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About Belinda Point Beach in Fort Bragg, California

Belinda Point Beach is a small beach in a pocket cove south of Fort Bragg. The Mendocino Land Trust organization has secured this scenic spot with help from the California Coastal Commission for public use and maintains the 0.6 mile long access trail. The trail follows a dirt and boardwalk path to the edge of the cove. From there you can take the trail to Belinda Point or descend a stairway to the narrow rocky beach. To reach the trailhead, turn off Highway 1 onto Ocean Drive just south of the Mendocino Botanical Gardens. Look for a trail opening in a fence next to a gated driveway at address 17410 Ocean Drive.

17410 Ocean Dr
Fort Bragg, CA 95437
Park Name
Mendocino Land Trust
Land Trust
Pet Details
Dogs allowed on leash
Free parking on road shoulder
Hiking, Fishing, Abalone Diving, Tidepooling
Trails, Tide Pools
Fort Bragg, US
2:14 pm, March 27, 2023
temperature icon 52°F
L: 39° H: 52°
Feels like 50.34 °F overcast clouds
Wind gusts: 5 m/s
UV Index: 0
Precipitation: 0.04 inch
Visibility: 10 km
Sunrise: 7:07 am
Sunset: 7:33 pm
Humidity 73 %
Pressure1020 mb
Wind 5 m/s

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