MacKerricher State Park

Đánh giá MacKerricher State Park, Fort Bragg

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Beary_Nice-Kins
Citrus Heights, CA210 đóng góp
thg 10 năm 2021 • Cặp đôi
We visited the MacKerricher Beach located by the parking lot. We wanted a beach that didn't require much walking to get close to was water.. Access to the beach was several easily navigated steps and a very short sandy trail, maybe 20 feet at most. The descent was not very steep so it wasn't hard to walk down. It isn't a path that would be considered ADA compliant but it was easy for our limping dog to actually be on the beach. The slope of sand by the water was very steep though and the waves looked pretty dangerous but it's still nice to sit at the beach to see and hear the beautiful ocean.
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william w
Escondido, CA98 đóng góp
thg 9 năm 2021
What can you say about the beautiful Pacific Ocean? Enjoyed walking the beach and seeing those majestic rocks standing so tall out of the water.
Đã viết vào 12 tháng 9, 2021
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mariagloria
Houston, TX148 đóng góp
thg 6 năm 2021
We visited a number of state parks in Mendocino County and this was by far our favorite! Day entry was free and it was easy to find parking. The park features a long boardwalk trail that goes through a meadow and forest with views of the Pacific. It was very easy to walk on and there were a number of vista points along the way. The park was very clean and had a fair number of visitors midweek. Beautiful scenery!
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Mary V
McKinleyville, CA773 đóng góp
thg 6 năm 2021
We parked at day use and walked the long beach trails - a gorgeous day and beautiful beaches. The park is clean and well-maintained. I imagine this would be a wonderful place to camp as well.
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SeeTheW0rld62
Sunnyvale, CA1.320 đóng góp
thg 5 năm 2021 • Cặp đôi
We enjoyed this area. It's late spring but there were some wildflowers in bloom. We walked over the trestle bridge and the view was great! It was a bit warmer here because it wasn't as windy and we actually saw the sun for a few minutes!
Đã viết vào 29 tháng 5, 2021
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db7477
Carlsbad, CA2.368 đóng góp
thg 5 năm 2021 • Cặp đôi
This is a lovely pet friendly park just north of town. It’s a great spot to walk the beach and explore but layer up and bring a warm jacket with a hood. It can be windy and the ocean breeze is quite cold. There’s lots of ground squirrels and other critters. A bear sighting was reported May 12.
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FresnoTravelers
Fresno, CA389 đóng góp
thg 5 năm 2021
We went to MacKerricher park on our last night for sunset! So many different vistas to see in this park!!! There are excellent raised wooden trails throughout, with sitting areas at the beach areas so people don't trample the grasses. The rocky coast is beautiful! The sunset awesome!!
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David T
Grass Valley, CA285 đóng góp
thg 10 năm 2020
I work for State Parks and am partial to seeing many of the parks we have in the system. I remind people the walking trails especially along boardwalks are for enjoying the scenery without doing damage to the surroundings. STAY ON THE BOARDWALK, and do not jump off to get a quick Pix. Be aware hundreds of people doing this ruin the environment for our future.
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Jennifer Z
San Francisco, CA17 đóng góp
thg 9 năm 2020
This review is about the Surfwood campsite experience, for families.
We booked site 124, which is on a small loop. These loop sites (121,122,123 and 124) are excellent for families with young kids who want to scoot and bike around. They are spaced away from each other. There is a path from this loop towards the beach, a mere 5 minute walk away. You can see the ocean from all the sites.

124 has the best shade, as it includes a large grove of trees (good for hammocks). The ground is a little lumpy, but not noticeable with sleeping pads.

123 is probably the best site in the loop, having some shade, and the shrubbery creates a cozy, enclosed nook, with trail access to the lake straight out of the campsite. No-one's trekking through to access the lake; it's a private path. Good site if you're bringing a kayak. A grove of trees behind the site provides a play area for kids.

122 and 121 have less shade but are just fine. The spigot is at 122.

This was perhaps the LEAST buggy of my camp experiences, despite lake proximity. No-one received any mosquito bites! There were a few yellowjackets; just a mere rare nuisance. No raccoons nor squirrels. The ocean was loud at night. The night sky was amazing.

Bathrooms were very clean, spacious and airy. The shower is quarter operated, $1 worth of quarters buying you 5 minutes. There are longer increments for more quarters. The water temperature was at least warm-ish, ranging to hot.

The lake has a marshy border, with lots of plants between the path and the water. There is a path that goes alongside the lake by Surfwood camp, but it is quite overgrown. There are fish in the lake, and one can go fishing with permits and a kayak. Not possible to fish from the shore due to shrubbery. Lots of blackberries here! Kids had the best time picking them.

Quick walk to the beach. This beach is NOT good for swimming. The surf is rough. Experienced, wet-suited swimmers only. However it's perfectly fine for sitting upon. The sand is grainy, like tiny pebbles. Not the kind of tiny sand that gets into every nook and cranny. The nature area boardwalk is also close to the beach. The boardwalk is lovely and scenic, with access to tide pools.

FANTASTIC tide pooling! Even at +1ft low tide, there was a lot to be found. Bring your high rubber boots or water shoes. Get out far enough and you'll find huge green anemones, bat sea stars, ochre sea stars, crabs, sculpins, abalone shells, and even gumboot chiton! Tide pooling was the highlight of my visit.

No complaints. Surf wood campsite is a clean, safe and fun place to enjoy the outdoors in times of Covid and non-Covid.
Đã viết vào 8 tháng 9, 2020
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Martysfo
San Rafael, CA647 đóng góp
thg 8 năm 2020 • Cặp đôi
This coast is spectacular, and the fog just added a mysterious layer to the experience. The hike along the cliffs is easy, and the views are spectacular.
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