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Bodega Head is always the first place I take out of town or out of state visitors. The ocean and white water views are amazingly gorgeous. You can follow a trail to the shore below or follow a pathway above. Many people bring chairs to...More
A bit of a drive to get out to the head but what great views. It was incredibly windy there. We didn’t have time for a hike but I’m sure that would have been lovely. If you like to hike along cliffs-this is your spot!...More
The lady at the visitor's centre said this was a must-see, so even though it wasn't on our The Birds to-do list, we drove across.
We're so glad we did, as the views along the coast were stunning, with impressive cliffs and lovely beaches.
We went to Bodega Head after dinner one evening in hopes of seeing the sunset. No luck on the sunset-it was too foggy. So we took a trail and hiked around the area. It was beautiful! All sort of wild flowers were visible, as well...More
The temps were headed into the mid nineties inland and we decided it was the perfect time to explore Bodega Head. The temps were in the low seventies with mild breeze when we arrived, perfect hiking weather. We parked in the lot up the unpaved...More
We had traveled from Napa to Bodega Bay for the express purpose of visiting this natural wonder. Upon arrival, it was very cold and the wind almost whipped us off the cliff. This is a very scenic location and, on a good day, provides a...More
Response from Jimksatx_11 | Reviewed this property |
Coming from the town heading out that way there was a few beaches before you got to the Head on the Bay Side and then on the Oceanside there were many children on the one beach down from the head there was a fairly steep... More
Coming from the town heading out that way there was a few beaches before you got to the Head on the Bay Side and then on the Oceanside there were many children on the one beach down from the head there was a fairly steep staircase that can be easily negotiated
Response from LIbertySpinner | Reviewed this property |
I did not take a dog that day and so did not look. In earlier times the dog was allowed on a leash. I think the trails are rather delicate now and much of the vegetation at the lower levels has blown away.
Response from sandycanna | Reviewed this property |
The parking lot has a few holes. But the viewing areas there are pretty easy and safe. There are trails on the hillside that power or beach wheel chairs could move on. But the view from the parking lot are real good.