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Russian River Inns: Locator Map

Locate Russian River & Sonoma Wine Country Inns on the above map. Click each ICON for detailed information and links. Please note that the inns in the town of Sonoma are not near the Russian River … though they are in the fabulously famous Sonoma Valley!

Cloverdale Lodging

Wine Garden Inn
formerly: Vintage Towers
www.winegardeninn.com

Old Crocker Inn
www.oldcrockerinn.com

Occidental Lodging

Inn at Occidental
www.innatoccidental.com

Healdsburg Lodging

Bella Luna Inn
www.bellalunasonoma.com

Camellia Inn
www.camelliainn.com

Haydon Street Inn
www.haydon.com

The Raford Inn
www.rafordinn.com

River Belle Inn
www.riverbelleinn.com

Forestville Lodging

Case Ranch Inn
www.caseranchinn.com

Guerneville Lodging

Fern Grove Cottages
www.ferngrove.com

Santa Nella House
www.santanellahouse.com

Sonoma Orchid Inn
www.sonomaorchidinn.com

The Woods – Russian River Hotel
www.russianriverhotel.com

Sebastopol Lodging

Avalon Luxury Inn
www.avalonluxuryinn.com

Sonoma Lodging (not near Russian River)

Cottage Inn & Spa
www.cottageinnandspa.com

Hidden Oak Inn
www.hiddenoakinn.com

FEATURED RUSSIAN RIVER LODGING
– click the tiles below to visit each inn’s website –

sonoma wine country bed and breakfast boutique hotel
sonoma wine country bed and breakfast boutique hotel
sonoma wine country bed and breakfast boutique hotel
sonoma wine country bed and breakfast boutique hotel
sonoma wine country bed and breakfast boutique hotel
sonoma wine country bed and breakfast boutique hotel

ABOUT THE RUSSIAN RIVER

The Russian River, a southward-flowing river, drains 1,485 square miles of Sonoma and Mendocino counties in Northern California. It is the second-largest river (after the Sacramento River) flowing through the nine-county Greater San Francisco Bay Area, with a mainstem 110 miles long.

The Russian River springs from the Laughlin Range about 5 miles east of Willits in Mendocino County. It flows generally southward to join the East Fork Russian River just below Lake Mendocino.

From there the Russian River flows south, past Ukiah and Hopland, and crosses into Sonoma County just north of Cloverdale. Closely paralleled by U.S. Route 101, it descends into the Alexander Valley. After it makes a series of sweeping bends, the river turns westward, where it is spanned by the Wohler Bridge, and it is joined by Mark West Creek north of Forestville, followed by Green Valley Creek to the south. The river passes Rio Nido and Guerneville. In that area, State Route 116 parallels the river, bordering it past Guernewood Park and Monte Rio.

Highway 1 crosses over the river before it flows into the Pacific Ocean between Jenner and Goat Rock Beach. The Russian River estuary is recognized for protection by the California Bays and Estuaries Policy. The mouth is about 60 miles north of the San Francisco Bay's Golden Gate bridge.

The lower Russian River is a popular spring, summer, and fall destination for navigation and recreation. It is very safe at that time for swimming and boating, with a gentle current. The river can be dangerous in the winter, with swift current and muddy water.

Complete details on Wikipedia:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russian_River_(California)