Bodega Bay Coastal Excursion 2014


Bodega Head

Bodega Bay is a small fishing village located along California’s gorgeous coastline in Sonoma County. There’s plenty to do in this little town; activities include whale watching out on Bodega Head to kayaking, paddle boarding, hiking, cycling and much more. Walk along CA-1 and browse among the galleries and shops or enjoy the fresh catch of the day at one of the many fine restaurants and cafes.


whale watching-blowhole

Bodega Head begins the series of Sonoma Coast Beaches owned by the State of California. Take a ride along the coast and enjoy the spectacular views of the Pacific Coast; from the South to North starting at Pinnacle Beach to Salt Point Park with dramatic vistas, headlands, rocky shores, sandy beaches and a hilltop trails that overlook the ocean!

Bodega Bay was also used as the setting for Alfred Hitchcock’s famous film “The Birds” made in 1962. Many tourist come to Bodega and Bodega Bay to see the Potter Schoolhouse and the Tides Restaurant.

This short cycling adventure explores the quiet less traveled back roads of West Sonoma County. These two challenging routes will take you through the scenic landscapes with coastal redwoods, bay forests, oak studded grasslands and gorgeous ridge top views! Enjoy the breathtaking vistas along the rugged Sonoma Coast Coastline and its beautiful beaches along the roller coaster cruise on Hwy 1-it’s a must do!

Our fixed based cycling camp was at Porto Bodega Marina & RV Park at 1500 Bay Flat Rd in Bodega Bay.


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