A trail loops through the preserve, which is home to many rare plants, ablaze with wildflower blooms in the spring. The trail is about a mile or so and is an easy hike, allowing for enjoyment of the clean, fresh air, the tranquility, and the stunning ocean vista. If you are driving north, this is your first clear view of the ocean, and if you are driving south, it’s the perfect place to take one last look before you go on your way, planning your return to the magical Mendocino coast.
Feel like getting your hands dirty? The Mendocino Land Trust has a volunteer clean up day at Navarro Point on the second Thursday of the month, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. All ages are welcome. Bring your own water and gloves. Tools will be provided.