Fort Bragg’s pride and joy, the vintage train got its nickname in 1925 for its stinky gas-powered steam engines, but today the historic...
Guest House Museum
A majestic Victorian structure built in 1892 displays historical photos and relics of Fort Bragg’s history. As hours vary, call ahead.
The town’s best cafe is in the middle of the historic downtown, with high ceilings and lots of atmosphere. The menu gets raves for the...
Skunk Train information
Everybody loves the Skunk Train, the historic logging train that chugs from Fort Bragg and Willits, passing through redwood-forested mountains, along rivers, and through deep mountain tunnels en route to Northspur, the midway point, where it turns around – a plenty-long 3½ to four-hour trip.