Osmosis Day Spa Sanctuary
The only spa in the U.S. offering the Cedar Enzyme Bath, a rejuvenating heat treatment from Japan. Follow this with a 75-minute massage indoors or in Japanese pagodas throughout our gardens. Facial treatments are available using a variety of Holistic Therapies to purify and revitalize your skin.Osmosis Day Spa Sanctuary Complete your experience in our beautiful meditation garden, savoring the inner peace that follows an Osmosis treatment.
209 Bohemian Hwy, Freestone
Applewood RestaurantLet us pamper, rejuvenate and revitalize you whether it is a day visit or an appointment during your stay. Start your session with hydrotherapy in our Jacuzzi tub and steam shower. Feel stress and tensions melt away from your body and mind delivering you to a wonderful state of relaxation and calm.
APPLEWOOD INN, RESTAURANT & SPA
13555 Rte. 116, Guerneville, CA
Bodega Bay Lodge
The perfect complement to your wine country adventures is a stress-melting spa treatment at the Bodega Bay Lodge. Like everything at our Sonoma Coast hotel, we take an artisanal approach to spa treatments in a soothing, revitalizing setting. With two tranquil spa treatment rooms and in-room spa services, enjoy complete relaxation as we tailor your treatment to instill bliss from temples to toes. From our signature warm shell massage, decadent Cabernet grape sea scrub or sea enzyme facial indulge in our massages, facials and signature body treatments inspired by the healing powers of the Pacific.
103 Coast Hwy. 1, Bodega Bay
Parks, Hikes & Walks
Annadel State Park
5,000 acres, 6201 Channel Drive, off Montgomery Drive, Santa Rosa, (707) 539‑3911. Hiking, mountain biking, equestrian trails, picnicking, fishing. Lake Ilsanjo, shady forests and sunny, flowery meadows. Parking $6.
Armstrong Redwoods State Reserve
752 acres, 17000 Armstrong Woods Road, two miles north of Guerneville. District office: (707) 865‑2391; park: (707) 869‑2015. Hiking and nature trails among tallest trees in Sonoma County (many of them more than 2,000 years old), bicycling on paved roads, horseback riding, picnic areas. Parking $8.
Crane Creek Regional Park
128 acres, east of Petaluma Hill Road on Pressley Road, (707) 527‑2041. Oak woodlands, spring wildflower displays, trails for hikers, bicyclists and equestrians. Parking $7.
150 acres, on Doran Park Road, south of Bodega Bay, on spit separating bay from Pacific Ocean, (707) 875‑3540. Spectacular, scenic cliffs; access to sandy coves; vantage points for observing migrating gray whales. Picnic areas, campgrounds, bird walk, nature study area, boat launch, beach, horseback riding on the beach, coastal access for fishing, clamming and surfing. Parking $7.
Foothill Regional Park
230 acres, 3800 Hembree Lane, Windsor, (707) 565‑2041. Recreational trails through oaks. Parking $7.
Helen Putnam Regional Park
210 acres, off Chileno Valley Road in Petaluma, (707) 565‑2041. Spectacular views, hiking and biking trails, picnic area, small playground. Parking $7.
Hood Mountain Regional Park
1,450 acres, east on Sonoma Highway (12) and north of Kenwood, (707) 565‑2041. Panoramic views of Valley of the Moon from 2,700-foot summit. Equestrian, hiking trails. Open weekends, county holidays only. Park closed during summer fire season. Parking $7.
Jack London State Historic Park
837 acres, 1.5 miles west of Glen Ellen on London Ranch Road, (707) 938‑5216. Hiking, nature trail, equestrian trail, self-guided history trail, author's grave, Wolf House ruins, museum, historic buildings. Hiking among historic ranch buildings on Sonoma Mountain with views of redwood forests, vineyards, Sonoma Valley. Call for hours. Parking $8 general.
Joe Rodota Trail
Abandoned railroad right-of-way crossing scenic Laguna de Santa Rosa for 2.9 miles, (707) 565‑2041. Trailhead at Petaluma Avenue, Sebastopol. Two-mile trail runs from Analy High School in Sebastopol to Highway 116. No parking fee.
