Bodega Bay Inn
Coastal California Inn
Located In The Heart of Bodega Bay.
Terrapin Creek is a casual neighborhood spot where friends and neighbors can gather to enjoy great local and international cuisine. They are expanding the notion of comfort food to include dining that is delicious, affordable, and responsible.
They are the best place to eat in town and right next door!
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An easy hour long loop: views in every direction, whales, seals, sharks, wildlife, and amazing scenery!
Hike out to the Ocean through Bodega Dunes Campground:
Pomo Canyon To Shell Beach:
Map: Cool Map
Shell beach trail head;
you can take the Shell beach trail north, south, and east up to pomo canyon.
Osmosis's Say Spa is located in scenic Sonoma County, Osmosis is known for their unique Cedar Enzyme Bath, rejuvenating massages, organic facials, and beautiful Zen gardens.
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The Miss Anita is a customized 340 Catamaran, the signature boat of the Baha Cruiser fleet. She is equipped with a large fly bridge and hard cabin, featuring full ventilation, sliding windows and comfortable inside seating for all the anglers.
Make the short drive or simply walk down to our neighbors at Gourmet Au Bay. They offer relaxed wine tasting on the beautiful Sonoma Coast. They also feature a wood-oven flatbread fare, perfect for a waterfront lunch or dinner at Bodega Bay's sports marina!
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Fort Ross State Historic Park
The southern-most border of expansion of the Russian Empire into America!
A restoration and recreation of the old fur trading outpost. Restored to appear as it was in the 1770's.
A beautiful drive up Hwy 1- for a bit of history!
Their Wikipedia page:
Fort Ross State Historic Park brings attention to the varied stories that have occurred here through the centuries, including the long formation of the coastal natural history, the centuries past and present of resident Kashia Pomo people, the Russian colonization periods (1812-1842), the Ranch era (1842-1972), and the over one hundred year era of this area as a protected resource as a State Historic Park. The park's Visitor Center is an excellent place to start a tour of Fort Ross to become acquainted with the rich natural and cultural history of the area.
Horse Back Riding
Horse N Trail Rides offers scenic western trail rides for all occasions from family outings to corporate events or even a romantic trail ride on the beach.Horseback riding is a great way to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries or just some fun with friends and family!
Take a quick drive from our hotel and plan for a beautiful day at the beach. Many of the town’s beaches reside along the rugged Sonoma County coastline in Sonoma Coast State Beach State Park. They include Schoolhouse Beach, Shell beach, Bodega Dunes, Salmon Creek, and Bodega Head.
Bodega Bay Kayak is a must when you visit Bodega Bay. They are located in our shared parking center. Ask for Bob and he will take good care of you. So take a break from your ordinary routine to see and do something extraordinary!
Cruise the bay, explore the estuaries,and meet the seals of the lower Russian River.
Bodega Landmark Studio
Bodega Landmark Studio Collection is located in historic Bodega, California (site of Alfred Hitchcock's "The Birds"), the Gallery features hundreds of one-of-a-kind pieces, including regional seascape and landscape painting (in both grand scale and miniature), fine art photography, blown glass, etching, sculpture, ceramics, stained glass, woodwork, and jewelry by local artists. Bodega Landmark Studios is also the local agent for all Christo Running Fence Project art.
Bodega Harbour Golf Links
Designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., the back nine was originally opened in 1978. Then in 1987, the front nine was added to complete the full 18. Extensive renovations were completed in 2008 where over 96 bunkers were re-constructed, all 18 greens were stripped of the Poa Ana grass and bentgrass was added. Overall, the course conditions were greatly improved and The Links at Bodega Harbour is the best it's ever been. Book a tee time here
The self-guided Armstrong Nature Trail is the best bet for first-time visitors, since you’ll learn about redwood trees via interpretive displays as you stroll along. Armstrong’s trails are relatively short, but you can string them together and loop around to create a varied five- to six-mile hike. For more details, download a brochure or visit the park’s website.