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The town of Gualala has two supermarkets, gas stations, shops and galleries, coffee shops and restaurants and equipment rentals for kayaking and biking.
Over 10 miles of bluff-top, 15 miles of ocean meadows and 20 miles of hillside trails that crisscross at Sea Ranch for both hikers and bikers. These trails provide panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean, the rugged coastline, massive rock formations, migrating whales and those amazing California sunsets. For less experienced bike riders you’ll find over 40 miles of paved roadways that have essentially no traffic to cope with and a comprehensive trail system.
Owner and Guide, Margaret Lindgren, offers nature & land tours, and architectural tours with exquisite knowledge and experience for individuals, groups, and corporate events. Additionally, she is a certified yoga instructor and can offer private classes in conjunction with tours. Her two and three hour tours range from $50 – $75 per person.
One-Eyed Jack’s playground is near Shell Beach and is a perfect place to take the kids or to have a BBQ. There are swings, a small playground set and picnic tables, perfect for a day-time adventure.
There’s one dog park at Sea Ranch and it’s right off Hwy 1 and Deer Trail. See our dog friendly Sea Ranch guide here for more info and resources.
The Sea Ranch Chapel is a whimsical architectural gem resembling a bird in flight or is it a cresting wave? You decide.
Tucked away on 11-acres of redwoods is the Gualala Arts Center offering a wide variety of performing arts, exhibits, classes, fairs, festivals and events held year-round.
The 195-acre Gualala Point Regional Park has open meadows mixed with coastal forest and offers hiking and biking trails, seasonal fishing, picnic areas and the river is the perfect place for kayaking and
paddle boarding on calm waters.