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Browse through two and a half cottages and visit with the local roosters at this shop full of American antiques, all hailing from the East Coast.
All organic, all local, all the time, (in the spring and summer, that is). Sustainably grown, just-harvested produce is the freshest of the fresh. Do your weekly food shopping here and know that you are getting the healthiest choices for your family.
This occult shop carries a full range of handmade spiritual supplies for practitioners of all types of religious and magical traditions, including African-American hoodoo and Pagan magick.
The locals love this place and want you to join them! Pool, darts, juke-box and spectacularly mixed cocktails. Lots of chefs/waiters come here after work to relax, and so can you. Have fun!
Classic pub-style sports bar. Super friendly bartenders will make you feel welcome while you sip a drink, play pool, watch a game on the 12-foot screen(!), or listen to live music. A local favorite.
A reliable and regular flea market with an abundance of vintage items, home decor, and other goodies, this stop is an excellent morning excursion for treasure hunters. Sunday is their liveliest day.
Super stylish local boutique situated on the Windsor Town Green. You will feel like you are shopping in an elegant fashionista’s closet with very friendly staff to help you with your selections. Clothing, gifts, and accessories. You will be so stylish!
Easy beach access and views of the Russian River are yours when you find yourself at this wonderland. Snug in the redwoods and offering you all of the bounty of nature, you and your family will fall in love with this intoxicatingly beautiful place.
Lovely women’s clothing boutique that carries new and consignment upscale clothing, shoes, jewelry, belts, etc. Purses, purses, purses. If you love them, come and see what you can score at this one of a kind, exclusive shop.
Rated one of the top 10 nine hole courses in the U.S., this quiet gem is nestled among 150-foot redwood trees. A visually striking course designed by famed architect Dr. Alister Mackenzie, the scenery makes it a must play when visiting Northern California
First thing that you notice? The tiny train that goes around the bar. Fun! Pool, darts, shuffleboard, and friendly bartenders and customers alike make this the perfect place to enjoy a relaxed drink with friends.
On the Russian River, you can’t get more cozy than bedding down under the redwoods or in the meadow under the stars. Wake up in fresh air listening to birds singing. Or, if you prefer your RV, there are over 25 full hook-up sites. Hot showers available.
Take the kids on an “old timey” adventure on this serene, quiet ranch. Join a docent led tour or use the provided map for a self-guided tour of the adobe’s living quarters, maintained exactly as they were in the 1830s and ‘40s.
Shop for your fresh produce in a friendly, community atmosphere. You know that you are not only getting the freshest possible produce, but that you are helping out your local farmers when you stop on by for unique fruits and veggies, and hot food items.
Snug against the undulating hills of Petaluma, this nine-hole course is the perfect place to bring the family. Enjoy the stunning views of Sonoma County while taking a lesson or playing a quick game at this private club.
This 8.5-acre beauty features a dog park, picnic areas, BBQs, volley ball court, horseshoe pits, and play areas for your human children. Bring the whole family (two-legged as well as four-legged), for a fun, wholesome day outdoors.
Sports fields for soccer, softball, volleyball, and tennis will beckon you to try out this 157-acre park. The children love the playground that is just for them and parents will love to relax and birdwatch, or just zone out, knowing that the kids are safe
Oh, this is the place that your kids want to be at! Unique art engages them while they are playing. For you? The quiet and tranquility of this stunning park. You and the kids will love the swimming and beach areas offered by this county gem.
The campground is beautifully maintained, and boasts 30 acres of property along the Russian River. The park has been owned and operated by the same family for over 150 years.
The greens and fairways are always well groomed on this small but challenging nine hole course. The people are warm and friendly, and the grounds are quiet and peaceful. The pride of ownership is evident at every hole.
This small market offers a ton of produce, flowers, fresh baked goods (yum), ranch raised meats and artisanal cheeses. It is a wonderful dance for your senses when you experience the sights, smells, tastes and sounds of music at this pleasant site.
This beach offers river access for small craft such as kayaks and canoes. Excellent spot for birdwatching, river wildlife watching and having a picnic. Serene and lovely.