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Some of the most pristine nature reserves, and the best food, and the most relaxing world-class lodging is right here in Mendocino County



North Coast

From Elk to Cleone along the beautiful north coast you will find the town of Mendocino, a quaint village big name and reputation.  State parks, hiking trails, ocean kayaking and canoes, cycling, art galleries, diving, Glass Beach and sea stacks.  Don't know about sea stacks?  Well, come and find out.  We'd love to have you.

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Inland Corridor

The head of the Russian River where wine grapes are grown, with historic towns, beautiful scenery, winding roads, great food, the county seat and all that it has to offer, lakes, rolling hills, wonderful accommodations, a really nice regional airport, and redwoods.  There's a Buddhist enclave with an amazing restaurant, many locations with brick oven pizzas, breweries, wonderful museums, and so much more. Mendocino county is as diverse as one can imagine.  Stay for a day or two inland and find all the surprises and treats it offers.

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South Coast

Manchester, Point Arena's light House, the famous Stornetta Lands, Gualala, art galleries,. a historic movie theater.  There is much to discover along Mendocino's famous south coast.  Winding roads, organic dairy farms, an African hoof-stock preserve, a lighthouse with unparalleled views and a a rich history.  What are you waiting for?

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Anderson Valley

Mendocino County's not so well kept secret.  The word is out.  Philo is booming with cool things to see, do, eat, and imbibe.  Boonville's rich history and casually cool accommodations and dining are worth the stop along the way to the coast.  Hendy Woods state park is an easily accessed grove of ancient redwoods, and the area's wine is world class.  Pinots and Alsace wines get lots of press, but the selections of sparkling wine are superb, as are the offerings of all of the 50 or so wineries along Highway 128.  So much to explore.  You'll need a few days.  Come see for yourself.  It's all right here.

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