Bodega Head – Where Bodega Harbour Meets the Pacific

September 25th, 2009 | Category: Bodega Bay Activities

Just saw a great aerial photograph of Bodega Head that I wanted to share.

Bodega Head is just a 5 minute drive from “At the Bay’s Edge” and is named for the the rocky headland that forms the entrance into Bodega Harbor. The jetty along the harbour side is very popular for crabbing and clamming, and the ocean side is very popular for hiking and biking. It’s also a fun place to just enjoy the truly spectacular blufftop views. It’s a popular spot for watching the sunset, as well as the gray whales.

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