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We do out of county transportation to Mendocino, Lake, Napa, Alameda, and San Francisco Counties.
Towns we cover:
The tiny village of Bodega has big-screen cred: It, along with neighboring Bodega Bay, was Sonoma County locations for the Alfred Hitchcock’s movie “The Birds.” Movie enthusiasts can drive by such landmarks as St. Teresa’s Church and the Potter Schoolhouse.
Bodega Bay, CA
Protected by a bay from the wild whims of the Pacific Ocean, Bodega Bay is a picturesque fishing village on the Sonoma Coast that harbors sights, sounds, and activities.
Cazadero , CA
Perched in a valley in the hills above the Russian River watershed, nestled along the flowing waters of Austin Creek and shaded by towering redwoods, the tiny community of Cazadero offers both small-town and outdoor delights in Sonoma County.
It's a perfect base for exploring Sonoma County’s famous wineries and stunning natural beauty.
Located in the center of Sonoma County on the Highway 101 corridor, Cotati is a modern community with strong historic roots, particularly in agriculture and music.
Duncans Mills, CA
Located four miles inland from the Sonoma Coast, the tiny hamlet of Duncans Mills (pop. 175) occupies a wide, flat area near the meandering Russian River. Often, blue skies smile on Duncans Mills while fog covers the surrounding hills.
If you follow the two-lane Highway 116 as it winds its way through central Sonoma County’s Russian River Valley, the ribbon of roadway becomes known as Front Street for the three blocks where it bisects “downtown” Forestville.
Fort Ross, CA
Fort Ross on the Sonoma Coast is steeped in California history with stories of Russian fur trappers inhabiting the area from 1812-41. The Fort Ross State Historical Park, established in 1906, preserves the Russian settlement with buildings, both original and restored, show vestiges of Russian and Native Alaskan influence in the area.
Freestone is home to a number of classic western style buildings and it is Sonoma County’s first historic district. At the southern end of the scenic 10-mile drive known as the Bohemian Highway sits tiny Freestone (pop. 32), nestled in an exquisitely picturesque valley and surrounded by pastoral vistas and rolling hills.
Retaining the ambiance of a bygone era, the tiny town of Geyserville (pop. 862) charms its visitors with Wild West storefronts, wooden boardwalks, world-renowned Sonoma County wines, scrumptious cuisines and much more.
Tucked quietly away off major roads in western Sonoma County, Graton (pop. 1,707) is a laid-back home to artists, artisans, writers, retirees, working-class families, and some of the best restaurants in the county.
Enjoy art, food, kayaking, canoeing, camping and the relaxing pastime of beachcombing in the peaceful village of Gualala (pop. 2,093), perched on the northern-most edge of the Sonoma County coast. Nestled into craggy bluffs at the mouth of the Gualala River, the town is part of what locals have nicknamed the coast's "banana belt" because of its uniquely mild micro-climate.
Charmingly rustic, the town of Gureneville (pop. 4,534) mixes towering redwoods, cool river waters, laid-back attitudes, and Sonoma Wine Country delights in a pleasing blend that makes it a popular destination, as well as a established gay vacation resort. Guerneville has always been a vacation getaway for San Franciscans — by train in the 1870s to the 1930s, and by car through the 1950s.
Nestled along the Russian River in the heart of Sonoma Wine Country, Healdsburg combines small-town charm, stunning vistas, and award-winning vintages with an eclectic mix centered around a charming town plaza lined with shops, restaurants, tasting rooms, galleries, and bars.
Perched on a bluff high above where the Russian River meets the sea, the coastal village of Jenner (pop. 136) offers stunning vistas, spectacular sunsets, and a chance to connect with nature along the Sonoma County coast.
Glen Ellen, CA
In the heart of Sonoma Valley, the charming village of Glen Ellen (pop. 784) is steeped in a blend of Sonoma County wines, local dining delights, and the valley's natural beauties. Wine tasting opportunities abound in tasting rooms and wineries in Glen Ellen and throughout the Sonoma Valley. Lodging is available in the 22-room Jack London Lodge on the tree-lined Sonoma Creek; in the historic and stylish Gaige House Inn; and in boutique hotels, bed and breakfast inns, and vacation rentals throughout the area.
