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Russian River, California - Tubing to Wine and Beer Tasting

Winding through the Sonoma County Wine Country, the Russian River is Northwestern California's summer playground for swimming, paddling, rafting, fishing, and outdoor adventure.. Sonoma County's ultimate vacation destination, this gem is surrounded by 76 miles of scenic coastline, majestic redwoods, wineries, and golf courses.
The Russian River's gingerly flow is ideal for tubing, rafting, canoeing, and kayaking. With several entrances to the river, Guerneville is a perfect place to jump into an expedition. Explore the area's eclectic shops and restaurants and try an India Pale Ale at the Russian River Brewing Company. Venture out to the vineyards in the Russian River Valley that put this region on the map. Just two hours from the San Francisco Bay area, escape the city, connect with nature, and soak in the serene setting along the Russian River. Russian River Adventures offers guided rafting tours through the redwoods and wineries.


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  • Russian River Jazz & Blues Festival
  • Sonoma County Hot Air Balloon Classic
  • Beerfest


  • Canoeing & Kayaking
  • Tubing
  • Dining
  • Wine Tasting
  • Golf
  • Shopping


  • Can I kayak the Russian River?

    Spanning 76 miles through Sonoma Wine Country, the Russian River is an ideal spot for kayaking and canoeing through beautiful redwoods. With seven regional parks along the river, adventures can kayak through Sonoma Wine Country May through September. Popular local outposts for rentals include Burke's Canoe Trips & Kayaks, Russian River Adventures, and Stand Up Paddle Odyssey. The Russian River also offers rafting, tubing, and paddleboarding.
  • How can I float on the Russian River?

    There's no better way to connect to nature than floating lazily down the Russian River in an inner tube. Plan a float trip along the Russian River in California through the heart of Sonoma County. The Russian River tubing route is a 2-mile stretch from Steelhead Beach to Sunset Beach in Forestville. Start by having two cars in your party and parking one at the start and one at the finish. You can rent a tube or raft from outposts in town or bring your own. For a day floating down the Russian River, its is recommended to bring ropes, coolers with food and drinks, sunscreen, hats, sunglasses, water shoes, and life jackets.

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