Bird Walk Coastal Access Trail

The Bird Walk Coastal Access Trail offers those interested in viewing wildlife a unique opportunity to see a new side of Bodega Bay.

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  • The Bird Walk Coastal Access Trail offers those interested in viewing wildlife a unique opportunity to see a new side of Bodega Bay. The Sonoma County Regional Parks Department has revitalized a salt water marsh adjacent to the Bird Walk that is home to thousands of birds throughout the year.

    Birdwalk Coastal Access contains 1.19 miles of trail that circles two ponds and offers coastal views along with excellent birding opportunities. After a brief rise from the parking lot, this gentle trail system has a gravel surface that is moderately accessible to wheelchairs. The Cheney Creek Bridge Trail connects Birdwalk Coastal Access to Doran Regional Park.

    Accessible features include gravel, wheelchair accessible trails. Open daily 7 a.m. to sunset.

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      • Accessible
      • Family friendly
      • Pet friendly
    • Easy One Mile Loop

      Quick stop along Highway 1 just before Bodega Bay from the south, this easy one mile loop is a good break to stretch your legs if driving up the coast. Bodega Head is better, but more out of the way...

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    • Few birds

      We were staying nearby so early one morning I drove over and walked the easy 1+ mile loop. Though there was little in the way of birds this day, I did enjoy watching a river otter making dive after...

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    • Nice walk

      Especially if is a windy day this is the place to take a nice relaxing walk- you can leave your room at the Lodge and walk a short distance down the hill to take this walk

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