Kruse Rhododendron State Reserve
317 acres, next to Salt Point State Park, 20 miles north of Jenner on Highway 1, (707) 847‑3221. Hiking trails among second-growth redwood forest with Douglas firs, grand firs, tan oaks, and rhododendron, which bloom with pink blossoms in May. Free parking.
Lake Sonoma/Warm Springs Dam
18,000 acres of federal parkland and water, 3333 Skaggs Springs Road, off Dry Creek Road, 11 miles northwest of Healdsburg, (707) 433‑9483.
Maxwell Farms Regional Park
85 acres, at Verano Avenue and Sonoma Highway (12), Sonoma, (707) 565‑2041. Nature trail, bicycle path, basketball court, tennis courts, volleyball, baseball field, football and soccer fields, picnic area with barbecues, playground. Parking $7.
Westside Regional Park
47 RV/Tent sites, 1 of which is the host (non reservable), 7 sites are First Come First Served. Boat ramp, fish cleaning station and boat rinsing station.
2400 Westshore Rd,Bodega Bay CA 94923. At Bodega Head in Bodega Bay, W on East Shore Road off Hwy 1, right on Bay Flat Road.
Doran Regional Park
128 RV/Tent sites. 10 tent only sites. 20 sites are First Come First Served sites. One group tent site. Boat ramp, fish cleaning station, boat rinsing station, shore fishing and family picnic areas.
201 Doran Beach Rd,Bodega Bay CA 94923, off Hwy 1 in Bodega Bay.
Stillwater Cove Regional Park
22 RV/Tent sites, 3 sites are First Come First Served.
22455 Hwy 1, Jenner CA 95450. 24 miles north of Bodega Bay.
Port O Bodega RV Park
Privately owned (707) 875-2354. Reservations recommended. $23-43 Full Hook-ups, $28 Dry, Showers, Bait shop, restaurant - nearby, Marina. No tents allowed. From Hwy 1 take Eastshore Rd to stop sign cross street, once in trailer park turn right to the office.
Gualala Point Regional Park
42401 Hwy 1, Sea Ranch CA 95445. 48 miles north of Bodega Bay.
20 RV/Tent sites, 6 are walk to tent-only sites, 3 sites are First Come First Served.
Salt Point State Park - Gerstle Cove Campground
(707) 847-3221 - 27 mi. N of Bodega Bay on Hwy 1. Reservations call DESTINET (800) 444-7275. Coastal access - Day use $ 8 - $ 15 Walk-in.
79 Camp sites, $ 35 per night. 31' max. trailer. No showers, No dump station, $ 8 day use fee, dogs $ 1. Group sites available.
Salt Point State Park - Woodside Campground
(707) 847-3221 - 27 mi. N of Bodega Bay on Hwy 1. Reservations call DESTINET (800) 444-7275. Coastal access - Day use $ 8 - $ 15 Walk-in.
109 campsites, no hookups, no showers, $35 per night, $25 per night for 20 walk-in sites, $8 day use fee, $5 per person hiker/biker, $6 extra vehicle, Dogs $1
Fort Ross Reef Campground
20 miles N of Bodega Bay on Hwy 1- (707) 847-3286, 20 sites, $25 per night, $ 8 day use fee. Coastal access. Chemical toilets, water. First come, first served. Open April through November.
Armstrong Redwoods/Austin Creek State Recreation Area
(707) 869-2015, Reservations (800) 444-7275 - 10 mi. N of Bodega Bay, 13 miles east on Hwy 116 to downtown Guerneville to Armstrong Woods Road.
24 sites - $ 25 per night, water - No showers, $ 25 per night backpack sites. First come, first served. Trailers & RV’s limited to 20 ft in length. Disabled access to restroom facilities and some campsites.
Bodega Dunes Campground at Sonoma Coast State Beach
0.5 mi. N of Bodega Bay on Hwy 1. 98 campsites, no hookups $35 per night, hike/bike camp $5 per person. Showers, dump station. Restroom facilities disabled access.
Wright's Beach Campground at Sonoma Coast State Beach
6 mi. N of Bodega Bay on Hwy 1. 30 beach campsites, no showers, no hookups $45 per night.
