Here is my ever growing grand list of every topics I can think of that you might need information on about Sonoma County. The ultimate guide will be an everchanging, ever improving project.
Life opens up in Sonoma County!
Your first entry into Sonoma County is either Sonoma or Petaluma from about 1 hour north of San Francisco. Sonoma County world class food, wine and stunning scenery, meet the great people and soak up the surroundings and hip culture in your wine country experience. Taste great wine, see fun farm animals, drive to the coast, enjoy the shopping and visit some of the 425 wineries. Don’t forget to take a good hike among towering redwoods, marvel at the stunning Pacific Coast and get to know the inviting people culture and creativity that make Sonoma County amazing. Take it all in. Have a Blast! Spend Your Money! Enjoy the beauty as Life opens up in Sonoma County.
April 2021 Update: During to the current COVID-19 pandemic, many Sonoma County experiences and activities are still available and ready for you to enjoy, such as lodging, outdoor activities, dining and wine tasting, and much more. See What’s Open.
We want to make sure you’re as committed to health and safety as Sonoma County is. In this COVID-19 era, being a thoughtful and responsible traveler has never been so important. Please review: SAFE Travels Promise and View Sonoma County’s Health & Safety Protocols
Bear Republic Brewing Co., Rohnert Park
Brewsters Beer Garden, Petaluma
Ca’ Bianca, Santa Rosa
Campo Fina, Healdsburg
Gravenstein Grill, Sebastopol
the girl & the fig, Sonoma
Fishetarian Fish Market, Bodega Bay
Other Possible Restaurants with Indoor Dinning
East: Glen Ellen Star (Glen Ellen), Salt and Stone (Kenwood), HopMonk Tavern (Sonoma), Kivelstadt Cellars Wine Garden & Eatery (Sonoma), Palooza Brewery & Gastropub (Kenwood), and Sunflower Caffe (Sonoma),
Sonoma County Shopping
This post is all about the local artisans. Sonoma County has amazing talent in our local small business community. You can browse below and see the great variety of world class shopping . Highlighted you will see everything from cheese artisans to clothing and wine and gift products manufactured by the local artists and business owners right here in Sonoma County. Its all delicious and top notch so enjoy! The local Tourism Bureau has provided this information.
Dressers Sebastopol, one of the oldest family-run shops in Sonoma County, is now offering virtual styling appointments, and a “Dressing-Room-To-Go.” This way you can shop, and try on clothes, with confidence from the comfort of your home. Shop Dressers’ online store or purchase a gift certificate for future use. For a virtual styling appointment or a curated dressing room to go, give Dressers a call or email.
Field Works sells an eclectic mix of goods, including stationery, bath and body products, home goods, personal accessories, and gifts. You’ll find a wide and exclusive array of Petaluma and Sonoma County merchandise, much of it made by local independent makers. Shop their online store for gift sets, and enjoy a little touch of Sonoma County. For something uniquely Petaluma, check out their exclusive line of Petaluma Chicken clothes and accessories.
Family-run Figone’s Olive Oil Company is now offering curbside pick-up options at their production facility two days a week. Figone’s extra virgin olive oils, as well as their elegant bottles, olive wood products, beautiful Italian ceramics and linens, and bath and body products make excellent Sonoma County gifts. Find all these products online here.
For locals, the Healdsburg Farmers’ Market is opening their Saturday market two weeks early this year on Saturday, April 18th. The market will be in its usual location at the West Plaza Parking Lot, where you can shop for fresh fruits, vegetables and locally produced goods. Due to the Shelter-In-Place order, there are some regulations in place—check here to know what to expect when you shop at the Saturday market.
From jewelry to jam, the Made Local Marketplace has a wide variety of goods that are available online for purchase. As the name alludes to, Made Local sources products from the local community of Sonoma County artists, makers and producers who are proud to share their unique, handcrafted goods with locals and visitors alike.
Osmosis Day Spa Sanctuary’s online retail store is open and filled with great gifts and products to support your healthy lifestyle. This way, you can still treat yourself to their signature tea blends, unique body and wellness products, and their carefully curated selection of gifts. Looking to treat a loved one to soothing self care? Purchase gift certificates here. (They are also accepting donations to support their staff and operations during this time.)
You can follow organizations such as GO LOCAL Sonoma County, who are frequently posting special offers, updates, and services being offered by Sonoma County businesses.
