33655 Geysers Rd.
Ranger Station: (707) 894-3184
Address above is not to be used for mail delivery to members.
Situated on the banks of the Russian River and surrounded by the wine country’s natural beauty, this is a popular place for kayaking, canoeing, rafting, trout fishing and swimming. The crystal-clear Russian River is the highlight of this preserve, offering a relaxing atmosphere to sit and gaze at its gently flowing water, read a book, or even doze off while listening to the birds sing. We have plenty of spacious campsites among our madrona, oak and pine trees. You are sure to enjoy the natural wildlife that call these beautiful surroundings home—deer, squirrels, raccoons and a large variety of birds, including the California quail, bluejays, woodpeckers and our favorite the wild turkeys!
Campsites: 125 power and water only, 10 tent
Rentals: 2 cabins.
Basketball court, beach, family center, horseshoe pits, kayaks, laundry facilities, nature trails, picnic area, river, volleyball court, Wi-Fi access.
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GPS Coordinates: N 38° 50' 43.78" W 123° 1' 9.30"; elevation is 436 feet.
From the south: Take Hwy. 101 north past Cloverdale. Take the Geysers Road Exit (3 miles north of Cloverdale’s last exit) and come back south 1 mile to the preserve on your right.
From the north: Take Hwy. 101 south and exit at Geysers Road (about 9 miles south of Hopland). The preserve is one mile ahead on your right.
Suggestion: Get directions at Google Maps.
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