Pomo Canyon and Willow Creek Environmental Campgrounds at Sonoma Coast State Beach
$25 per night. Chemical toilets. Pack in water and firewood, self-registration. Closed in bad weather or fire. No dogs. Open April through November.
The Ren Brown Collection
Fine Art Gallery established in 1989, featuring the largest selection of modern Japanese prints in California. Wood-fired and salt-glazed ceramics, Japanese antiques, and regional art & sculpture. Serene setting with magnificent gardens. Open 10-5, closed Monday & Tuesday.
1781 Highway One, Bodega Bay
Bodega Bay Heritage Gallery
Early California Art: Celebrating the art and history of California, focusing on traditional and impressionist paintings, generally between 1880 and 1950.
Located at 1785 Coast Highway One (next to The Ren Brown Collection). Wednesdays through Sundays 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and by appointment.
Shopping & Services
Gourmet au Bay
Over 200 award-winning California wines and a gift boutique that offers unique finds. Enjoy Wine Surfing® on the deck overlooking beautiful Bodega Bay. We are Sonoma Coasts ONLY Wine Bar and waterside Deck!
913 Highway One, Bodega Bay, CA 94923.
Diekmann's Bay Store
Diekmann's Bay Store (Grocery, Deli, Pizza)Diekmann's Bay Store (Grocery, Deli, Pizza) has been a locally owened and operated grocery store for over 70 years. Come and enjoy our freshly made Sandwiches, Burgers, Pizza, and other foods from our deli. We also carry Groceries, Beer, Wines, Liquor, Bread, Cheese, Meats, farm fresh Produce, Hardware, Fishing, and Camping supplies. You will not find a grocery store like this anywhere else in the area. Come visit us at our location and experience our friendly service.
1275 Hwy 1, Bodega Bay CA 94923
Pelican Plaza Grocery & Deli
Pelican Plaza Grocery & DeliPelican Plaza Grocery and Deli is a gourmet grocery store that carries many imported cheeses, different imported beer, and has a large selection of fresh produce along with a deli where you can have sandwhiches made to order. "A little Store with a lot more". Located in Bodega Bay California in the Pelican Plaza Center at 1400 Hwy 1, Bodega Bay.
Candy and Kites
Largest selection of sport kites & single line kites on the North Coast. Flags, Windsocks, toys, books, AND gourmet serve yourself salt water taffy & novelty candy. Tell us you read about us on the Bodega Bay Web Site and we will give you a free tide table. Member Kite Trade Association International. Across from Pelican Plaza.
1415 Hwy 1, Bodega Bay
East Shore Outfitters
East Shore Outfitters Open every day, except Wednesday, 10am to 5pm
Your source for Bodega Bay wear, Fresh Produce® Apparel for ladies, hats, jewelry and outerwear.
1795A Hwy 1, Bodega Bay
(at the corner of Hwy 1 and East Shore Rd.)
Harbor View Gifts and Goodies
We opened officially on January 1st, 2001.
Allan & Monique Buegeleisen
935 Highway One, Bodega Bay
Business Services Unlimited
Fax, copies, Notary, shipping, secretarial services. Monday through Friday, 9 AM to 5 PM / Saturday, 10 AM to 2 PM.
Pelican Plaza, 1400 Hwy 1, Bodega Bay
Fax: (707) 875-2952
Suds for Your Duds
Spud Marina Laundromat Open to the Public 8 am – 11:30 pm 7 days a week
clean • change machines • soap machine • new soft drink machine • lending library available
1818 Westshore Road , Bodega Bay
Gas, diesel, propane, kerosene, mini-mart with ATM machine. Boat slips available by the day or month. Open 6 AM - 8 PM, 7 days a week.
1820 West Shore Rd., Bodega Bay
Ace It! Bike Tours
FIRST EVER! Bodega Bay Bike & Hike Tour! Experience 2 activities in one tour. Join us on this exciting tour as we bike along the famous bodega harbor and view all series of sail boats and beautiful beaches to bodega head. There, we will hike on mostly easy flat trails and view one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world! Bodega head is a popular spot to observe the whales migrating, seals on off shore rocks and watching the waves crashing. Bodega Bay has spectacular history that we want to share with you, so hop on our comfy bikes, take a journey with us and Ace It! We also offer Winery and Brewery Bike Tours with awesome scenic views in Sonoma County. We stop at top rated breweries and award winning wineries.
