J’s Amusement Park, an icon of yesteryear. Expansive lot with both sun and beautiful redwoods on 11.55 acres. Cross the charming footbridge over the creek for potential camping or possible events. Beautiful trees and a walk in the park, a house, a pool house, a large storage structure, 2 sewer hookups, prior Camp Outback and OH MY! Most of Guerneville’s kids and adult kids have played here. Your restorative mind set required. This is an oldy but goody. The ultimate Guerneville property ready to be revamped. Walk into Guerneville. Play! Your house matters.
Offered at $657,000
House on septic raised above flood
Gorgeous park like grounds with the possibility of camping
Zoned “K” Visitor serving
Structure with 2 bathrooms
Large storage facility
Two sewer hookups. Possibility of additional sewer hookups
Zoning Permit (currently on hold) for 20 campsites and 10 events for up to 200 guests per year.
Imaginative possibilities for children of all ages
J's Amusements is located just outside of downtown Guerneville, about a 5 minute walk to town. Located between Neeley Road and Mays Canyon Road off Hwy 116.
“Guerneville is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in the Russian River Valley of Sonoma County, California, United States. The town is historically known for the logging community, formed in the late 1800s. Guerneville is also known for its natural beauty, liberal atmosphere, and proximity to wine-tasting and redwood forests. It was founded by the Guerne family in the 1850s.” (source: Wikipedia)
“Charmingly rustic, the town of Guerneville (pop. 4,534) mixes towering redwoods, cool river waters, laid-back attitudes, and Sonoma Wine Country delights in a pleasing blend that makes it a popular destination, as well as an established gay vacation resort. Guerneville has always been a vacation getaway for San Franciscans — by train in the 1870s to the 1930s, and by car through the 1950s. In the 1970s it became a welcoming resort area for Bay Area gay men and lesbians. Today, visitors stay in cozy cabins, uniquely rustic resorts, campgrounds, vacation rentals, and other lodgings. They can choose to eat at trendy restaurants, food stands, or hip cafes reminiscent of the flower-power era. And with more than 50 wineries within a 20-minute drive, wine tasting in the cool-climate Russian River Valley wine region is definitely a must for wine lovers. With canoes, kayaks, inner tubes, umbrellas, and beach chairs available for rent, Johnson's Beach & Resort provides the main river access in downtown Guerneville, within walking distance of restaurants and shops. Visit the awe-inspiring, 805-acre Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve, two miles north of Guerneville's Main Street. Walk among the serene, majestic beauty of California coast redwoods, some of the world's tallest living things. It can be a transforming experience.”(source: SonomaCounty.com)
Guerneville has become known for fine dining, river play, Armstrong Woods State Park, First Friday of the Month Art Walk, and numerous amazing events. A short distance to walking trails, great biking, dog friendly beaches, fine wine, and the beauty of the coast, the river and redwoods, there is much appreciate and enjoy.