Timber Cove guests enjoy a wide range of activities. One of the advantages of being secluded in one of the world’s most beautiful settings is that the activities to choose from are that much more rewarding. Timber Cove curates daily activities for guests, including guided hikes and wine tastings. Extensive activities are also available in the surrounding areas. Whether paddling in the open ocean or playing ping pong in our Outdoor Living Room, you will always find something to sooth your heart and mind at Timber Cove.
California is known for its variety of quality wineries and vineyards. The Northern California wine region and the natural landscapes that surround it provide excellent and intimate wine tastings.
Take advantage of the beautiful scenery surrounding Timber Cove with a hike along Sonoma's stunning coast.
Pick up a paddle for an exciting game of ping pong against one opponent or play in pairs!
Stay active during your stay at Timber Cove with our fitness center with top of the line fitness equipment to keep you in shape.
California's Sonoma Coast is known for its incredible views, including the views after the sun sets. Grab a blanket for star gazing to take advantage of the beautiful night time show.
Our new Outdoor Living Room provides a games and snacks through out the day, and is the perfect spot to sip fireside drinks.
Relax and bask in the California sunshine at our local beach, Timber Cove Boat landing, right next to the Inn.
Timber Cove offers some of the best wine tasting in Sonoma County at surrounding wineries and vineyards, the perfect place to sample the local wines.
The charming towns of Fort Ross, Bodega Bay and Sea Ranch are all nearby, the perfect places for a day trip and kayaking adventure.
Your tour will be guided by a conscientious and knowledgeable guide with the opportunity for great photos, wonderful conversation, insight and, most importantly, priceless memories.
Northern California is known for it open space and beautiful scenery, and there is no better way to explore it than on horseback.
Grab your fishing pole and tackle box to enjoy the great outdoors with a fishing day trip.
Located high above where the Russian River meets the ocean, the coastal village of Jenner offers spectacular vistas, stunning sunsets, and an opportunity to connect with nature along the beautiful Sonoma County coast.
Enjoy the breathtaking beaches and rugged coastline of Sea Ranch, located on Pacific Coast Highway. Immerse yourself in a variety of local activities and of nature in the great outdoors of Sea Ranch.
Bodega Bay is a picturesque fishing village on the Sonoma Coast known for its beautiful cliffs and beaches, the perfect place for a hike, whale watching, or surf lessons. Bodega Bay is also where the famed Hitchcock movie "The Birds" was filmed.
Tomales Bay is best known for its dramatic landscape views and oyster shucking. Additionally, Tomales Bay is the ideal spot for a variety of outdoor activities, including kayaking, horseback riding, and hiking.
Stewarts Point is perched on a bluff overlooking the rugged and beautiful Sonoma Coast and ocean. This charming town boasts a rich history just waiting to be explored.
Monte Rio is located along the Russian River and is the perfect place for a day filled with biking, fishing and hiking.
Santa Rosa is nestled in the urban heart of California's wine country. It is the hub for all there is to do, see, eat, drink, bike, hike and explore in the area.
Sebastopol is a small dynamic community in Western Sonoma County with a rich agricultural history, embracing fine arts, dining, wine and farming.
Healdsburg is located in the heart of Sonoma Wine Country and combines small-town charm, stunning views, a close proximity to prime winegrowing regions and a rich history.
This historical park showcases a Russian-era fort compound with historic structures and exhibits to tour. While at the park, you can go on a hike, spend time on the beach, and even walk across the San Andreas Fault.
Salt Point State Park is located on the rocky coast along the Pacific Ocean and provides the perfect venue to observe both marine and land animals in their natural habitat.
The Sonoma Coast State Park boasts a number of picturesque state beaches along the California Coast, perfect for a camping or hiking excursion.
The Russian River flows through Sonoma and Mendocino counties with plenty to do and see. Highlights include swimming, paddle boarding, wine tasting and delicious dining.
Goat Rock Beach is located between Goat Rock Point and the Russian River along the Sonoma County coast close to the town of Jenner. It is a great beachcombing beach and offers beautiful views.
The Black Point Beach staircases lead to secluded beaches with sandy coves, tide pools, and natural rock formations. In addition to hiking, these public access points offer diving, fishing, boating, and wildlife observation.
In the beautiful coastal foothills of Northern California sits Lake Sonoma. The lake is surrounded by Sonoma County vineyards and land rich in history, providing a number of recreational activities.
High on the coastal ridges of Jenner, the Fort Ross Vineyard produces limited quantities of Estate grown, single vineyard, cool climate Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinotage.
Iron Horse is one of Sonoma County's most beautiful, independent, estate, family-owned wineries. Iron Horse was named an American icon in "Icons of the American Market Place" by Random House.
Rodney Strong Vineyards are family owned in Sonoma, all owners and employees share the same creative passion: winemaking. Rodney Strong was names Wine Enthusiast's American Winery of the Year in 2013.
Sea Ranch Golf Club is one of the most highly regarded golfing experiences in California with a seaside landscape and Scottish link-style architecture.
Recently renovated, Bodega Harbour combines views of the Pacific Ocean, rolling fairways and native coastal rough. It is easy to see why this has previously been rated as one of Northern California's top golf courses to play.
Northwood Golf Course in Monte Rio is one of the most unique golf courses you will discover, located along the Russian River.