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Bill’s Taxi does out-of-county transportation to Lake, Napa, Alameda, and San Francisco counties as well as to the communities listed below. We can help you with a trip for work or pleasure to any of these destinations. Let us help you with an itinerary and make a day of it!
The tiny village of Bodega, along with Bodega Bay, was the location for Alfred Hitchcock’s movie “The Birds.” Movie enthusiasts can check out 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, the tiny community of Cazadero offers both small-town and outdoor delights.
Boasting a compact downtown filled with rambling Victorians, Cloverdale has a vibrant art and music scene with highly-regarded wineries and eateries.
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
The beautiful village of Duncans Mills is filled with over 21 unique shops, restaurants, art galleries, a bar and a wine tasting room along with a campground and rodeo grounds.
Forestville’s unofficial is “The Good Life” and this tiny town has everything you need to enjoy it, including artisan food, a hardware store, pharmacy, coffee shops and more.
Fort Ross, CA
Fort Ross State Historic Park brings attention to the varied stories through the centuries, including coastal natural history, Kashia Pomo people, the Russian colonization periods, the Ranch era and more.
Freestone is home to classic western style buildings and is Sonoma County’s first historic district, with a delicious bakery, store, cheese shop and more.
Geyserville charms its visitors with Wild West storefronts, wooden boardwalks, world-renowned Sonoma County wines, delicious foods, arts and more.
Filled with history, old gardens and cottages, Graton is a Sonoma County gem and is home to artists, artisans, families, wineries 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 nicknamed “the banana belt” due to its unique microclimate.
Guerneville is a popular Russian River vacation destination with towering redwoods, cool river waters, delicious food and drink, galleries, shops and laid-back welcoming community.
Over the past few years, Healdsburg has undergone a renaissance as chic hotels, upscale spas, and hip restaurants have arrived in town centered around the Town Square.
Perched on a bluff high where the Russian River meets the sea, the coastal village of Jenner offers stunning views, spectacular sunsets, and a chance to connect with nature along the coast.
Glen Ellen, CA
In the heart of The Valley of the Moon, the bucolic village of Glen Ellen blends Sonoma County wines, local dining delights, nice lodging and the valley’s many natural beauties.
Kenwood, at the north end of the picturesque Sonoma Valley, makes an ideal base of operations for wine tasting and exploring nearby Sugarloaf Ridge State Park.
Monte Rio, CA
For more than 100 years, Monte Rio and the Russian River area have welcomed vacationers of all ages and lifestyles with its beautiful beach, historic theater and more.
Surrounded by coastal redwoods, Occidental offers small-town charm, a scenic highway, a weekly farmers market, and a variety of shops and restaurants, including the “big 3” historic ones.
Penngrove’s downtown Main Street — only a few blocks long — boasts an eclectic array of local shops, restaurants, coffee shops, and bars, in a variety of historic buildings.
Petaluma was once called the “Egg Basket of the World” and is now a foodie haven with a mix of ethnic cuisines and awarding-winning restaurants as well as an arts scene, eclectic shops and more.
Rio Nido, CA
Surrounded by redwoods Rio Nido has a Roadhouse with food and live music, lodging, pee-wee golf, swimming and is a great place to bike via the back road to Armstrong Wood State Park.
Rohnert Park, CA
Nicknamed “The Friendly City,” Rohnert Park offers a wide variety of activities for folks of all ages both in town and nearby Sonoma State University.
Santa Rosa, CA
Santa Rosa’s thriving downtown boasts three distinct shopping districts, five historic neighborhoods, arts, events, great restaurants with famous chefs famous chefs, wine tasting rooms, brew pubs, and more.
The Sea Ranch, CA
This beautiful rural location has evolved into over 2,200 acres of commons, a 50+ mile trail system, and a variety of facilities, including a beautiful remodeled lodge for owner and guest use.
Sebastopol, once known mostly for it’s Gravenstein apples, is now also an off-beat destination for creativity and art, shopping, farm-to-table cuisine, and small-production wineries and vineyards.
Sonoma’s unique history, bucolic scenery, plaza and world-class wines are among the many reasons it is a favorite destination for locals and visitors from around the world.
Timber Cove, CA
Timber Cove is a beautiful, coastal village with dramatic ocean views. Don’t miss Benjamino Bufano’s 93′ Peace Obelisk inside the 60-foot circular California state park behind the Timber Cove Resort.
Valley Ford, CA
Tiny Valley Ford rovides visitors with a wealth of nearby water activities including fishing, boating, and much more, set in the heart of Sonoma County’s dairy belt.
Windsor’s Town Green hosts many 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.