Riverkeeper Stewardship Park

16153 Main St.
Guerneville, CA 95446
Description

If you want to wander among native trees and grasses, watch birds or gaze at the river, Riverkeeper Stewardship Park welcomes you. The address is 16153 Main Street, Guerneville, although the park is not visible from the street. The property is along the Northwest bank of the Russian River, and stretches from under the old Guerneville footbridge all the way under the Highway 116 bridge and a bit further upstream. Access is down a driveway located between Sonoma Nesting Co. and the town plaza. Parking is available near the entrance to the park. The park is open every day during daylight hours, and is free.

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Riverkeeper Stewardship Park

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