Armstrong Redwoods National Park

armstrong redwoods

Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve, preserves 805 acres of majestic Coast Redwoods (Sequoia sempervirens). This natural sanctuary, cherished for its remarkable features, towering tress and revered by those seeking quiet reflection.  Many easy and hard hikes & horseback are available- free to walk in. Check out our 4-Night Vino & Armstrong or our 3-Night Family Zipline & Armstrong Redwoods Package!

Beekind Honey & Products

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Beekind is owned and operated by Doug and Katia Vincent. Doug is a hardworking and generous man with a love and admiration for bees. He has been beekeeping for almost a decade, and is always more than willing to talk about bees for hours on end. Katia is a creative and kind entrepreneur with big dreams and a bigger heart. She makes many of our handmade goods, including our treasured Lavender Infused Honey. They worship bees, and are active members of both the Sonoma County Beekeepers Associate and Partners for Sustainable Pollination. Come by today to this cute shop for tantalizing honey and gifts!

 

Bodega Bay Surf Shack

sunset coast

Enjoy a beautiful day on the water for kayaking right out Bodega Bay. Start out at slow as you would like. Perhaps enjoy a paddle board experience in the bay – view wildlife such as seals, fish, crab, various water fowl. Best of all – minimal boat traffic! Check out our – Taste of the Wine Country 3-Night Sonoma Coast Escape package! Trusted and liked by many!

 

Burkes Canoe Trips

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Enjoy the Russian River with a ten mile self-guided or guided canoe/ kayak trip through the majestic Redwoods.  Couples and families alike have enjoyed the river as a vacation destination for years with picnic spots, swim, sunbathe and fish along the stretch of beaches.  Enjoy the view of wildlife such as: Otter, Great Blue Heron, Osprey, Turtles and more.  All participants must be good swimmers and must sign a waiver.

Cheese

wine and cheese

For all of us that admire cheese the wine country is a fantastic place to pair fine wines with outstanding cheeses. Western Sonoma County’s distinctive, hand-crafted cheeses can be followed through the great Cheese Trail, which winds through about a hundred miles of canyons, pastures, and oak-covered hills, linking close to 30 farms and creameries.