Aquatic Center & Parks

  1. CV Starr Community & Aquatic Center

    The CV Starr Community & Aquatic Center is operated by the Mendocino Coast Recreation & Parks District.

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  2. Harold O. Bainbridge Park

    The Wiggly Giggly Playground at Harold O. Bainbridge Park is located on Laurel Street between North Harrison and North Whipple Streets, across from the Fort Bragg Library. The park offers a children's playground, tennis courts, a basketball court, and shady picnic areas. The park is open 7 AM to 10 PM.

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  3. Otis Johnson Wilderness Park

    Otis R. Johnson Wilderness Park is located at the east end of Laurel Street, directly southeast of Fort Bragg Middle School. This 7-acre park offers shady walking trails and a close-up experience with nature. From May 1st through October 31st the park is open from 7 AM and closes at 8 PM and from November 1st through April 30th from 7 AM to 5 PM.

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  4. Pomo Bluffs Park

    Pomo Bluffs Park, which opened in April 2006, encompasses 25 acres of land on the southern bluffs above Noyo Bay. (From Highway 1, take Ocean View Drive to Cliff Way.) The park offers spectacular bluff-top views with outlook points and benches, coastal pedestrian and bike trails, as well as interpretive exhibits. The park opens at dawn and closes at dusk.

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  5. Glass Beach

    World-famous Glass Beach is located in Fort Bragg, and the beach is part of MacKerricher State Park.

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