Monday, July 20, 2009
Sonoma Coast State Beach
Sonoma Coast State Beach consist of about 16 miles of Northern California coastline. The weather here is usually mild to cold with lots of wind and fog.
During the summer months, the morning fog usually burns off to create pleasant, sunny afternoons.
Even during the summer, its wise to dress for the possibility of wet, cold weather. Activites include fishing,
camping and hiking.
During the summer months the Jenner Visitor Center is open on weekends. Learn about the natural and cultural history of area while enjoying a spectacular view of the Russian River.
Camping—Wright’s Beach Campground has 30 developed sites near the beach. No shower facilities are available. At Bodega Dunes Campground, 98 developed sites have restrooms, a campfire center, hot pay showers and a RV sanitation station. Advance reservations are advised.
From June through September, camping stays are limited to 10 consecutive days and a total of 30 days annually. Sonoma Coast State Beach Bodega Bay, CA 94923