Life opens up in Sonoma County, California. Awaken the senses, deepen connections and savor moments in a one-of-a-kind destination in the heart of California wine country.
Just as winemakers let wine "breathe," or open up, to better taste a wine, Sonoma County invites visitors to do the same. We invite travelers to open up and experience the subtleties of visiting one of the most stunning corners of America. This couldn't be truer now, as life, and travel, opens up.
We’ve saved a seat for you. Sonoma County is a place to connect with the land. And also with each other.
Enjoy simple pleasures, like sampling food from our farms to your table. Savor wine from the heart and soul of wine country. Explore natural wonders like towering redwoods and the rugged Northern California coastline. Treat yourself to al fresco wellness experiences. And enjoy unique adventures like paddling down the Russian River toward the mouth of the Pacific Ocean, zip-lining through redwoods or hot air ballooning over lush, colorful vineyards.
So join us. Sonoma County calls you to open up and live your dreams.
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Cloverdale is a city in Sonoma County, California, United States. The San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad reached Cloverdale in 1872. The Cloverdale Rancheria of Pomo Indians of California is headquartered here. The population was 8,618 at the 2010 census.
Santa Rosa (Spanish for '"Saint Rose"') is a city and the county seat of Sonoma County, in the North Bay region of the Bay Area in California. Its estimated 2019 population was 176,753. It is the largest city in California's Wine Country and Redwood Coast, as well as the fifth most populous city in the Bay Area after San Jose, San Francisco, Oakland, and Fremont; and the 27th most populous city in California.
Calistoga is a city in Napa County, in California's Wine Country. During the 2010 census, the population was 5,155. The city was incorporated on January 6, 1886. In 1868 the California Pacific Railroad was built to Calistoga, becoming a hub and destination. The name comes from a combination of California and Saratoga referring to Saratoga Springs, New York, which is famous on the east coast for its hot springs. Founders of the town wanted to make Calistoga the Saratoga Springs of California drawing tourists to its hot springs.