Mendocino County travel and visitor guide with hotel and vacation information for Anderson Valley, Broodtrails, Casper, Covelo, Elk, Fort Bragg, Gualala, Ukiah and Willits. Always find the best competitive rates, up to date availability and many seasonal specials not found on other sites.
Northern California attractions include the world famous Napa, Sonoma, Mendocino and Russian River wine regions. Explore the Redwood National Park, Mount Shasta, California Gold Country, Lake Tahoe, Yosemite National Park and the Eastern Sierra mountains.
The Mendocino Coast is a rich environment with many local communities - Mendocino, Little River, Caspar, Comptche, Albion, Fort Bragg, Boonville, Navarro, Anderson Valley, Philo, Elk, Gualala, Westport, Cleone and more. When traveling to the area, the best strategy is to wear layered clothing and be prepared for a range of temperatures. Temperatures generally change dramatically within just a few miles. So even when it's 100¼ inland, be sure and bring long pants and a jacket when traveling to the coast.
Mendocino County Fast Facts From US Census:
Population (Estimate 2003): 88,358
Land Area: 3,509 Square Miles
Persons Per Square Mile: 24.6
Mendocino County Housing Units (2002): 37,473
Homeowner Rate (2000): 61.3%
Medium Price Home (2000): $170,200
Nearest Major Airports: San Francisco and Oakland International airports.
Visit Mendocino County official web site for local government and relocation information.
Visit Mendocino County Chamber for visitor and recreation information or find links below for Anderson Valley, Broodtrails, Casper, Covelo, Elk, Fort Bragg, Gualala, Ukiah and Willits.
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