Open daily from sunrise to sunset; leashed dogs and bicycles are allowed on the trails.
Entry is free, but the restrooms are closed due to service/budget cuts.
Drive around the area, and see what you can discover. For more than 40 years, Sonoma County Farm Trails members have opened their farms and ranches to the public.
Use a Farm Trails map to explore Sonoma County's agricultural heritage and to experience life on the farm with sheep, llamas, honey bees, butterflies, birds and more.
Most farmers markets are seasonal, but some are year round. Florence Avenue in Sebastopol is guarded by giant, colorful sculptures made entirely from reclaimed items (otherwise known as junk).
With that in mind, here's a round-up of 30 — count 'em, 30 — low-cost or free things to do in Sonoma Wine Country. (AVAs, appellations, or wine-growing regions) with unique soils and climates that allow specific grape varieties to grow particularly well.
Each AVA is a place unto itself, and worth exploring.
And the rhododendron reserve is right next to Salt Point State Park nurtures of one of North America's largest and most important collections of temperate-climate Asian plants.
It features mature flowering Asian trees and shrubs, as well as waterfalls (see photo), ponds, and amazing views. to 4 p.m.; admission is for adults; seniors age 65 or older; for active military, students, and children ages 13-17; free age 12 and younger; and seniors, students, and active military are free (for self-guided tours) the first Tuesday of every month.