Famous for its colony of harbor seals, lazing in the sun at the mouth of the Russian River. Noted for its mystical looking rock archway, as well.
Just south of the small town of Jenner, a boardwalk and trail leads out to a stretch perfect for tide-pooling and beachcombing.
A very pleasant beach with parking (but no other facilities), can be prone to riptides so swimmers should take care.
Small boats unload near this rocky headland in the morning. A good place to spot wildflowers in the spring.
Situated around a lagoon, with two miles of hiking and good waves for surfing.
Very easy to access; sheltered coves between rocky outcroppings.