The CA Hwy 218 is an absolutely gorgeous must-drive in California. The highway takes you through redwood forests, to the Anderson Valley wine tasting region, right to the Pacific Ocean. You’ll be in awe of the redwood forests through the lower elevation which also runs next to the Navarro River. And if you feel like taking a break on the drive, there’s plenty of wineries and other beautiful scenery to stop at along the way.
The City Of Ten Thousand Buddhas is an international Buddhist monastery and community. It was founded by Hsuan Hua, a respectable master in Western Buddhism. Visitors are allowed day tours to the monastery, which also includes a restaurant and gift store. Or for the more spiritually inclined, overnight stays are allowed for things like Dharma sessions, events, and other celebrations.
4951 Bodhi Way, Ukiah, CA, USA, +1 707 462 0939
The Lula Cellars offers wine tastings on a beautiful property. There are multiple vineyards to admire as you sip and experience their divine wines. You can even take home a bottle, or two, or join their wine club for special offers. The owners and staff are amazingly friendly and make the whole experience welcoming and fun.
2800 Guntly Rd, Philo, CA, USA,+1 707 895 3737
Located deep in the hills of the Mendocino Coastal Range, Orr Hot Springs is a small, peaceful, open-hearted resort. The property is 27-acres and offers massages, 13 rooms, six yurts, three cottages, and six campsites available for overnight stays, retreats, and private events. Orr Hot Springs is a prime choice for relaxation and tranquility. The whole resort is also clothing optional.
13201 Orr Springs Rd, Ukiah, CA, USA,+1 707 462 6277
Coming to Navarro September 8-10, The Outpost Trade Show is a weekend retreat for those looking to engage themselves, along with others, with their love of nature, arts, and culture. The retreat consists of fun activities, great food, amazing performances, and opportunities to build connections with like-minded people, brands, and agencies from all over. Purchase your badge here.
Camp Navarro offers a fun and carefree experience, like you’re really attending summer camp. Come with a friend, your family, or a group. Camp Navarro is dedicated to keeping the breathtaking atmosphere of camp alive. There are games, activities, bonfires, and the Trading Post Cafe (included with Wi-Fi if you need it).
901 Masonite Industrial Road, Navarro, CA, USA, +1 707 633 3020
This 55-acre piece of a nature reserve is owned and protected by the Mendocino Land Trust at Navarro Point. The Navarro Overlook consists of a short and easy trail and gorgeous views of the Pacific Ocean. This is a great place for a photo opportunity, a picnic, or just plain nature watching.
Pepperwood Pottery opened in 1974 in Navarro. Owner Doug Johnson has beautifully crafted and sold thousands of ceramics in a multiple varieties. The property is a studio and a number of showrooms, surrounded by architecturally landscaped gardens with mystical arbors, fruit trees and other shrubbery, and stone pathways. Visit these brilliantly landscaped gardens and art displays anytime of the year.
720 Salmela Road Navarro, CA, USA, +1 707 895 3640