One again, thanks to a City of Fort Bragg grant of $5,000, the show will go on. This year it takes place Saturday, July 2, around 9 p.m. (just after dark) at the mouth of Noyo Harbor. There are good views near Todd Point (parking at Todd Point is $5 with funds to support next year’s show) and on the Noyo Bridge.
I’ve seen the show when fireworks are exploding overhead and from a neighborhood 6 miles south. From any vantage point, the fireworks show in Fort Bragg is a Fourth of July must. For a place to stay, check our lodging page.
But here’s another reason to visit: the 40th Annual World’s Largest Salmon BBQ, July 2, 11:00 am to 6:00 pm in Noyo Harbor, Fort Bragg. Tickets are $25 at the door or $20 at Harvest Market.
And there’s more:
The Salmon Film Festival is held in conjunction with the salmon barbecue, which a major fundraising event held by the Salmon Restoration Association to support local salmon education and conservation programs.