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  • Naomi Smith

    MacKerricher State Park, Fort Bragg, California. A sea glass beach, from several decades of people trashing the ocean with their bottles...

  • Patti Gammett

    glass beach, california would be a nice place to get seaglass....

  • Julie Lesser

    MacK­er­richer State Park near Fort Bragg, CA, ­Glass Beach, California – The Dump You’ll Want to Visit: In 1949, it was the site of an unrestricted dump. For 18 years, people drove out to the ocean cliffs and threw their crap in. 30 years of the sea, tumbling away the jagged edges leaving behind brilliant pebbles of polished glass. The state realized that people were visiting to collect the glass and to see the rainbow sands reflecting the sun, and made it into a national park.

  • Courage Cakes

    Glass Beach may be the only dump in the world that you will want to visit. Located in Fort Bragg, California, more than 50 years ago people used to drive to this beautiful coast and dump all their glass and garbage. After 18 years, the state finally figured out they shouldn't allow dumping on the ocean. Since then, mother nature has been amazing and smoothed out all the jagged edges with its tides and now we have a beautiful beach made of glass. This place looks beautiful. #travel #beach

  • Kathy Lisko

    Glass Beach in Fort Bragg, California is a protected part of MacKerricher State Park. In 1949, it was the site of an unrestricted dump. For 18 yrs, people drove out to the scenic expanse of ocean cliffs, marveled at the beauty of the natural world and then threw all their trash in. Despite our obviously brilliant handling of the situation, Mother Earth spent the next 30 years tumbling away the jagged edges of our insensitivity and leaving behind brilliant pebbles of polished glass.

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