Highway 1 and Goat Rock Road
Jenner, CA 95450
Description

South of Jenner is Blind Beach with a great view of the arched rock. It’s a long narrow beach that is great for beachcombing and fishing. About one mile south of the Russian River Bridge, turn onto Goat Rock Road. There is an upper parking lot with a steep narrow trail that descends to Blind Beach, but this lot is closed off sometimes. There are shoulder spots outside the parking lot for a few cars. The Kortum Trail begins from the road just south of the upper parking lot and follows the bluff south past the Sunset Boulders and Shell Beach on the way to Wrights Beach about three miles away. Dogs allowed on leash.

Amenities

Blind Beach

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