The Noyo Headlands Park covers 104 acres and includes access to 3.5 miles of spectacular California bluff top. The park includes a handicapped accessible multi-use trail which connects the Noyo River bridge on the south side of Fort Bragg all the way to the Pudding Creek Trestle on the north side of Fort Bragg.
The 6 mile trail is very popular with walkers, joggers and cyclists.
The trail includes 18 artists benches (each a unique testament to the local talent of area artists), numerous bird watching and ocean gazing spots, a passive recreation field and dog park at the southern end of the park and four restrooms are sprinkled along the length of the trial. There are two large parking lots which can be accessed from Elm Street on the north and Cypress Ave on the southern end of the park. Come enjoy this beautiful new addition to Fort Bragg.
Please, while enjoying this beautiful park, respect our natural environment and follow the rules posted to protect rare plants.