Greenwood State Beach

Greenwood State Beach


Location:15 miles north of Point Arena on Highway 1, along the Mendocino County coast.
Facilities:Visitor center, exhibits, restrooms, picnic area, beach access, hiking trails.
Activities:Fishing, hiking.
Special Features:Once the site of a redwood lumber mill, a 75-year-old mill office building serves as visitor center and museum, interpreting the history of Greenwood as a lumber town in the late 1800s through the early 1900s.
Address:c/o Mendocino District Office
PO Box 440
Mendocino, CA 95460

Phone:707-937-5804
Web: www.parks.ca.gov/default.asp?page_id=447
Size: 47 acres.

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There's a handful of B&Bs like the Elk Cove Inn scattered atop the bluffs, a gloriously unpopulated salt-and-pepper spit of sand at Greenwood State Beach, and hardly any cell service.
SEASIDE EXPOSURE: It's a short walk down to a wind-sheltered cove and Greenwood State Beach.
NEARBY TREAT: Greenwood State Beach (707/937-5804) has shore access and picnic tables.