Sonoma County Guide to Pools, Rivers, Lakes and Boat Rentals

FOR COVID UPDATES, please CALL before going to get the most up-to-date rules, hours, days of operation, etc.

Summer is all about playing in the water... in our rivers, lakes and swimming pools. The MOST IMPORTANT thing to know is how to SWIM...so if you don’t know yet - take lessons or use a life vest for safety. Many public pools offer SWIM LESSONS

Sonoma County Regional Parks partners with city recreation departments to offer the “Vamos a Nadar/Let’s Go Swimming” program (Due to the Covid-19 health emergency, the Vamos a Nadar program is on hold). The program offers low-cost bilingual swim lessons to children and water-safety training to parents. For more information and to register, call 707-565-8034.

If we have missed any - please let us know and well update our Resource Guide – email to: editor@sonomacountygazette.com ~ THANK YOU

PUBLIC SWIMMING POOLS

CLOVERDALE

YMCA Cloverdale Pool Extension, 205 West First Street, Cloverdale

707-545-9622 x3126, scfymca.org

Cloverdale Pool FAQ: scfymca.org/clientuploads/PDFs/Cloverdale_Pool_2020_FAQ.pdf

Wednesday-Sunday 12:00-7:00pm divided as follows: FAMILY SWIM: 2:00-2:00pm and 2:20-4:20pm, LAP SWIM: 4:30-5:30pm and 5:40-6:40pm. Family Swim Pass: $10, Adult Swim Pass: $5, Youth Swim Pass: $4, Senior (55+) Swim Pass: $4, Y Members: Free

HEALDSBURG

Healdsburg Swim Center, 360 Monte Vista Ave., Healdsburg (on High School campus)

Pool: 707-431-3613 - Parks and Rec: 707-431-3301

healdsburgparksandrec.org/254/Aquatics-Programs

Public Swim 1-4 Daily, through Labor Day Weekend. Kids 3+ and Seniors $3, Adults $4. Call or click on this link for a PDF of swim lessons and complete schedule.

PETALUMA

Synergy Health Club, 1201 Redwood Way, Petaluma

707-766-8080, synergyhealthclub.org/

Summer swim lessons offered, group, private, and semi-private. Discounted price for club members. https://synergyhealthclub.org/aquatics-at-synergy-health-club/

Cavanaugh Recreation Center, 426 8th at G Street, Petaluma

707-778-4536, cityofpetaluma.net/parksnrec/pet-swim.html

Outdoor heated (88 degrees) pool, run by the City of Petaluma Parks and Rec Dept. Youth Programs Run: June 4 – Sept. 27 Closed July 4. Public swim through Sept 4, Mon-Sat 1-4 Closed Sunday Fees: Adult $5, Seniors $4, Youth and non-swimmer $2 Call for swim lessons and Aqua Zumba schedules.

Petaluma Swim Center, 900 E. Washington St. Petaluma

707-778-4410m, cityofpetaluma.net/parksnrec/pet-swim.html

The Swim Center has a 50-meter heated outdoor pool and a heated wading pool from 2-3 feet deep. The complex includes heated showers, dressing rooms, a large deck and picnic areas. It is run by the City of Petaluma Parks and Rec Dept. Check website for schedule & Fees: Call for lap swimming, swim lessons and Aqua Zumba schedules, and specific dates and time for holidays.

RIO NIDO

Rio Nido Roadhouse - Swimming Pool, 14540 Canyon Two Rd., Rio Nido (off River Rd.)

707-869-0821, rionidoroadhouse.com

The summer pool season begins over the Memorial Day Weekend and lasts through Labor Day Weekend–unless unusually warm or cold weather changes the dates. During the day, a lifeguard is always on duty. Concurrently, the outside Snack Bar opens with its own more casual and kid-oriented menu. The pool is open daily at 11:30 AM and closes at 6:00 PM except Saturdays, and during special events, the pool will close earlier, generally around 5:30 PM. Daily and Full Season Passes are available as well as Punch Passes (10 swims at a bargain rate). Water Aerobics: Instructor, Maureen Hulsmann Sat & Sun 10a, Mon 5:30p, Tu - Th 9:30 a

ROHNERT PARK

Benicia Pool, 7469 Bernice Ave., Rohnert Park

707-795-7582, rpcity.org for a complete schedule.

Open June thru Aug. Pool heated to 81 degrees, and a one-meter diving board. Operated by the Rohnert Park Parks and Rec Dept.

