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California State #1 Highway Guide

Miles Kms Item Summary
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Welcome to California.
Welcome to California.
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California's State Flower, California Poppy.
California's State Flower, California Poppy.
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Junction of Highway #101
City of Sausalito. South to city of San Francisco & the Golden Gate Bridge - 6 miles. Note: Highway sign stating vehicles over 35' not recommended on this highway. Sausalito is located just north of the Golden Gate Bridge, on the south-eastern tip of Marin County. Sausalito was incorporated in 1893.
1.1
1.7
Community of Tamal Pais Valley
Services at highway.
2.4
3.9
Emergency call box
East side of highway.
2.8
4.5
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
3.1
5.0
Access to Golden Gate International Recreation Area
Golden Gate NRA is one of America's most often visited National Park Service units. It includes Fort Mason, Marin Headlands, Alcatra, Muir Wood National Monument, El Presidio of San Francisco, Nike Missile Site, and Fort Point National Historic Siste. Each of these areas has its own unique natural, cultural, and military history.
5.6
9.0
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway
6.0
9.6
Emergency call box
East side of highway.
6.2
9.9

View from highway.
View from highway.
6.4
10.3
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway
7.6
12.3

View from highway. Roadside turnout with emergency call box, West side of highwa
View from highway. Roadside turnout with emergency call box, West side of highway.
8.9
14.3
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway
9.4
15.1
Emergency call box
East side of highway.
9.4
15.2
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway
10.1
16.3
View from highway
This highway is a popular highway for cyclists.
This highway is a popular highway for cyclists.
10.4
16.8
Roadside turnout
Gravel turnout, West side of highway.
11.4
18.4
Roadside turnout
Gravel turnout, West side of highway.
11.6
18.6
Roadside turnout
Paved, West side of highway.
12.4
19.9
Community of Stinson Beach.
Community of Stinson Beach.
Photo: Stinson Beach, California highway sign. Attractions in and around Stinson Beach: Point Reyes Lighthouse, Point Reyes National Seashore, Bolinas Lagoon Preserve, Mt. Tamalpais State Park, Muir Woods, Red Rock Beach, Marin Headlands.
12.4
20.0
Access to Stinson Beach State Park
West side of highway.
12.5
20.1
Stinson Beach business area - View from highway
Stinson Beach business area - View from highway
Access to Mt. Tamalpais State Park, east of highway. Just north of San Francisco's Golden Gate is Mount Tamalpais, 6,300 acres of redwood groves and oak woodlands with a spectacular view from the 2,571-foot peak.
13.6
21.9
Emergency call box
East of highway.
15.2
24.5

View from highway.
View from highway.
15.8
25.4
Roadside turnout
Paved & gravel turnout - West side of highway.
16.7
26.9
Emergency call box
West side of highway.
17.3
27.9

View from highway.
17.5
28.1
Community of Dogtown

17.8
28.7
Emergency call box

17.9
28.8

View from highway.
18.0
28.9
Point Reyes National Seashore
South boundary. Abundant recreational opportunities include 147 miles of hiking trails, backcountry campgrounds, and numerous beaches. Kayaking, biking, hiking, beachcombing. All campsites are accessible only by hiking, biking or horseback - these are backcountry sites. There is no car camping available in the park.
18.3
29.4
Emergency call box
West side of highway.
18.6
29.9
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
20.3
32.6
Emergency call box
East side of highway.
20.8
33.4
Emergency call box
West side of highway.
21.4
34.5
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
22.4
36.1
Access to 5 Brooks Trail
West side of highway.
22.6
36.3
Emergency call box
West side of highway.
24.5
39.4
Emergency call box
West side of highway.
25.1
40.4
Emergency call box
West side of highway.
25.7
41.4
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
25.8
41.5
Community of Olema

25.9
41.7
View from highway.
View from highway.
Access to Samuel P. Taylor State Park campground - 6 miles East. Samuel P. Taylor State Park has over 2,700 acres of wooded countryside. Restroom with showers, picnic area.
26.0
41.9

Community of Point Reyes Station. Access to visitor information center.
Community of Point Reyes Station. Access to visitor information center.
26.2
42.2

