Glass Beach is a shoreline in California that is rich in ocean glass prepared from years of dumping junk into a range of coastline close to the northern piece of the town
The shoreline is currently regularly gone by countless visitors yearly. Collecting is disheartened on the segment of "Glass Beach" inside and contiguous the state park at "Site 3 albeit the vast majority of the ocean glass is presently found on the other two glass shorelines outside the state park zone.
In general: I'd prescribe impending here for just to visit the shoreline and to unwind here. I would not suggest voyaging the distance here just to see the "glass" shoreline, particularly on the off chance that you are wanting to take some home.
Regardless of the possibility that you would prefer not to chase for bits of reused glass go for the sea strolls. There is another stopping region in Ft. Bragg with restrooms where you can stop. At that point walk or bicycle along the cleared trails and down to a portion of the shorelines. A lovely trail along some delightful spots along the tough
The shoreline is right now shut for a large portion of November by the parks division, to deal with the trails so you won't have the capacity to move beyond them on the weekdays. In the event that you drop by on the weekends you can sneak past the wall.
-Inconsiderate vacationers -Hard to discover a spot to stay in this residential area (Make a reservation no less than couple of weeks or months in advance)