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Occidental

From Railroad Stops to Restaurants and Shops

The railroad connected this town in 1876 to western Sonoma County’s Cazadero and Sausalito’s ferries. Those tracks led to the building of six sawmills, and eventually, a variety of restaurants for travelers and locals.

Today, this compact community has a two-block long main street filled with galleries and gift shops, well-established dining establishments that have been drawing hungry folks for decades, an Arts Center and an Ecology Center, even a Sonoma Canopy Tour if you’re brave enough to zipline through the redwood canopy.

Visit for a weekend at the vintage Occidental Lodge or enjoy a luxury B&R experience at The Inn at Occidental, then let’s chat about how to live here part- or full-time.

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