Jenner Tours

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One of the advantages of a trip to Sonoma County wine country is that visitors can easily escape to the Pacific Coast. Charming and quiet Jenner is a great spot to set your sights on the water.

Jenner is where the Russian River empties into the Pacific Ocean. It’s a place that doesn’t know much about the day to day hustle and bustle that exists in busier spots not so far away. There’s a handful of inns and restaurants, but the attention in Jenner is really on what happens at the river’s mouth.

Many folks enjoy doing nothing more than taking in the view. If you want to be a little more active, rent a kayak and paddle around the estuary. The mouth of the river is a home and birthing spot for seals, and during pupping season you could have seals swimming next to your kayak.

Practical Info

Jenner is about a 90-minute drive from San Francisco, located on Highway 1 north of Bodega Bay. Beach access is at Goat Rock Road, south of town. If your car is getting low on gas, be sure to fill up at the station in Jenner. Depending on where you are headed, it might be the last gas station you see for a while.
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Address: Jenner, USA
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Guided Kayak Tour on Russian River

Paddle your way through California’s gorgeous wine country on a guided kayak tour. Paddle your way down the Russian River that winds through Sonoma County. Enjoy the leisurely pace that kayaking affords while soaking up the spectacular scenery. No experience is necessary, and you can choose to paddle in a single kayak or ride tandem with a friend or family member. The guided tour includes a gourmet picnic lunch.
  • Duration: 5 hours 30 minutes
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US$155.00
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  • Duration: 5 hours 30 minutes
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US$155.00

Fort Ross State Historic Park Walking Tour

Explore a historic Russian outpost with a 45 minute small-group walking tour of Fort Ross State Historic Park, and learn the fascinating story of the Native Alaskan, Kashia and Russian peoples who built this National Landmark. Follow your guide through the fort compound, and hear tales of California’s wild past as you visit a replica fur warehouse and period house. Take in ocean views from the scenic fort’s bluffs, learn about the area's marine ecology, and experience an extraordinary part of Russian history in the heart of Sonoma County.
  • Duration: 1 hour
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US$20.00
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  • Duration: 1 hour
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