5100 Montero Way
Petaluma, CA 94954
Phone: (707) 664-1155
Fax: (707) 664-8566
Cerro Pampa Polo Club does not boast of an excellent infrastructure. But this club is a popular spot for polo enthusiasts. It has a fully pitched Bermuda Grass Polo Field, exercise track and pastures for the horses and players. It hosts the annual Oyster Cup Tournament. Riding and polo seasons are from April to October.
The Jack London State Historic Park is a beautiful site that consists of a land of 47.5 acres. One can discover the beautiful trails, picnic sites, ancient stone barns, and the Happy Walls museum. The park also includes the burial site of London, ruins of the house, and most of the things of London. This place is called the National Historic Landmark.
A golf institution since 1928, the Sonoma Golf Club has a profound history. Set on 177 acres (71.6 hectares) of lush greens, this course is excellent. The diversity and challenges in the form of hills, bunkers, creeks on the course, make every game an exciting one, even for the most seasoned of golfers. Important events like the PGA Championships Tour and other competitions take place on these grounds. The club has also hosted the prestigious Charles Schwab Cup Championship. After a grueling game, guests can unwind at the clubhouse equipped with facilities like a spa, a steam room and a massage center. A tennis court and swimming pool are also available for your recreation.
Mountain biking, kayaking and cruises are only a few of the numerous activities organized by Getaway Adventures. Covering most of Sonoma County—Napa and Healdsburg in particular—these tours offer amazing views of the wine country, while the weekend trips are perfect for a romantic retreat. Mud baths, spa treatments and dinner are included, during long breaks between biking under clear skies. Knowledgeable and friendly guides are at hand. Prices and timings vary by tour, though the daily tours are mostly between 9:30a to 3:30p, and cost between USD80-150 per person.
Two beautiful 18 hole golf courses are open to the public at this golf club. One is a 6,400 yard par 72 course and the other is a 4,300 yard par 63 course. There is also a driving range, putting greens, two pro shops, and a large clubhouse.
Designed by Ben Harmon in 1959, this 18 hole golf course presents a challenge to the experienced golfer, yet it is perfect for the beginner golfer.
This arena offers a large variety of skating activities, including both public and private ice skating times. A first class coffee shop is located on site.
The ultra-luxurious Stonetree Golf Club takes golfing to a whole new level. One of California's best, the club provides sheer excellence with every blade of grass. Exquisite in its design and contours, the course promises a challenging playing field for every golfer. The spike-only course is made up of undulating fairways, ideally placed bunkers and breathtaking greens. Finish off your day's play at the state of the art clubhouse offering picturesque views of the course.
This is a championship private golf course that includes a membership to the new, premier athletic club. The athletic club is available to members outside of the golf club.
Point Reyes Outdoors offers kayaking tours on Drakes Estero and Tomales Bay, naturalist-led sea kayaking trips on the west coast, hiking tours, sea kayaking classes, coastal clinics, and more.
Tomales Bay is known to be the oyster land but it is much more beyond that. This scenic estuary is a protected site and is full of migratory birds, fauna and wildlife. You will also find ranches, dairies and farms at various locations. It is a great place for water sports enthusiasts as it includes kayaking, sailing, canoeing and more. Nature lovers and avid birdwatchers have also got plenty to do here. Hiking trails, picnic spots are also available for those visiting Tomales Bay. Flanked by small towns, Tomales Bay is a wonderful place to explore nature's beauties.
Located in Napa Valley and the brain child of Rene and Veronica di Rosa, this place is all of 217 scenic acres (87.8 hectares) and houses nearly 2200 works of art by more than 900 artists. The Preserve was set up to promote the arts and culture of the Northern California region. Guests are bound to be charmed by the beautiful pieces of art found in a location that itself is picturesque with scenic natural beauty. Besides an arts gallery, guests can rent out the lawns for weddings and other special events. Regular exhibitions to promote art are held here too.