Point Cabrillo Light Station State Historic Park is a living link to California’s history, featuring a beautifully rehabilitated 1909 lighthouse and 11 other structures, including three lightkeepers’ homes. In a nearby cove rest the remains of the Frolic, the most important Gold Rush-era shipwreck in California. Located four miles north of Mendocino, the park’s 296.5 acres of open space include an impressive variety of wildlife and hiking trails.