The Regional Vision Conference At Sonoma, CA
The Regional Vision Conference gives conference attendees an experience to remember. Whether attending with your family or making it a romantic getaway for you and yours, there are many things to see and do in Sonoma County. Plan some extra time and make it an experience to remember!
Sonoma Wine Country
Sonoma County is open for business. From our Pacific Ocean beaches to the redwoods to 425 wineries, we are ready to welcome you back. Come to Sonoma County. Visit SonomaCounty.com for the latest deals and your free visitors guide.
Charles M. Schulz–Sonoma County Airport
In the heart of Wine County, STS offers ground transportation, easy affordable parking, shorter lines, the Wine Flies Free program, Sky Lounge Steakhouse & Sushi Bar, and a hassle-free experience. The Charles M. Schulz – Sonoma County Airport (STS) has a long history in Sonoma County. Throughout its history, the Sonoma County Airport has operated primarily as a general aviation facility serving private/recreational airplanes, and business/corporate aircraft. It has also operated as a commercial service airport offering mostly commuter airline service to San Francisco and Los Angeles. In March 1947, Southwest Airways (changed to Pacific Airlines in 1958) operated a DC-3 out of Sonoma County Airport as the first scheduled commercial flight. In later years, this airline operated Martin 202s and Martin 404s and occasionally the Fairchild F-27 flew service from the Airport.
(707) 565-7240 l https://sonomacountyairport.org/
San Francisco International Airport
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) offers nonstop flights to more than 34 international destinations on 29 international carriers. The Bay Area's largest airport connects nonstop with more than 78 cities in the U.S. on 15 domestic airlines. SFO is also home to the world's only accredited museum at an airport, featuring rotating exhibits throughout the terminals, an Aviation Museum and Library and more than 65 permanent works by noted local, national and international artists, making SFO the Bay Area's airport of choice.
(650) 821-5000 l http://www.flysfo.com/
Oakland International Airport
Owned and operated by the Port of Oakland, OAK is California’s fourth largest airport, with more than 11 million passengers passing through our gates every year. Today, 13 airlines offer nonstop service to a growing list of 55 international and domestic destinations. We’re the closest airport to the region’s top tourism and entertainment venues and the closest airport for most local residents. As the Bay Area’s second largest airport, we’re constantly working to create a world-class travel experience and become the Bay Area’s top choice for leisure and business travelers, air cargo and general aviation operations.
(510) 563-3300 l http://www.oaklandairport.com/
Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART)
Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART)is the San Francisco Bay Area’s newest transportation option for travel, offering passenger rail service in Sonoma and Marin counties. SMART’s initial 43 miles of rail corridor includes 10 stations, from the Sonoma County Airport to Downtown San Rafael. Future extensions include: Larkspur, which is scheduled to be completed in 2019; Windsor; Healdsburg; and Cloverdale. The full project will provide 70 miles of passenger rail service, connecting SMART passengers with jobs, education centers, retail hubs and housing along the Sonoma-Marin corridor, and a bicycle-pedestrian pathway.
Beau Wine Tours & Limousine Service
Enjoy the company of a knowledgeable local wine tour guide at the wheel, sit back and relax, and take advantage of the most elegant and safest method to enjoy our outstanding Napa or Sonoma Tours.
For more information, please visit https://www.beauwinetours.com/sonoma-wine-tours/
Enterprise Rent–A–Car Civic Center
Low rates, unlimited miles, free pick-up and drop-off service, delivery option available
Things to Do
One of the prime wine producing regions in California. A visit to Sonoma Valley yields an outstanding array of food, lodging and scenery.
Bordered by several gourmet shops, this pretty town square is a perfect place for a picnic.
Located just one mile south of the Plaza in Sonoma, Train Town features a quarter scale railroad on 4 miles of track. Each train trip lasts 20-minutes and goes through tunnels, over bridges and makes a stop in Lakeview- our miniature town and petting zoo. Our train ride is handicap accessible! In addition to the train, we offer six amusement rides. General admission and parking are free of charge!
Mission San Francisco Solano
In the middle of Sonoma is the Mission San Francisco Solano, which is one of California's historic missions. It holds its place in history and has a lot of interesting tidbits and information to learn inside. The mission and grounds are not huge, so you can spend a few hours here and learn a lot. It's a great break from wine and shopping, and a good way to learn about California and Sonoma history.
Sonoma Speakeasy and American Music Hall
This is one of the few venues in town where you can catch the best blues, country, and Americana musicians performing. They have incredible artists appearing in the coming months and are conveniently located in the Mercado building right in the historic Sonoma Plaza. Dining establishments, and numerous merchants and shops and are all within walking distance. Come enjoy a delightful evening of live music in Sonoma.
Sonoma Canopy Tours
Nestled off the coast of Northern California and deep in the Redwood forest, Sonoma Canopy Tours is high adventure and completely unlike anything you’ve ever experienced. With two unique courses, each a two-and-a-half hour Guided eco tour that include multiple zip lines, sky bridges, a majestic spiral staircase, a rappel to the forest floor, you will be immersed in the unparalleled beauty of the world famous California Coastal Redwoods.