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Bodega Bay Activities

Exploring Bodega Bay is an experience not to be missed. And when you stay at our beautiful boutique hotel, you’ll be close to many exciting attractions and activities. Savor the distinctive flavors of Sonoma County’s acclaimed wineries. Discover amazing bird watching courtesy of the Madrone Audubon Society. Uncover amazing sea creatures along the Bay’s many beaches. Check out the Charles M. Schulz Museum, showcasing beloved Peanut's comic strips and unusual art exhibits. Challenge yourself at the Links at Bodega Harbour, a championship Scottish links course along the Pacific’s edge. These happenings and a whole lot more await you.
Doran Regional Park. A 2-mile stretch of sandy beach, Doran offers a rock jetty at the harbor mouth that’s perfect for fishing, crabbing and exploring sea life. Doran is also a hot Northern California surf spot, especially when the big swells emerge during the windy Sonoma winters. The boat launch facility can accommodate up to 20-foot boats, and the adjacent parking lot can handle 30 vehicles with trailers. For more information, call 707-875-3540.

Shorttail Gulch Trail. Shorttail Gulch Trail in Bodega Bay is Sonoma County’s breathtaking hiking attraction where a preponderance of short-tailed wildlife such as rabbit, deer and badgers share the trail. Shorttail connects with Pinnacle Gulch Trail to form a 2-mile loop through the Bodega Harbour subdivision. Hikers can park in the Pinnacle Gulch parking lot (nominal fee) on Mockingbird and walk to Osprey to reach the trailhead.  [Top]
Links at Bodega Harbour. Perched along the spectacular Sonoma County Coast, the Links at Bodega Harbour was designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. It’s a true Scottish seaside links course, reminiscent of those found in Scotland. Golfers of all handicaps will enjoy a challenging course that boasts a combination of rolling fairways, cavernous pot bunkers, undulating greens, native coastal rough and seaside marshes. For more information and tee times, call 707- 875-3538.

Point Reyes. Located halfway between Bodega Bay and San Francisco, Point Reyes National Seashore contains unique elements of biological and historical interest in a spectacular scenic panorama of thunderous ocean breakers, open grasslands, bushy hillsides and forested ridges. Established by President John F. Kennedy in 1962, Point Reyes comprises 100 square miles, including 32,000 acres of coastal wilderness. With 50 species of native land and marine mammals inhabiting the area, its biological diversity stems from a favorable location in the middle of California and the natural occurrence of several distinct habitats.  [Top]
UC Davis Bodega Marine Reserve. The UC Davis Bodega Marine Reserve sits on wind-swept headlands on California's north coast where a 362-acre coastal reserve meets a state-protected marine reserve. Part of the University of California’s Natural Reserve System and site of the Bodega Marine Lab, Bodega Marine Reserve is a research and teaching reserve that encompasses a unique mix of coastal habitats protected for long-term studies. While the Reserve is restricted to protect long-term field research sites from external disturbances, public hiking and horseback riding are encouraged on the adjacent park trails.

Russian River. Set along the beautiful Sonoma County coastline, the Russian River is home to many spectacular parks and several charming towns. The river enters the ocean just as it runs past the town of Jenner while the river’s mouth is also the gateway to a public section of coastline which runs 10 miles south to Bodega Bay. North of Jenner, the rugged coastline inspires scenic drives to historical Fort Ross and Gualala. The Russian River Resort Area, comprised of towns west of the Highway 101, is the most popular recreation spot on the lower river.  [Top]
Madrone Audubon Society. The Madrone Audubon Society, a Sonoma County Chapter of the National Audubon Society, promotes education, enjoyment, and protection of the natural world, especially birds. While its interests are worldwide, the Society’s focus is on the local community, the State of California, the West Coast, and the high-priority campaigns of the National Audubon Society. Madrone Audubon organizes many birding trips to Bodega Bay, including walkabouts, field trips and beginner’s bird walks. For more information, visit .

Charles M. Schulz Museum. Located in Santa Rosa, the Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center preserves, displays, and interprets the art and aesthetic of Charles M. Schulz. Exhibitions include many classic strips and several permanent exhibits, such as Peanuts—Found in Translation. Based on the Peanuts characters, Japanese artist Yoshiteru Otani's new work will feature more than 40 of his ink paintings on handmade Washi paper that incorporate Peanuts characters and Kanji caligraphy in compositions that might be characterized as the visual equivalent of onomatopoeia. For more information, call (707) 579-4452 or visit .  [Top]

Bodega Coast Inn & Suite - Bodega Bay, CA
521 Coast Highway 1, Bodega Bay, CA 94923
Email: innkeeper@bodegacoastinn.com
Direct Phone: 707-875-2217  Fax:707-875-2964
Bodega Coast Inn & Suite - Bodega Bay, CA
521 Coast Highway 1, Bodega Bay, CA 94923


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