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Gualala is a city in the North Coast region of California, population 1,900.


Gualala (formerly, Guadala, Walhalla, and Wallala) is an unincorporated community in Mendocino County in the U.S. state of California. It is located on the Pacific coast at the mouth of the Gualala River, on State Route 1. It serves as a commercial center for the surrounding area. Gualala was once a logging town, but tourism is now its central economic activity.

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Follow US 101 North to Petaluma, then take scenic Highway 1.

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  • Adventure Rents (15m), Cantamare Center, downtown Gualala (behind 21st Century Realty), 888-881-4FUN (4386) (, fax: 707-884-1231), [1]. Rents canoes, single and tandem kayaks, for the peaceful Gualala river. $15-70.  edit

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  • St Orres Restaurant, 36601 S Hwy 1 Gualala, CA 95445 (Pay attention to Mile Marker 3.33 going south on Highway-1), (707) 884-3335, [2]. Yelp has mixed reviews. Most reviewers agree the food is overpriced, albeit the restaurant specializes in wild game and creative combinations.  edit

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  • Blue Canoe Coffee and Tea, 35501 S Hwy 1 Gualala, CA 95445, [3]. Wide selection of coffee and tea. Indoor and outdoor sitting. No Wi-Fi.  edit

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