Side Trip: Somona Valley’s Russian River

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Here’s a great way to tour Sonoma Valley for the day — paddle down the Russian River in an inflatable canoe. Take the family, take the dog, or just take it easy and roll down the river with your feet up over the tubes … all for half the price. And if you’re staying over, scroll down for local hotel recommendations.

This eco-adventure takes place along the most secluded section of the Russian River, starting in Healdsburg, in Sonoma County. You can stop at swimming holes along the way and play on rope swings, or keep an eye out for owls, egrets, heron, osprey, kingfisher and ducks.

Russian River Trip

Here’s what’s included:

  • A SOAR inflatable canoe
  • Two paddles
  • Life jackets for all passengers
  • Dry bag to keep personal articles dry
  • Return shuttle from Wohler Bridge back to your car

DEAL: Russian River Paddle Trip in Inflatable Paddle Canoes — 50% Off – $5 – $25 (reg. $10 – $50) plus fees. Sign up with the ticket deal source to access this great price.

WHEN: Many upcoming dates available for (at this writing) but the offer tends to sell out and then return, so check back often.

WHERE: You’ll launch from the base of Memorial Beach Dam, near the Russian River Adventure office in Healdsburg, CA. A return shuttle will meet you at Wohler Bridge. Park free at the facility. (The deal page will take you to a map.)

STAYING OVER? Check out these recommended hotels in Healdsburg.

MORE SONOMA ACTIVITIES: A few more fun things to do in Sonoma Valley …

Comments

    • says

      Maria, follow the link to the source of this deal. They require sign up by email first (free, and you can always unsubscribe later.) If you don’t see the page for the Russian River paddle trip deal, make sure you’re on the San Francisco page, and then put “Russian” in the search box.

  1. James Galang says

    Is this a good deal? If so, how do I get there from San Jose, CA? Also, what should we bring to this trip if we go on the Russian River on inflatables? What should we bring? What should we wear? Why is there a price range? Your info is much appreciated. James

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