Dry Creek Kitchen embodies, in bounty and spirit, the very best of Sonoma wine country. An inviting dining room is the perfect setting for vibrant Progressive American cooking and a wine list offering 500 selections. Read more
Just opposite the historic town plaza, Pizzando is a lively, casual restaurant dominated by the aroma of good things emerging from its wood-fired oven. Read more
Located in Hotel Healdsburg’s stylish Fireplace Lobby Lounge, visitors and locals alike favor an extensive drinks menu and an array of small-bite treats from Charlie Palmer’s Dry Creek Kitchen. Read more
Northern Sonoma County is celebrated for its range of wineries and fine dining, in addition to many other pleasures. We look forward to helping you to create a memorable stay at Hotel Healdsburg.Read more
Riverfront Regional Park features a total of 3.12 miles of trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding. The redwood forest at the park entrance contains one of Regional Parks' loveliest group picnic areas, with a large barbecue, a volleyball net strung among the trees, and a horseshoe pit. Open 7am to sunset. Dogs allowed on leash. $7 to park.
On a Sonoma Vineyard Walk, listed as one of the 12 finest walks in the world by Outside's GO magazine, you stay active and healthy on vacation, visit private vineyard properties you'd never see on your own, and learn about wine making and grape growing from your own personal guide
An equestrian and event center overlooking Dry Creek Valley and Lake Sonoma. Only 15 minutes from downtown Healdsburg in the heart of Sonoma Wine Country. Varying lengths of rides perfect to fit any itinerary.
$10 for 10 minutes
We didn't forget the little ones! Unique to Sonoma wine country The Ranch at Lake Sonoma will offer burro rides on a cute little "burro trail" for 10 minutes. Take a picture in front of the view of your little one for a memorable keepsake.
Burke's offers a ten mile, self-guided canoe trip through the Redwoods with return shuttle included. Picnic, swim and sunbathe at beaches along this magnificent stretch of the river. View wildlife such as: otter, Great Blue Heron, osprey, turtles, egret and more.
Offers expertly guided kayaking tours on the Russian River and the Sonoma Coast at Jenner. We offer both guided and self-guided river trips all along the Russian River. We even have a COVID 19 era self-guided Taste Pedal n Paddle trip --minimal contact and no shuttle needed!
Russian River Paddle Boards makes it easy and enjoyable for you to get on the water. Located in the heart of the Wine Country, just south of Healdsburg, Russian River Paddle Boards offers both tours and rentals on some of the most undisturbed and pristine bodies of water in the county. Our boards and equipment are safe and comfortable, providing paddlers with a unique and pleasurable stand up paddling experience. They offer rentals and guided trips.
Experience the Russian River in a unique vessel. Rafts are shaped like a canoe and have a kayak paddle; they are less likely to tip over, making them great for a relaxing time on the river. Reservations suggested.
Bodega Head is the rocky headland that forms the entrance into Bodega Harbor. The harbor side provides a popular crabbing area along the jetty and the many hiking trails on the ocean side allow access to small, sandy coves and spectacular scenic views. The high cliffs offer excellent vantage points for observing migrating gray whales.
Goat Rock, near the mouth of the Russian River, is known for its scenic shoreline and easily accessible sandy beach. Picnic tables and restroom facilities are also available. Goat Rock beach is home to a colony of harbor seals which are fun to watch, but please stay at least 50 yards from the seals, especially during pupping season (March - August.) Due to the protected status of the seals, DOGS are NOT allowed on Goat Rock Beach. Dog are allowed on Blind Beach which is off the south parking lot at Goat Rock. Dogs must remain on leash. Goat Rock is part of the Russian River State Marine Conservation Area (SMRCA) and fishing is not allowed from the north side of the south parking lot to Muniz Ranch.
Every round at the Healdsburg Golf Club at Tayman Park is a scenic experience overlooking the views of beautiful Dry Creek Valley. With the best views in Healdsburg, this wine country course is a treat to play with its undulating terrain and many different shots that you have to play. This course is fun for the beginner and a challenge to the low handicap golfer.
The Healdsburg Golf Club at Tayman Park is a PGA regulation nine-hole layout, which is perfect if you are thinking about having time to wine taste or shop in nearby downtown Healdsburg, yet many of our golfers like to play the course twice for an 18-hole experience As we have different tees for each nine holes this changes the yardage and gives our players a new playing experience.
Amanda Beeler is a LPGA teaching professional and offers lessons. Contact her at 707 239 0624 or www.golfwithamanda.com
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Running shoes (trail and road), apparel, gear, nutrition, runs, races, camps, ambassadors and more...
HRC hosts regular runs including some that our youngest athletes can enjoy. Please see their site for a list of scheduled runs.
Mon-Sat 10 am–7 pm
Sun 11 am–5 pm
Healdsburg Veterans Beach on the Russian River
13839 Old Redwood Hwy | Healdsburg Ph
707 433 1625
The swim area is available to the public from Memorial weekend through Labor Day weekend.
Windsor Golf Club, a former stop on the PGA Nationwide Tour, represents Wine Country golf at its best. The challenging layout carves through a gently rolling landscape dotted with lakes, a meandering creek and majestic oaks.