Honeybee Pool, 1170 Golf Course Dr., Rohnert Park

707-586-1413, rpcity.org for complete rates and schedule.

Operates year round. Outdoor heated pool with a one-meter diving board. Lap swim sessions are offered year-round as well as water exercise classes. Run by the Rohnert Park Parks and Rec Dept.

Magnolia Pool, 1501 Middlebrook Way., Rohnert Park

707-795-8619, rpcity.org for complete rates and schedule.

Open for the summer from June thru August. Pools are available for limited private rentals for parties and picnics. Please call the Sports & Fitness Center at 588-3488 weekdays between 11:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. for available dates and times. Rohnert Park Swimming Pools & Programs

SANTA ROSA

Finley Aquatic Center, 2060 West College Ave., Santa Rosa

707-543-3760, ci.santa-rosa.ca.us or santarosarec.com

State-of-the-art swim facility run by the Santa Rosa Parks and Rec Dept. features outdoor heated pool. Recreation swim - Check website for schedule& fees. Children 2-17, Seniors, and Disabled.

Ridgway Swim Center, 455 Ridgway Ave., Santa Rosa

707-543-3421, ci.santa-rosa.ca.us or www.santarosarec.com

Outdoor heated pool, also run by the Santa Rosa Park and Rec Dept. features waterslide, mushroom, and tumble buckets. Check website for schedule & fees. Adults, Children 2-17, Seniors, and Disabled. Fall Schedule will continue recreation swim on weekends.

Sonoma County Family YMCA, 1111 College Ave., Santa Rosa

707-545-9622, scfymca.org for schedule and rates

Indoor heated pool open year-round. Family swim: Mon-Fri 2:30-4:55p; Sat 1:30-4:30, Sun 2:30-5. $10 for 2 adults plus children in family.

SEBASTOPOL

Ives Pool, 7400 Willow Street, Sebastopol

707-823-8693, ivespool.org

All swims and classes are currently by reservation only. Please make sure to use our online booking system to reserve your slot. Our schedule will be released 15 days at a time until further notice. Make sure to join our mailing list to receive updates.

SONOMA VALLEY

Calistoga Community Pool, 1745 Washington St., Calistoga

707-942-2846, ci.calistoga.ca.us

The Calistoga Community Pool is open seasonally from April-September. The facility includes a shallow, gradual entry pool with aquatic playground equipment, as well as a 6 lane lap pool with a diving board. Picnic tables and lounge chairs are available on a first come first serve basis. Call or email us recreation@ci.calistoga.ca.us. For the latest pool information "like" us on Facebook!

Morton’s Warm Springs - Temporarily Closed, 1651 Warm Springs Rd., Glen Ellen

707-833-5511

mortonswarmsprings.com

2 Geothermal Mineral Swimming Pools • Wading Pool • Shower & Changing Rooms • Creekside Picnic and BBQ Sites • Lawn Games, Ping-Pong, Beach Volleyball • 20 acres. MORTON'S WARM SPRINGS WILL REMAIN CLOSED FOR 2020. We expect to reopen again next spring, in May of 2021.

Sonoma Aquatic Club, 7350 Vailetti Drive, Aqua Caliente

707-939-8833, sonomaaquaticclub.com

A private membership pool open year-round for swimming lessons water aerobics, training and recreational swimming featuring the Hot Springs mineral water in each of our pools. RESERVATION REQUIRED | FOR CURRENT SAC MEMBERS ONLY AT THE SCHEDULED TIME. RESERVE NO EARLIER THAN EXACTLY 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE

WINDSOR

Windsor Pool – Windsor Senior Center, 9231 Foxwood Dr., Windsor

707-838-1250, townofwindsor.com/323/Aquatics

Outdoor therapeutic pool, (85-88 degrees) For seniors 55+ & their grandchild. Children only allowed the first hour of open swim. Open Swim for Seniors: Check website for schedule. Adult must be present. The modified pool hours and pool guidelines are posted outside of the Senior Recreation Center and can be viewed by clicking this link CLICK ME FOR SCHEDULE. These hours of operation are subject to change. Reservations for Senior Aquatic Programs will open Monday July 6 at 11:00 AM and are required for all Senior Aquatic programs due to limitations in capacity to maintain COVID-19 physical distancing. To reserve a space for Senior Lap Swim, Senior Open Swim, or Senior Water Fitness, you may sign into your existing account or create a new account at either website: bit.ly/wsrcpoolregistration or townofwindsor.perfectmind.com log in, click “Activities” in the upper left and look under the Aquatic section.

