Read the tide charts to determine tides for Abalone diving and other water sports.
Visit our friends at California Department of Fish and Wildlife for Current Fishing Information:
CA Dept. of Fish and Game
Liquid Fusion Kayaking – Fort Bragg, CA 95437 (707) 962-1623
Noyo Fishing Center Excursions from Fishing to Whale Watching – N. Harbor Dr., Fort Bragg, CA 707-964-3000
Adventures Unlimited Whale Watching Tours, fishing excursions – 32450 N. Harbor Dr., Fort Bragg, CA 707-964-3316
All Aboard Adventures Fishing – Salmon, Rock Cod, crabbing and Albacore – 707-964-1881
Fishing Vessel Tara Dawn, Inc. Commercial fishing vesse – 22560 N. Hwy 1 Fort Bragg, CA 707-964-4665
Anchor Charter Boats Whale watching, sport fishing, salmon, crab, tuna, rock cod. -230 Azalea, Fort Bragg, CA 707-961-0843
Rumblefish – Fishing and whale watching trips daily -32440 N. Harbor Drive (Noyo Harbor), Fort Bragg, CA 707-964-3000
Telstar Charters Tours & fishing charters – 707-964-8770
Gone Surfing Surf, skate, and lifestyle shop – 330 N. Franklin St., Fort Bragg, CA 95437 (707) 961-0889
North Pacific Designs – Surfboards built to perform in all conditions – 1250 N Main St., Fort Bragg, CA 95437 (707) 961-0314
Dive Crazy Adventures At Schooner’s Landing on the Albion River – (707) 937-3079
Sub-Surface Progression – Sales and Rentals – Diving and Aquitic Equipment – 18600 Highway #1, Fort Bragg CA (707) 964-3793
Lost Coast Kayaking – Sea Cave Tours, Van Damme State Park – 8211 N. Hwy. 1, Little River (707) 937-2434
Kayak, canoe and gear rentals. – 32450 North Harbor Drive, Fort Bragg, CA (707) 961-0559
Catch-A-Canoe & Bicycles, Kayaks – Rentals – 44850 Comptche Ukiah Rd., Mendocino CA (707) 937-0273
Force 10 Ocean Whitewater Tours – Kayaking and water sports – S. Hwy One, Elk (707) 877-3505
With the Pacific Ocean as its “backyard,” The Beachcomber Motel offers dramatic views from every room. The ocean is always just a few steps from your door — close to home and a world away from the ordinary!
Among this area’s most beautiful attractions are its many breathtaking beaches, drawing visitors form all parts of the globe. Located on the scenic Mendocino coast, surrounded by beautiful beaches on the Pacific Ocean, Fort Bragg offers a unique blend of natural resources, recreation, and scenery.
While many beaches offer more secluded serenity, others can be seen full of outdoor-lovers on beautiful coastal day- beachcombers & tidepoolers, photographers & joggers share the scenery with surfers, kayakers, abalone divers & fishermen.
Our coastal beaches offer a wide variety of leisure activity for all, as well as world-class ocean sports for the more hardy of heart.
Among the many other sights, you will see horseback riding at Pudding Creek, MacKerricher State Park, Ten Mile Beach, Mendocino Headlands State Park and many other locations along the Mendocino Coast. For horseback trail rides and information, visit our Horseback Riding page.
Late on any coastal evening, you will see the distant glow of beach campfires sprinkled along the coast while groups of families and friends share a rustic barbecue and stories by the open sea. And in the background is the gentle sound of waves caressing the beach and the rocky-lined shore.
Mendocino Coast Beaches:
The Beachcomber Motel “Where The Ocean Is Our Backyard”
MacKerricher State Park
Russian Gulch State Park
Jug Handle State Reserve
Caspar Headlands State Reserve
Caspar Headlands State Beach
Mendocino Headlands State Park
Navarro River Redwoods State Park
…or just drive along the coast and watch for the “Beach Access” signs!