From the North
The easiest way to get here from the north is to follow Highway 1 down the coast. Perched on the edge of the Pacific Ocean, this route winds through giant redwoods and coastal bluffs. Take your time – you’ll be traveling through some of the most picturesque vistas nature has to offer.
From the South
You have two choices coming from the south – so why not take one route on your way here and the other on your way home?
Both routes start heading north on Highway 101 and take about the same amount of time. If you’d like to take a slow ride through Anderson Valley with its many wineries then take Highway 128 West at Cloverdale. Highway 128 merges with Route 1 as you come out of the redwoods at Navarro. Route 1 will deliver you directly to our door.
If you prefer coming “over the hill,” as the locals say, follow Highway 101 to Willits. Make a left at the traffic light in town onto Highway 20 and you’ll be headed west toward the coast. Cruise past ranches and redwoods on your way to Fort Bragg where Highway 20 ends at Highway 1. Make another left, this time heading south. It’s a just a short 10 miles to Little River. We’ll be waiting for you.
From the East
Driving to the coast from the east takes you through some of the county’s lovely inland valleys and past clear, blue lakes. From Sacramento, take the Highway 20 exit off of I-5 toward Clearlake/Colusa. When you reach Highway 101 head north – 20 merges with 101 until you reach Willits. Highway 20 separates from 101 in the center of town – turn west (left) at the traffic light. You’ll drive “over the hill” as the locals say, where you arrive in Fort Bragg at Highway 1. Make another left, this time heading south, and drive 10 miles to Little River. We’re well worth the trip.