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"Made Beautiful By Nature"

It was a dumping ground in the early 20th Century, where residents threw their household junk such as glass and appliances over cliffs. The pile was so high that fire was used to reduce the trash. It look several years to clean the garbage however the crushing waves swept the beach by pounding down the glass into delightful smooth, colorful baubles. The Glass Beach is now a popular tourist destination and is part of the MacKerricher State Park. Foraging of sea glass in the beach is strictly prohibited.
90 West Redwood Avenue, Fort Bragg, CA, United States, 95437
"Made Beautiful By Nature"
It was a dumping ground in the early 20th Century, where residents threw their household junk such as glass and appliances over cliffs. The pile was so high that fire was used to reduce the trash. It look several years to clean the garbage however the crushing waves swept the beach by pounding down the glass into delightful smooth, colorful baubles. The Glass Beach is now a popular tourist destination and is part of the MacKerricher State Park. Foraging of sea glass in the beach is strictly prohibited.
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