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Davis, Sharon
Film Commissioner, Mendocino County Film Commission
P.O. Box 1141, 217 S. Main Street, Fort Bragg, CA 95437 USA
707.961.6302 phone 1
707.961.6300 phone 2
707.813.7574 mobile
707.964.2056 fax
filmmendocino@mcn.org
http://mendocinocoast.com/film-home


Heidstab, Heidi
Special Events Cordinator, Mendocino Sector - California State Parks
707.937.5721 phone 1
heidi.heidstab@parks.ca.gov
https://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=24248


* key contact

AKA: Old Haul Road

Website:
MacKerricher State Park
MacKerricher State Park Trails (Mendo Land Trust)

Keywords: Coastal; Parking - Flat Surface Parking; Pond / Lake; Public Restrooms; Rural; Stream / Creek; Trails; Wilderness

Site Condition: Good to Fair. This trail is open for walking and cycling.

General Notes: created 7.17.2018 sd / updated 1.4.2019 lm

Usage Restriction: Motorized vehicles are not allowed by public with exception reserved for park maintenance staff. Please inquire with state park office for more information.

Filmography: The Russians are Coming The Russians are Coming (1965), Wired (1989)

Jurisdictions: Fort Bragg, MENDOCINO COUNTY FILM COMMISSION - FLICS

Within 30-mile Zone: N

State Property: Y

Closed / Vacant: N

Ownership: state

Permit: Yes, state

Location Details

Haul Road Coastal Trail @ MacKerricher State Park (SP)

United States / Inglenook, California
Location ID: #10126965
A paved, pedestrian-use state park trail that used to be the old Haul Road, formerly a railroad line and then an industrial road used for timber transport. It can be accessed from multiple points. It starts from the Glass Beach Drive parking lot where you first cross an original railroad trestle bridge (Pudding Creek tressle) and walk northward. The trail offers plenty of scenic views of the ocean, low headland terrain, beaches, tide pools, and finally into vast dune lands.

As the trail passes by Lake Cleone, it disappears for a short distance. Reappearing, it continues on for another mile before finally dissapearing into the Ten Mile Dune Preserve where its forever lost in time to coastal erosion.

Location Category:

  • NATURAL LANDSCAPES / PARKS - [General];
  • NATURAL LANDSCAPES / PARKS - Open Terrain / Scenic Vistas;
  • NATURAL LANDSCAPES / PARKS - Sand Dunes;
  • NATURAL LANDSCAPES / PARKS - State Parks;
  • TRANSPORTATION - [General];
  • TRANSPORTATION - Bridges - Pedestrian Bridges;
  • TRANSPORTATION - Roads / Highways;
  • WATER & COASTAL AREAS - [General];
  • WATER & COASTAL AREAS - Beaches / Coastline;
  • WATER & COASTAL AREAS - Coastal Dunes;
  • WATER & COASTAL AREAS - Swamps / Marshes / Wetlands

Location Address

Haul Road Trail
Inglenook, California 95437
County: Mendocino
Region: *Northern

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