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Rents kayaks and leads tours, including at the Russian River's edge on Hwy 1 in Jenner.
Just north of town, this friendly outfit leads horseback expeditions along the coastline and the rolling inland hills...
If you want to get on the water, this easygoing one-stop shop has all kinds of rentals, lessons and good local information.
Beside the Sandpiper Cafe, this outfit organizes full-day fishing trips ($135) and whale-watching excursions (three hours adult/child $50/35). It also sells bait, tackle and fishing licenses...
Vintage-1920s Alistair MacKenzie–designed, par-36, nine-hole course.
North of town, fly through the redwood canopy on seven interconnected ziplines, ending with an 80ft-rappel descent; reservations required.
Canoe, kayak and paddleboat rental available. Beach admission is free, though closed in poor weather, and you can camp here.
The local source for fishing and river-condition information. Also rents kayaks ($35 to $55), canoes ($55) and fishing gear.
The gay, adults-only, party-scene swimming pool at the Triple R is free, provided you buy drinks. Bring your own towel. Bathing suits mandatory, but only because state liquor-license laws require them.
Flashback to 1948 at this impeccably kept retro-kitsch 36-hole miniature golf course, just south of the Hwy 116 bridge, with brilliantly painted obstacles, including T Rex and Yogi Bear...
Tranquility prevails at this Japanese-inspired spa, which indulges patrons with dry-enzyme baths of aromatic cedar fibers followed by a blanket wrap ($99), outdoor massages and lovely tea-and-meditation gardens...
Delivers bicycles, along with wine-tasting passes on request; discounts for multiday rentals.
You can’t beat Burke’s for a day on the river. Self-guided canoe and kayak trips include shuttle back to your car. Make reservations; plan four hours. Camping in its riverside redwood grove costs $10 per person.
Plug into the locavore food scene with culinary day trips, demo-kitchen classes or winemaker dinners.
Rents touring, racing and tandem bicycles. Great service.
Healdsburg's trend-defining culinary center leads classes and workshop on diverse topics related to food and sustainability, from seed-saving and bee-keeping, to home-brewing and kombucha-fermenting...
Rents hard-sided canoes and kayaks for self-guided river tours that include a shuttle.
Paddle a secluded stretch of river in quiet inflatable canoes, stopping for rope swings, swimming holes, beaches and birdwatching...
Guides spectacular morning vineyard cycling in Dry Creek Valley, followed by lunch and optional kayaking on Russian River ($150 to $175).
Rents bikes in downtown Healdsburg and guides multi-day Sonoma County tours.
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