Made Local Marketplace
From jewelry to jam, we’ve found the best local talent and have a wonderful variety of goods. Our local artists, crafters and producers are proud to share their unique, hand-crafted goods with locals and visitors. We are located between Mendocino & B Street.
SONOMA COUNTY CLUBS AND GIFT SUBSCRIPTIONS
Sonoma County Population
Sonoma County, California’s estimated population is 485,722 with a growth rate of -0.88% in the past year according to the most recent United States census data. Sonoma County, California is the 18th largest county in California. The 2010 Population was 484,755 and has seen a growth of 0.20% since this time.
Sonoma County Demographics
Median Household Income
Median household income represents the level of earnings with half of households below and half above the median household income. From 2016 to 2021, projections show Sonoma County’s median wage increasing from $63,910 to $74,485. Despite this increase, Sonoma County’s median income still remains below all comparable counties in California, except for Monterey County.
Current and Projected Age Distribution
Current and projected age distribution displays the breakdown of Sonoma County’s population in 2016 and projected percentages in 2021 using five different age brackets. The 25-44 age bracket is projected to overtake the 45-64 bracket by 2021 and thus become the most populous age range in the county. Conversely, the percentage of the population under 25 is projected to decline from approximately 30% in 2016 to 28% in 2021. A noticeable increase occurs in the population of those in the 65 & over age bracket, signaling the advancement of an aging population.
Ethnic distribution in Sonoma County reflects the ethnic make-up of the county population. The White population comprises the majority of the population (63.3%), however this ethnic group constitutes a smaller percentage of the population compared to previous years. The Latino population represents the largest minority group covering over a quarter of the population (26.9%), while other minorities each represent less than 5 percent of the population: Asian (4.1%), all other groups (3.8%), African American (1.5%), and Native American (0.7%).
Sonoma County Weather
Sonoma County has amazing delightful weather. The summers are long, warm, arid, and mostly clear and the winters are short, cold, wet, and partly cloudy. It feels comfortable here all of the time. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 38°F to 84°F and is rarely below 29°F or above 94°F. Based on the tourism score, the best time of year to visit Sonoma for warm-weather activities is from late June to mid September. There’s nothing more comfortable that living here. Nice warm weather and not v=so cold winters make for mostly super comfortable days all year around. Therefor you will not need tons of winter clothes .. just a good parka will be sufficient. ok you might need a raincoat too. And then just bust out your shorts and sundresses in the hotter months.
Companies Headquartered in Sonoma County
Sonoma County is a great place to work. Talk about diverse areas of work from agriculture to technology to farming to all kinds of small businesses here is a list of 100 local business. This is a list of hot link to the company websites.
Bank of Marin
Beyers Costin Simon
Centric General Contractors
Child Parent Institute
Chop’s Teen Club
Coast Landscape Management
Coldwell Banker Brokers of the Valley
Community Child Care Council of Sonoma County (4Cs)
Cork Supply USA
Costeaux French Bakery
Dal Poggetto & Company
DH Wine Compliance
Don Sebastiani & Sons
Eckhoff and Company
Francis Ford Coppola Winery
GC Micro Corporation
George Petersen Insurance Agency
Goodwill of the Redwood Empire
Healdsburg Lumber Company
Hogan Land Services
InterWest Insurance Services
Jackson Family Wines
Kaiser Permanente Santa Rosa Medical Center
La Tortilla Factory
Linkenheimer LLP CPAs & Advisors
M.A. Silva USA
Meritage Medical Network
Moore Solar Heating and Cooling
Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Sonoma County
O’Brien Watters & Davis
PACE Supply Corp.
Parkpoint Health Clubs (Santa Rosa, Sonoma and Healdsburg)
Petaluma Health Center
Pisenti & Brinker
Reyes Farmstead Cheese Company
Quattrocchi Kwok Architects
Redwood Credit Union
Redwood Empire Schools Insurance Group
Scott Technology Group
Sequoia Senior Solutions
Social Advocates for Youth
Spaulding McCullough & Tansil
St. Francis Winery & Vineyards
Summit State Bank
Terra Firma Global Partners
The Engine Is Red
The Healdsburg School
Top Speed Data Communications
Valley Tire & Brake of Santa Rosa
W. Bradley Electric
Woodruff-Sawyer & Co.
