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Easy beach access and views of the Russian River are yours when you find yourself at this wonderland. Snug in the redwoods and offering you all of the bounty of nature, you and your family will fall in love with this intoxicatingly beautiful place.
Oh, this is the place that your kids want to be at! Unique art engages them while they are playing. For you? The quiet and tranquility of this stunning park. You and the kids will love the swimming and beach areas offered by this county gem.
This beach offers river access for small craft such as kayaks and canoes. Excellent spot for birdwatching, river wildlife watching and having a picnic. Serene and lovely.
Great place to take a dip in the Russian River. Not too deep for the little ones and dogs, but deep enough for kayaks, canoes. Have a picnic on the shore and enjoy a little fun in the sun.
This secluded beach is a lush paradise well known to surfers. Located behind the Sea Ranch lodge property, the rugged coastline and ample wildlife make it an outstanding hike for the adventurous.
With a paved trail along the Russian River and posted information about the local ecosystem, this park is perfect for learning about and viewing wildlife. The park also offers a boat launch and group picnic areas.
When you don’t want many frills, try this campground on a two-mile stretch of sandy beach. Open for day use as well, you’ll enjoy kite flying, horseback riding on the beach, and helping the kids (big or little) make sand castle masterpieces.
A two mile stretch of sandy beach and a boardwalk makes this a popular place for picnicking, kite flying, and exploring sea life. Surrounded by water, campsites offer a good view of the beach or bay.
The natural beauty and historical importance of his park make it an exciting place to explore. A former Russian colony, the park features the first windmill in California, restored gun towers, and a Russian Orthodox chapel built in the early 1800's.
One of the most stunning sections of the Sonoma coast, Goat Rock Beach serves as the mouth of the Russian River and as such attracts all sorts of wildlife from sea lions to sea otters, sea gulls, and beyond, making it an ideal spot for a nature hike.
Mini beach experience on the Russian River. Let your kids cool off in the shallow river while you and the lifeguards keep an eye on them. Picnic facilities, and no-alcohol rule means a fun time for the whole family.
Forested trails provide tranquil surroundings and beautiful year-round views of sparkling lakes, redwood trees, and vineyards. Park amenities include a picnic area, a volleyball court, and a horseshoe pit in addition to Russian River access.
From pygmy forests to kelp-dotted coves, this unspoiled preserve is full of native plants and wildlife, making it perfect for hiking and camping. Explore the undersea world in one of California's first underwater parks at Gerstle Cove Marine Reserve.
Included among the many hiking and walking trails at in The Sea Ranch is one that leads to Shell Beach. Make your way through the pines to this quiet, sandy beach where you can explore tide pools and look for rocks and shells.
Sandy beaches and a craggy coastline offer unparalleled scenic views on the Pacific Coast. Bring a picnic and enjoy the natural beauty of the beach, or hike along the ocean side to small, sandy coves and watch for whales from the high cliffs.
Featuring long sandy beaches below rugged headlands, secluded coves and natural arches, this is a perfect escape from the inland heat. Boating, camping, hiking, horseback riding, and whale watching are among the many activities to be enjoyed here.
This fascinating park features 320 acres of trails, a 3-acre lagoon for swimming in the summer, and a 72-acre lake for boating and fishing. Bring the whole family for an outdoor adventure like no other. Safe, sane camping available as well as day use.