Navarro Point Preserve and Coastal Trail
This 56-acre Preserve, with its stunning wildflowers and a 1.2-mile long coastal trail, are managed by the Mendocino Land Trust (MLT). Navarro Point offers spectacular views of the central Mendocino Coast. There are rare plants in many locations on this property, and the bluffs are very steep, so for your safety, please stay on the trail. There is parking here, but no rest rooms or trash receptacles. We ask that you pack out everything you pack in.
There is an unusual bench near the southwest corner of this property, dedicated to the memory of longtime California Coastal Commission employee Deborah Bove, who did much in her short life to help conserve the California Coast. MLT hosts monthly volunteer Navarro Point workdays; please contact us if you would like to help out.
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Navarro Point, a “gateway to the Mendocino Coast,” is about 0.5 miles north of the intersection of Highways 1 and 128.
Trail Latitude (X): 39.199
Trail Longitude (Y): -123.767
Mapping: View vicinity on Google Maps (see Trail Map above or Trail Data Sheet PDF under the Information tab for a more precise map)
Highway One Mile Marker (north end): 42
Highway One Mile Marker (south end): 41.79
Trail Length: 1.2 miles