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March is all about Barrel Tasting (thre first 2 weekends) and Cheese! Outdoors: Hiking, Canoing, Kayaking, Horseback riding, Segway Touring, Wine tasting, Zipline through the Redwoods!Come out to the River and see why so many people return year after year.