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Thanks to local photographers, Fort Bragg had 10 beautiful photo to hang on Downtown light poles featuring our town\'s \"beauty spots.\"
Ten Mile Beach is at the north end of MacKerricher State Park, and south of where Ten Mile River enters the Pacific Ocean.
This state historical park has a lighthouse with a third-order Fresnel lens that has been in use since its restoration in 1999. At the north end of the park, you\'ll find Frolic Cove -- site of the 1850 shipwreck that led to the first influx of settlers on the Mendocino Coast. Photos by Bruce Lewis, one of the lightkeepers at Point Cabrillo.
C.V. Starr Center offers cardio fitness classes, weight machines, adult swimming and an aquatic center with lazy river, slides and more for families. Outside is a dog park, petanque court and skateboard park -- something for all ages.
Virgin Creek Beach has lovely views of the coastline and the Pacific Ocean.
Fort Bragg is a gateway to the 1,100 miles of the California Coastal National Monument, promoting the enjoyment and preservation of the 20,000 rocks and island that provide habitat for birds, seals and sea lions and hundreds of marine animals that live near the ocean\'s edge.
A series of coastal images by Susan Larsen from The Restaurant. Pictures range from Glass Beach to Pudding Creek and points north.
Views of Downtown Fort Bragg, California.
Fort Bragg, California lots of buildings to brag about, dating back to the city's founding in 1857.