Pomo Bluffs Park
Pomo Bluffs Park sits above the entrance to quaint Noyo Harbor, and provides guests with a birds-eye view of the fishing boats riding the swells in and out of the harbor. Locals have called it Chicken Point, as captains would use its location to determine whether the seas looked safe enough to venture out of the harbor's calm. The park has handicapped restrooms, picnic tables, and several asphalt paths landscaped with native plants. To its credit, the park also gives recognition to the land's original Pomo people. To find the park, turn west off Highway One at Ocean View Avenue, fairly close to the junction of Highway 20 and Highway 1.
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