Welcome to the Russian River!
The Russian River is a vacation destination surrounded by ancient redwoods in the heart of Sonoma Wine Country just a few miles from the spectacular Sonoma Coast. The Russian River offers fine restaurants, lodging, wineries, activities, boutique stores, farmers markets and joins small eclectic towns including Guerneville, Forestville, Monte Rio, Rio Nido, and Duncans Mills. The Russian River meets the Bohemian Highway a few miles from Occidental and Freestone and joins the Pacific Ocean at Jenner, just North of Bodega Bay.
Holidays on the River
Celebrate the Holidays at the Russian River!
Russian River, California
The Russian River is the perfect place to celebrate the holidays.
Get the most from your visit to the Russian River:
Get some great last minute vacation deals for the holidays:
Russian River Lodging
Many of our Russian River restaurants serve holiday menus - call ahead for reservations:
Russian River Dining
Check out Things to Do at the Russian River:
Russian River Activities
Visit local wineries, we're in the heart of the Russian River Valley wine appellation:
Wine / Wineries
Get some fun holiday shopping done:
Russian River Shops
Check out all the Services, Arts,and Spas and more at the Russian River:
Russian River Services, Arts, Spas and More
View a full Calendar at the Russian River:
Russian River Calendar
Northern California's Applewood Inn offers world-class fine dining in their delightfully upscale restaurant. This Michelin Star Sonoma /Russian River Restaurant is highly regarded for its exquisite cuisine, soothing atmosphere, polished guest services, and its mellow earthy ambiance.
13555 Highway 116
Guerneville, CA 95446
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