Lots to Bragg about

Glass Beach
Glass Beach. Photo by Wikimedia.

What can you say about a town that has its own dog park mayor, an ice cream parlor that provides free licks for Fido, and a 47-acre botanical garden known for its rhododendrons and dahlias, that not only welcomes dogs, but loans out mobility scooters to the physically impaired?

“We’re all dog-crazy here, and our weather is perfect for dogs year-round,” says Johanna Jensen, co-founder of the Mendocino Coast Dog Owners Group (otherwise known as McDog), which helped put attractions such as cherished, leash-free Noyo Beach and the stunning Pudding Creek Trestle on dog-lover maps. It’s safe to say that every Fort Bragg restaurant with outdoor tables welcomes dogs and their people, as do the canine-centric Beachcomber Motel  and more than a dozen other dog-friendly places to stay.

Posted on: June 29, 2022

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