The Maxwell Farms Regional Park is a community park that offers facilities for all types of recreational fun for…More the whole family. The park offers soccer fields, softball fields, little league fields, tennis courts, volleyball courts, a children's playground, a picnic area with barbecues, walking trails, a skateboard park and the Valley of the Moon Boys and Girls Club.
Dogs are allowed as long as they are leashed, and alcohol is prohibited except for those with a reservation at the picnic area.
Daniel J. Parks 722 Broadway, Sonoma, CA95476 Daniel J. Parks is a tax attorney at this law office for clients throughout the San Francisco Bay area. Call for more…More information about the legal services provided.
Sugarloaf Ridge State Park 2605 Adobe Canyon Rd, Kenwood, CA95452 Sugarloaf Ridge State Park is an expansive 3,900-acre area overlooking the North Bay featuring more than 25 miles of…More hiking trails, a campground with 47 campsites, streams and waterfalls and an abundance of wildlife. It also features an astronomy observatory and educational visitors' center dedicated to public education about the local habitats, the greater environment and beyond. This park is managed by Team Sugarloaf and Sonoma Ecology Center in Partnership with California State Parks.
Pueblo Serena Mobile Home Park 951 5th St W, Sonoma, CA95476 The Pueblo Serena Mobile Home Park is a retirement community for ages 55 and over and is located within walking distance…More of shopping, dining and recreation. The park is centered around a beautifully manicured lawn with a swimming pool, flower garden and putting green. On the north side of the lawn is a club house with a kitchen ample enough to facilitate large gatherings. Inside the clubhouse a meeting room, card table and recreation space for the various clubs offered in the park community can be found.
Sonoma TrainTown 20264 Broadway, Sonoma, CA95476 The Sonoma TrainTown amusement park takes you back in time and offers attractions for the entire family in a 10-acre…More park. The most popular attraction is, of course, the 20-minute train journey that crosses bridges and trestles and passes through landscaped areas, waterfalls and historic replicas. The other train-themed rides include a ferris wheel and roller coaster. There is also a children's petting zoo. The park hosts birthday parties and other special events and general admission and parking are free. Individual tickets and packs are sold for the various attractions.
Sonoma State Historic Park Association 20 E Spain St, Sonoma, CA95476 In cooperation with the California State Park Association, the Sonoma State Historic Park Association preserves and…More illuminates upon Sonoma and Petaluma's history. The non profit aims to retell the events that predate the Golden State's rich history. Membership offers discounts to local events and activities sponsored by the association.
Olsen Park 569 Linda Dr, Sonoma, CA95476 Olsen Park is a small neighborhood park located in the residential community between Fifth Street West and Joaquin…More Drive. Catering to children and families, the park features a large playground for school-aged children (5-12 years old) surrounded by benches as well as a picnic area with grills. The grounds offer an ample field dotted with trees for either lounging or playing, and a full-sized basketball court is also available for visitors.
State of California Silverado Sector 363 3rd St W, Sonoma, CA95476 The State of California Silverado Sector is a regional organization that oversees the maintenance of national parks in…More California. It has an office in Sonoma, just off the square, behind the Barracks on West Spain Street, and maintains the park property behind the Vallejo home. The Silverado Sector can be contacted by e-mail or phone to reserve state parks for weddings, parties and private events.
Depot Park Museum 270 1st St W, Sonoma, CA95476 More than just a railroad depot museum, Depot Park Museum is a lovely, shaded park with an old-fashioned gazebo, benches…More and picnic tables. The museum itself, is in the Sonoma Depot building, with a cattle car, refrigerated car and caboose, poised on the tracks. The Museum was dedicated in 1978, and opened in 1979, after a fire destroyed the original building in 1976. The museum houses displays on the Great Bear Flag Revolt, the Miwok Indian period, and Rands Room which is full of railroad memorabilia. Admission is free.