Access to R.V. park. Photo is view from highway.
Access to R.V. park. Photo is view from highway.
27.8
44.8
Access to Tomales Bay California State Park
West side of highway. The 2,000-acre day-use park features four gently sloping, surf-free beaches, protected from winds by Inverness Ridge. The park has hiking trails and is a popular place for picnicking, clamming and boating.
28.6
46.1
Acces to city of Petaluma
East of highway.
29.8
48.0
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
29.9
48.1
Access to Tomales Bay Trailhead
West of highway.
30.8
49.6
Emergency call box
West side of highway.
32.4
52.1
Emergency call box
West side of highway.
33.4
53.8
Emergency call box
West side of highway.
35.9
57.7
Access to Marconi Conference Center State Historic Park
East of highway.
36.3
58.4

View from highway.
View from highway.
37.5
60.3
Community of Marshall
Clams and oysters are available in Marshall. Shellfish growers lease acreage on the floor of Tomales Bay.
38.3
61.6

View from highway.
View from highway.
39.3
63.2

View from highway.
View from highway.
39.4
63.4
Roadside turnout
Paved & gravel, no services.
40.5
65.1
Access to Bed & Breakfast
West side of highway.
42.1
67.7

View from highway.
View from highway.
42.8
68.9
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway
44.4
71.5

View from highway.
View from highway.
44.7
72.0
Community of Tomales

44.9
72.2

View of Tomales business area.
View of Tomales business area.
45.9
73.9

View from highway.
View from highway.
46.6
75.0
Point of Information
Crossing Semple Creek.
46.9
75.5
Community of Fallon

47.0
75.6
Emergency call box
East side of highway.
49.2
79.2
Emergency call box
East side of highway.
49.6
79.9
Point of Information
Sonoma County - Southern boundary. Sonoma County is the original home of wine production in northern California and still the largest producer of quality wine.
49.7
80.0
Emergency call box
East side of highway.
49.8
80.2
Valley Ford Road
Access to city of Petaluma. East of highway.
50.5
81.3
Emergency call box
East side of highway.
51.3
82.5

Community of Valley Ford, elevation 53 ft.
Community of Valley Ford, elevation 53 ft.
52.0
83.7
Access to communities of Freestone, Bodega, Sebastopol
East of highway. The City of Sebastopol is a community located on the western edge of the Santa Rosa plain.
54.5
87.7
Emergency call box
West side of highway.
57.6
92.7

View from highway.
View from highway.
58.2
93.6
Community of Bodega Bay
Activities in the Bodega Bay Area: Fishing - Bodega Bay Sports Fishing Center. Aggressor Adventures - Sportfishing and Whale Watching, Bodega Charters, Wil's Fishing Adventures, The Boat House - New Sea Angler & Jaws Sportfishing. Bodega Bay Beaches: Salmon Creek, Goat Rock, Portuguese Beach. Kayaking: Bodega Bay Kayak, Gold Coast Kayak Rentals.
58.6
94.3
Access to United States Coast Guard
West of highway.
58.7
94.5
Roadside turnout
Paved, with emergency call box - East side of highway.
59.2
95.3

View from highway of Bodega Bay.
View from highway of Bodega Bay.
59.5
95.7
Visitor information
Services at highway.
60.2
96.9
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
60.4
97.2
Shoreline Highway
Access to Bodega Head West Side Park
60.6
97.6
Access to R.V. park

61.7
99.3
Roadside turnout
Paved, with emergency call box - East side of highway.
61.8
99.4
Point of Information
Crossing Salmon Creek.
62.2
100.1
Roadside turnout with view area
West side of highway.
62.7
100.9
Roadside turnout with view point
West side of highway.
62.8
101.0
Carment Beach State Park

62.8
101.0

Photos taken at Carment Beach State Park view point.
Photos taken at Carment Beach State Park view point.
62.8
101.0

Photos taken at Carment Beach State Park view point.
Photos taken at Carment Beach State Park view point.
62.8
101.0

Photos taken at Carment Beach State Park view point.
Photos taken at Carment Beach State Park view point.
63.6
102.3

View from highway.
View from highway.
63.7
102.5
Access to schoolhouse from beach