YWCA Sonoma County
Chambers of Commerce
Sonoma County Police Departments
Fire Departments Sonoma County
Sonoma County Jobs
Sonoma County Cost of Living
Sonoma County is among the pricier places to live in California, according to the Economic Policy Institute.
The organization recently released its 2018 family budget calculator that estimates how costly it is to live in each of America’s 3,142 counties and 611 metro area. Using a cost of living calculator is a great way to see how your promotion will pay off.. maybe you will have to negotiate more for the new Sonoma County job.
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Sonoma County Average Home Prices
Sonoma County Homes For Sale
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Sonoma County Commute Times
I Can tell you from being a local that I love getting around here. Even a drive to San Francisco is one my of my favorite things as the drive is so nice. In 2020 there was hardly anyone on the road. However, here in April 2021 after driving from Novato everyday last week later in the day the traffic is back. The 101 freeway is being transformed every week making the new road noticeably improved adding to an already nice trip to The City. As for living here and commuting to the East Bay you are looking at at least and hour plus depending on which end of the East Bay you are traveling to. Commuting isn’t fun for the most part..so living and working in Sonoma County is probably your best choice. Commute Insight
Sonoma County Restaurants
Whew! There’s are so many to choose from! Which city wins in restaurant count? I am thinking Healdsburg. But don’t ignore the other cities as the list is seemingly endless. I have to be honest , I haven’t heard of 80% of these restaurants.. they look amazing though. Not only is it great to go to Healdsburg or Sonoma or Petaluma to stroll along the street and pop in and out of the stores and land finally in a great place to eat but it is most definitely like a mini vacation in every city you visit. The food is different, the ambiances are different and the journey getting here can be one of the best driving experiences in the world. Now that life is changing back to more freedom let’s go eat and be with friends and get back to FUN! ok you pick first! Here’s a list of some but not all of the great places to eat in SoCo. Get out and drive and eat and socialize!
- In Petaluma, Della Fattoria … amazing
- Thistle Meats, Petaluma
- In Healdsburg, Journeyman Meat Co
- SingleThread, Healdsburg
- Barndiva, Healdsburg
- Bravas Bar de Tapas, Healdsburg
- Dry Creek Kitchen, Healdsburg
- Diavola Pizzeria + Salumeria, Geyserville
- Backyard in Forestville, …… great palce to eat
- Bravas Bar de Tapas in Healdsburg
- Chalkboard in Healdsburg
- Glen Ellen Star in Glen Ellen
- Risibisi in Petaluma
- El Molino Central in Sonoma
- Ramen Gaijin in Sebastopol … love the noodles
- Stockhome in Petaluma
- Valette, Healdsburg
- Chalkboard, Healdsburg
- Campo Fina, Healdsburg
- In Santa Rosa, The Spinster Sisters… this is a regualr stop..yummy
- In Freestone, Wild Flour Bread…. pick something up and take my favorite drive Cole Vally Rod to the Pacific Ocean 1.5 hours.. the best
- In Duncan Mills, Gold Coast Coffee & Bakery
- In Forestville, Farmhouse Inn
- In Rohnert Park, Hana Japanese Restaurant
- In Geyserville, Diavola Pizzeria + Salumeria
- In Sonoma, El Molino Central … this is a regular stop.. love it yummmy $$$
- Café La Haye, Sonoma … amazing.. delish
- In Sebastopol, Ramen Gaijin
- Layla, Sonoma
- Trattoria Roma, Petaluma …love this place delish
- Jam’s Joy Bungalow, Sebastopol
- Shige Sushi & Izakaya, Sonoma
- HanBul Korean BBQ, Santa Rosa
- Sweet T’s, Windsor… the best of the best.. go for lunch
- Acme Burger, Cotati
- Valley Ford Cheese & Creamery, Valley Ford… thhheeee best drive the cheese is so great
- Kosho, Sebastopol .. .. upscale see my video VIDEO
- Bird & The Bottle, Santa Rosa .. the Starks are the best.. great location
- Amy’s Drive Thru, Rohnert Park… fantastic
- Trading Post, Cloverdale…. just dropis its great
- Hazel, Occidental
- Guerneville Bank Club, Guerneville
- K&L Bistro, Sebastopol
- Fig Café, Glen Ellen
- Hana Japanese Restaurant, Rohnert Park
- Willi’s Wine Bar, Santa Rosa
- Chilies Pies, Guerneville
- Nimble & Finn’s Ice cream, Guerneville
- More links: restaurants
Sonoma County Nightlife
Hello visitor. I am not a nightlife person but I will provide a list of places for you to enjoy. As of this latest up date these places are open. Let’s keep checking them out as the 2021 years unfolds.
Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve, Guerneville
Armstrong Redwoods State Reserve provides a great place for your family to walk among towering coast redwood trees.
Some of the most popular trees include the Icicle Tree, with its mysterious “burl” formations, the Colonel Armstrong Tree, estimated to be over 1,400 years old, and the Parson Jones Tree, reaching heights of over 310 feet tall (that’s taller than a football field is long).
Candy & Kites and Second Wind, Bodega Bay
With some of the best-ever kite-flying conditions found along Sonoma County’s breezy coast, it’s no wonder the tiny town of Bodega Bay boasts two kite stores. Bring your own kite, or shop for one in town at Candy & Kites and Second Wind, both located on Coast Highway 1. Plus, the nearby Doran Regional Park hosts the Castles and Kites festival each May, with spectacular kites, demonstrations, and kite-flying training on the beach, as well as sandcastle sculpture creations.
Howarth Park, Santa Rosa
This 152-acre community park includes an amusement park with a miniature train ride, carousel, animal farm, and pony rides. It also includes unique playground structures, a beautiful lake for fishing and boating, a softball field, tennis courts, picnic areas, and miles of hiking and jogging areas.
Petrified Forest, Calistoga
Step back in time, over 3 million years, and witness redwood trees that were turned to stone 3.4 million years ago by a local volcano. Both guided and self-guided tours are available. Although the post office lists this as a Calistoga (Napa County) address, the park is located just over the border in Sonoma County.
Enjoy a “wild” time by riding in an open-air safari vehicle through this 400-acre wildlife preserve. You’ll catch sight of giraffes, lemurs, cheetahs, and wildebeests. And it gets even better — you can stay overnight in one of their luxurious safari tents.
Sears Point Driving Experience, Sonoma
If you need some excitement, check out the Sears Point Driving Experience for a cool kart racing experience on California’s longest track (for ages 13 and older; those under age 18 must have a parent or guardian present at time of rental). Or, let your teens try racing lessons or even take the defensive driving course.
Sonoma Canopy Tours, Occidental
Go soaring through the treetops of a redwood forest. A zip line lets the magic of gravity do all the work. Fitted with a specially-designed harness, you’ll reach speeds of up to 25 miles per hour on the fastest zips. (Patricipants must be 10 or older, and weigh at least 70 and no more than 250 pounds.)
Sonoma Plaza, Sonoma
This eight-acre park in the center of town includes a duck pond and two playgrounds. This is a great place for kids to burn off some energy on the playgrounds, enjoy a picnic (tables are available, and the park is cool and shady), and feed the ducks. Surrounding the plaza you’ll find shops, restaurants, and historic sites, including the last and northernmost of the California missions.
State and Regional Parks, throughout Sonoma County
There’s a wide array of family fun, including fishing, kayaking, and horseback riding along the Pacific Coast or Russian River, hiking and biking dedicated trails in more than 55 state and regional nature parks, or discovering Sonoma County and California’s rich heritage in several history parks. Using Sonoma County Regional Parks trails are free but there are parking fees, usually $7. Those are waived with a Regional Parks membership.
This old-fashioned, scaled-down railroad will delight young train fans. The 20-minute train ride goes over bridges, through tunnels, and stops in its miniature town, “Lakeview,” which includes a petting zoo. Kids will also get to enjoy six other rides including a carousel and Ferris wheel.
Sonoma County Outdoor Activities
Nature is an artist whose palette expands dramatically in early spring. That’s when the bright green open spaces of Sonoma County are at first dotted, then broadly brushed, with the richest of hues.
Although coastal flowers can bloom year-round, Sonoma County’s most dizzying spring wildflower displays tend to be inland, among the meadows and vernal pools of our oak woodlands. That’s where entire hillsides turn purple with lupine and orange with poppies—and it’s where the following parks are located.
Wildflower fans like to visit these places from February to May, field guides in hand (or downloaded on smartphones) as they enjoy the beauty of nature’s most colorful artworks:
With its mild Mediterranean climate, mountains, valleys, forests, and more than 50 miles of Pacific Ocean coastline, Sonoma County offers a generous range of outdoor activities.
