Outdoor Activities in Sonoma County

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Connect with the land in Sonoma County, one of California’s most diverse natural destinations. More than 60 regional and state parks beckon travelers to hike through redwood forests, paddle along the coast or down rivers, or just sit down and enjoy the sounds of nature.

More daring explorers may opt to zip line with Sonoma Canopy Tours. Check out our guides to outdoor activities, cycling, hiking, camping, and backpacking in Sonoma County.

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Skydiving at Norcal Skydiving Photo
220 Airport Road, Cloverdale, CA 95425

Come on a Bay Area skydiving excursion with us and experience the adventure of a lifetime in one of the most beautiful places in the world! When you jump from more than two miles up, you'll be falling…

Cloverdale City Park Photo
450 W. Second Street, Cloverdale, CA 95425

Cloverdale City Park is a 7.4 acre community park located at 450 W est Second Street, Cloverdale. Park amenities include children's play structures and swings, baseball field, basketball court,…

Spoke Folk Cyclery – Cloverdale Photo
111 E. First Street, Cloverdale, CA 95425

Cycle-tour one of the most beautiful areas in the world, the Sonoma County Wine Country. Ride through picturesque vineyard landscapes in the famous Dry Creek, Alexander and Russian River Valleys,…

 

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Food insecurity is very real.  Join us in the fields, and help glean so no food is left behind.  Farm to Pantry,