63.9
102.9
Roadside turnout with view point
No services - West side of highway.
64.1
103.2
Roadside turnout with view point
No services - West side of highway.
64.9
104.5
Gleason Beach State Park
West side of highway.
65.1
104.8
Emergency call box
West side of highway.
65.4
105.3
Duncan's Cove - Sonoma Beach
West side of highway.
65.6
105.5
Duncan's Landing
Duncan's Landing
Access to roadside turnout, west side of highway.
66.1
106.3
Wrights Beach State Park
West side of highway. Wright's Beach There are 27 developed campsites located adjacent to the beach. There are no showers, but campers may use the hot showers at nearby Bodega Dunes Campground. Maximum trailer length is 27', no hook-ups are available. Each site has picnic tables, fire rings and paved parking spurs. Running water and flush toilets are nearby.
66.8
107.5

View from highway.
View from highway.
67.4
108.5
Access to Shell Beach
West of highway. Shell Beach is a favorite location for beachcombing and tidepooling.
68.3
109.9
Access to Goat Rocks State Beach
West side of highway. Goat Rock, near the mouth of the Russian River, is known for its scenic shoreline and easily accessible sandy beach. Picnic tables and restroom facilities are also available.
68.7
110.6
Roadside turnout
Gravel and pavement. No services - West side of highway.
69.0
111.0
Point of Information - Crossing the Russian River.
Point of Information  - Crossing the Russian River.
Photo - Looking at the Russian River.
69.0
111.0
Junction of Highway #116
Access to Russian River Recreation Area. East to communities of Monte Rio, Guerneville, Forestville.
69.7
112.1
Emergency call box
West side of highway.
70.2
112.9
Community of Jenner - Photo Jenner highway sign
Community of Jenner - Photo Jenner highway sign
Elevation 19 ft. The town of Jenner, located where the creek in Jenner Gulch meets the Russian River.
70.3
113.2
Services at highway.
Fuel. Access to lodging.
70.4
113.3
Roadside turnout
Gravel, no services. West side of highway.
71.5
115.0
Roadside turnout
Gravel, no services - West side of highway.
71.9
115.7
Emergency call box
West side of highway.
73.6
118.4

View from highway.
View from highway.
74.8
120.3
Roadside turnout
Gravel, no services.
74.8
120.3

View from roadside turnout looking North.
View from roadside turnout looking North.
74.8
120.3

View from turnout looking South at Highway #1.
View from turnout looking South at Highway #1.
75.3
121.2
Myers Grade Road
Access to communities of Seaview - 6 miles, and Plantation - 13 miles.
75.4
121.4
Sonoma Coast State Beach Park
Northern boundary.
76.2
122.6
Roadside turnout
Gravel, no services. West side of highway.
76.5
123.1
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
77.1
124.1
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
77.5
124.7
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
77.7
125.1
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway
78.4
126.2
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
79.2
127.4
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway
80.1
128.9
Access to campground
West side of highway.
81.6
131.3
Access to Fort Ross State Historic Park
West side of highway. Fort Ross was established in 1812 by Russians as an outpost for sea otter hunters and a permanent trade base. A number of reconstructed buildings contain exhibits that help bring the Russian era in California to life.
83.2
133.9
Services at highway
Fuel.
86.1
138.5
Photo is view fom highway - Stillwater Cove highway sign
Photo is view fom highway - Stillwater Cove highway sign
Sonoma County. Stillwater Cove Regional Park campground - East of highway. Restrooms with coin operated showers, flush toilets, and electrical outlets. Individual campsites and a hiker/bicycle site. There is also a dump station. Please note: there are no RV hook-ups. Beach launch available for small craft.
86.1
138.5

View from Stillwater Cove.
View from Stillwater Cove.
86.3
138.8
Roadside turnout
No services - West side of highway.
86.7
139.5

View from highway.
View from highway.
87.1
140.2
Access to R.V. park campground
Community of Ocean Cove. Services at highway. Ocean Cove has a General Store, close proximity to the campgrounds.
87.4
140.6
Access to lodging
East side of highway.
88.8
142.9
Salt Point State Park Woodside Campground
East side of highway. Salt Point State Park features over six miles of rugged coastline with rocky promontories, pounding surf, and multiple panoramic views. Camping: All campsites, with the exception of our overflow camping, are equipped with a fire-ring, picnic table, and food locker. The campgrounds have drinking water and restrooms but no showers. A dump station is not available.
88.9
143.1
Gerstle Cove Salt Point State Park
West side of highway. South Gerstle Cove has picnic tables, a primitive toilet, and a beautiful, exposed view of the ocean.
89.7
144.3
Roadside turnout
Gravel turnout with emergency call box - East side of highway.
90.2
145.2
Access to Stump Beach State Park
Stump Beach is a picnic area that offers sandy beaches. There are a few picnic tables near the parking lot and a primitive toilet with no running water. A 1/4 mile trail leads down to the beach.
91.0
146.4

