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Nearby Attractions

Sonoma County boasts a wide variety of outdoor, culinary, historical, and cultural attractions. We have the ocean, rivers, redwoods and grass covered hills.

The Sonoma Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Sonoma County Visitors Bureau have more information on attractions and activities.

Sugarloaf is a great base to explore these local favorites.

Spring Lake

Jack London State Park

Visit our sister park, Jack London State Historical Park in nearby Glen Ellen. This National Historic Landmark is a 39-acre park which features a Jack London museum as well as his grave-site! Located 9.3 miles from Sugarloaf.

Note: When you buy an annual pass to Sugarloaf, the pass is also good for Jack London park!

Road Biking

Many of the country’s best road bikers and biking teams call Sonoma County home. Why? Because we have miles of scenic country roads with routes ranging from the easy to the epic. Bring your road bike and explore, or rent one when you get here.

Check out the calendar of recommended Sonoma County bike rides.

To rent a bike of for a bike tour check out Wine Country Cyclery in Sonoma or NorCal Bike Sport in Santa Rosa.

The Sonoma County Bicycle Coalition offers a good bicycle map for sale.



Spring Lake – 393 Violetti Road, Santa Rosa, CA 95409 Open from July 1st through Labor Day. 10.7 miles from Sugarloaf. Enjoy the 3-acre swimming lagoon with sandy beach, restaurant and concession stand. The swimming lagoon is staffed by lifeguards and open from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day. Spring Lake’s swimming lagoon is treated with chlorine and tested weekly, and water samples consistently exceed all state water quality requirements.
Note: dogs are not allowed around the swimming lagoon area, except on the lake side of the multi-use path.
$7 or free for members

Morton’s Warm Springs – 1651 Warm Springs Rd, Glen Ellen CA 95442, (707) 833-5511. Open weekends in May and September and Tuesday-Sunday in June, July and August. 7 miles from Sugarloaf. Amenities include: Two Geothermal Mineral Pools and a Wading Pool (85-88°F), Geothermal Showers & Changing Rooms, Organic Cafe (Fri-Sun), Creekside Picnic and BBQ Sites, Access to Sonoma Creek, Lawn Games, Ping Pong, Rustic Baseball Field, Sand Volleyball Court and Horseshoe Pits

General Admission:
Adults (ages 18-64): $15*
Kids (ages 3-12): $8*
Teens (ages 13-17): $12*
Elders (ages 65+): $12*
Infants (2 & under): FREE with a swim diaper
All Parking: FREE

Wine Tasting

Sonoma Valley winemakers produce some of the world’s finest wines and many are within minutes of Sugarloaf, starting less than 2 miles away!

Some or our local favorites are:

For a view of all the nearby wineries, check out the Sonoma Valley Visitor’s Bureau wine map or visit Sonoma Valley Vintners & Growers Calendar.


Sonoma County is a gourmet delight, and Kenwood and nearby Glen Ellen boast a variety of restaurants for those nights you don’t want to cook. Many spots in Kenwood and Glen Ellen are closed on Monday or Tuesday or both, so check out their websites below!

Some of our favorites:

Other Activities

Some of the most popular outfitters:

Sonoma Garden Park
Sonoma Garden Park is a 6.1-acre working farm and model of sustainable agriculture just minutes from downtown Sonoma – a Project of Sonoma Ecology Center. 15.3 miles from Sugarloaf.

Historic Sonoma
Visit the town of Sonoma and enjoy true California history and ambiance – a stroll around the historic plaza bordered by quaint shops and good food. Mission San Francisco Solano is right on the square, as is the old Sebastiani Theatre. Nearby attractions include the General Vallejo home. 13.6 miles from Sugarloaf. For more information see the Sonoma Valley Visitors Bureau.

Sonoma Traintown Railroad
One mile south of the Sonoma Plaza, TrainTown features a quarter scale railroad on 4 miles of track. Good stop for kids with train trips lasting 20 minutes, six other amusement rides, and a petting zoo. 14.6 miles from Sugarloaf.

Safari West
Safari West offers an African Adventure in the heart of Sonoma wine country. This 400-acre private wildlife preserve emphasizes African species including giraffes, rhinoceroses, cheetahs and more. 18.4 miles from Sugarloaf.