We’ve got lots of truly wonderful places to stay up here
…we are a tourist destination, you know.

Running the gamut from great camping and motels to B&Bs and full-bore luxury inns.

Here are just a few of our favorites.
Many are pet friendly.
Pretty much all of them have ocean views.

All are bike friendly.

Tell them that we sent you there.
It’s a small town. We all know each other.

CASPAR

Jughandle Creek Farm

As close to the trails as you can get and still be in the sun. Super affordable, with a Farmhouse, Cabins and Camping to choose from. Farmhouse has a full kitchen. This may be your MTB home away from home.

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Jughandle Creek Farm
MENDOCINO & LITTLE RIVER

Brewery Gulch Inn

Just on the side of Mendocino, close to mountain biking trails. One of the finest Inns on the California Coast that caters to your every need in a sophisticated yet understated manner.

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Brewery Gulch Inn

Stanford Inn

On Big River, easy access to mountain biking trails by bike; with restaurant, Catch a Canoe & Bicycles, Too bike shop. Vegan and vegetarian meals at their Ravens Restaurant coupled with a truly friendly & helpful bike shop, what more could you ask for?

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Stanford Inn

Little River Inn

On Little River, with golf course, restaurant, kayaking nearby. Make sure you order up a batch of their yummy pancakes. Chef Marc Dym was a regular mountain biker until he and his wife Cally made their latest addition, a bouncing baby boy Max (great name for a downhiller). Now we just beg him to get out with us.

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Little River Inn
FORT BRAGG

Weller House Inn

Downtown Fort Bragg, one block north of the Skunk Train. 20 minute drive to mountain bike trails. Walking distance to restaurants & shops. The Innkeeper is an avid tango dancer, offering lessons and even Tango Weekends, making the Weller House Inn one of California’s premier tango destinations.

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Weller House Inn

Beachcomber Motel

Right on the Fort Bragg Haul Road. 20 minute drive to mountain bike trails, but the Haul Road is a great way to bike into town. With outside BBQ decks, you can grill your post-ride protein while still in your gear.

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Beachcomber Motel

Atrium Bed & Breakfast

Downtown Fort Bragg. 20 minute drive to mountain bike trails. Walking distance to restaurants & shops, but with their concierge and delivered papers, you might not want to leave.

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Atrium Bed & Breakfast
WESTPORT

Westport Inn

Westport is way the heck up there, but it’s so worth the drive. Beautiful view, peaceful quiet town, the penultimate remote NorCal coastal logging town.

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Westport Inn
CAMPING ~ Fort Bragg

MacKerricher State Park

20 minute drive to mountain bike trails, but on the Haul Road, which is a great way to bike into town.

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MacKerricher State Park
CAMPING ~ Mendocino & Little River

Van Damme State Park

Easy access to trails by bike. Abalone diving right outside the campground, and right next to the Little River Inn. 5 minute drive to the Town of Mendocino for great eats.

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Van Damme State Park

Russian Gulch State Park

Easy access to mountain bike trails by bike. Gorgeous hiking trails, abalone diving nearby. 2 minute drive to the Town of Mendocino for great eats. 10 minute bike ride south of the Caspar Community Center, the home base of our Fest.

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Russian Gulch State Park

The Woodlands

If you’re coming in a really big group, try the historic Woodlands in JDSF, cabins right in the middle of the redwoods and some of our absolute favorite mountain bike trails. The cabins even have fireplaces to keep you toasty after a long ride.

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The Woodlands
VACATION RENTALS ~ all over the coast

Mendocino Coast Reservations

Stay in some of the most spectacular homes on the coast. Choose to teeter over the edge of a bluff, or nestle in the woods. Either way, the sky’s the limit with these places.

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Mendocino Coast Reservations

If you’re looking for more than what we’re showing,

check out our buddies at VisitMendo,

Fort Bragg.com and Mendocino.com

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