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California State #116 Highway Guide

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Junction
California State Route #116 with California State Route #1, near Jenner, California, a small coastal town in Sonoma County, California, located on the Pacific coast near the mouth of the Russian River. Goat Rock Beach, a unit within the Sonoma Coast State Beach, located just south of Jenner, California on the Pacific Coast. This is where California State Route #116 begins its southeasterly run to end at a junction with California State Route #121 near Sonoma, California.
3.7
6.0
16 ft.
Moscow Road
Duncans Mills, California, a town located on California State Route #116 along the Russian River. North to Casini Ranch Family Campground (22855 Moscow Road, Duncans Mills, CA, Tel. 800-451-8400).
4.8
7.7
43 ft.
Cazadero Highway
North to Cazadero Performing Arts Camp, also referred to as 'CAZ', a performing arts camp in the Sonoma redwoods in Northern California. The camp, sits atop the late 19th century location of the then-infamous Bohemian Grove. Community of Cazadero, CA.
5.3
8.5
79 ft.
Laurel Dell Avenue:Rien's Sandy Beach
Laurel Dell Avenue, Rien's Sandy Beach, located on the Russin River along California State Highway #116,
6.2
9.9
69 ft.
Villa Grande, CA
East of highway. Community of Villa Grande, CA. Limited services.
7.6
12.3
49 ft.
Monte Rio, CA
Monte Rio, California, a community along the Russian River on California State Highway #116. Bohemian Grove (a private campground belonging to a men's art club based in San Francisco) is located in Monte Rio, California.
8.7
14.0
59 ft.
Northwood Golf Course
East of highway; at 19400 Highway 116, Monte Rio, CA, Tel. 707-865-1116; located between the western bank of Russian River and California State Highway #116.
11.0
17.7
62 ft.
Old Cazadero Road
To Guernewood Park, California, a community on the Russian River, just off California State Route #116. North of here lies Armstrong Redwoods State Reserve and Austin Creek State Recreation Area.
11.9
19.1
72 ft.
Armstrong Woods Road
Armstrong Woods Road, Armstrong Redwoods State Reserve (17000 Armstrong Woods Rd, Guerneville, California, Tel. 707-869-2015): self-guided nature trails, picnic facilities, visitor center, outdoor amphitheater; and Austin Creek State Recreation Area (also on Armstrong Woods Rd): 24 family campsites, primitive campsites, horse rentals, trails.
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19.2
69 ft.
River Road
Guerneville, California, a popular family destination, gay resort, and camping center in the Russian River Valley. Further north are Redwood Memorial Gardens and Rio Nido, California, a small resort community on the Russian River.
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19.7
46 ft.
Neeley Road

14.8
23.8
118 ft.
Mays Canyon Road
Connects with California State Route #116 at Guerneville, California, a community in Sonoma County, California.
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25.4
154 ft.
Green Valley Road
South-east to the community of Graton, CA.
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29.7
98 ft.
Martinelli Road
North to Rio Dell, California, located on the south bank of the Russian River north of Forestville, California, Steelhead Beach Regional Park, a beach with a picnic area and a small craft launching area adjoins Rio Dell, California.
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200 ft.
Mirabel Road
North to Forestville, California; Forestville Youth Park.
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34.5
200 ft.
Guerneville Road
East to the city of Santa Rosa, California. Santa Rosa Junior College, a community college located in Santa Rosa, California. The Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center, a museum dedicated to the works of Charles Schulz, creator of the Peanuts comic strip. The museum located in Santa Rosa, California is home to many of the original Peanuts strips, as well as other artwork by Schulz. Kaiser Permanente Medical Center.
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36.3
236 ft.
Graton Road/Frei Road
West to the community of Graton, California. Lynmar Winery, Sebastopol Golf Course.
23.6
37.9
167 ft.
Occidental Road
West to the community of Occidental, California. East to the community of Roseland, California, and the city of Santa Rosa, California. Luther Burbank Home and Gardens is a city park in Santa Rosa, California, which encompasses the former home, gardens, greenhouse, and grave of Luther Burbank (1849-1926), a noted American horticulturist. It is a designated National Historic Landmark.
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40.5
180 ft.
Covert Lane: Park
To Ragle Ranch Regional Park (500 Ragle Rd, Sebastopol, CA), lie west of California State Route #116, northwest of Sebastopol, California. Facilities: dog park, group picnic areas, nature trail, sports fields, playground, tennis courts, sand volleyball courts, restrooms.
25.9
41.7
85 ft.
Junction
California State Route #12/Bodega Highway. Community of Sebastopol, California. World-famous horticulturist Luther Burbank had gardens in this fertile region. The city hosts an annual Apple Blossom Festival and Gravenstein Apple Fair. North-east to the city of Santa Rosa, California. Sonoma County Fairgrounds, Lake Ralphine, a reservoir in Howarth Memorial Park, Santa Rosa Creek Reservoir Spring Lake Park. Annadel State Park (6201 Channel Drive): trail riding, hiking, mountain biking, fishing. Freestone, California, a small community on Bodega Highway, west of Sebastopol, California.
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42.2
92 ft.
Walker Avenue
This road turns south on Petaluma Avenue and goes to Palm Drive Medical Center.
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47.5
92 ft.
Lone Pine Road / Bloomfield Road

