Point Arena is centrally located on the Northern Coast of California and is surrounded by some of the most beautiful country in the entire world. Opportunities to enjoy nature abound, from hiking the land to surfing the sea. And don’t let the winter months scare you away! Winter on our coast is truly spectacular.  

And Remember, when out in the elements

• Don’t turn your back on the ocean!
• Check the tide schedule before beach walking.
• Bluffs crumble; don’t get too close to the edge.
• Please respect the land and wildlife.
• Dress in layers.

Arena Cove

Arena Cove is where the bike path ends. Great ocean view and visual entertainment with picnic tables and bike rack.
End of Port Rd, Point Arena
Open Daily

Arena Theater

Arena Theater features big screen movies live music & theater, telecasts, community events & more. 
214 Main Street, Point Arena
office: (707) 882-3272
film schedule: (707) 882-3456


B Bryan Preserve

B Bryan Preserve is home to African Antelope, Giraffe & Zebra.
$35/adult, $20/kids under 10
call 707-882-2297 or book online

Visits at 9:30 am and 4:00 pm by Reservation Only.
No drop ins.

Point Arena Bike Path

The Point Arena Bike Path is a dedicated one mile bike or walk path from downtown Point Arena to the Arena Cove.
Path starts in the Arena Theater parking lot.
Dawn to Dusk

Bowling Ball Beach & Schooner Gulch

Bowling Ball Beach and Schooner Gulch are south of Point Arena. Look for "Park facing South only" sign. Southern end of the pullout leads to Schooner Gulch. Northern path goes to Bowling Ball Beach.
Off Hwy 1 South, mile marker 11.41

Coast Community Library

Coast Community Library offers Books, CDs, DVDs & more; Adult ed classes; Children’s story time & crafts on Wed @ 11am. Free internet & wifi.225 Main Street, Point Arena
(707) 882-3114
Children's story time on Wed @ 11am.
Mon-Sat hours vary

Manchester Beach

Manchester Beach provides beautiful hiking & camping along a 5 mile sandy, windswept beach. Where the San Andreas Fault runs into the sea.
1.5 miles North of the town of Manchester

Moat Creek Hiking Trail

Moat Creek Hiking Trail is a bluff walk to a remote beach, from Moat Creek, past Whiskey's all the way to Schooner Gulch.
Park at the Moat Creek Access
Hwy mile marker 12.88

Pelican Bluffs Trail

Pelican Bluffs Reserve has 2.2 miles of trail that includes a loop trail and a coastal bluff trail, taking visitors through a forest of Bishop pine to our stunning white cliffs. Located just one mile south of Point Arena between mail markers 14.3 and 13.5.

Point Arena City Pier

Point Arena City Pier offers a boat launch (weather permitting), hot showers, fishing, recycling drop-off. Watch the sun set.
810 Port Road, Point Arena
(707) 882-2583
Daily 7am-4pm

Point Arena Community Garden

The Point Arena Community Garden offers a chance to learn about gardening, serve the earth and join the local community. Youth and adults. 
Dawn to Dusk

Point Arena Stornetta
Public Lands CCNM

Point Arena Stornetta Public Lands were recently deemed a national public monument and a hike here is a must. Directions and locations can be found here.
(707) 468-4000
Dawn to Dusk


Unbeaten Path Tours & Yoga

Unbeaten Path Hiking & Yoga Tours offer Private Nature, Cultural & Yoga Experiences of the Mendonoma Coast & the Point Arena-Stornetta Lands National Monument.  
Visit UnbeatenPathTours for more info or call (707) 888-6121.
tours and yoga available 7 days a week by appointment