1050 South State St.
Ukiah, CA 95482
Phone: (707) 462-2906
Fax: (707) 462-3040
Todd Grove Park is a popular municipal park that is loved and frequented by locals. The huge trees make for a perfect shade especially on sunny days and the peaceful atmosphere is a great respite from the city chaos. You can sit all by yourself and enjoy a book or simply get together with your friends for a picnic. With separate picnic areas and barbecue facilities, it is an ideal place to be with your kids during holidays. The park also has swimming pools, playground, volleyball ground and many other facilities. Its small stage serves as a venue for community functions, summer concerts and similar events. For more details, check website.
Saratoga Springs Retreat Center is spread across 260 acres (105.22 hectares) which includes numerous mineral springs and, plenty of fauna and flora. It features three box gorges and is enveloped with ancient oaks and walnut trees along with expansive meadows. Though it was founded in 1871 as a resort, it became a healing retreat after David Carroll bought it in 1991. This beautiful facility has in its complex a multi-purpose room (Heart Lodge), guest cabins, a main lodge, a yurt, hiking trails, a huge swimming pool, camping and common grounds, a hot soaking pool and more. You can avail of the massage and yoga services as well. It is one of the popular spots for conferences, weddings and outdoor activities as well as a wellness and healing retreat.
Hopland is a premier relaxation destination where you can sample or purchase wines at Brutocao Cellars, Fetzer Vineyards, Jeriko Winery, Domain Saint Gregory, and more. You can find food to go with that wine at The Crushed Grape or The Fetzer Vineyard Garden Cafe. There is charming, cozy accommodation at The Hopland Inn and The Fetzer Inn. There are frequent food and wine festivals at the Brutocao Schoolhouse Plaza and the other wineries, as well as live music events at The Hopland Inn. Hopland is also one of the solar energy capitals in the United States and hosts Solfest, which celebrates renewable energy sources and green products. Shopping opportunities abound here, especially for fine wines at all the wineries. But the real gem is Real Goods, which provides a one of a kind shopping experience where all sorts of products, including solar power solutions, are sold in a giant environmental wonder made entirely of rice bales and lighted only by the sun.
The Old Lake County Courthouse is a historic brick house in town. Located around the Lakeport City Park, the basement of this building was used as a local school's library. Its strong structure has even helped it withstand an earthquake. This iconic building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1970.