| Russian River
| Source || Laughlin Range
| Mouth || Pacific Ocean (at Jenner, California)
| Length || 177 km
| Basin Area || 3,846 km²
The Russian River is located in Cascadian California. It's watershed forms the southernmost portion of Cascadia.
- Much like Sonoma County, the Russian River is not always considered Cascadian California (see definition of "Cascadia" at Cascadian Review cascadiareview.org)
- As such, the Russian River may also be classified as "Pacific North Coast" instead of "Cascadian California."
- Other sources, such as SiteLine.org, include both the Russian River and Sonoma County as "Cascadian California."