LAKES, RIVERS & BEACHES

Doran Beach, Sonoma County Regional Parks, Bodega Bay
Doran Beach, Sonoma County Regional Parks, Bodega Bay

BODEGA BAY

Doran Regional Park, 201 Doran Beach Rd., Bodega

707-875-3540, parks.sonomacounty.ca/gov

A Sonoma County Regional Park with Bodega Bay access. Open daily, dawn to dusk. $7 per vehicle. FREE with park pass. Swimming (no lifeguard), boating, camping, picnic areas. 2-mile stretch of sandy beach, a popular place for visitors to picnic, build sand castles, fly kites, surf, fish and stroll. A rock jetty at the harbor mouth provides access for fishing, crabbing and exploring sea life. The boat launch can accommodate up to 20-foot boats. A parking lot is located adjacent to the launch and can handle 30 vehicles with trailers.

Westside Regional Park, 2400 Westshore Rd., Bodega Bay (One-half mile from Spud Point Marina)

707-875-3540, parks.sonomacounty.ca/gov

A Sonoma County Regional Park with Bodega Bay access. Open daily, dawn to dusk. $7 per vehicle. FREE with park pass. No swimming. The park is ideal for fishing, with its boat launch and fish-cleaning station. A large vehicle and boat parking lot is located adjacent to the launch. Picnic tables and restrooms are on-site. The park is near stores and tackle shops. Marine fuel may be purchased at Spud Point Marina. Dogs allowed on leash.

• CLOVERDALE

Cloverdale River Park, 31820 McCray Road, Cloverdale

707-433-1625 Ranger Phone, parks.sonomacounty.ca/gov

Sonoma County Regional Park with Russian River access. Open Daily 7a - sunset. $7 parking fee - Free with Park Pass. Beach area. No lifeguards. Seasonal launch canoes and kayaks. No formal facility. Picnic area w/BBQs. Paved, wheelchair accessible trails and group picnic areas. No fires or barbecues allowed on the beach. Dogs allowed on leash.

• FORESTVILLE

Steelhead Beach Regional Park, 9000 River Road, Forestville

707-565-2041, parks.sonomacounty.ca.gov

A Sonoma County Regional Park with Russian River access. Open daily, 7a-sunset, $7 parking fee or Free wit a park pass. Swim at your own risk, no lifeguard on duty. Small craft boat launch. Picnic area with BBQs. ADA access to developed areas, group picnic areas, path to the Russian River.

Forestville River Access ( Mom's Beach ), 10584 River Dr., Forestville

707-433-1625 Ranger Phone, parks.sonomacounty.ca.gov/

Open 7a and closes 1/2 hr. before sunset. No alcohol. Free parking. There are no lifeguards at this beach, so please wear a life vest and take other safety precautions if entering the river. The small parking area fills quickly in summer months, and overflow parking is not available. Dogs allowed on leash.

Sunset Beach River Park, 11060 River Rd. Forestville

707-433-1625 Ranger Phone, parks.sonomacounty.ca/gov

Open 7a- 1/2 hr before sunset. Fires of barbecuing allowed in designated picnic area near the parking lot/trailhead. $7 parking.

Regional Parks also resumes its seasonal Russian River safety patrol on Memorial Day weekend. The patrol is a roving team of bilingual lifeguards and rangers who visit Steelhead, Sunset, Riverfront, and Forestville River Access beaches Fridays through Mondays. They fit visitors with loaner life vests, which are strongly recommended on the river, and talk with beachgoers about water safety. Visitors are urged to practice extreme caution this year as the river is flowing faster than usual, and environmental conditions, such as snags and drop-offs, may have changed considerably due to winter floods. Dogs allowed on leash.

• GUERNEVILLE

Johnson’s Beach and Resort, 16215 First St., Guerneville

707-869-2022, johnsonsbeach.com

BEACH (weather permitting) June 19 to September 20, Roped off kid’s swim area. No lifeguard. Rentals of canoes, kayaks, inner tubes, beach chairs, and umbrellas, plus a kiddie pond and snack bar with beer and wine.

