Fort Bragg Haul Road
The old log Haul Road, along the northern bluffs of Fort Bragg, is now part of MacKerricher State Park, and can be easily accessed by turning west on Elm St. While the asphalt surface is uneven in places, the bluff trail provides a wonderful spot to watch the sunset, or to see pelicans cruising for some seafood. The Pudding Creek railroad trestle has recently been restored, and visitors can cross the historic span while children build sandcastles on the beach below. Another public access is on the other side of the trestle, and while the parking lot is uneven, the convenient route to the haul road may be desirable.
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