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Improve your swing at Sonoma County’s foremost golf practice facility. The region’s only range that is open at night, the floodlit range allows you to arrive early and stay late for your convenience. When your tummy growls, stop at the grill for a snack.
Kayak or canoe trips make for great family outings, and River's Edge makes the whole process easy. The self-guided trips provide shuttle and other services for your convenience, allowing for a smooth, leisurely cruise down the river at your own pace.
Embark on a white water rafting excursion, take stand up paddleboard lessons, yoga and more with the friendly, knowledgeable staff at Rubicon.
Whether you are an avid paddler or just want to bring back the memories of canoeing as a kid, come and canoe the scenic Russian River in the heart of wine country.
Let the Segway take the strain as you head out to explore the peaceful lanes, magnificent redwood groves, and renowned vineyards of the Russian River. As well enjoying a fabulous landscape, you’ll have plenty of chances to taste the fruits of the vine.
Amazing wildlife is just waiting for you to spot it in this fascinating park. Take a gorgeous birding hike and record all of the wildlife that you see. A true “hidden gem”, this park is perfect for hiking or just a casual lunchtime walk. You’ll be back.
Enroll in a performance driving program and get the instruction of world class professionals. You can drive go-karts, sports cars, or improve your driving skills in your own car.
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.
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.
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.
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.
On a clear day, Bald Mountain’s 2729-foot summit offers guests a view of the Sierra Nevada and the Golden Gate Bridge. Year-round astronomy courses are offered at the Moon Observatory, and the hiking is fabulous all year long. Look for deer and gray foxes
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.