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Main Street Station is located in the heart of downtown Guerneville. They serve pizza and Italian food. The pizzas are fairly good. Main Street Station features live music nightly. Usually these are jazz acts. But blues, folk, and pop are also presented. Their website has a list of upcoming acts. Typically a small cover charge is applied during the performance hours. Most performers will often have a tip jar readily available.
Main Street Station is an intimate setting for listening to live music. Having dinner while listening to live acts is nice. The Main Street Station is a great place to spend and evening in Guerneville.
Written Jul 12, 2008
Address: 16280 Main Street, Guerneville
Phone: (707) 869-0501
I doubt there's anywhere to get a rental car in Guerneville. If you're going to go around town, you can either walk, bike or drive a car. To get up and down the river, however, boats are the way to go! I've seen jet skis, but I think they're really obnoxious when there are swimmers and kayakers in the water...
You can rent canoes at Johnson's Beach. Or you can find a friend that has a boat or bring your own.
Updated Sep 9, 2003
Luggage and bags: No big bags required. A duffel with your weekend gear, or perhaps your backpack if you're going to camp. A "dry bag" if you plan on boating on the river and want to keep your camera, keys, extra clothes dry.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Sandals that you wont lose when you go in the water (such as Tevas).
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Sunscreen and mosquito repellant. And aloe, for when you get too much sun.
Photo Equipment: Whatever you'd like. There can be some really good bird watching, so a good telephoto would be great if you want to capture the birds on film. We saw what we think was an eagle, but there wasn't enough zoom on my camera to be sure.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: You can rent kayaks and canoes, but you can also bring your own. Towels, etc. you should bring for yourself.
Written Jul 25, 2004
Favorite thing: Kayaking is a good thing... exploring the Russian River by a kayak is really peaceful, good exercise and a heck of a lot of fun. If you're with friends it can get really goony and good.
Written Jul 16, 2003