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    Camping within bike distance of Russian River Brewing?

    I'm looking stuff up for a possible pilgrimage to sample Pliny the Younger in the next couple of weeks with a couple of riding buddies and I'm curious if you guys know of any less-than-hotel price places to stay within bike distance of Russian River. We'll probably take a couple of weekdays off, jam up early and stay one night, then hit Bear Republic & Moylans before heading home & maybe try to hit trails somewhere on the way, if my back's up to it.
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    Jackrabbit campground in Spring Lake if its open, is about your only option about 7 miles one way. But bonus its at the backdoor to annadel. Maybe the KOA in Petaluma but thats about 15 miles one way on Stony Point Rd, which is a little sketchy.

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    The park is open daily. Most Sonoma County Regional parks open at sunrise and close at sunset. The campground is open 7 days a week from May 1 through September 30. The campground is open weekends and holidays only during the rest of the year.
    Spring Lake Regional Park - Regional Parks - County of Sonoma, California

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