Greenwood Pier Café: 5928 South Highway One, Elk, CA (800) 807-3423
Bridget Dolans: 5910 South Highway 1, Elk, CA (707) 877-1820
Queenie’s Roadhouse Café (no dinner): 6061 S Hwy One, Elk (707) 877-3285
Elk General Store: (707) 877-3411, The closest general store is in Elk, four miles to the North of the house, which has much of what you would need on any given day, including vegetables, wine and beer, deli meats and sandwiches, and other staples.
Supermarket: The closest real supermarket is in Manchester 9.3 miles south on Route 1 (you’ll see it right off the road, on the West side of the highway. Look for S&B Market and Supply).
Other: There are many options for shopping and supply in Ft. Bragg, which is about 25 miles north.
General Store (on Route 1 – (707) 877-3411)
Post office, a gallery across from the post office, B&Bs, a museum, boutiques
Tip: check out the cliff walk behind the Old Post Office/Historical Museum. It’s spectacular!
ACTIVITIES, ESSENTIALS, AND OTHER Ammenities…
Beach Access in Elk: Greenwood State Beach. Park across the street from the Elk General Store and hike down to the beach.
Hiking, picnics: Montgomery Woods State Reserve
You’ll see some gorgeous redwood groves on the Land, but if you feel like venturing further during your stay, or stopping on your drive in or out, Montgomery Woods State Reserve is spectacular. The one of the world’s tallest trees is here, measuring in at 367.5 feet with a diameter of 10 feet 4 inches and estimated to be about 1,000 years old. Montgomery Woods State Reserve is located about 15 miles east of the town of Comptche, or it can also be reached by traveling 13 miles west from Ukiah past Orr’s Mineral Hot Springs resort.
Hiking on the Eisenberger/Chichilinsky Property
There are miles of trails on our land, all hand carved by Peter. They travel through an incredible variety of ecosystems for one property, from Redwood and Douglas fir groves, to fern filled stream valleys, to open meadow. Throughout, Peter has opened up views to the ocean and the coastal range to show the full potential of the land and inspire contemplation.