View from highway.
View from highway.
91.6
147.4
Access to Fisk Mill Cove
Fisk Mill Cove is a day use area that provides picnickers with paved parking, picnic tables, small upright barbeques, restrooms, and drinking water. One can take a short walk from the north lot for a dramatic view of the Pacific Ocean from Sentinel Rock's wooden deck.
91.7
147.5
Kruse Road
Access to Kruse Rhododendron State reserve. There are five miles of hiking trails through the quiet forest with a short loop trail that leads through clusters of rhododendrons.
92.0
148.1
Roadside turnout
Gravel, no services - West side of highway.
92.7
149.1
Roadside turnout
Large gravel turnout - West side of highway.
93.5
150.4
Salt Point State Park
Northern boundary.
93.8
151.0
Roadside turnout
Gravel and pavement with emergency call box - West side of highway.
94.3
151.7
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
94.8
152.5
Emergency call box
West side of highway.
96.3
154.9
Roadside turnout
Gravel with emergency call box - West side of highway.
96.8
155.7
Services at highway
Fuel, diesel.
97.7
157.2
Emergency call box
West side of highway.
98.6
158.6
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
99.3
159.8
Access to lodging
West side of highway.
99.4
160.0
Black Point Beach
Emergency call box - West side of highway.
100.0
161.0
Community of the Sea Ranch

100.5
161.8
Annapolis Road
East to community of Annapolis.
100.9
162.3
Access to Pebble Beach

100.9
162.4
Emergency call box

101.7
163.6
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
102.5
164.9
Spendel Beach coastal access
Emergency call box - West side of highway.
103.6
166.8
Spendel Beach coastal access
Emergency call box - West side of highway.
103.7
166.9
Access to Shell Beach
West side of highway. The beach is in a sheltered inlet.
104.3
167.9
Roadside turnout
Large gravel turnout - West side of highway.
104.7
168.5
Roadside turnout
Large gravel turnout - East side of highway.
104.8
168.7
Emergency call box
West side of highway.
105.0
169.0
Walkon Beach coastal access
West side of highway.
106.8
171.8
Community of Gualala, California
Access to Gualala Point Regional Park. West of highway for day park. East of highway for campground. Emergency call box. Gualala Point Regional Park day use area of the park has a Visitors Center, picnic tables (some with BBQ's) and restrooms with flush toilets. The campground has a restroom with flush toilets, showers, dump station. electrical outlets, no RV hook-ups.
107.2
172.5
Point of Information
Crossing the Gualala River.
107.3
172.6

Point of Information - Mendocino Country Southern limits.
Point of Information - Mendocino Country Southern limits.
107.9
173.7
View from highway - Photo of Gualala business area.
View from highway  - Photo of Gualala business area.
Visitor information. Services at highway - fuel, diesel.
111.5
179.4
View from highway - Anchor Bay, California
View from highway  - Anchor Bay, California
Community of Anchor Bay.
113.3
182.4
Roadside turnout
Large paved turnout, no services - West side of highway.
116.0
186.7
Roadside turnout
Paved, no services - East side of highway.
116.1
186.9
Roadside turnout
No services - West side of highway.
117.4
188.9
Roadside turnout
Large paved turnout - West side of highway.
117.5
189.1
View from highway.
View from highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
117.8
189.5
Roadside turnout - Photo taken from roadside turnout.
Roadside turnout - Photo taken from roadside turnout.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
117.8
189.5
Roadside turnout - Photo taken from roadside turnout.
Roadside turnout - Photo taken from roadside turnout.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
118.1
190.0
View from highway
 Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway
118.2
190.2
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
118.4
190.5
Roadside turnout
Paved, no services - West side of highway.
119.9
193.0
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
121.8
196.0
Welcome to Point Arena Photo - Welcome highway sign
Welcome to Point Arena  Photo -  Welcome highway sign
Community of Point Arena.
121.9
196.2
View from highway
Point Arena business area.
Point Arena business area.
123.9
199.4
Access to campground
West of highway.
125.4
201.8
Point of Information
Crossing Garcia River.
126.1
203.0
Access to community of Boonville
East of highway - 27 miles.
126.4
203.4
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
126.9
204.2
Community of Manchester
Elevation 120 ft.
128.1
206.2
Access to Manchester California State Beach Park
West of highway. Manchester State Park consists of a beach, sand dunes, and flat grasslands that surround the town of Manchester. Family Campsites, Hike or Bike Campsites, Campers (Max. Length) 30', Picnic Areas, RV Dump Station.
128.3
206.5
Community of Irish Beach

