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.
The Russian River Chamber of Commerce produces three major events for our community every year, which include the Stumptown Daze Parade, Guerneville July 4th Fireworks, and the Holiday Parade of Lights. While the chamber produces other small events as well, these three large community events are free to the public, and we believe they benefit our community by bringing residents and tourists together to enjoy and celebrate our area.
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The 20 craftsman-style cottages and the lodge are situated among beautiful vintage gardens and redwoods. Our cottages date back to the 1920s, yet have all the modern amenities. Some cottages have whirlpools tubs, others have wood-burning or gas fire places. Pet-friendly cottages are available as well. Fern Grove is the perfect “base camp” to explore the icons of the Russian River region, including Armstrong Redwood State Preserve, the Russian River Valley wine appellation and the Pacific Coast. Your stay includes complimentary use of our cruiser bicycles and a wine tasting passport to selected regional wineries.
16650 Highway 116
Guerneville, CA 95446
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