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Guided Kayak Tour: Russian River or Jenner Coast
"Tour OptionsRussian River Kayak TourAfter a short instruction and safety talk at Memorial Beach your guide will launch you into the Russian River and share information about the local history of the Healdsburg area. As you paddle spot local wildlife such as snowy egrets and blue herons and enjoy the picturesque scenery and surrounding flora. The tour covers approximately 9 miles (14 km) and along the way stop at a small riverside beach for a picnic lunch and a quick dip in the water. The kayak tour concludes at Wholer Bridge one of the oldest bridges in the Russian River Valley
From $155.00
 
Fort Ross State Historic Park Walking Tour
"Over this hour long informative guided tour of Fort Ross you will learn about the Native Americans who lived on this land for centuries the Russians and Alaska Natives who built the settlement and about the American Ranch Era which followed the departure of the Russians. You'll also have the chance to see and learn more about the marine mammals off our coast.""""Take a small group walking tour of Fort Ross State Historic Park a Russian-era fort compound that has National Historic Landmark status. Discover why this magical place was such an important Russian Settlement."
From $10.00
 
Ziplining Adventure in Sonoma
"Tucked away in the scenic rolling hills of Sonoma County just north of San Francisco is one of the best ways to not just see but experience California’s iconic coastal redwoods. Your tour begins with fittings for all the necessary adventure equipment including harnesses helmets and gloves. Once you’re suited up your guides will inform you of everything you need to know in “ground school” before the sky-high journey begins.Step off the truck that brings you to the top of the mountain and take in the breathtaking view of hundreds of acres of redwood trees
From $99.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Fort Ross State Historic Park

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Point Reyes

Point Reyes National Seashore, in Marin County, is, by official records, the windiest and foggiest place on the Pacific Coast. Point Reyes National Seashore is about 50 km south to Fort Ross. Both...
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Beautiful Thistle in Spring

Watch your footing, but during the walk to the cove there are lovely wildflowers (don't pick them please) including the thistle pictured here.
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Things to Do Near Fort Ross State Historic Park

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Bella Vineyards & Wine Caves

Open Daily: 11 am to 4:30 pm (some holidays excepted) Tastings are Complementary The Tasting room is a charming cave where you can also get a first hand look at their winemaking process. The staff...
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Preston Vineyards

As you can see, we stopped off at quite a few wineries. This one is on short dirt road that winds around the vineyards until you get to the tasting room. They have a small picnic area that you can...
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Raymond Burr Vineyards and Winery

I wasn't too interested in stopping by this place but I thought I'd give it a chance. I should have followed my immediate instincts. This place is owned by the actor, Raymond Burr, who has been in...
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Dutcher Crossing Winery

A winery we saw along the way. We stopped in and was pleasantly surprised the wine was great. Nice setting. Located just outside of Healdsburg. We bought 4 bottles to take home. Open daily from...
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Sonoma Cutrer Winery

I recall Sonoma-Cutrer prior to its purchase by Brown-Foreman. This winery produces outstanding quality Chardonnays and Pinot Noirs using Sonoma County grapes. The vineyard designated oak barrel...
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Sonoma County Museum

The Sonoma County Museum is in the old Post Office. It is worth visiting for the building itself, which is gorgeous inside and out (and, for those familiar with Turkey, kind of resembles some...
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Top 5 Fort Ross State Historic Park Writers

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atufft

"19th Century Russian Claim on California Coastline"
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JLBG

"Failed attempt to build Russian America."
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WulfstanTraveller

"Farthest Outpost of the Russian Empire"
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jakesanderson

"Abalone dive anyone?"
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