Surf and Sand Lodge

Address: 1131 N. Main St., Fort Bragg, California, 95437, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 1131 N. Main St., Fort Bragg, is near Glass Beach, Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens, MacKerricher State Park, and Ricochet Ridge Ranch.
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      Travel Blogs from Fort Bragg

      Leaving the slum, then to Caspar (camping)

      A travel blog entry by philandalice on Feb 01, 2015

      26 photos

      I've never been so happy to leave a hotel. This place was a DUMP.

      We stopped by Point Reyes national park for some (more) good views, but mostly just enjoyed the scenery along route 1.

      The dogs are doing well, as is the camper. We're happy Caspar is getting the help he needs, but sad to see him go.

      We found a neat campsite with a beautiful ocean view (Caspar beach rv park), and settled for the night. Campfire w/ BBQ and beer. Life is good.
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      Next stop Fort Bragg

      A travel blog entry by tomanderson on May 09, 2014

      2 comments, 7 photos

      Hurrah!!! The sun is back. Woke up this morning to blue skies. So, because we saw nothing yesterday but we knew there was some lovely scenery, we back tracked some 18 miles and were not disappointed. We were also intrigued with our hotel in Jenner. There is no steel apparent in its construction. Its seems to be constructed entirely of timber. ...

      Exploring Northern California

      A travel blog entry by mcmactravels on Jan 08, 2014

      24 photos

      ... have lice--sea bugs that look like beetles

    • They were on the
      endangered species watch list, but now their population is very healthy
      at 23,000. Actually, there are two groups in the Pacific, and the
      eastern Pacific "herd" is doing great, the western Pacific group that
      winters in the waters near Korea is very small--only about 200 left.
    • The whales do most of their eating during the summer in the northern waters, and just ...

    • White knuckles and sunny beaches

      A travel blog entry by hawkinsw on Nov 10, 2013

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... hour surely did not improve our chances of spying this mysterious eel.

      But a glorious morning was had by all. (Check back if you like more wet dog pictures, they are on the other camera.)

      Packing up a dry tent is so much better than trying to pack it wet. We got out of Burlington campground mid-day and headed south toward Ft. Bragg. We took the streamlined version of ...

      On the Road Again

      A travel blog entry by dianne39 on Jul 29, 2013

      ... There was ************e on the highway and it truly was a beautiful and peaceful drive. When we arrived at the hotel, which is just off the Pacific Coast Highway, we were a little confused as it looked very very tiny (booked the hotel last night through Expedia and read some reviews on TripAdvisor that were really good and then really bad so we weren't really sure what we were getting into), however after checking in, the hotel staff was really nice ...