Pomo Bluffs Park offers spectacular views from the southern bluffs above Noyo Harbor. This 25-acre park offers outlook points and benches, coastal pedestrian and bike trails, and interpretive exhibits. From Hwy 1 take Ocean View Drive to Cliff Way to get there. Open dawn to dusk.
Otis R. Johnson Wilderness Park is located at the east end of Laurel St., southeast of Fort Bragg Middle School. This 7-acre park offers shady walking trails and a close-up experience with nature. Charming wooden footbridges cross a stream that has undergone extensive aquatic restoration. Open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. May through October and 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. November through April.
Harold O. Bainbridge Park is designed for the whole family to enjoy. The park offers tennis courts, a basketball court, and open space to play or spread a blanket and enjoy an afternoon picnic. Its Wiggly Giggly Playground is located on Laurel St., between N. Harrison and N. Whipple Sts., across from the Fort Bragg Library. It offers swing sets, slides and equipment of all shapes and sizes to climb, hide in, run around and hang from. The park is open 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
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