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Boating

Clear Lake
Clear Lake is the largest, natural freshwater lake in California. The expansive, warm water of Clear Lake makes it popular for water sports, such as swimming, water skiing, sailing, boat races, and jet skiing.
BirdwatchingFishing

Tomales Bay State Park
Tomales Bay State Park is a coastal area of sheltered coves, beaches, tidal marshes, and forest of Bishop pines, forty miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge.
BirdwatchingHiking is allowed
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Kayaking & Canoeing

Clear Lake
Clear Lake is the largest, natural freshwater lake in California. The expansive, warm water of Clear Lake makes it popular for water sports, such as swimming, water skiing, sailing, boat races, and jet skiing.
BirdwatchingFishing

Russian River
The Russian River is a popular spring, summer, and fall destination for tourists as the river is very safe then for swimming and boating, with a gentle current. There are plenty of fishing opportunities on the Russian River.
Fishing

Tomales Bay State Park
Tomales Bay State Park is a coastal area of sheltered coves, beaches, tidal marshes, and forest of Bishop pines, forty miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge.
BirdwatchingHiking is allowed
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Sailing

Clear Lake
Clear Lake is the largest, natural freshwater lake in California. The expansive, warm water of Clear Lake makes it popular for water sports, such as swimming, water skiing, sailing, boat races, and jet skiing.
BirdwatchingFishing
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Swimming

Clear Lake
Clear Lake is the largest, natural freshwater lake in California. The expansive, warm water of Clear Lake makes it popular for water sports, such as swimming, water skiing, sailing, boat races, and jet skiing.
BirdwatchingFishing

Drakes Beach
Drakes Beach is located in Point Reyes National Seashore and is a great expanse of beach and sea, the beach has amazing geological formations and feel free to explore every bit of it. The beach is located in the south part of the park.
BirdwatchingWildlife viewing

Kelham Beach
Kelham Beach is located in Point Reyes National Seashore and is a great expanse of beach and sea, the beach is hard to get to and secluded and feel free to explore every bit of it.
BirdwatchingWildlife viewing

Limantour Beach
Limantour Beach is located in Point Reyes National Seashore and is a great expanse of beach and sea, the beach perfect for spotting wildlife and feel free to explore every bit of it.
Hiking is allowedBirdwatchingWildlife viewing

Point Reyes Beach
Point Reyes Beach is located in Point Reyes National Seashore and is a great expanse of beach and sea, the beach is 10 miles long and feel free to explore every bit of it. The beach is located in the northwestern part of the park.
BirdwatchingWildlife viewing

Sunset State Beach
Sunset State Beach features pine trees, mountainous sand dunes, and ocean side picnic spots.

Tomales Bay State Park
Tomales Bay State Park is a coastal area of sheltered coves, beaches, tidal marshes, and forest of Bishop pines, forty miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge.
BirdwatchingHiking is allowed
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Water Skiing

Clear Lake
Clear Lake is the largest, natural freshwater lake in California. The expansive, warm water of Clear Lake makes it popular for water sports, such as swimming, water skiing, sailing, boat races, and jet skiing.
BirdwatchingFishing
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Wind Surfing

Schooner Gulch State Beach
Schooner Gulch State Beach preserves a scenic spot along the Mendocino Coast and offers a stunning perch for watching sunsets, or merely sitting in the grass as the afternoon sun glistens on the waters below.
Fishing
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