BODEGA RANCH SURROUNDING LOCATION
Less than 50 miles north of San Francisco, just a 25 minutes drive from Petaluma, and a short stroll to the charming town of Bodega—where Hitchcok's movie The Birds was
filmed—Bodega Ranch benefits from its proximity to all the attractions of rural, suburban and urban life.
Nearby Bodega Bay is the site of the first Russian structures built
in California. These were built in 1809 by Commerce Counseller Ivan Alexandrovich Kuskov, of the Russian-American Company in the lead up to the establishment of Fort Ross.
Close by towns include Bodega Bay, Freestone, Occidental, and Valley Ford. There's no where in the world quite like West Sonoma County on California's beautiful coastline
where you can visit Dillion Beach, Doran Beach, Bodega Head and Salmon Creek Beach.
An abundance of top-rated restaurants and plenty of unique shopping opportunities make
West Sonoma County not only a great place to raise a family, but also an ideal base for exploring more than 195 wineries, the redwoods, a dramatic coastline,
the Point Reyes National Seashore and, with easy freeway access to Hwy. 101, the entire Bay Area.
For directions to Bodega Ranch, click on the map below.