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San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge

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San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge

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Napa and Sonoma Wine Country Full-Day Tour from San Francisco
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Napa and Sonoma Wine Country Full-Day Tour from San Francisco

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This Northern California Wine Country tour from San Francisco eliminates the hassle of arguing over who is the designated driver for the trip. Stop at various wineries in Napa and Sonoma and ride safely in an air-conditioned coach with reclining seats and an onboard restroom for comfort and convenience. You even have time at Sonoma Square Plaza to eat lunch at your own expense.
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BoulderNut wrote a review Mar 2020
Sonoma, California859 contributions210 helpful votes
Lovely views with lots of aquatic birds. Great 2.4 mile walk along bay toward East. Shorter walks to the west. Don’t expect much fun in high winds or hot weather. Not many people, so social distancing is easy too.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Scott M wrote a review Sep 2018
Sonoma, California152 contributions72 helpful votes
This is a great place for an easy hike/walk with or without kids. We entered at Reclamation Road (extension of Lakeville Highway south of Hiway 37) and parked in the free lot. From there it’s an easy walk to get to a levee that extends into San Pablo Bay or you can walk parallel to the train tracks. Great birdwatching (bring binoculars). There is a launch point for kayaks/canoes but watching the tide is critical because it’s a mudflat at low tide. On a clear day you can see the San Francisco skyline. And if it’s hot in the Valley you can usually get some relief from the heat.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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