• HEALDSBURG

Healdsburg Veterans Memorial Beach, 13839 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg

707-433-1625 Ranger Phone, parks.sonomacounty.ca.gov/Visit/Healdsburg-Veterans-Memorial-Beach/

A Regional Park with Russian River access. Open daily, 7a-sunset. $7 parking fee - Free with Park Pass. Beach area with a lifeguard on duty July through Labor day. Picnic area with BBQs. OFC Phone: 707-565-2041,

JENNER & North Coast

Jenner Visitors Center Boat Ramp, 10451 CA-1, Jenner

707-875-9757, http://dbw.ca.gov/BoatingFacilities/Details/1351

Owned by the state of California and run by the parks department, this launching area has a visitors center and leads into the Russian River. Free small craft boat launch. Restrooms.

Gualala Point Regional Park  Gualala, CA
Gualala Point Regional Park Gualala, CA

Gualala Point Regional Park, 42401 Coast Hwy 1, Gualala (1 mile south of town)

707-785-2377 Ranger Station, www.parks.sonomacounty.ca/gov

Open daily sunrise to sunset, parking $7, buses and trucks more, FREE with park pass. Dogs OK on leash and with rabies certificate. Day use & camping. Located adjacent to Gualala River with sandy beaches and fishing. Visitors center

Stillwater Cove Regional Park, 22455 Hwy 1, Jenner

707-847-3245, parks.sonomacounty.ca/gov

Open daily, dawn to dusk. $7 per vehicle. FREE with park pass. Small beach (no lifeguard) with boat launch open year-round for small boats and kayaks. Popular with scuba and abalone divers. A portage to the Cove and the ocean is within a short walking distance of the launch. The campground is open. Reservations are required. First-come, first-served sites are not available and same-day, drop-in camping is not allowed. Please visit our Covid-19 Parks Status Updates page for more information.

MONTE RIO

Monte Rio Public Beach, 20400 Bohemian Highway, Monte Rio

707-865-2487, mrrpd.org

Park open year-round, daily dawn to dusk. Beach area, no lifeguard. Dog friendly. Concession stand and boat rental summer hours: daily 11-6. (Hours and days will begin to scale back after school starts.) Beach Rental Phone to confirm availability: 707-865-0400 Kayak and canoe rentals start at $10-$13/hr. Day rate $25-$30/hr. Tubes and chairs also available. Lola’s concession stand features hot dogs, Mexican food, cold drinks and more.

Monte Rio Public Beach, Monte Rio CA
Monte Rio Public Beach, Monte Rio CA

• PETALUMA

Petaluma Marina, 781 Baywood Drive, Petaluma

707-778-4489, cityofpetaluma.net

Boat Launch Day Use & Season passes available. No fee for kayak and canoe put-in. The waters of the Petaluma Marina are part of the Petaluma River, a channel that runs fourteen miles from the north end of Petaluma to the San Pablo Bay. The river is enjoyed for its excellent boating, fishing, and water skiing.

Petaluma River Turning Basin, 781 Baywood Drive, Petaluma

(located next to the Boat Launch, between Hwy 101 overpass and the Sheraton Hotel) 707-778-4489, cityofpetaluma.net

Free small boat and kayak launch

Black Point Boat Launch, 200 Harbor Drive, Novato

marincountyparks.org/parkspreserves/parks/black-point-boat-launch

Open sunrise to sunset.. Located in Novato, Marin County, off Hwy 37, just under Petaluma River Bridge. Popular 2-acre Marin County park features single-lane boat launch for motorized and non-motored boats on to the Petaluma River.

SANTA ROSA

Spring Lake Regional Park, 393 Violetti Rd. entrance to access swimming

5585 Newanga Ave. entrance to access campgrounds and/or boat launch ($4.) rentals

707-539-8092 Spring Lake Park Office, parks.sonomacounty.ca.gov

A Sonoma County Regional Park located between Annadel State Park and Howarth Park. Open daily, 7a - sunset. $7 parking fee. Free with Park Pass. Swimming lagoon with sandy beach and concession stand. Lifeguard on duty Memorial through Labor Day. Rental service begins May 27 open daily thru the summer and weekends in the fall. Paddleboards, kayaks, canoes and pedal boats. $12 per hr. Water Park with inflatable playground features bounce islands, bridges, climbing cliffs, trampoline, balance beam and more. All day admission is $10 per person, season pass $60. Open Memorial day - Labor day.

