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Nice River. Not worth a special trip to see

It's fine if it's on your way to the coast but it's not worth an extra trip to see it. The redwoods... read more

Reviewed 26 May 2016
Jen C
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Washington DC, District of Columbia
Great for skipping stones and feeling peaceful

Just a nice meandering river, this place provided a half day's worth of old fashioned charm... read more

Reviewed 27 June 2015
oneupstatenewyorker
,
Binghamton, New York
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  • Very good51%
  • Average16%
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25 May 2016
“Nice River. Not worth a special trip to see”
26 Jun 2015
“Great for skipping stones and feeling peaceful”
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Boonville, CA
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Reviewed 26 May 2016

It's fine if it's on your way to the coast but it's not worth an extra trip to see it. The redwoods are beautiful but there are many other better places to see them.

Thank Jen C
Reviewed 27 June 2015

Just a nice meandering river, this place provided a half day's worth of old fashioned charm, allowing us to sit and skip stones, and watch some dogs splash and play in the shallow waters as we did. Great fun in Boonville!

Thank oneupstatenewyorker
Reviewed 6 June 2013

Good swimming hole under Hendy Woods bridge, on Philo, greenwood road, but with drought this year, very low water. Wet years, great place.

1  Thank pegasusflies
Reviewed 5 April 2013

Took a walk with the doggie under the bridge. Families playing in the water and boys with fishing poles. How much more Americana can it get? Sandy beach easy to get to. Water clean and shallow. We told had we gone to the other side...More

1  Thank NewportBeach1952
Reviewed 5 September 2012

Like most coastal rivers, the Navarro changes character with the seasons, In the winter, when the rains keep pouring down, it can turn big brown and muddy, sweeping huge trees down and overflowing its banks, flooding hwy 128 and piling timber up against the hwy...More

2  Thank billyabe
Reviewed 19 July 2012

Every time I see the Navarro River, crossing over it on the way to Mendocino, something inside me is deeply touched. The river is always calm, but it's a strong powerful river that is always changing color depending on the day's light. I've never seen...More

1  Thank Patty04
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