Hilltop Retreat Guest Guidebook

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Hilltop Retreat Guest Guidebook

Food scene

Best Bakery in Sonoma County!
23577 Steelhead Blvd
23577 Steelhead Boulevard
Best Bakery in Sonoma County!
If you feel like eating out , this is local cafe.
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If you feel like eating out , this is local cafe.

Sightseeing

Family generations have been here for over 100 years.
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Cazadero General Store
6125 Cazadero Highway
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Family generations have been here for over 100 years.
Russian River

City/town information

Starting in the 1870s, Monte Rio was a stop on the North Pacific Coast Railroad connecting Cazadero to the Sausalito, California ferry. Redwood lumber from local sawmills was shipped to build San Francisco. After the sawmills left, the area became known as Vacation Wonderland with trains transporting San Franciscans to summer cabins and even a seven-story hotel downtown. Portions of the 1942 Academy Award-winning film Holiday Inn were filmed at the Village Inn Resort in Monte Rio. The trains no longer run, and the area now is mainly inhabited by full year residents. Despite heavy logging during the second half of the 19th century, the Sonoma Lumber Company preserved a 160-acre grove of old-growth redwood trees, which was sold to San Francisco's Bohemian Club in 1899. The club purchased dozens of other parcels in the area, and now owns 2,712 acres , which it uses for its summer retreats Monte Rio (Spanish: Monte Río, meaning "River Mountain") is a census-designated place in Sonoma County, California along the Russian River near the Pacific Ocean.
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Monte Rio
13 yerel halk öneriyor
Starting in the 1870s, Monte Rio was a stop on the North Pacific Coast Railroad connecting Cazadero to the Sausalito, California ferry. Redwood lumber from local sawmills was shipped to build San Francisco. After the sawmills left, the area became known as Vacation Wonderland with trains transporting San Franciscans to summer cabins and even a seven-story hotel downtown. Portions of the 1942 Academy Award-winning film Holiday Inn were filmed at the Village Inn Resort in Monte Rio. The trains no longer run, and the area now is mainly inhabited by full year residents. Despite heavy logging during the second half of the 19th century, the Sonoma Lumber Company preserved a 160-acre grove of old-growth redwood trees, which was sold to San Francisco's Bohemian Club in 1899. The club purchased dozens of other parcels in the area, and now owns 2,712 acres , which it uses for its summer retreats Monte Rio (Spanish: Monte Río, meaning "River Mountain") is a census-designated place in Sonoma County, California along the Russian River near the Pacific Ocean.
Stock up on common groceries and Starbucks.
49 yerel halk öneriyor
Guerneville
49 yerel halk öneriyor
Stock up on common groceries and Starbucks.

Neighborhoods

Cazadero (Spanish for "Hunting ground") is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in western Sonoma County, California, United States with a population of 354 in 2010. The downtown of Cazadero consists of two churches, a general store, a post office, a hardware store, an auto repair garage, private office space, and the Cazadero Volunteer Fire Department. Cazadero is the general area from the confluence of Austin Creek and the Russian River at the intersection of California State Route 116 and Cazadero Highway running north to the small town of the same name. The town is approximately 6 miles from Route 116. Cazadero Highway parallels Austin Creek which is a principal tributary of the lower Russian River. Located in the Sonoma Coast AVA, Cazadero can also be considered part of Wine Country.
Cazadero
Cazadero (Spanish for "Hunting ground") is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in western Sonoma County, California, United States with a population of 354 in 2010. The downtown of Cazadero consists of two churches, a general store, a post office, a hardware store, an auto repair garage, private office space, and the Cazadero Volunteer Fire Department. Cazadero is the general area from the confluence of Austin Creek and the Russian River at the intersection of California State Route 116 and Cazadero Highway running north to the small town of the same name. The town is approximately 6 miles from Route 116. Cazadero Highway parallels Austin Creek which is a principal tributary of the lower Russian River. Located in the Sonoma Coast AVA, Cazadero can also be considered part of Wine Country.

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Biking , Hiking , Walking

King Ridge rd is a popular for bikers that like to keep riding up towards the coast.
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Natural spring water and Views!

When almost reaching the property main gate( approx .2 miles ) you will notice on the left hand side wet ground and a white water pipe that is tapped in a natural spring on the property. Also please enjoy hiking trails to panoramic 360 hilltop views.
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Packing extra food

Stop by in Guerneville to pack any items you may need for your stay. You can pretty much find whatever you need there. Consider a last stop of sorts.
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Very wary of anything relating to fire

Please be very careful of fires and fire related activities. Locals are very sensitive to reckless fire related practices.
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Waiving when driving

When nearing Cazadero waiving to everyone you pass is a useful phrase.
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Lifejackets and whistles.

Please remember , you are in a beautiful secluded home in the natural mountains, do not let small children walk around unsupervised.
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Wildlife

Animals that you will see while on property: Deer , Turkey , Golden eagle , numerous birds , foxes, wild quail and all other northern california animals.
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Check the lunar cycle before arriving

A full moon and a sky full of stars.
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Bird watching

Typical Species: Turkey Vulture, Red-tailed Hawk, Red-shouldered Hawk, Cooper’s Hawk, Sharp-shinned Hawk, California Quail, Band-tailed Pigeon, Mourning Dove, Anna’s Hummingbird, Downy Woodpecker, Hairy Woodpecker, Nuttall’s Woodpecker, Acorn Woodpecker, Red-breasted Sapsucker, Northern Flicker, Pacific-slope Flycatcher, Olive-sided Flycatcher, Ash-throated Flycatcher, Black Phoebe, Western Wood Pewee, Oak titmouse, Chestnut-backed Chickadee, Bushtit, White-breasted Nuthatch, Bewick’s Wren, Warbling Vireo, Hermit Thrush, Steller’s Jay, Western Scrub-jay, Northern Mockingbird, European Starling