Coastal Trail Guide

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MacKerricher State Park Trails

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MacKerricher State Park offers diverse coastal trail opportunities, including one of the most extensive sand dune ecosystems on the Mendocino Coast, a partially paved haul road for bikers, baby strollers, runners, equestrians, and hikers, and sandy beaches and hiking trails that extend for miles, as well as a campground with a boardwalk to Laguna Point and around Lake Cleone. To the south are Glass Beach, the Pudding Creek Trestle, and the Noyo Headlands in the City of Fort Bragg, and to the north is Seaside Beach, which is managed by the Mendocino Land Trust.  

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MacKerricher Coastal Trail trail map

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Trail Latitude (X): 39.458

Trail Longitude (Y): -123.808

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): 64.8

Highway One Mile Marker (south end): 62

Trail Length: 4.75 miles