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This friendly and informative dive shop has a good range of equipment on hand, including the latest and locally made gear for scuba and free diving. The staff is knowledgeable and helpful with all levels of experience.
Sandy beaches and a craggy coastline offer unparalleled scenic views on the Pacific Coast. Bring a picnic and enjoy the natural beauty of the beach, or hike along the ocean side to small, sandy coves and watch for whales from the high cliffs.
Featuring long sandy beaches below rugged headlands, secluded coves and natural arches, this is a perfect escape from the inland heat. Boating, camping, hiking, horseback riding, and whale watching are among the many activities to be enjoyed here.
An annual fall event, Art Trails showcases the creative talent of Sonoma. For two weekends, the private studios of participating artists open to the public for tours.
The Fairgrounds features a variety of popular Sonoma County events throughout the year. Attend the annual Sonoma County Fair, Harvest Festival, Summer Music Festival and many other events like animal shows, sporting events, dances and expos!
Partake in the region's most treasured yearly event that celebrates Sonoma's rich agricultural culture. The event is well known for its stunning flower show, exciting horse racing, craft-beers, culinary demonstrations and fun family entertainment.
Grain to glass is the focus at this historic whiskey distillery located in Sonoma County. All levels of production are handled in-house including the mashing and fermentation of grains, direct-fired alembic pot distillation, and small barrel aging.
Skip the grocery store and stock up here. Offering meats, veggies, fruits, flowers, and specialty items such as smoked olive oil, herbs, knick-knacks, fresh cheeses and an assortment of different types of mushrooms. Get ready for your picnic!
Nichole Skalski & Kathrin Green decided to team up and form the Sonoma Flower Mart in order to make flowers more accessible and to support our local floral economy while helping to maintain agricultural diversity in Sonoma County.
Accommodating luxury is yours at this extraordinary private golf course. One hundred seventy-seven acres of terrain feature gigantic oaks, lakes, and vast views of the Maya Camas Mountains and neighboring wineries. A truly lavish experience.
This festival is an event that's held for 5 days and offers delectable dishes from local craftsman and extraordinary wine from Sonoma wine makers. The Sonoma International Film Festival is held in Wine Country and highlights over 90 hand-picked films.
Make Sonoma Plaza be on your top five list of things to do in Sonoma. It is lined with beautiful buildings and tourists can also enjoy cocktails wine, food, or a beers on the plaza.
Ducks, egrets, and humans will be your companions when you drop by this serene park right in the middle of Sonoma. Playground for the kids, gorgeous rose garden, water features and the aforementioned ducks will make you want to spend the entire day here.
Year-round motor sports raceway in Sonoma County featuring 47,000 spectator seats. Nascar event venue. Free parking.
Beer and wine bar that features live music and dancing. Featuring Rhythm and Blues, this bar has a huge selection of beer and wines-by-the-glass. All music is fast and upbeat. According to the owners, “We don’t do sad or slow songs”. Whoo-hoo!
Take a train trip with a difference, as you ride on a miniature railroad pulled by lovingly crafted quarter-size steam trains from days past. Be amazed by wonderfully recreated landscapes, thrilled by old-time carousels, or fall in love with its llamas.
Certified under the State of California Farmers Markets, the Sonoma County Agricultural Dept., and Sonoma County Food services, you can rest assured of your health and safety when you purchase your produce from these vendors.
In the center of Sonoma County, right next to Glen Ellen lies a 202-acre park loaded with miles of hiking, biking and horseback riding trails. A wetland, a meadow, a creek and magnificent oak woodlands are some of the features of this ADA accessible park.
An old-fashioned landmark store, SONOMA’S BEST offers The BEST artisan cheeses, breads, homemade gelato, olive oils & wines, plus fresh salads & sandwiches.
There’s plenty of parking at this small farmers’ market along with live music and remote control cars for the kids of all ages. The Hummus Guy is very popular, as is the Red Rose Soul Food Experience. Come for diner and take home fruits and veggies.
Speakeasy is located in historic downtown Petaluma in the beautiful Putnam Plaza just across from the Petaluma river. They serve internationally inspired tapas made from the best local ingredients the Bay area has to offer seven days a week.
Like their unique gin, husband and wife team, Timo and Ashby Marshall bring a combination of traditional British legacy and innovative West Coast style to Spirit Works Distillery.
More than just a Farmer’s Market, this working farm sells chickens, goats, sheep and lambs and piglets. They also sell yarn made from their very own sheep’s wool as well as hides and pelts. Oh, and produce. The kids will absolutely love it.
This fascinating park features 320 acres of trails, a 3-acre lagoon for swimming in the summer, and a 72-acre lake for boating and fishing. Bring the whole family for an outdoor adventure like no other. Safe, sane camping available as well as day use.
St. Florian's Brewery donates a minimum of 5% of profits to fire-related & community-based organizations. They are determined to have the happiest of customers & most delighted imbibers.
You will feel just like a local when you frequent this local bar with friendly staff and customers. Local micro beer is involved in the full bar. You must try the crab or shrimp Louis. Super fun place!