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Jenner is a very small town overlooking the mouth of the Russian River in California. What you see here is about all there is in town. It is a quiet, relaxing place. Jenner is an excellent base to explore the Russian River area: it's on the coast, close to the redwood forests (including a state reserve), and near the Russian River wine country. As with most North Coast towns, Jenner can be considerably cooler than inland; but often a ten minute drive inland will take you from cool fog and rain to sunshine.

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From San Francisco: Highway 101 north to Highway 116 West in Cotati. Travel 9 miles to Sebastopol and turn left on Bodega Highway to Highway 1 north to Jenner.

The obvious draw is having such beautiful scenery at the doorstep of your hotel. Although for a historical view of the area check out:

Fort Ross State Historic Park, 19005 Coast Highway One off Hwy 101, Phone: +1 707 847-3286. Daily 10AM-4:30PM. See original and reconstructed buildings of the southernmost Russian settlement from the early 1800s.

Your hotel in Jenner will put your right in the middle of all there is to enjoy about the Northern California coast.

Explore the coast. Drive north or south on Hwy 1, and you will find many trails and "state beaches". Casual swimming is discouraged because of rip currents and heavy surf. Near the mouth of the Russian River, Goat Rock State Beach has an easily accessed sandy beach, picnic tables, and restroom facilities. The beach is home to a colony of harbor seals which are fun to watch. To protect the seals, no dogs are allowed.
Dive for Abalone, or scuba dive! Jenner is just outside of the notorious "Red Triangle."
Explore the river estuary by kayak. Try Lotus Kayak Rentals, near the Sea Gull gift shop, Phone: +1 707 865-9604.

Despite it's small town feel, your hotel in Jenner will put you within reach of some good dining options.

Rivers End, 11048 Highway 1, Phone: +1 707 865-2484, [2]. F-Su. The place in Jenner with great sunsets and the best food.

Sizzling Tandoor, 9960 Highway 1, Phone: +1 707 865-0625. Indian specialties. Less expensive by half.

Timber Cove Inn (info under 'Sleep') has an excellent restaurant menu; the room is made of timbers and stone, and cats lurk peacefully underfoot in the bar area.

Check out the Jenner Inn and Restaurant in Jenner, California.

To see a range of hotels available to you for your beach vacation in Jenner, enter the dates of your stay in the “Quick Search” Search box on this page and the available hotel rooms for your selected dates will be shown.

Get out
Your hotel in Jenner can make a great base on the beach for wine tasting inland. Wineries abound elsewhere in the Russian River area and Napa Valley.

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