Fort Bragg Coastal Trail – Southern Section

Fort Bragg Coastal Trail – Southern Section

Noyo Headlands Park sign

Open to the public for the first time in over a century, the new coastal trails in Fort Bragg have been years in the making. Featuring five miles of multi-use trail, ocean views, habitat restoration and benches crafted by local artists, this new park is now fully open to the public.

The Southern Coastal Trail can be accessed on the west side of Cypress Street. The Northern Coastal Trail can be accessed on the west side of Elm Street adjacent to Glass Beach at the Noyo Headlands Park. The entire length of the Trail is open to the public!

You can walk/ride all the way from the Noyo Bridge to the Pudding Creek bridge. There is parking at both Cypress Street on the south end and Elm Street from the north.

The trail is open from dawn until dusk. Leashed dogs are welcome on both the Northern and Southern sections of the trail.

Dog policies and amenities often change season to season, so be sure to call for the latest updates.

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