SONOMA

Hudeman Slough Boat Launch, 28020 Skaggs Island Rd., Sonoma

707-539-8092, parks.sonomacounty.ca.gov

Access to San Pablo Bay. The dock is temporarily closed due to maintenance needs. A reopening date will be posted here once funding for repairs becomes available. Get the project details>>http://sonomacounty.ca.gov/Parks/Planning/Hudeman-Slough-Boat-Launch/. Hudeman Slough Boat Launch is located in the Carneros region of southeastern Sonoma County and provides paddlers access to the tidal waterways that link to San Pablo Bay. The remote site is owned by the state Department of Fish and Wildlife and managed by Sonoma County Regional Parks. The launch can accommodate non-motorized boats up to 24 feet long. The parking lot has 20 parking spaces.

LAKE SONOMA

Milt Brandt Visitor’s Center, 3333 Skaggs Springs Rd., Geyserville

2 miles from Public Boat Launch and Marina

707-431-4533, lakesonoma.org

Exhibits explain the cultural and natural history of the Dry Creek Valley. Campfire programs, Junior Rangers, water safety programs, and tours of the fish hatchery are some of the audiovisual and ranger-led programs offered at the visitor center. Horseback riding and archery. Open daily 9-4p. Fish Hatchery closes at 3:30. Call to confirm hours open.

Yorty Creek Recreation Area, Off Hot Springs Road accessible by car from Cloverdale.

For Directions: ohranger.com/lake-sonoma/poi/yorty-creek-recreation-area

A nice family area for picnicking, swimming, bank fishing, and picnics. Facilities include chemical toilets, free sheltered picnic areas, a car-top boat launch (no trailers allowed), and a swim beach. Sorry no drinking water is available at Yorty Creek. Yorty Creek is managed as a day use area. Boat-in campers wishing to launch and park overnight at Yorty Creek must check in with the visitor center and obtain a parking permit to avoid receiving a citation. Swim at your own risk, as there is no lifeguard on duty and please keep an eye on your children. Sorry, no glass or dogs allowed on the swim beach.

Lake Sonoma Marina, 4200 Marina Rd., Geyserville

707-433-2200, lakesonoma.com

Open year round. Swimming, Dry Camping, Picnic areas. Canoe, kayak, ski boats, fishing boats for rent. Summer Hours: Sunday - Thurs: 8am - 6pm; Fri. & Sat 8-7p. 2 Public Boat launches.

Windsor

River Front Regional Park, 7821 Eastside Rd. Healdsburg (But closer to Windsor)

707-433-1625 Ranger Phone, parks.sonomacounty.ca.gov/

Open 7a-sunset, $7 per vehicle or free with park pass. No Swimming. The park features two beautiful lakes for fishing, kayaking, canoeing and stand-up paddling. A 2-mile trail loops around the larger lake, Lake Benoist, with a short spur to a small beach on the Russian River. A .5-mile trail winds through a majestic grove of coast redwoods. The redwood forest also features one of Regional Parks' largest and loveliest group picnic areas with a large barbecue, a volleyball area, and a horseshoe pit.

CANOES, KAYAKS, BOATS & FLOAT RENTALS

Don’t have a boat of your own? here’s a list of places you can rent one for the day. Make sure you wear your life vest - especially if you can’t swim!

River's Edge Kayak and Canoe Trips, Russian River, Healdsburg
River's Edge Kayak and Canoe Trips, Russian River, Healdsburg

LAKE SONOMA

Lake Sonoma Marina, 4200 Marina Rd., Geyserville

707-433-2200, lakesonoma.com

Open year round. Swimming, Dry Camping, Picnic areas. Canoe, kayak, ski boats, fishing boats for rent. Summer Hours: Sunday - Thurs: 8am - 6pm; Fri. & Sat 8-7p. 2 Public Boat launches.

HEALDSBURG

River’s Edge Kayak and Canoe Trips, 1 Healdsburg Avenue, Healdsburg

707-433-7247, riversedgekayakandcanoe.com

Kayak and canoe rentals. Overnight trips and package trips combined with camping available. Shuttle provided. Call and/or visit website for details. (at Healdsburg Memorial Bridge)

Russian River Adventures, 20 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg

707-433-5599, russianriveradventures.com

Rent deluxe inflatable SOAR canoes for full or half day trips from Memorial Bridge downstream. Return by shuttle. Open daily in summer. All weekends and most weekdays through October. Call and/or visit website for rates and reservations. Dogs welcome on full day trips!

