5 Ways to get outdoors this fall
While it is gorgeous here all year long, warm weather is coming to an end and now is the perfect time to get outside and enjoy the sun, while it's still shining!
Sonoma County has a multitude of fun things to do. Among them, going to explore the local art trails, visiting year round farmers' markets, biking through the local vineyards, visiting local farms and walking through Quarryhill Botanical Garden.
Of course in our minds, every great outing deserves delicious food and incredible wines to be complete. And if there’s one thing we know how to do in this county, it’s eat well! So throw a basket and a blanket in your car and head out on a foodie adventure!
For two weekends in October you can explore numerous locations that are featuring art work of local artists in Sonoma! All the trails present the opportunity to watch the artists create own master pieces.
We are lucky to live in an area that offers so many amazing farmers’ markets. No need to limit yourself to just one! Take a road trip with your friends or family and visit a market in the next city over. This is the perfect opportunity to see what different local vendors are producing for you to enjoy!
Experience the beauty of the Sonoma Valley wineries and vineyards while bike riding. Cycle through your favorite winery and pick up a bottle of wine to share at lunch.
Work up your appetite so you can indulge in one of our boxed lunches!
Sonoma County farmers, including The Farm Project at The Rhone Room, will open their gates and barn doors to offer a behind-the-scenes peek at life on the farm on October 14 and 15, 2017. Register for free here to receive the list of participating farms, a detailed program, and interactive online map to chart your self-guided tour.
Quarryhill Botanical Garden, in Glen Ellen is a beautiful Asian Woodland Garden. The flowers, waterfalls, and ponds provide the perfect space to have a relaxing and unique adventure.