Sonoma / Mendocino Coastal Area Activities

Salmon or Rock Fishing on the Trek II  

 Enjoy Salmon or rock fishing on the Trek II. Mention you’re a guest at the Breakers Inn for a special discounted rate on your 5 hour excursion. Salmon fishing has been great this year so don’t miss this wonderful opportunity! Call Anchor Charter Boats @ 707-964-4550 to make your reservation.  This offer is valid to September 2011.

Enjoy massages currently offered on the Specials page.

Visit Bowling Ball Beach near Point Arena or walk along the miles of secluded beaches, tide pools

to explore and hiking along the bluff. Access points are through regional or state parks and there aretrails connecting the beaches at the south throughout Sea Ranch. An easily accessible beach is

the Anchor Bay Beach Campground.

Whale watch from the comfort of your room.  Gray whales migrate in December & January to Baja California and return with their babies in March and April.  Bring binoculars, we have a few to lend.

Or charter a tour if you like adventure.

For kayaking and canoe,  Adventure Rents offers rentals on the Gualala River.  This peaceful flat water river becomes a lake in the summer and trips along it offer redwood and beach views as you paddle under the Breakers Inn.

Horseback riding at Ross Ranch is great fun for equine enthusiasts. Beautiful scenery, totally private, excellent horses and guided trail rides. Beach rides and forest rides. Call 707.877.1834 to make your reservation.

Local community arts organization, located in Gualala, CA, dedicated to promoting public access and participation in the arts since 1961. You'll find art exhibits, workshops & classes, classical & popular music performances, theater and much more. Visit the  Gualala Arts Center in their fabulous redwood setting or stopping by the Dolphin Art Gallery and the many other fine art galleries in town.

Go to a movie at the Arena Theater lovingly restored by locals to an elegant period art decomovie house.

Golf at the Sea Ranch Golf Links a challenging 18 hole course only one mile away from the

Breakers Inn. We are the closest lodging to the renowned Scottish style golf links designed by

Robert Muir Graves.

Climb to the top of the  Point Arena Lighthouse for a spectacular view.

Play tennis or just enjoying the peaceful sunny setting at Bower Park: Jewel of Gualala, just

minutes away.

The Annapolis Winery is a short drive from Gualala in Annapolis.  Don't blink or you will miss

the town which features a post office.

On the drive from the Bay Area, a fascinating stop can be made at Fort Ross State Park which

features a historical Russian Fort.

Mendocino Botanical Gardens is a great place to visit throughout the year. It is located in Fort

Bragg.

 The B. Bryan Preservefocuses on African Hoof Stock. Currently, you can view 2 endangered

species of zebra and Greater Kudu, Roan and Sable Antelope in a natural environment, taking

their dust baths and watching the stallion herd his mares. Coming soon: Giraffe, Black Wildebeest, Sprinkbok and Gerenuk.

The Kruse Rhododendron State Natural Reserve is located adjacent to Salt Point State Park.

Ride the Skunk Train in Fort Bragg ~ One of the Most Scenic Railroads in North America ~ 
Trips are offered from two stations located at opposite ends of the railroad line in Fort Bragg and Willits.
The view from the restored rail cars is pretty much unchanged: towering trees, deer drinking from the Noyo River, an isolated fisherman's cabin peeking from the forest. With occasional whistles as it chugs through tunnels, over bridges and past open meadows, the train follows the coastal "Redwood Route" as it has since 1885.