A Rockin’ Good Time in Fort Bragg

Yes, you can listen to rock groups (check out KOZT or KUNK) here in Fort Bragg; even meet rock stars like Gene Parsons (the Byrds, Flying Burrito Brothers), who live in the area. But there a few places where you can find better views of the California Coastal National Monument (CCNM), which consists of more than […]
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Rock formation a half mile south of Laguna Point in MacKerricher State Park

Yes, you can listen to rock groups (check out KOZT or KUNK) here in Fort Bragg; even meet rock stars like Gene Parsons (the Byrds, Flying Burrito Brothers), who live in the area. But there a few places where you can find better views of the California Coastal National Monument (CCNM), which consists of more than 20,000 rocks and small islands located off the 1,100 miles of the California coastline. Fort Bragg officially was named part of the Mendocino-Fort Bragg Gateway to the CCNM in 2011.

One of our favorite rock shots is a cluster (pictured here) visible from the Haul Road, about a quarter mile south of the parking lot at Laguna Point in MacKerricher State Park.  It beautiful; ever-changing: perfect for photographers and lookers.

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