Among the most popular activities among outdoor lovers are hiking and biking, often along trails in the county’s 11 state parks and more than 50 regional parks. Most parks offer other diversions, including fishing, swimming, boating, equestrian trails, and camping.
Of course, you don’t need to confine your walkabouts (or bikeabouts) to dedicated trails; it’s fun to walk or cycle through urban areas, too. The historic plaza in the town of Sonoma, with its ties to early California, is fascinating – and offers lots of things to do.
Be prepared to be amazed when you stroll along Sebastopol’s Florence Avenue, home to many whimsical sculptures by Patrick Amiot and Brigette Laurent. See the quiet side of Santa Rosa on the Santa Rosa Creek Trail. Bicycle to the coast along Highway 12 — and while you’re at it, try to spot the ghost of Alfred Hitchcock in the tiny town of Bodega, where he filmed The Birds.
Another popular way to enjoy a day outdoors? Spend it on the coast. With more than 50 miles facing the Pacific Ocean, the county contains a great many fabulous beaches.
Some are intimate coves that require a steep hiking descent to reach (and a steep climb to leave). At others you can park your car and easily step onto the beach. No matter how you reach a beach, once there you can choose an activity that’s perfect for you on that day: beachcombing, tide pool exploration, whale watching, curling up with a good book, building a driftwood fort, or simply sea-gazing.
Here are just a few other ideas for outdoor adventuring in Sonoma County:
- Boat camping at Lake Sonoma
- Canoeing or kayaking
- Go-Kart Racing (at Driven Raceway or Sears Point Racing Experience)
- Horseback riding through the redwoods or along the coast
- Hot Air Ballooning
- Scuba Diving
- Segway rentals and tours (with Segway of Healdsburg or Sonoma Adventures)
- Sky Diving
- Swimming (at beaches or in swimming pools)
- Take a safari at an African wildlife park
- Water Skiing at Lake Sonoma
- Whale Watching
Sonoma County Housing Affordability
Sonoma County School Districts
Sonoma County Highest Rated Schools
Sunridge Charter Sebastopol
Meadow Elementary School Petaluma
Grant Elementary School Petaluma
Yulupa Elementary School Santa Rosa
Sebastopol Independent Charter Sebastopol
Mark West Charter Santa Rosa
Hillcrest Middle School Sebastopol
Twin Hills Charter Middle School Sebastopol
Analy High School Sebastopol
Petaluma High School Petaluma
Credo High School Rohnert Park
Casa Grande High School Petaluma
Sonoma County Cities &
Neighborhoods – 5 Largest
Sonoma County Wedding Venues
Picking the perfect place for your wedding location is the beginning of the exciting planning you are starting most likely just starting to organize. Picking the location is nearly always the first step in the success of your big day. Sonoma County is abundant with spectacular locations that are great for pictures with surroundings and views you will remember forever in your wedding photos. Are you looking for small and intimate or are you inviting 300 people? There are venues which will accommodate many sizes of gatherings and are some of the worlds most famous locations for events..let’s look at a few. These are my highlights because I have been to them and know they are lovely.
Vintners Resort – Santa Rosa
In Sonoma County’s this is one of the prime locations and easy to get to and the food is to die for! Whether you are planning a wedding for a few hundred people or an intimate occasion for a select few the Vintners Resort can accommodate you. Set in a romantic wine country resort you will delight in the stunning vineyard views, flawless lawns and flower gardens. Never to disappoint the award-winning cuisine from the nationally-acclaimed John Ash & Co. restaurant will top of your special day. I have been here for many an event as well as just for dinner and I remember the meal for months afterwards.
Situated on 92 acres of vineyards in Sonoma County the Events Center boasts a spectacular 35-foot bell tower entrance and fountain with walls of windows and beautiful exquisite décor with outdoor details like terraces and perfect landscaped gardens. I always admire the bunches of flowers in the garden topped with an outdoor fireplace and when you are in wine country at any time of the year have in a fireplace to gather around later in the day is fantastic. You can choose between one of the Wedding Pavilions overlooking the vineyards or have you wedding indoors with a lit beamed ceiling and a stone alcove which I love for weddings held at any time of the day.