SANTA ROSA

Howarth Park – Lake Ralphine Boats, 630 Summerfield Rd. Santa Rosa

Boathouse: 707-543-3424, srcity.org

Open daily through 08/11 M-Th 11-5 Sat & Sun 11-5 closed Friday. Fall schedule (after 08/11) Open Fri & Sat 11-5 through 10/28. Boat Launch fee $2. Canoe rentals start at $10/hr, kayaks $5/hr. Paddleboats, standup paddleboards and sailboats also for rent. Classes Available. Visit website for year-round schedule.

PETALUMA

Clavey Paddlesports, 409 Petaluma Blvd. South, Petaluma

707-766-8070, clavey.com

Paddleboard Rentals Only – No Kayak Rentals At This Time. Call or visit website for complete selection to rent and for sale. Classes and tours at Turning Basin site.

BODEGA BAY

Bodega Bay Kayak @ The Surf Shop, 1400 Hwy 1 (Pelican Plaza), Bodega Bay

707-875-3944, bodegabaykayak.com, bodegabaysurf.com/

It's a great time for kayaking in the bay or esteros. Text or call Bob at 707-875-8899 to set up your next kayak adventure! Single and double recreational kayaks & SUP paddleboards for rent - instruction available. Self or guided tours in the bay and estuaries.

JENNER

WaterTreks Eco Tours, 10438 Hwy 1, Jenner by the Sea, Jenner

707-865-2249, watertreks.com

Russian River & Sonoma Coast. Specializing in the wildlife rich estuary where the river meets the waves in the heart of Sonoma Coast State Park and The Greater Farallones Sanctuary Managed Marine Recreation Area. Masks & Reservations Required. Covid -19 Social Distancing Time Slots. Call for Reservations. Visit website for Tour, Rental, and Instruction Info. Activities support “The Living Classrom Project” and “Sonoma Coast Watch”

GUALALA

Adventure Rents on the Gualala River, Mill Bend Rd., Gualala

707-884-4386, adventurerents.com

Single and tandem kayak and canoe rentals for self-guided 2-hour paddles, a 2-4 hr ‘half day’ with time to picnic, swim and explore or a full day river adventure. Kid and pet friendly, groups of all ages and skill levels. Call and/or visit website for rates and reservations.

FORESTVILLE

Burkes’ Canoe and Kayak Trips, 8600 River Rd., Forestville

707-887-1222, burkescanoetrips.com

Open daily late May through mid-October. Burke’s is a ten mile self-guided canoe trip through the Redwoods. You can comfortably do this trip in approximately 3 ½ hours, actual canoeing time. However, most people picnic, swim, sunbath, etc. and are usually out close to 4 or 5 hours. See wildlife. Enjoy warm sunny beaches. Return by shuttle. $40 per kayak, $60 per canoe. Overnight camping. Visit website for details. Call for reservations.

GUERNEVILLE

Johnson’s Beach and Resort, 16215 First St., Guerneville

707-869-2045, johnsonsbeach.com

Open from Mid May to Oct.1st, Daily 10-6

All boat rentals include paddles and/or lifejackets and are available for $50 per day/single kayaks are $40 per day. We are no longer offering hourly rentals due to sanitization requirements related to Covid-19. Reservations are now required. Please book your visit from the ‘beach’ tab.

King’s Sport and Tackle, 16258 Main St., Guerneville

707-869-2156, kingsrussianriver.com

Open 7 days a week May - Oct 8-6p. Open M-Th & Sun 8-6, Fri & Sat 8-7 during winter.

If you’re looking for some outdoor fun, we’re your one-stop-shop in West Sonoma County. Located in Downtown Guerneville, King’s has got what you need, from bicycle supplies to seasonal apparel to sporting goods. We also provide a variety of services and supplies, including: kayak rentals, camping supplies, fishing gear sales and rentals, hunting gear, inflatables and much more!

MONTE RIO

Monte Rio Public Beach, 20400 Bohemian Highway, Monte Rio

707-865-2487, mrrpd.org

Park open year-round, daily dawn to dusk. Beach area, no lifeguard. Dog friendly. Concession stand and boat rental summer hours: daily 11-6. (Hours and days will begin to scale back after school starts.) Beach Rental Phone to confirm availability: 707-865-0400 Kayak and canoe rentals start at $10-$13/hr. Day rate $25-$30/hr. Tubes and chairs also available. Lola’s concession stand features hot dogs, Mexican food, cold drinks and more.

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