KITE FLYING Bodega Bay is one of the great kite flying areas of the world. Visit Candy & Kites, just north on Coast Highway One, to gather supplies or purchase a one-of-a-kind kite and rediscover the joys of this simple, fun activity.
ZIP LINE WITH SONOMA CANOPY TOURS This experience will take you soaring through the air amidst redwood trees and enjoy nature from a different perspective. This high-flying experience allows you to glide effortlessly through the forest and take in the beauty of the Northern California Coastal Redwoods. Your guides will also educate you on the uniqueness of the eco-system and share interesting facts about the forest.
KAYAKING, CANOEING & SURFING Bodega Bay is a water sports paradise. Bodega Bay Kayak provides kayak rentals and leads popular guided bay and ocean tours. Canoe season on the Russian River runs from April through October, and there are many canoe rental shops conveniently located along the river. For surfers, Doran Beach and Salmon Creek are well-known hot spots and surfboard rentals are available at the Surf Shack in Bodega Bay.
THE LINKS AT BODEGA HARBOUR The Links are perched along the dramatic coast just south of the Lodge. The course is breathtaking in its natural beauty and features an award-winning design by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. Allow us to make a tee time for you.
DEEP SEA FISHING Both Fish On Bait and Tackle and the Boathouse offer memorable charter fishing trips from Bodega Bay. Depending on the season, most trips are in pursuit of shark, Dungeness crab and rock cod.
BEACHES There are several remarkable beaches along the Sonoma Coast. Doran Park Beach (immediately in front of the Lodge) is a beautiful, three-mile stretch of sandy beach and is a great place to pack a picnic, fly a kite, search for sand dollars or enjoy a casual stroll. The Sonoma Coast State Park comprises a series of sandy beaches that extend 17 miles from Bodega Head to Vista Trail to the north and can be accessed from more than a dozen points along Coast Highway One. Our favorites include Salmon Creek and Goat Rock Beaches.