Caspar is a small village on the north coast of California. Caspar's cluster of houses huddles together for protection from the storms and big ocean. Caspar is practically invisible to folks whizzing past along Highway One -- a steeple (now the Jewish Community Center), a schoolhouse (now the Community Center) and the remnants of a thriving turn-of-the-century mill town. Caspar (pop. 500+/-) lies between Fort Bragg, our local ‘big town’ and Mendocino, the tourist destination. Caspar is blessed with two perfect beaches, a community center, a bar, a shul, businesses, and a strong sense of place. At least wave when you drive by!
Caspar Community Center, an historic schoolhouse in the heart of a peaceful rural village on California's scenic north coast, is available for conferences, events, meetings, and classes.
Caspar Community, stubbornly and proudly unincorporated, governs itself by consensus, valuing inclusion -- if you think you are a Caspar, you are! -- and sustainability: we are working on a hundred-year plan and expect to keep on doing what we keep on doing for a very long time. Governance is managed by the Caspar Community Board.