The Skunk Train once hauled logs to the mill in the 1800's, now the California Western Railroad operates diesel and steam passenger trains between Willits and Fort Bragg. The trains make full and half-day trips daily.
Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens is the only public garden in the U.S. directly on the coast. Explore 47 acres of manicured formal gardens, dense pine forest, diverse plant collections, and flower-filled coastal bluffs. Open Daily, 18220 North Highway One - Fort Bragg, (707) 964-4352
The Guest House Museum is a three-story Victorian which houses historical displays, steam donkeys and railroad locomotives. The Fort Building is the only remaining structure of the 1857-1864 military post. 430 N. Franklin St Guest House open seasonally, Fort Building open all year, Free
Fort Bragg Center for the Arts is located in "The White House" on Franklin Street and features local artists' displays and craft workshops. 707-964-0807
Ten Mile Coastal Trail, in MacKerricher State Park is actually a seven mile trail through some of the area's most interesting scenic lands. The trail starts north of Fort Bragg at the park entrance and follows a mostly paved old logging road to the Seal Watching Station and Ten Mile Beach and Dunes.
MacKerricher State Park - great campsite, 3 miles north of Fort Bragg, 142 sites, facilities, dump station, near the ocean and Lake Cleone, lots of short hikes $16
Seaside Creek Beach is between Fort Bragg and Westport and a great hiking spot with plenty of seclusion. Free parking.