Noyo Headlands Park reviews
Great place for a walk & picture taking. It happened to be clear that day & warm for January. A bit crowded but it was the weekend. more »
The views are stunning, the headlands hiking, or the biking, or strolling along the ocean are all just a must see. Goes now from the Glass Beach area in Fort Bragg north and south with paved paths... more »
I loved it. The air was amazing and the people were friendly. Everyone social distance and we had a blast. The water of course was cold and there many tide pools. Dog friendly. It is a 7 mile trail which you can walk off the path in many directions. Clean and beautiful landscape.
There were a lot of people but the area was so big you didn't have to be too close to anyone. There were a lot of sea critters out which was awesome to see. Squirrels and little birds were every where. It just was nice to see that much wildlife in one spot. Also the views were crazy awesome. You can sit one of the big rocks and watch the ocean.
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