Backroads Wine Country Bike Tour
Our popular Wine Country Bike Tour covers some of the most scenic stretches of the Sonoma Coast.
Bodega Bay is perhaps the single most productive birding area in Sonoma County. It is recognized nationwide and internationally as an important birding spot. Located along Pacific Coast migration routes, it is an excellent place to see migrants in spring and fall, but it offers excellent birding throughout the year.
Bird Watching Spots
Bodega Bay Beaches
Bodega Bay BeachesAs of this year, CA State Parks finds it necessary to enforce their ruling — no beach fires. Doran (County) Regional Beach has never allowed fires on the beach. Fires are permitted in the day use area fire pits, generally by picnic grounds, such as Goat Rock Beach, Wrights Beach and the Dunes, and overnight camping fire pits.
Of course, beach access is not allowed if the sign reads “No Beach Access After Sunset.” Schoolhouse and Portuguese Beaches have night access, but visitors must be over 18 and have absolutely no camping equipment, including blankets, with them on the beach. All beaches on the northern California coast are cool at night.
For more information please contact either the Sonoma Coast State Beach Ranger Station at Salmon Creek (707) 875-3483 or California State Parks Regional Office at (707) 865-2391
Salmon Creek: A wide expanse of beach at the point where Salmon Creek meets the ocean makes this a great spot for families. Surfers find this one of the best places to catch a wave, kids like the spot for skim-boarding, and the youngest in your group can splash in the calm waveless waters of the creek. Just north of Bodega Bay on Highway One.
Goat Rock: This is the spot for kayakers and those who simply enjoy a great view. Goat Rock juts out from the ocean floor, providing a landmark for those who visit the coast. North of Bodega Bay; take River Road to Highway 1, go left and you'll run into it.
Portuguese Beach: Three miles north of Bodega Bay on Highway 1, is one of the best beaches for walking and surf wading on a hot summer night. It's one of the Sonoma Coast's most expansive beaches, with lots of sand between the steep interior cliffs and the ocean.
Bodega Bay Beaches To Take Your Dog (on a leash)
The following are designated areas where dogs are permitted on beaches adjacent to bodies of water in State Park Systems or portions of units:
Hours: 7 a.m. to sunset
Parking: $7 per car or free for Regional Parks members. Doran is extremely popular on weekends and holidays, and the entrance will temporarily close when parking is full. Plan to arrive before 10 a.m. or after 3 p.m. for the best chance of finding parking on peak days. (Entrance conditions will be posted on Highway 1 at Doran Road.)
Dogs: Permitted on leash. License required.
Accessibility: Accessible campsites and boardwalk. Beach wheelchairs available.
Ranger Phone: (707) 875-3540
Bodega Bay Beaches Where Dogs Are Prohibited
The following are places where dogs are are not permitted on beaches adjacent to bodies of water in State Park Systems or portions of units.
Bodega Bay Self Guided Tours
Places to visit in Sonoma Wine Country.
Sonoma Driving Tours
Sonoma Driving Tours Presents…
Bodega Bay Self Guided
Audio Tours on CD!
Drive-it-yourself sightseeing tours in Sonoma County on audio CD. Simply play the Tour CD in your car and your personal "tour guide" will show you around. All tours include sightseeing, stops for lunch, souvenir shopping and great picture locations along with fun facts and information.
To order, visit us on the web at www.sonomadrivingtours.com.
Locals Tasting Room
Ten unique wineries under one roof. Sample some of the best of the Alexander Valley, Dry Creek and Russian River Appellations. View a rotating exhibit by three local Black and White Photographers and peruse vintage and modern wine accessories.
Located in Downtown Geyserville at the corner of Geyserville Avenue and Hwy 128. A scenic 45 minute drive from Bodega Bay.
707-857-4900 for more info.
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Bodega Bay Sports Fishing Center
Gateway to the finest fishing on the coast! Where the BIG Fish are Caught! Salmon, Halibut, Rock Cod, Ling Cod, Sport Crabbing & Whale watching.
Bodega Bay's most modern charter vessel. Our captains are Coast Guard Certified and our boats are Coast Guard Inspected to ensure your safety and enjoyment. Our crews are trained and ready to share their expert knowledge and experience with you in a relaxed atmosphere.
