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Sonoma is Open:
Adventures Await

Sonoma Winery

Sonoma has open its doors, albeit cautiously, and we are excited to welcome visitors with open arms. Dining and tasting experiences are currently focused exclusively outdoors. Wine country thrives in this al fresco setting as outdoor culture is core to who we are! Local wineries, restaurants, hotels, retail as well as a myriad of stunning beaches, parks and recreation areas, are now open. Below is a shortlist of what’s open in Sonoma so you can plan your dreamy wine country experiences, safely. The health and well-being of our community and visitors is paramount, so we ask that you practice social distancing and wear a face covering in public while enjoying a blissful getaway in Sonoma.

What’s Open In Sonoma


The esteemed Sonoma Valley Vintners and Growers Alliance (SVVG) is keeping a meticulous, up-to-date list of winery openings, special programs and offers. Their list is a great resource as you plan your visit. A few highlights of open wineries offering outdoor tastings are below. Some of these not-to-be-missed gems are located right on Sonoma Square, while others are perched atop a mountain with sweeping views of the valley below.

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Beaches & Parks

The County has expanded access to some of the region’s best beaches, parks and recreational areas. In some cases, facilities are limited and public picnic areas are closed. But the fresh, open air, sunshine, sea and sand are available for the taking. A few of our favorite, recently-reopened spots (within an hour of the hotel) are below.


With more than 55 miles of shoreline, Sonoma County’s coast is rugged, dramatic, scenic and diverse. You’ll find long sandy beaches, secluded coves, rocky crags, natural stone arches and sheer cliffs that meet the edge of the sea. The perfect setting for hiking, camping, fishing, building driftwood castles, studying tide pools, reading, napping, or just enjoying the crisp air and brilliant sunshine. All Sonoma Coast and Russian River beaches are open!


Sonoma County is blessed with a seemingly infinite number of gorgeous parks, many of which are a short drive from MacArthur Place. A few of our favorite nearby parks where you can enjoy hundreds of acres of oak woodland, rolling landscape, sweeping vistas, hidden picnic spots and so much more:

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Weekend Sherpa Outdoor Adventures

Based in Sonoma, Weekend Sherpa is a beloved digital guide to the best hikes, bike rides and outdoor adventures in the San Francisco Bay Area, wine country and throughout California. Explore more outdoor adventures curated by this revered magazine at Weekend Sherpa, or check out a few of their picks below for open-air hikes in Sonoma.

And More…

In addition to the wineries, wine tours, beaches and parks that are now open, there are also many wonderful restaurants, cafes, retail shops and boutiques that have reopened their doors. We look forward to welcoming you to Sonoma for a dreamy adventure when you’re ready to travel.

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