Is it safe to kayak in Bodega Bay?
It is located in Bodega Bay and is a local favorite for safe beach play (several other beaches in Sonoma County are not safe for swimming). Kayakers are welcome to use the boat launch. Make a weekend out of it and enjoy a beach campsite.
Why is Lake Sonoma closed?
Lake Sonoma, which was closed under County of Sonoma order due to Covid-19 restrictions, has reopened, but sections of the park are still not accesible due to the residual effects of the Walbridge Fire, the drought and general maintenance issues. Boat access to the lake is via the Public Boat Ramp only.
Can you put a kayak in the water anywhere?
To get to the water, you have a legal right to carry your kayak along any public highway such as a public road or footpath. You may have a legal right to carry kayaks over private land to get to the beach, even if there is no footpath, but don’t expect the landowner to be happy about it.
Can you swim in Lake Sonoma?
While visiting Lake Sonoma you are welcome to swim almost anywhere you can safely enter and there are several coves on the shoreline where boats must limit speed to 5 mph. Please remember there are no lifeguards on duty at Lake Sonoma and swimming is at-your-own-risk.
Is Lake Sonoma closed due to fires?
Lake Sonoma boat-in campgrounds are open for reservation with the exception of those impacted by wildfires. … Liberty Glen campground is currently closed for maintenance until further notice.
Where can I kayak in Sonoma County?
Here is a quick list of paddling destinations throughout the region, courtesy of Sonoma County Regional Parks:
- Riverfront Regional Park – Windsor.
- Steelhead Beach – Forestville.
- Sunset Beach – Forestville.
- Doran Regional Park – Bodega Bay.
- Spring Lake Regional Park – Santa Rosa.
- Cloverdale River Park – Cloverdale.
Are Sonoma County beaches open right now?
Sonoma Coast beaches with parking areas to reopen. The county is under a shelter in place order that restricts unnecessary travel.
Does Lake Sonoma bathroom?
Lake Sonoma has 106 primitive campsites and two group-use campsites that are accessible by boat and/or trail only (no car access). Each site has a fire ring, picnic table and lantern holder. Restroom facilities are chemical vaults. … Lake Sonoma no longer offers first come, first served boat-in camping.