Sonoma, CA Travel Guide

The historic city of Sonoma is located in northern California and it is the centerpiece of the famous winemaking region collectively known as Sonoma Valley. Sonoma is known for its unique shops, fabulous restaurants, art galleries and historic Sonoma Plaza.

Located on the north end of the plaza is Sonoma State Historic Park, home to a number of 19th-century adobe buildings including a hotel, Mexican military barracks, and the Mission San Francisco Solano. The Mission was the last California Mission built and it is the most north mission in Alta California.

The square within the plaza has a popular children's play area, amphitheater, duck pond and—during the summer—a very popular weekly farmer's market. It is also features a historic marker dedicated to the revolt that helped usher in California's independence from Mexico.

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Please be safe… August 2020 saw some of the biggest wildfires in California’s history. Massive losses of forest acreage, homes and businesses. And, unfortunately, we are just now entering the peak fire season. Please be...

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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...

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Graton Resort and Casino

Located in Sonoma County wine country, Graton Resort & Casino is owned and operated by the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria. The resort and casino features table games, slot machines, fine and casual dining, lounges...

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