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A stunning golf course offering ocean views and the relaxing sounds of crashing waves. This beautiful and challenging Scottish style links course in Sonoma County makes an ideal golf getaway. The tee times this are nicely spaced, so it never feels crowded
Starting with Humboldt's finest cannabis, The Pairist sources specific strains of flower with concentrates from California’s finest extractors & hash makers to make high potency, full flower-infused pre-rolls.
The Ranch at Lake Sonoma is a unique property, offering scenic horseback tours overlooking Lake Sonoma and Dry Creek Valley.
This gallery offers the largest selection of contemporary Japanese prints in California. The eclectic collection will thrill any collector of Asian art, and the vision of Ren Brown extends to beautiful cultivated gardens behind the main gallery.
Vintage-obsessed shoppers will appreciate the fabulous finds at The Thrifty Hippy Thrift Store in Petaluma. From cute clothing to accessories, every woman will find something to like at this store.
When you're playing tourist in Bodega Bay and want to go home with a tchochke or special memento, this gift shop has shells, magnets, and fun finds like Windsor's special edition wine featuring a Tippi Hendren label.
When you visit the farm be sure to go into the fields and visit with the farmers and maybe the dogs. Daily harvests ensure freshness and seasonality. Produce also offered pickled, frozen, dehydrated, and smoked to extend the life of the harvest.
Just 20 minutes west of Petaluma, visit the farm and learn the history of how this goat/sheep dairy and creamery came to be. Tours include a tour and explanation of milking parlor, visit with the animals in the barn and/or pastures, and much more!
Offering guided horseback tours through Jack London State Park. Triple Creek provides instruction on horse safety, expert commentary, and an incredible adventure through scenic surroundings.
You may not be able to go back to store-bought after you try the meat and eggs at True Grass Farms. The farm goes back four generations, maintaining healthy pastureland and raising 100% grass-fed Black Angus and California Kobe cows.