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The weather in Fort Bragg
The above is a climate diagram for Fort Bragg. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 93° Conversely, January is the coolest month in Fort Bragg, with temperatures going under 35° It may rain 14 days in March while it typically rains only 1 days in July.
Explore scenic Fort Bragg with the comfort of a vacation rental
Located on California's more rugged north coast, Fort Bragg offers an attractive stretch of coastline, peppered with botanical gardens, unique beaches and wonderful artistic creations. Comfortable vacation homes found here, including rustic-style lodges, airy condos and oceanfront houses, are the ideal bases from which to discover this picturesque coastal city facing the Pacific Ocean.
Art and the environment in Fort Bragg
Visit the studio of Erica Fielder, whose ethereal watercolor paintings illustrate environmental issues. An ideal combination with Glass Beach and the Sea Glass Museum, the gallery showcases vibrant work by Fielder that communicates the principles of environmentalism in an engaging and heartfelt way.
Another local gem is the Northcoast Artists Gallery, run by a collective of local artists. Founded in 1986, this gallery gives the resident artists the opportunity to present their work within a welcoming, shared space. In return, visitors have the chance to engage with the local art scene, and meet the friendly artists themselves.
Beyond the sights and attractions of central Fort Bragg, you can find immaculate parks and beaches. Noyo Headlands Park is one such spot. White spray surges up these headlands, which was a mill site for more than a century. Expect breathtaking and dramatic views.
Pudding Creek Beach offers a striking contrast to Glass Beach, having sugar soft, pale sand perfect for picnicking and water sports. Surfers will be especially pleased with the great waves.
The best sights
This beach like no other is bejeweled with brightly colored glass and pottery fragments, worn smooth by the ocean waves over the past hundred years, as mother nature has reclaimed what was once a dumping site.
Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens
Bright butterflies flit between giant rhododendron plants in this peaceful seaside garden. Founded in 1961 by Ernest and Betty Schoefer, the garden capitalises on quality soil and the coastal climate with expertly selected plants.
MacKerricher State Park
Seals can be seen hanging out in the park's coastal area, while more than 90 varieties of bird can be spotted here too. The wetland areas and a tidal lagoon are similarly popular with local wildlife. Visit this scenic State Park for hiking, bike riding and even whale watching excursions.
Fort Bragg Coastal Trail
Stunning ocean views will rouse your spirits as you follow this well-marked 2.5 mile coastal path, built on industrial land that has been restored to it natural splendor. Catch your breath and admire the wildlife from one of the 14 benches designed by local artists.
Sea Glass Museum
Over three thousand gleaming pieces of glass, altered by the ocean waves, sparkle from display cabinets in this collection, which is the world's largest of its kind. You can even purchase jewelry made by local artists using these unusual and alluring objects.
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