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Joe Rodota Trail at Sonoma County Parks

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Joe Rodota Trail at Sonoma County Parks

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Small Group Redwoods and Wine Country Day Trip from San Francisco
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See the towering redwoods and go wine-tasting in celebrated Sonoma County with this tour from San Francisco. You'll travel into the beautiful forests of the Armstrong Redwood State Forest to see some of the world's tallest trees. You'll then hit up three wineries for wine-tastings and lunch before continuing back to San Francisco via the Golden Gate Bridge.
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This trail has become the homeless last stop. 1+ mile of homeless encampment. You can not walk down this trail anymore, unsafe, several people have been bitten by homeless people's dogs.
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Many bad intentioned people — just darn scary. Check the news prior to going. I went, I looked, I left.
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This was once a fabulous pathway for hiking and biking from Santa Rosa to Sebastopol. But now, there are city-installed signs saying to "STOP" and proceed no further due to possible danger of attack by squatters who have set up hobo camps along the trail. So, go elsewhere for
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America could be substantially improved by more pedestrianism and less vehicles, and the practice of taking old railroad right-of-ways and turning them into hiking / bicycling trails is an excellent one. Sadly, a once-lovely trail connecting Santa Rosa to Forestville (via
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Friends and I would take the trail on weekends and ride down to Sebastopol for lunch. In is a nice trail for a bike ride. However Santa Rosa has a homeless problem and they are camped along the trail. My wife took a tumble while trying to maneuver around some of the belongings
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