The Log Cabin is no longer there on Adobe Creek but the prehistoric 60 mortar Indian Village site sure still is.
A two mile lovely walk from the Marina, winter, spring, summer and fall. One of the oldest known Native American Village sites in the Bay Area (8000 years) was uncovered 1/2 mile downstream when building the dam for the reservoir.
There really should be a gate and a respectful sign here for this fantastic site.
20 feet from the road and the fence it starts and goes 150 yards up the creek.
A handsome 4 bedrock mortar rock.
We think it’s essential that visitors see the bedrock mortars. People prepared food and lived here for a long time. Important California history.
Kind of a lot going on around here in Volvon territory for 10,000 years.