Go here, walk a round and see what I mean… I am thinking it’ll be on your top three locations list.
Inn at the Tides
A wedding on the water? You cannot beat it. I love this place. Its rugged but so great because it is on the water! Picture that sunset wedding..that picture of you both right at sunset! Yes this is the spot for that! The Inn at the Tides is the ideal Sonoma County Coast location for intimate weddings with the area’s most spectacular views. I have been to several events here and always love it. The surroundings are more casual, but with great flowers and the view it’s a location to remember. The food was excellent. An ocean wedding is great..take a drive and see what I mean.
Chateau St. Jean
Set smack dab in the middle of the Sonoma Valley Chateau St. Jean is the perfect wedding venue for anyone dreaming of the wedding setting right out of a magazine with the beautifully landscaped grounds and historic chateau . Romantic comes to mind when I think of this setting. That Sonoma County wedding dream comes true here at Chateau St. Jean.
Comfortable and romantic outdoor areas are surrounded by lush vineyards, picturesque mountains, shaded gardens, mature redwoods and expansive lawn, with the Chateau as an elegant back drop. Experience the gracious hospitality of Chateau St. Jean and the professionalism and expertise of our events team. Allow our event consultant to help you customize your dream event.
Kenwood Inn & Spa
I haven’t been here for a wedding but I have had many meals here and think it is one of the most delicious places to eat in Sonoma County and talk about cute cozy and romantic, well this is it! The Mediterranean-style villa and gardens are set in the famous countryside setting in the Sonoma Valley. I love this place so much especially for small gatherings. Have lunch here and see what I mean.
- 10400 Sonoma Highway, Kenwood CA 95452
- Tel:707-833-1293 800-353-6966
- Email: [email protected]
Jack London Lodge
Are you picturing a more rustic kind of wedding location? Not too fancy, not too much.. this is a great place. Old and so Sonoma County the location for guest to stay and for a great wedding day is great. Love it. There is no Chateau but it’s right down the road from Jack London’s Wolf House! .. it’s rustic adventurous! I love wedding in rustic locations. There is something about adding the flowers and the beauty of the bride and the families gathering that make it extra unique and fun and memorable. Surrounded by the scenic hills and vineyards of the “Valley of the Moon,” the Jack London Lodge is the picture perfect destination for your wedding, reception, or rehearsal dinner for up to 150 guests. You can host an intimate wedding ceremony, a fun cocktail party or family gathering in this charming Sonoma County venue with local wine country cuisine and a warm, rustic ambiance.
Jack London Lodge
13740 Arnold Dr, Glen Ellen CA 95442
MacArthur Place Inn & Spa
MacArthur Place has a whole new ownership is the last few years and they gave it more of a glam, modern country theme. I still love it. Gone is the western theme that was delightful for 15 years. The whole place is really cute. Now it is grown up and lush and green and the bungalows are amazing to stay in and the dining room has proven once again to be delicious. The last time I enjoyed MacArthur Place was for a Thanksgiving dinner and it was fantastic. It is great because it is close to the downtown with easy access to wine tasting and and other things you might want to do if you are coming to a wedding in Sonoma County. They have a great room for a wedding and the gardens are amazing too.
MacArthur Place is just short of an hour from San Francisco with 64-elegant rooms and suites. They have a spa to enjoy with your stay. Love this place too..goo check it out!
MacArthur Place Inn & Spa
29 East MacArthur Street, Sonoma CA 95476
(707) 938-2929 | (800) 722-1866 (toll free)
Rustic Charm come again.. I think its a common theme in Sonoma County. I have been to many events up here and a few weddings and I love it to. It is about 1 hour and 30 minutes North of San Francisco. Located in the heart of wine country with great old historic buildings this wedding site can accommodate groups from 20 to 500 people. As you drive up Atop Fitch Mountain in Healdsburg CA, Villa Chanticleer you will enjoy the panoramic views of Northern California’s famed wine country. This place give you the quintessential wine country experience as you are surrounded by beautiful old growth oaks and Redwood groves. Villa Chanticleer has a rich history dating back to 1910, giving it its lovely charm. It can be hot in the summer! So plan accordingly!
900 Chantecleer Way, Healdsburg CA 95448
Sonoma County Animal Control
Sonoma County Regional Parks
Boy do I love Sonoma County Regional Parks! I have my favorites and I am highlighting them here for you plus a few more.