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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