State Parks

Mendocino County boasts more than a dozen state parks and protected areas, encompassing awe-inspiring redwoods, hidden lakes, winding rivers, and marine sanctuaries.

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State Parks

Admiral Standley State Recreation Area
Forty-five Redwood-covered acres situated on the south fork of the Eel River. Ideal spot for hiking and picnicking.
707.247.3318
Branscomb Rd. (14 miles west of Laytonville)
Branscomb
95417
Redwood Corridor
Caspar Headlands  State Reserve and State Beach
Beach and headlands walks located just south of Fort Bragg in the hamlet of Caspar.
707.937.5804
Headlands Drive
Caspar
95420
The Coast
Glass Beach
Glass Beach is actually three beaches covered with tiny pieces of glass, weathered by time and tides! Originally the town dump, Glass Beach is now one of Fort Bragg's major tourist attractions.
Elm St & Old Haul Rd.
Fort Bragg
95437
The Coast
Greenwood State Beach
Low-key driftwood beach with fantastic ocean views.
707.937.5804
6100 S. Highway 1
Elk
95432
The Coast
Hendy Woods State Park
Hendy Woods State Park is a state park is located in the Anderson Valley along the Navarro River. It is known for its old-growth coast redwoods, and also provides camping facilities, cabins and showers.
707.895.3537
18599 Philo Greenwood Road
Philo
95466
Yes
Anderson Valley