All What To Do in Fort Bragg

  • Skunk Train

    Come ride the SKUNK in its natural habitat. Forty miles of skunk line run through majestic Redwood forests, scenic mountain meadows, and over 30 trestles bridging the pristine mountain waters of Northern California. Celebrating 129 years of service! Located in Northern California’s Mendocino County there is a skunk running through Read more [...]

  • Little Cup Ceramics

    At Little Cup Handmade Ceramics, artist Sabine Brunner offers classes for adults and children. Kids Clay Time (age 3-16): Thursdays 4-5pm. Learn to cut, roll, pinch and shape wet clay. Then turn your creations into colorful pieces of art through color and glaze. Adult Clay Time: Tuesdays 6-8pm. Make mugs Read more [...]

  • C.V. Starr Community Center

    Enjoy Healthy Fun All Year Long at Fort Bragg’s CV Starr Center. The City of Fort Bragg and the Mendocino Coast Recreation and Park District partnered together in July 2012 to re-open the C.V. Starr Community Center. This facility will soon become your favorite thing to do while visiting the Read more [...]

  • Ricochet Ridge Ranch

    Ricochet Ridge Ranch offers daily group and private trail rides on Ten Mile Beach, beginning at 10:00am, Noon, 2:00pm, and 4:00pm. Rides are by appointment and depart from our ranch across from Mackerricher State Park in Cleone, California, two miles north of Fort Bragg. Riders ages six years old and Read more [...]

  • Symphony of the Redwoods

    Symphony of the Redwoods. Under the inspired musical leadership of Conductor Allan Pollack, Symphony of the Redwoods has evolved from a small community orchestra into the outstanding orchestra it is today, attracting fabulous musicians and world-class soloists. Pollack’s commitment to excellence has energized musicians and audiences alike, and for over Read more [...]