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Sonoma County

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Tucked in the Sonoma Valley and better known as the 'Valley of the Moon,' Sonoma is the birthplace of the California wine industry. It is known for its small stores and quaint shops and has a historic plaza that is full of places to explore including restaurants and wineries. What you find here, well, it just can't be found anywhere else.

Sonoma Plaza

Historic downtown Sonoma features a style built around history representative of General Vallejo and the Bear Flag revolt and features an eight-acre plaza home to Sonoma's Farmer's Market, great shops and exceptional restaurants.

Glen Ellen

Right in Jack London's backyard, the small town of Glen Ellen features the Jack London State Historic Park, tasting rooms and local eateries, nestled away in a beautiful landscape.


Located in the region of Sonoma Valley best known as the Valley of the Moon, Kenwood lies between Bennett Mountain and Sugarloaf Ridge, and is most famous for vineyards, restaurants and its European-style.

Santa Rosa

As the largest city in Wine Country, Santa Rosa boasts history dating back to the 1830s, including its central square, now called Old Courthouse Square. Santa Rosa has unique restaurants and wine bars, specialty shops, distinctive lodging and plenty of entertainment.


A popular film location, with one of the best-preserved historic downtown districts in the United States, Petaluma features more than 195 wineries, redwoods and a spectacular riverfront, charming visitors and locals alike.


With beautiful tree-lined streets, Sebastopol maintains a unique set of shops nestled in historic buildings with the feel of the nearby Russian River running through the town.


At the center of the county, this town is surrounded by rolling hills, forests of redwoods and one-of-a-kind vineyards. With the perfect summertime farmer's market and yearly Jazz Festival, Cotati remains a treasured community in Wine Country and features one of the only hexagonally-designed plazas in America.

Rohnert Park

With connections to the East Coast, Rohnert Park is modeled after cities in New York and Pennsylvania, with a sister city of Hashimoto in Japan. This culturally diverse community offers an exceptional variety of parks, recreation, outdoor adventures, shops and eateries.

Bodega Bay

Along Sonoma's west coast, you can catch some sun, surf or a view of the seals at Bodega Bay's beaches. There are plenty of fishing spots, spas, galleries and outdoor activities that make it the perfect destination for the family or active couple looking for adventure!


With boutique shopping, outdoor concerts and movies, an annual Hot Air Balloon Classic, cafes and gorgeous landscapes, Windsor is best known for its specialty items and fresh produce, featuring the best California has to offer.


Home to the annual Cloverdale Citrus Fair and away from the bustle of a big city, Cloverdale offers oak-covered rolling hills with a small-town feel and amazing outdoor activities you can only find in this matchless town.


Nestled along the Russian River, Guerneville is filled with fishing, spas, ballooning, coastline, nightlife and redwoods. Guerneville also features a fun-filled Main Street with local dining and lodging, Farmer's Market and more!


At the intersection of three major wine-growing regions, Healdsburg is not only known for its eclectic taste in food and wine but also for its great outdoor activities including biking, camping, rowboats and hot air balloons through Wine Country.