Glass Beach Sea Stacks Will Make Your Forget All About Sea Glass

The churning ocean has turned 100 years of trash into beautiful sea glass on three of our local beaches. Although each of our glass beaches hold shiny treasures that were once colorful bottles or other waste, it is the pristine, cleaned up beach at MacKerricher State Park (parking at the end of Glass Beach Street) […]
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The churning ocean has turned 100 years of trash into beautiful sea glass on three of our local beaches.

Although each of our glass beaches hold shiny treasures that were once colorful bottles or other waste, it is the pristine, cleaned up beach at MacKerricher State Park (parking at the end of Glass Beach Street) most people visit.

First-time Glass Beach visitors enjoy the novelty, while others come in search of the elusive ruby red glass (made from pre-60’s car taillights), which make up only one in 10,000 pieces.

Glass Beach is also a great place to see sea stack rock formations that give our Coast depth and visual substance. They are also home to a wide variety of seabirds. To learn more about the important of our coastal rocks, click here to learn about the Fort Bragg-Mendocino Gateway to the California Coastal National Monument.

 

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