Bodega Bay Inn

1588 Eastshore Road, (at Highway One), Bodega Bay,
Branscomb's Bodega Bay Inn
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Travel Tips for Bodega Bay

Your "The Birds" Factology

by Callavetta

If you want to find all there is to know about the making of "The Birds" in Bodega Bay, http://www.innatthetides.com/birds.asp, is a good place to start.

Before you go, you might want to rent the movie!

A wet day watching the waves in Bodega Bay

by kymbanm

We wandered this way during a break in the storms .... dug some holes, scavanged for some shells, and watched from a distance as Previn proposed to my sis, Tish :)

This page is simply for the memories, I can't imagine writing tips here ... after all it was just a few cold and wet hours .... and great events.

Oh No, It's a .......Bird?

by tvdandy

"Kind of a letdown:("

I must admit, the only reason I came to this little town 40 miles north of San Francisco, is because I am a huge Alfred Hitchcock fan and I read in some website that their is quite a few buildings that was used in the movie 'The Birds' that are still there. Well, not really... only a few things, which I will describe in the 'Things to do' section. Overall, unless you are an absolute Hitchcock fanatic, not worth the while or the long, out of the way drive to get here. This opinion is if you just came to see 'The Birds' filming sights, like me.

Bodega Bay

by WulfstanTraveller

"Fog, Seafood, and the Ocean"

Bodega Bay is possibly most famous from the Hitchcock film The Birds, which was set and partly filmed here.

It has a smallish but good natural harbour created by Bodega Head and has thus long been a centre of fishing in the region. In fact, Bodega Bay is now the consolidated base for fishing and crab fishing on this entire stretch of the California coats, but unfortunately the fish and crab industries are troubled with depleted stock and price issues. Nevertheless, good, fresh seafood is still to be had and the area has a history of good seafood restaurants as a result of the fishing industry. I remember going to eat here as a kid and seeing the fish being hauled off the boats at the docks right next to the restaurant and while this atmosphere is not quite the same anymoe, one can still go buy fresh fish as well as eat at restaurants.

Bodega Bay is also the main settlement on the coast of Sonoma County, one of the area's blessings. The water is normally ice cold, but the beaches and coves are beautiful. While our weather in Sonoma County is not normally very hot compared to other parts of the state (except Cloverdale and the areas to the east), it can sometimes get pretty hot in the interior of the county during the summer. Luckily, if one wants to escape the heat and sun, one can just drive over to Bodega Bay for dinner or on the weekend and enjoy the cool, wet fog and sea breezes. Even if it is 90 degrees in Santa Rosa, for example, at the same time it's probably no more than 65 in Bodega Bay. It's an easy way to get refreshed.

Welcome to Bodega Bay

by 100ACRE

Welcome to Bodega Bay!

Bodega Bay is located about 70 miles north of San Francisco, on the shores of the Pacific Ocean. It's a lovely, quiet, typical fishing town and is considered an ideal point for whale watching mainly between December and April at Bodega Head, the peninsula that shelters the Bay.

By now I know you've heard that it was chosen as the location for one of the most famous films ever made by Alfred Hitchcock, "The Birds".

A great place to research your travel plans to Bodega Bay is to visit these websites:

Frommer's - their Bodega Bay pages
Trip Advisor - lots of reviews on Bodega Bay

Also helpful are...

Bodegabay.com
Sonoma County.com
Sonoma.com - Regional guide includes Bodega Bay
Russian River Travel.com - their Bodega Bay pages
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