A nice leisurely hike along Bodega Bay’s coast will bring you to Bodega Head. This spot is where the two edges of the Pacific Ocean and Bodega Bay meet. The headland juts out towards the ocean, making for amazing cliffside views. The Bodega Head is a breathtaking spot to enjoy a coastline picnic.
Right in the heart of the beautiful Doran Regional Park is Doran Beach. This wind-filled beach is perfect for winter camping, rugged windsurfing and other family-friendly beach fun. Sit back on the shoreline and marvel at the water lapping up to the fluffy sand or embark on a watersport adventure in the frigid waters.
Doran Beach, 355 Doran Beach Road, Bodega Bay, CA, USA +1 707 875 3540
These spectacular ancient rock formations have a history that goes back thousands of years. Legend goes that the smooth patches on the rocks were made by actual mammoths rubbing against them. Although it’s just local lore, we do know that Mammoth Rocks are definitely remnants from a coastline formation that is long gone. In order to see these natural wonders up close, it’s a pretty level four-mile walk along the cliffside. You may not see any real mammoths up close, but views of the rocks and beyond are absolutely marvelous.
Westside Regional Park
Westside Regional Park is the best of both worlds in Bodega Bay. This beautifully natural park is perfect for camping, boating, hiking and all around nature-loving, but it’s also right by the magnificent restaurants Bodega Bay has to offer. You can indulge in a lovely fine dinner while enjoying the beach waters and nature around you.
Westside Regional Park, 2400 Westshore Road, Bodega Bay, CA, USA +1 707 875 3540
Bird Watch Coastal Access Trail
Bird lovers and watchers will absolutely adore the Bird Watch Coastal Access Trail. This trail has naturally attracted sea birds such as egrets, jays, gulls and more, making it a prime spot for bird lovers. Bring your binoculars and camera to capture these creatures in their natural habitat. It’s a lovely walk along the coastline with breathtaking views of the bay and marsh.
Bird Watch Coastal Access Trail, 355 CA-1, Bodega Bay, CA, USA +1 707 875 3540