In the late 1940s a parcel of land next to the Russian River was acquired and a club house built. The spacious club house is used for club events, such as the famous February crab feed. It has a well equipped kitchen and a modern water system. It is not available for rental. Google Earth will allow you to view the property. Find the Gold Coast Coffee & Bakery and look toward the river on the north side of the Moscow Road bridge.
There is primitive road access to a large beach on the Russian river; this is also the place that members launch kayaks, canoes, and drift boats. Some members use the beach for swimming, or sunbathing. Some belong as a place to come for peace and quiet, dog play, and enjoying the river. In the winter the beach is the primary access for the club’s fishermen. Steelhead, salmon, shad, and bass can be caught. Hunting is not allowed on the property. Visiting the river can be a great option to escape 95+ degree days inland. The clubs property is only a few miles from the ocean so the weather is the same as the coast.