131.3
211.3

Access to Irish Beach Drive.
Access to Irish Beach Drive.
132.0
212.5
Roadside turnout
Paved with view point - West side of highway.
132.8
213.7
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
133.4
214.7

View from highway.
View from highway.
137.3
220.9
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
137.5
221.3
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
139.8
225.0
Point of Information
Crossing Greenwood Creek.
139.9
225.2
View from highway
Community of Elk, California.
Community of Elk, California.
140.2
225.6
View from highway
Elk business area.
Elk business area.
143.5
231.0

View from highway.
View from highway.
144.4
232.4
Access to Bed & Breakfast

144.7
232.9
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
146.2
235.3

Point of Information - Crossing the Navarro River.
Point of Information - Crossing the Navarro River.
146.3
235.4

Junction of Highway #128. East to communities of Navarro, Philo, Boonville - 29
Junction of Highway #128. East to communities of Navarro, Philo, Boonville - 29 miles.
148.2
238.5

View from highway.
View from highway.
148.3
238.7
Access to Bed & Breakfast
East of highway, 1/4 mile.
149.0
239.8
Point of Information
Crossing Salmon Creek.
149.4
240.4
City of Albion

149.9
241.2
Point of Information - Crossing the Albion River, California
Point of Information - Crossing the Albion River, California
Photo - Looking west at the Albion River, as it empties into the Pacific Ocean
150.1
241.5
Access to lodging
West side of highway.
151.4
243.6
Access to lodging
West side of highway.
152.1
244.7
Roadside turnout
Gravel, no services - West side of highway.
152.2
244.9
Access to lodging
East side of highway.
153.1
246.3
Access to Bed & Breakfast

153.4
246.9
View from highway - Looking at Little River, California
View from highway - Looking at Little River, California
Community of Little River.
153.7
247.4
Access to Van Damme State Park Campground
East of highway. Van Damme State Park includes nearly 2000 acres of beach and upland on the Mendocino Coast. Family Campsites, Campers (Max. Length) 35',Picnic Areas, Restrooms, RV Dump Station, Showers.
155.5
250.2
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
156.2
251.3
View from highway - Welcome to Mendocino highway sign
View from highway - Welcome to Mendocino highway sign
Community of Mendocino California, established 1852.Mendocino's history dates back to California Gold Rush days. Access to Mendocino Headlands State Day Park - West of highway. The park features grass-covered headlands and a beach, with access from the mouth of the Big River south of town.
158.2
254.6
Fort Cabrillo Drive - Access to Russian Guilch State Park Campground
West side of highway. This park is known for the heavily forested Russian Gulch Creek Canyon, a headland that features the Devil's Punch Bowl (a large, collapsed sea cave with churning water). Family Campsites, Hike or Bike Campsites, Campers (Max. Length) 24', Picnic Areas, Restrooms, Showers
160.1
257.6
Junction of #409
Point of Information - Crossing Caspar Creek.
160.4
258.2
Caspar Street & Fern Creek Road
Access to community of Caspar, California. The Caspar World Folk Festival, is held in August.
161.0
259.1

View from highway.
View from highway.
161.9
260.5
Access to Bed & Breakfast
East side highway.
163.3
262.8
Access to campgrounds
Both sides of highway.
164.0
263.9
Access to campgrounds
Both sides of highway.
164.3
264.4
View from highway
City of Fort Bragg. Junction of Highway #20. East to city of Willits - 35 miles.
City of Fort Bragg. Junction of Highway #20. East to city of Willits - 35 miles. Attractions: Willits Frontier Days, annual 4th of July event, boasts of being the 'Oldest Continuous Rodeo in the State of California'. Willits is the eastern terminus of the world famous 'Skunk Train'. also home to the Mendocino County Museum.
165.3
266.0
Cypress Street
Services at highway, fuel.
166.2
267.5
Redwood Avenue

