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  • Point Cabrillo Light Station

    The Point Cabrillo Lightstation a California State Historic Park, includes the historic 1909 Light Station (30.5 acres), and approximately 270 acres of undeveloped coastal bluffs and prairie. The property was purchased and preserved from development in 1992 by the California State Coastal Conservancy and managed by a non-profit affiliate, the Read more [...]

  • Garcia River Casino

    At the Garcia River Casino we have the latest and greatest in new and progressive slots, plus a wide selection of old favorites. Slot players can choose their favorite gaming machine. Choose from our reels, video, keno, and video poker machines. Whether it’s penny, quarters, dollars, we have the right Read more [...]

  • Point Arena Lighthouse

    The first Point Arena Lighthouse was constructed in 1870. Its brick and mortar tower featured ornate iron balcony supports and a large Keeper residence with enough space to house several families. In April of 1906, a devastating earthquake struck the tower. Damage from the trembler occurred all along the San Read more [...]

  • Ross Ranch

    Go for a private horseback ride on spectacular California’s Manchester Beach. Miles of unspoiled sand and surf. Rocks, driftwood, creeks, birds and seastacks dot this vast expanse of beach or take a private guided horseback ride through a beautiful mountain redwood forest in the inland coastal mountains of Elk, California..

  • 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 [...]

  • Grace Hudson Museum and Sun House

    The Grace Hudson Museum and Sun House in Ukiah, California, is an art, history and anthropology museum focusing on the lifeworks of artist Grace Carpenter Hudson (1865-1937) and her ethnologist husband, Dr. John W. Hudson (1857-1936). Changing interdisciplinary exhibitions and public programs feature Western American art, California Indian cultures, histories Read more [...]