The peak months for whale watching are January through May. Bring binoculars for a spectacular sighting.
The Sonoma Valley corridor on Highway 12 in Kenwood and Glen Ellen includes several hiking destinations that each offer visitors something a little different.
The New York Times asked readers about "the spots that have delighted, inspired and comforted them in a dark year."
The "town" is a long-forgotten cluster of cabins, most of them built in the 1800s, and a creaky train trestle along the narrow Sonoma Creek in the middle of nowhere.
Stunning views, family-friendly strolls and rugged trails make these hikes some of the best in Sonoma County.
You can shop local and still spend just a little.
Find a spot underneath the mistletoe along one of our many woodland trails.
It’s not easy experiencing what we’re told are the “best years of our lives" from our childhood bedrooms. Zoom dance parties and other fun activities might help.
In 1976, Christo's large-scale artwork "Running Fence" was installed over 24.5 miles of Sonoma and Marin farmland. The artist made as much of an impression on the local community as his artwork did.
More than 100 restaurants have re-opened their patios for al fresco dining. Here are a few favorites.