Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens
Another North Coast treasure is the forty-seven acre Botanical Gardens, located between the towns of Mendocino and Fort Bragg. Meandering, mostly flat trails wander through this natural gem, containing sections of heath and heather, heritage roses, and dozens of other plants that thrive in the mellow Mediterranean climate. This gem could easily consume the major portion of a day, exploring its artfully landscaped nooks and crannies provide visitors with solitude, astonishment, and creative ideas for home gardens. After a gradual half-mile journey through the gardens and woods, guests experience ocean panoramas from the bluff-top viewpoints. Free Lark scooters are often available, and while picnics are encouraged, consider a light lunch or ice cream at the adjoining Cowlicks. Restrooms are also available.
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