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Family Fun in Sonoma County

Sonoma County has been a family destination for years. Connect with the land and with each other when you visit the Pacific Ocean, rivers, redwood forests, and more than 60 regional and state parks. Fly a kite at the coast. Go on safari at a wildlife preserve. 

Tour the museum dedicated to Peanuts cartoonist Charles M. Schulz. Explore the hands-on magical Children's Museum of Sonoma County. Ride on one of the best scale railroads in the country at Train Town. Plan your family’s vacation today with our free Visitors Guide.

January 2021 Update:  During the current COVID-19 pandemic, a number of Sonoma County experiences and activities are currently unavailable. See What’s Open. Sonoma County Tourism is encouraging everyone to follow public health authorities’ recommendations  and to review the Safe Travels Promise as a way to keep our community and visitors safe.

View Sonoma County's Health & Safety Protocols

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Sonoma County Farm Trails Photo
Contact us directly, Sebastopol, CA 95472

Sonoma County encompasses a wide variety of landscapes: from oak-studded hills to flood plains, from redwood groves to windswept beaches. Sonoma County Farm Trails members can be found in all of these…

Game the Room Photo
5430 Commerce Blvd., Suite 2G Rohnert Park, CA 94928

Game the Room is an immersive escape room in Rohnert Park. You’ll have an amazing time working with your group to complete challenging puzzles, crack cryptic locks, and solve the mystery before time…

Double Decker Lanes Photo
300 Golf Course Drive, Rohnert Park, CA 94928

Double Decker Lanes has been family owned and operated since 1975. We are located right next to the Foxtail Golf Resort in Rohnert Park, CA. Our bowling center is the largest and most modern in the…

Vertex Climbing Center Photo
3358-A Coffey Lane, Santa Rosa, CA 95403

At Vertex we offer classes that will please a wide audience, from the newbie who wants to try out climbing for the first time, to the experience climber who wants to get to the next level.