166.7
268.3
Access to lodging

166.8
268.4
Elm Street
Services, fuel - West side of highway.
166.9
268.6
Point of Information
Crossing Pudding Creek.
167.1
268.9
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
169.1
272.1
Access to R.V. park campground
West side of highway.
169.6
272.9
Access to MacKerricher California State Park Campground
West side of highway. MacKerricher State Park offers a variety of habitats; beach, bluff, headland, dune, forest and wetland. Tidepools are along the shore. Seals live on the rocks off the park's Mendocino coast. Campgrounds, restrooms with showers
169.6
273.0
Community of Cleone

169.9
273.4
Services at highway, fuel
West side of highway.
170.3
274.1
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
171.8
276.5
Community of Inglenook California - Photo of highway sign for Inglenook
Community of Inglenook California - Photo of highway sign for Inglenook
Elevation 110 ft.
172.4
277.5
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
173.1
278.5
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
173.1
278.5
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
174.4
280.7
Point of Information - Crossing 10 Mile River
Point of Information - Crossing 10 Mile River
Photo looking at the 10 Mile River. Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
175.3
282.1
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
175.7
282.7

View from highway.
View from highway.
176.0
283.3
Roadside turnout
West side of highway.
176.2
283.6
Roadside turnout
West side of highway.
176.7
284.4
Roadside turnout with coastal access
Roadside turnout with coastal access
West side of highway. Photo taken from roadside turnout view point.
176.7
284.4
Roadside turnout with coastal access
Roadside turnout with coastal access
Photo taken from turnout view point.
176.7
284.4

Photo taken from turnout view point.
Photo taken from turnout view point.
176.9
284.6
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
177.7
285.9
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
178.7
287.5
Roadside turnout
Paved, with view point - West side of highway.
179.0
288.1
Roadside turnout - Photo - View from highway.
Roadside turnout -  Photo - View from highway.
No services - West side of highway.
179.4
288.7
Roadside turnout
Paved - West side of highway.
180.4
290.3
Roadside turnout
Gravel - West side of highway.
181.0
291.2
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
181.9
292.8
Community of Westport, California - Photo Westport highway sign
Community of Westport, California - Photo Westport highway sign
Elevation 120 ft.
182.3
293.4
Roadside turnout
Roadside turnout
Paved turnout - West side of highway. Photo is view from turnout.
182.6
293.9
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
182.7
294.0
Access to R.V. park

183.7
295.7
Access to Westport - Union Landing State Beach Park
West side of highway. Westport Union-Landing State Beach covers over 3 miles of rugged and scenic coastline, with 100 campsites on the bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
185.1
297.9
Point of Information
Crossing Howard Creek.
185.1
297.9
Access to campground
West side of highway.
185.5
298.5
Roadside turnout with scenic overlook view point

186.5
300.2
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
186.9
300.7
Roadside turnout
No services - Westside highway.
186.9
300.8
Point of Information
Crossing Juan Creek.
187.0
300.9
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
188.7
303.7
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
190.5
306.5
Roadside turnout
Small paved turnout - East side of highway.
190.6
306.7
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
192.2
309.3
Roadside turnout
Paved - West side of highway.
192.5
309.8
Redwood Grove picnic area
Access to picnic tables - West side of highway.
193.1
310.8
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
194.6
313.1
Point of Information
Crossing Cottoneva Creek.
194.9
313.7
Roadside turnout
East side of highway.
196.4
316.1
Roadside turnout
East side of highway.
196.8
316.7
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
201.4
324.1
Roadside turnout
Gravel, no services - West side of highway.
202.1
325.2
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
204.9
329.7
Roadside turnout
No services - East side of highway.
205.9
331.4
Roadside turnout
No services - East side of highway.
206.2
331.9
Roadside turnout
No services - East side of highway.
208.5
335.5
Point of Information
Point of Information
Crossing the South Fork Eel River.
209.1
336.5
View from highway - Photo Start / Finish of California Pacific Coast Highway # 1highway - sign
View from highway -  Photo Start / Finish of California Pacific Coast Highway # 1highway - sign
Junction of U. S. Highway #101. Access to community of Leggett. North to city of Eureka, South to cities of Santa Rosa, San Francisco. Start/Finish of Highway Travel Guide. - Se

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