Bodega Bay is located on the Pacific Coast just 68 miles North of San Francisco. The most prominent geological feature of Bodega Bay is Bodega Head, a peninsula that forms the protective arm between the ocean and the bay. The San Andreas fault runs right through it, separating steep rocky bluffs from sandy dunes. Atop the bluffs, grasslands rise more gently to the coastal ridges. The Head provides a dramatic vista and the ideal place to watch whales migrate south twice yearly in January/February and April/May.
Doran Park is a strip of beach formed by the currents of Bodega Bay. The ocean side is ideal for water sports such as surfing and body boarding while the harbor side offers a salt marsh which is a habitat for a variety of birds. At the end of Doran Beach is the protected entrance to the harbor where the fog horn keeps a constant watch.
Bodega Bay's only 4-diamond resort with 84 luxurious guest rooms and suites featuring ocean views and fireplaces. Enjoy the pool, whirlpool, sauna, fitness center, full service spa and complimentary wine hour. Five star dining at the Duck Club Restaurant. Meeting rooms accommodate 10-80. Group Retreat, Spa and Golf packages available.
Listings of local businesses are available on their website, as well as on the website of the Bodega Bay Chamber of Commerce, which also provides resources for those looking to relocate their home or business to Bodega Bay.