Glass Beach is
an ragged ocean beach section located at MacKerricher State Park near Fort
Bragg, California. The peach got its name from the colorful glass pebbles
covering the sandy coves.
The round shape
glass particles created from years of dumping garbage into this coastline area
of near the northern part of Fort Bragg.
Located at the
north west section of Fort Bragg. When driving highway 1 north, after the town
small center, turn left (west) into W. Elm St., after short drive you will see
the parking lot entrance on the left.
Year round, in
order to see the glass and be able to go down to the beach you need to come at
low tide and when the ocean is calm and without waves.
Additional Blogs of nearby Parks:
- Fort Bragg and Mendocino, CA - 3 Days Visit Planning
- Navarro Beach and Redwood Park
- Van Damme State Park
- Mendocino town and Headlands State Park
- Russian Gulch State Park
- Russian Gulch State Park – Fern Waterfall Hike
- Russian Gulch State Park – Devil’s Punchbowl Hike
- Point Cabrillo Light Station
- Fort Bragg - Pudding Creek Trestle and Beach
- MacKerricher State Park
- Usal Beach - Sinkyone Wilderness State Park, CA (4x4 drive)