Coast Is Clear in Mendocino County; All Major Highways & Tourism Facilities Open; Mushroom Season Sprouts Up November 1-10
MENDOCINO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov 1, 2019--
Just in time for fall fungi season, Mendocino County Tourism Commission reports the county is 100 percent operational, with all tourism-related facilities, hotels, attractions and roadways open for business. As of today, no mandatory power outages are in effect and all events surrounding the annual Mushroom Feast Mendocino set for November 1 - 10, 2019 are underway ;www.ilovemushrooms.visitmendocino.com.
A backcountry wildfire has been reported in a remote region east of Redwood Valley, which is 92 percent contained. The Burris Fire is roughly 50 miles inland from scenic Highway 1. Given the incident’s remote location, Mendocino’s legendary coastline, Anderson Valley wine region and key tourism areas remain untouched. Full containment is due shortly.
“COAST IS CLEAR” DEAL FOR VISITORS
Visitors can cash in on value lodging this month with a 20 percent discount at key hotel properties (two night minimum) and 30 percent discount (four night minimum) through November 17, 2019. Book the “Coast is Clear” package. Key properties include 2019 Conde Nast Travelers #10 Readers’ Choice recipient – the Brewery Gulch Inn – ocean front Little River Inn, Inn at Cobbler’s Walk, Surf & Sand Lodge, Beachcomber Motel & Lodge, Beach House Inn and newly renovated Glendeven Inn & Lodge. Coast is Clear cannot be combined with other discounts, blackout periods apply. https://visitmendocino.com/the-coast-is-clear/.
Northern California’s crown jewel, comprising 4,000 sq. miles -- roughly the size of Delaware, Rhode Island and the District of Columbia combined – Mendocino County sports 90 miles of prime Pacific coastline, 10 wine appellations, 24 state and national parks and 90+ diverse wineries. Straddling scenic Highways 1 and 101, “The Inspiration Highway,” the County delivers an ideal vortex of waves, wines and redwoods laced with historic villages and outback adventures. Key tourism sites include the historic village of Mendocino, Fort Bragg, Little River, Elk and the cities of Ukiah, Hopland and Willits.
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