The town of Windsor (pop. 26,801) brings a deliberately designed family-friendly emphasis to the heart of the Sonoma County wine and food country.
Located two miles from the Russian River, the well-planned 7.3-square-mile town boasts six community parks, more than 13 neighborhood parks, and three large regional parks. In 2022, Windsor hosted its first-ever PRIDE Festival. Held on the Town Green, the family-friendly event includes a day of music, food, games and colorful surprises.
Windsor's Town Green, designed as a pedestrian-friendly center of town, hosts more than 30 free annual events, including summer movie nights, concerts, a farmers market and special events such as car shows, art fairs, cooking demonstrations, and a variety of festivals.
Visit Downtown Windsor, home to shops featuring gifts, accessories, jewelry, clothing, sporting goods, toys, coffee, candy, and more.
Dining opportunities in Windsor offer something for everyone, from fast food and coffee shops, to fine dining and a wide variety of ethnic choices.
Lodging options include small inns, vacations rentals, and a time share resort. A Hampton Inn and Suites, a Holiday Inn Express Windsor and the new Holiday Inn Windsor Wine Country are within a short distance of the Town Green.
Sonoma Wine Country may be famous for wine tasting and spas, but there is more to Wine Country than that. And Windsor (pop. 26,801), in northern Sonoma County, shows that the small towns of this...
It’s the time of year in Sonoma County when farm stands are laden with fresh strawberries, flower bouquets and first-of-the-season tomatoes. Boozy outdoor brunches and face-plants into giant waffle...
As summer ushers in autumn, we begin to miss our warm-weather berries, peaches, and plums. But that’s why preserving the goodness of harvest has long been a way of life in Sonoma County. We pickle and...
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The Windsor Historical Society’s Museum is located in the historic “Hembree House”, situated across the street from a majestic row of Cypress trees.