Navarro Point Preserve is a breathtaking 56-acre coastal prairie perched on dramatic coastal bluffs overlooking the ocean. A one mile loop trail takes visitors across the prairie and along the bluffs for stunning views of the coastline. Along the trail, a memorial bench allows visitors to sit and watch the ocean or a beautiful sunset.
Navarro Point Preserve is home to rare plants, numerous flowers and is an excellent location for whale watching and bird watching. For these reasons, this unique place was conserved in 1999 by the Mendocino Land Trust, who owns and manages the property.
Located immediately north of the mouth of the Navarro River and the junction of Highway 128 and Highway 1, Navarro Point offers those traveling the coastal highway amazing views. A small parking lot is provided off the highway for visitors.
Vertical Gain or Loss: N/A
Trail Distance: 1 mile round trip
ADA Accessibility Notes
This trail is not ADA accessible.
Pet Friendly Notes
Dogs are allowed on leash.
For More Information, Contact:
Mendocino Land Trust
PO Box 1094, Mendocino, CA 95460
707-962-0470 · fax 707-962-0444