The Boat House - New Sea Angler & Jaws Sportfishing
Daily salmon and rock cod fishing aboard 55 and 65 foot fast, modern fiberglass vessels. Open load service and group charters. Whale watch trips January through April.
1445 Hwy 1, Bodega Bay
Hagemann Ranch Trout Farm
“You Catch ‘em, we clean ‘em”
Enjoy trout fishing at our old fishing pond which has been stocked with rainbow trout for over 25 years. Our pond is nestled in the hills on our 219-acre sheep and cattle ranch, between the towns of Bodega and Bodega Bay, off Highway One, in Northern California. Great picnic grounds - you don't even have to be catching trout to use them.
Porto Bodega Marina
Marina, RV park, part boat landing. Picnic area, bait and tackle, restaurant.
1500 Bay Flat Rd., Bodega Bay
Fish On Bait, Tackle and Charters
Enjoy a great day on the Pacific! Our five-vessel fleet offers superior service to anglers seeking salmon, rockfish, lingcod, halibut and Dungeness crab, as well as trips for whale watchers and sight-seers. Group charters a specialty. Let's go fishing!
The Links at Bodega Harbour
Play “a round” in Bodega Bay.
The Links at Bodega Harbour18 hole Scottish links style course by Robert Trent Jones Jr. Public invited.
Open 7 days a week, year round. Call for starting times.
21301 Heron Dr., Bodega Bay
Other Golf Courses within a 40 mile radius of Bodega Bay
Sebastopol Golf Course
Windsor Golf Club
Fairgrounds Golf Center
Oakmont Golf Club
Bennett Valley Golf Course
Tayman Park Municipal Golf Course
Adobe Creek Golf Course
Rooster Run Golf Club
Indian Valley Golf Club
StoneTree Golf Club
San Geronimo Golf Club
Horseback Riding on the Beach. The thrill of a lifetime. Join our guided trail rides with one of our equine family. Travel along the Sonoma Coast or atop the canyon hills for an experience you will never forget. What breathtaking views of scenic splendor accompanied by the horses we love and admire.
2660 Coast Highway One, Bodega Bay
Bodega Bay Kayak
Offering some of the best kayaking north of Monterey. Make it a day or just a couple of hours. We offer rental and sales of tandem and single kayaks. Whether the Estero Americano with rolling hills to guide you to the Pacific Ocean or a unique experience paddling around Bodega Bay joined by harbor seals, searays, otters or a variety of birds. Maybe a short trip down the lower Russian River with a bottle of wine and lunch is your speed. We offer many different rental venues to choose from. We also offer guided tours. Or if purchasing a boat sounds good, our staff can help you find a boat to fit your needs. Located at the blue whale shopping center on east shore drive in Bodega Bay or call us at (707) 875-8899 or bookings at (707) 875-3944
Gold Coast Kayak Rentals
Explore the pristine lower Russian River. Paddle from Duncans Mills to where the River and Pacific Ocean converge. We feature brand new top-of-the line Aquaterra Kayaks.
Surfing and Diving
Bodega Bay Surf Shack
Bodega Bay's Ocean Sport Headquarters. Take a bike ride to Bodega Head, cruise the beaches, kayak or windsurf on the bay or explore the dunes. We rent bikes, kayaks, surfboards, wetsuits and windsurfers! Surfing lessons available! Learn the pleasures of surfing with an experienced instructor. Also check out our latest selection of mens' and womens' casual clothing and beachwear. Please call now to reserve your adventure. Open 7 days a week. Also 24 hour Surf and Weather Info line.
Overlooking the Bay at Pelican Plaza, Bodega Bay
Bodega Bay Pro Dive
Full service dive center! Air fills - Scuba lessons - Equipment sales - Service featuring U.S. Divers equipment at competitive prices.
1275 Hwy 1, Bodega Bay
Bodega Bay Sailing Adventures
Take a 3 hour tour of Bodega Bay and see the area from a new perspective. Not fast…but always fun! Learn about our beautiful natural bay while looking at sea lions and possibly whales depending on the time of year. Our 33’ Ranger Sloop can take 4 people - minimum of two.