February 21, 2024

Coastal Adventures

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Explore Bodega Bay!

There’s no place in the world quite like Bodega Bay on California’s beautiful coastline. From world class golf and sportfishing to relaxing beaches to ocean view wining and dining, you’ll find your coastal wonderland at Bodega Bay!

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Explore the Coast with WaterTreks Jenner Kayaks

Take a tour with WaterTreks Jenner Kayaks and explore the Sonoma Coast and Russian River. Imagine seeing harbor seals, blue herons and an ancient singing stone in one day. Depending on the season and adventure, you might see gray whales, white pelicans or bald eagles. In late summer, bioluminescent plankton attach to the fish, and you can watch fish dart like fireworks under your kayak.

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Take an Eco-Adventure with Stewards

Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods (Stewards) is a non-profit organization that partners with the Russian River Sector of California State Parks to support volunteer, education and stewardship programs. The sector includes Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve and Austin Creek State Recreation Area in Guerneville, Sonoma Coast State Park from Bodega Bay to Jenner, and the Willow Creek watershed.

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Hike the Redwoods at Armstrong Reserve

Visit the Giant Redwoods of Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve. The ancient coast redwood is the tallest living thing on the planet! These remarkable trees live to be 500-1000 years old and can grow to a diameter of 12 to 16 feet. A few trees survive over 2,000 years and reach 350 feet in height. As you enter the park, you will feel your own pulse drop, and a strange calm will overtake you as you breathe in the fragrant aroma and stroll through the fog-shrouded trails. This “Nature’s Cathedral” is as close to magic as we mortals can imagine.

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