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Get ready to have an amazing time canoeing down the Russian River. Indulge in a 10- mile, self-guided trip through magnificent Redwoods, and be sure to take the time to picnic and sunbathe along the way. Return shuttle included.
Flavorful drinks, live music, and a boisterous feel are what this bar is all about. Rumor has it that the Grateful Dead used to jam here, but even if you’re not a Dead Head, you'll still have a great time at this lively bar.
Hosted at the Russian River Vineyards, local farmers and artisans sell handcrafted goods and fresh produce here every Tuesday from June through October.
Kozlowski Farms produces a wide range of specialty, natural and gourmet foods. Offerings include of old fashioned jams, preserves, jelly, no sugar added fruit spreads, fruit butters, gourmet mustard, berry vinegars, marmalade and salad dressings.
This occult shop carries a full range of handmade spiritual supplies for practitioners of all types of religious and magical traditions, including African-American hoodoo and Pagan magick.
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.
Embark on a white water rafting excursion, take stand up paddleboard lessons, yoga and more with the friendly, knowledgeable staff at Rubicon.
If you are an apple lover, then you are going to go crazy with happiness when you check out the twenty-seven (!) different varieties of apples at this farm stand. Getting there is part of the experience as it is a stunning drive. Apple paradise!