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More than 55 miles of dramatic Pacific coast create Sonoma County’s western border. While it’s a stunning drive, take a break with the 17 miles of beaches and coastal bluffs in Sonoma Coast State Park.
Savor the day at one of the many regional parks that dot the coastline. The Sonoma coastline is rugged, dramatic, and scenic – yet approachable. Relax at the beach for the day, take a hike, go camping, or enjoy a romantic picnic.
No matter what your speed for the day is, trails, beaches, and scenic overlooks will beckon you to get out and explore. But if you’re in the mood for an aquatic adventure, be sure to check out Sonoma County's safety tips for water activities.
Together, we can protect and preserve the beauty and natural resources of Sonoma County for generations to come. Check out our page on Sustainable Travel, and look over the Leave No Trace Seven Principles.
Embark on an iconic California road trip along the famous Highway 1. Exploring the more than 50 miles of dramatic Pacific coastline that forms Sonoma County's western border will take your breath away...
The Sonoma Coast's gorgeous 55 miles of beauty beckon to be explored, which takes time. Fortunately, the area boasts a wide array of unique and charming hotels and inns. Hike a bluff-top pathway...
Breathtaking California beaches, rugged coastline, the legendary Pacific Coast Highway (known as Highway 1 to locals), and picturesque villages — Bodega Bay, Jenner, Timber Cove, The Sea Ranch, and...
Places in the Coast & Sea Villages Region
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The Redwood Coast Visitors Center serves the Northern Sonoma and Southern Mendocino County coastal region. We carry abundant information about the local area and areas north and south for the en route…