Bodega Head is the rocky headland that forms the entrance into Bodega Harbor. The harbor side provides a popular crabbing area along the jetty, and the many hiking trails on the ocean side allow access to small, sandy coves and spectacular scenic bluff top views. The high cliffs offer excellent vantage points for observing migrating gray whales. During whale migration, State Park Whale Watch Program docents are available to teach you about the magnificent cetaceans that visit our coast.
By dalycalifornia - on Dec 01, 2020
amazing views, great hike
Hike was lovely. Not grueling but interesting enough that it was fun and a bit of an exercise if you continue on all the paths.
Great spot to view. I think you should know all access to beaches in this area are tricky. Yes there are trails to beach but kinda steep and sandy. Some have rock steps and some are wood but you have...