November 3-12, 2017
As the first rain begins to fall in late October mushrooms flourish in Mendocino County, home to more than 3,000 types of mushrooms, including 500 types of edible mushrooms: chanterelles, porcinis, morels, hedgehogs, and even the rare Candy Cap mushroom.
MENDOCINO: Daily Mushroom Tour 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Mycological enthusiast Adrienne Long, a student of naturalist Dr. Ryane Snow, leads tour. Meet in the Stanford Inn lobby for an introductory mushroom talk before heading out to explore the local forests and meadows. Tours last 1.5 to 2 hours.
(707) 937-5615 Reservations $35 | $20 age 2-16 years
Coast Hwy & Comptche-Ukiah Rd, Mendocino
Mendocino County is home to more than 3,000 mushroom varieties, including the rare candy cap mushroom with its intense maple syrup flavor and sweet fragrance that grows only along the northern coast of California. With mushroom dinners, wine- and beer-pairing workshops, cooking classes, musical performances, exhibits, guided mushroom foraging there is something for everyone during this magical season of mushrooms. Events take place throughout the County, from the coast to the inland valleys. Participating wineries and breweries have included: Pacific Star Winery North Coast Brewery Mendo Wine Limo Tours Ole's Oceanview Bar At Little River Inn Phillips Hill Greenwood Ridge Vineyards Drew Zina Hyde Cunningham Philo Ridge Maple Creek Winery Mcnab Ridge Winery Sip! Mendocino Weibel Vineyards & Winery Jeriko Estate Winery Parducci Wine Cellars Testa Ranch Winery.
Events are not guaranteed. It is your responsibility to confirm before going.