Sonoma’s Most Popular Activates

Sonoma Valley is a legendary winemaking region, but there is much more to do than winetasting, exploring a winery’s beautiful grounds and wine caves or making a sport out of paring the perfect wine and cheese combination. 

Sonoma has an amazing history that can come alive by visiting the Sonoma State Historic Park. Fly over Napa Valley in a hot air balloon. Hike and nature walk one of Sonoma’s many parks and open spaces.

Here is a list of some of the most popular activities in the area. For a complete list, please be sure to visit our “All Recreational Activates” page.


Spring Lake Regional Park

This is one of Sonoma County's most popular parks. It features hiking trails, boating, a campground, picnic areas, natural history center, and a lagoon for summer swimming. The park has 31 campsites and three permanent sleeping cabins. Tent, trailer, and RV campers...

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Larson Park

The park features a playground, picnic area, restrooms, community garden and wonderful views of Sonoma Creek. It also has: a baseball/softball field, a basketball court, a soccer/multi-use field, and Four tennis courts. Dogs are allowed on leash. Address: 329 DeChene...

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Sonoma Adventures

If you’re looking for one of the most fun and adventurous activities in Sonoma, Sonoma Adventures bike and Segway tours (guided and self-guided) and rentals allow you to see all of the best sights up close and personal. They will deliver rented equipment directly to...

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Wine Country Cyclery

They offer the latest fleet of bikes available in the valley. They replace their comfort/hybrids every year, and their road bikes every 2-3 years (depending on use) to ensure they can provide the latest equipment and features. They rent a variety of bikes such as...

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