Angel Island State Park offers some of the best views of the Bay Area with 13 miles of hiking trails, 16 campsites, thousands of years of history, and incredible historic sites to visit on the 740-acre island.
Mendocino Woodlands Cabins
Mendocino Woodlands National Historic Landmark State Park has the most amazing rustic cabins tucked away in a redwood forest just northeast of the town of Mendocino. We saw the cabins when we hiked through the park last year and were wanting to go back to stay for a weekend. The 720-acre park was built in the 1930s as part of…
Spring Lake Camping Cabins – Sonoma County
Spring Lake Regional Park is in the heart of Sonoma County and provides access to boating, swimming, camping, and has a discovery center. Located right next to Trione-Annadel State Park known for dozens of trails great for horses, hikers, and mountain bikers make Spring Lake a great weekend destination! Stay in the cabins and use this as a perfect glamping…
Mendocino Woodlands – Mendocino County
Mendocino Woodlands State Park was part of the Works Progress Administration and the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s built to introduce the public to the wonders of nature through recreation and conservation. This national landmark on 720-acres with 25 miles of gorgeous trails and 3 campgrounds is tucked away just north and east of the town of Mendocino. Mendocino…
Sutro Wine Co Nature Hike
Sutro Wine Co. may have only been founded in 2012, but Alice Warnecke Sutro’s family has lived in Sonoma County since the 1870s and on the Warnecke Ranch since 1911. With strong roots comes pioneering women and men that have built the legacy of this property we were so fortunate to walk on. Sutro Wine Company Love cab, merlot, and…
Glamping in Carmel Valley
Hike, eat, wine taste, and glamp in an adorable cabin in Carmel Valley! Then take Hwy 1 to enjoy how beautiful fall is along the NorCal coast!
Hood Mountain’s New Lawson Trail – Sonoma County
Hood Mountain has a new 247-acre Lawson Expansion with 2 new miles of trails! This 7-mile round trip hike with 1,168 feet elevation gain gives stunning views of Sonoma Valley!
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