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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Bike Tour at Dusk in Healdsburg Photo
Contact us directly, Healdsburg, CA 95448

From corporate retreats or off-sites for team building, to birthday parties, bachelor and bachelorette parties, engagement and wedding parties, graduation celebrations, retirement parties, and family…

Spoke Folk Cyclery in Healdsburg Photo
201 Center Street, Healdsburg, CA 95448

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,…

Thunderbird Ranch Photo
9455 Highway 128, Healdsburg, CA 95448

Traverse over 600 scenic acres in beautiful Alexander Valley aboard one of our fine trail horses. Enjoy the vista of lush green vineyards, the Russian River, and picturesque rolling hills (bring your…

 

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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,