Wine enthusiasts and nature lovers alike will find a great base of operations in the town of Kenwood (pop. 1,028), located in eastern Sonoma County at the north end of the picturesque Sonoma Valley. Wine tasting — and more — is available at in-town tasting rooms or in the world-renowned wineries along the outskirts of town
Monte Rio, CA
Along the banks of Sonoma County's Russian River, the hamlet of Monte Rio (pop. 1,152) knows how to roll out the welcome mat with flair. Tourists flocked by train starting in the 1870s, then came by the thousands in the 1930s and ’40s to hear Big Bands play in the town's outdoor pavilions.
Tucked away in western Sonoma County, the tiny community of Occidental (pop. 1,115) packs a lot into its two-block long main street, home to galleries, gift shops, renowned dining establishments, and more. High-quality arts and cultural events are found at the Occidental Center for the Arts.
Located just east of the Highway 101 corridor in central Sonoma County, tiny, bucolic Penngrove (pop. 2,522) in offers a slice of slow-town Main Street life in the heart of Sonoma Wine Country. Surprisingly, there isn't a single winery, wine tasting room or wine shop today in this community of sprawling farms and rural estates.
The riverside town of Petaluma (pop. 57,941) on Sonoma County's Highway 101 was once called the "Egg Basket of the World" for its bustling egg industry in the early 20th century, Petaluma is now known as a foodie haven, with dining options that include a mix of ethnic cuisines and awarding-winning restaurants using the best locally grown and produced products.
Rio Nido, CA
Canopied by redwoods in a tight valley along Sonoma County's Russian River, Rio Nido (pop. 522) packs a lot into a double-wide-trailer roadhouse, a Tudor-style historic lodge, a post office, a fire station, a public pool, and numerous summer homes and cabins clinging to the hillside in the canyon along Rio Nido Creek.
Rohnert Park, CA
Located in central Sonoma County and laid out in the 1950s, family-friendly Rohnert Park (pop. 40,971) was one of the first planned communities nationwide. Kid-oriented activities abound. Take a spin in competition-level electric karts at Driven Raceway, which also offers a mini golf course, mini bowling alley, video games and the Hot Rod Café.
Santa Rosa, CA
Just 55 miles north of San Francisco, Santa Rosa is a good base for exploring all that California Wine Country has to offer. Its thriving downtown boasts three distinct shopping districts, five historic residential neighborhoods, arts and culture, events, great restaurants, famous chefs, wine tasting rooms, brew pubs, and a comfortable inviting atmosphere.
The Sea Ranch, CA
Kick back, relax and enjoy the breathtaking beaches and spectacularly rugged coastline at The Sea Ranch (pop. 1,305), a tiny, environmentally-planned private community stretching for 10 miles along northern end of the Sonoma County coast on Highway 1. It's estimated that about half of the houses in The Sea Ranch are rented out as vacation homes.
Diversity is the key to the town of Sebastopol (pop. 7,379), located at the crossroads of state highways 12 and 116 in western Sonoma County. In this dynamic community, a small-town vibe blends with an international consciousness, creating a sophisticated rural atmosphere.
Explore Sonoma County’s history, with a trip to the town of Sonoma. Sonoma is home to the last Spanish-Mexican mission built in California, the location of California’s oldest winery: Buena Vista Winery, and the state’s oldest, continually operating family winery: Gundlach-Bundschu. Sonoma State Historic Park preserves the Sonoma Mission and the Sonoma Barracks, as well as the nearby historic home of General Vallejo.
Timber Cove, CA
A scattering of homes and a welcoming lodge mark the location of Timber Cove (pop. 164) in a remote area along Highway 1, where this narrow roadway dramatically winds its way up the Sonoma Coast. About 15 miles north of Jenner, Timber Cove is where the rugged coastline dips slightly inland toward the canyon surrounding Timber Cove Creek.
Valley Ford, CA
Located amid rolling hills slightly inland from the coastline in western Sonoma County, Valley Ford (pop. 147) combines country hospitality with culinary and artistic sophistication, set in the heart of Sonoma County’s dairy belt.
The town of Windsor (pop. 26,801) brings a deliberately designed family-friendly emphasis to the heart of the Sonoma County wine and food country. Windsor's Town Green, designed as a pedestrian-friendly center of town, hosts more than 30 free annual events, including summer movie nights, concerts, a farmers market and special events such as car shows, art fairs, cooking demonstrations, and a variety of festivals.