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About Fort Bragg

fort-bragg, CA The RV parks in Fort Bragg, California are scattered up and down the coast, with a few nestled inland along Route 20 and further south in Russian Gulch State Park. Originally a military garrison that predates the Civil War, Fort Bragg, CA, later became a lumber town, and tourism is the primary economic staple today. And that’s easy to understand why, since this edge of north central California is where hundreds choose to take their RV resort vacation each summer. Glass Beach was created when residents kept throwing their garbage over the cliff above, and over the years the glass has been worn smooth. The area is also home to diverse tidepools, kayak and canoe excursions, and both inland and ocean fishing. If you’re looking for a good time around Fort Bragg, fret not, as there’s something for everyone. Check out the Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens, Noyo Harbor, Point Cabrillo Light, MacKerricher State Park, or ride the Skunk Train! Time permitting, visitors should also find their way to The Company Store building at Redwood and Main Street in downtown Fort Bragg, and to the Pudding Creek Trestle Bridge.