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Lodging, camping and RV'ing in and near Leggett at the joining of US 101 and Coast Highway 1:
Approximately 20 miles north of Leggett additional lodging and dining can be found in Garberville : Avenue of the Giants:
Southbound on US 101 lodging can be found in Laytonville (about 20 miles) , Willits, home of the "Oldest Continuous Rodeo in the State of California" (about 49 miles) or in Ukiah, Mendocino County seat, (about 69 miles).
West over Highway 1 is the Pacific Ocean and the towns of Fort Bragg and Mendocino. Though only 6 miles as the crow flies, this 44-mile trip can take up to an hour and a half as it twists and turns over the Coastal Range offering dark canyons and sweepng vistas to the delight of all. Here on the Mendocino Coast a multitude of B&B's, inns, motels, and camping abound.
From the Underwood family photo album here is the first car through the Chandelier Tree in 1937. Pictured are Charlie Underwood's brothers Henry and Todd, his sister Tina, and nephew Dale.
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