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50.4
138 ft.
Blank Road/Hessel Road
Blank Road/Hessel Road, Bloomfield, California, a settlement in Sonoma County, California, in a rural area southwest of Santa Rosa, California, Emma Herbert Memorial Park,
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108 ft.
Stony Point Road
South to Washoe House, a historic roadhouse located west of Cotati, California; lies near the headwaters of Washoe Creek.
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54.9
102 ft.
United States Highway 101
Separates from CA State Highway 116. North to the city of Rohnert Park, California. Robert Lake Park (5010 Roberts Lake Rd): lake, picnic tables. Russian Hill is an affluent, largely residential neighborhood of San Francisco, California, San Francisco Art Institute, a prestigious art institute located in Russian Hill, California.
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56.0
141 ft.
Cotati, CA
City of Cotati, CA. Annual Cotati Jazz Festival (Father's Day weekend). Annual Accordion Fetsival (mid-August). Parks: Cator Field, Kotate Park, La Plaza Park.
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61.1
62 ft.
Pepper Road
To the south, this road ends at Bodega Avenue, which connects to Valley Ford Road in Two Rock, California, a community located on Stemple Creek.
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36 ft.
Old Redwood Highway
North to Penngrove, California, a small community in the foothills of Sonoma Mountain, California.
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26 ft.
E Washington Street
South to the city of Petaluma, California, where Rancho Pentaluma Adobe, a National Historic Landmark, is located. Petaluma Municipal Airport, a public airport located northeast of the city. Petaluma Valley Hospital. Helen Putnam Regional Park (411 Chileno Valley Dr): picnic areas, playground, walking paths, restrooms. Other Parks include Lucchesi Park (N McDowell Blvd), Steamer Landing Park (Copeland St), Cherry Valley Park (Cherry St), Oak Hill Park (Howard St), and Wickersham Park (4th St).
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10 ft.
Lakeville Street/US State Highway 101
The Phoenix Theater, an all-ages club located in Petaluma, California, St. Joseph Health System Sonoma County, Gateway Plaza Shopping Center, Golden Eagle Shopping Center, Great Petaluma Mill Shopping Center, Shollenberger Park. United States Highway #101 departs southward en route to Olompali State Historic Park (8901 Redwood Hwy Novato, CA, Tel. 415-892-3383), a park located on the Marin Peninsula. Has a visitor center, shaded picnic area, horseback riding/hiking trails. Preserved in the park are the foundations of two prehistoric adobe brick houses. The 2-story Burdell frame house, built in the 1870s, functions as the ranger station.
44.0
70.8
16 ft.
Casa Grande Road
To Adobe Creek Golf and Country Club, Rancho Petaluma Adobe, a historic adobe ranch house preserved by the Petaluma Adobe State Historic Park. It is a California State and National Historic Landmark.
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76.4
36 ft.
Lakeville Road
Lakeville, California, a community located near the Petaluma River. Tolay Lake, a shallow freshwater lacustrine water body in southern Sonoma County, California, is the site of significant Native American prehistoric seasonal settlement.
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79.6
249 ft.
Bourke Road
Community for Spiritual Living, located on California State Highway #116.
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80.1
266 ft.
Old Adobe Road
West to Petaluma Adobe State Historic Park (3325 Adobe Road, Petaluma, CA) features Rancho Petaluma Adobe, a historic adobe ranch house; and the community of Penngrove, CA (limited services).
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43 ft.
Arnold Drive
North to the community of Temelec, California and El Verano, California, a community in Sonoma Valley. Resorts in El Verano and the other nearby communities of Boyes Hot Springs, Fetters Hot Springs, and Agua Caliente were popular health retreats for tourists for the area's geothermic hot springs. Little Switzerland nightclub, a nightclub located at the corner of Grove Street and Riverside Drive.
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26 ft.
California State Highway 121
Near the community of Sonoma, California, Sonoma, California is a historically significant city in Sonoma Valley. Attractions: Agua Caliente, The Valley of the Moon, Sonoma Creek, Arroyo Seco Creek, Jack London State Historic Park, Quarryhill Botanic Garden, Sonoma Valley,