Sonoma County Tourism

Convention center
Guest Rooms6,800
Guest rooms at 1 hotel250 guest rooms
Special event venues500
Average room rate$179.00
Daily food cost$61.00
Occupancy rate72%
Tax rate

Sonoma County Tourism


Why Choose Our Destination?

Sommeliers know: when you let wine breathe or “open up,” you get a fuller experience and can taste all the intended notes. Life opens up in Sonoma County, California. Find a first-class meetings destination just 30 miles north of San Francisco at the heart of Northern California wine country. Inspire creativity and collaboration at spectacular venues with towering redwoods and rugged Pacific coastline as a backdrop. And when the meeting adjourns, acclaimed food and wine, relaxing spas, and championship golf courses keep teams energized and entertained. While Sonoma County is world-famous as a wine country, it also offers places for meetings along the Pacific Ocean coastline (more than 50 miles of beaches) and in secluded spots in the redwoods.

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Getting Here

Get here easily with daily direct air service to Sonoma County – Charles M. Schulz Airport (STS) from Los Angeles, San Diego, Orange County, Seattle, and Portland on Alaska/Horizon Air; or with other direct flight options on American Airlines, United Airlines, and SunCountry Airlines. San Francisco, Oakland, and Sacramento International airports are also nearby. The Airport Express shuttle operates hourly between Sonoma County Airport and San Francisco and Oakland Airports. Other stops include Santa Rosa Fairgrounds, Doubletree by Hilton in Rohnert Park, and Petaluma Fairgrounds.

Distance from airport

  • Charles M. Schulz Sonoma County Airport

    1.61 km from city center

  • San Francisco International Airport

    107.83 km from city center

  • Oakland International Airport

    96.56 km from city center


Local Attractions


Sonoma wineries and Sonoma wines are genuine and delicious, offering a true taste of this authentic Wine Country. With more than 425 wineries, Sonoma County has a varietal to suit any taste. Rustic hospitality at small family-run wineries and internationally heralded wine houses invite you to explore your own way.

Outdoor Activities

Connect with the land in Sonoma County, one of California’s most diverse natural destinations. More than 60 regional and state parks beckon travelers to hike through redwood forests, paddle along the coast or down rivers, or just sit down and enjoy the sounds of nature.

Restaurants & Dining

Come and taste the Sonoma County difference – from our garden to your plate. There’s always a place at our table, whether that be in an elegant hotel, a picturesque inn, al fresco in a vineyard, or at a riverfront pub. Indulge in the local produce, organically grown vegetables, cheeses, olive oils, meats, fish, wines, and beers that make up our menus.


Sonoma County is a top California golf destination. With a mild climate that encourages year-round play, fantastic off-the-fairway diversions, and a stunning natural setting along the beach, in the redwoods, or near vineyards, Sonoma County cards a winning score for golf travelers.

Culinary Experiences

Savor one of California's top food and wine destinations, where you'll find renowned farm-to-table fare and premium wines. Treat your taste buds to a feast in Sonoma County, where 'farm to table' is not a trend, it's simply how we eat each and every day. And culinary adventures in Sonoma County are not limited to dining together. Visit artisan cheese makers, and learn about their craft while sampling their wares. Stroll through local farmers markets, chatting with folks who grew what they're selling. Take a cooking class, and learn to whip up wonderful Wine Country dishes like a local.

Bike Rentals & Tours

Sonoma County is famous for cycling. Sonoma County has emerged as a top cycling destination in California. Bring your group on a guided tour led by a Sonoma County local through the vineyards with wine tasting along the way.


Whether you're looking for quaint or quirky, simple or sophisticated, Sonoma County's charming downtowns are chock full of locally owned boutiques. Shopping here is all about experiencing a locale. Pick a place and be amazed at the galleries and boutiques that offer hand-crafted or unique items.

Regional Parks

Sonoma County's thriving regional park system consists of more than 50 parks - including trails and open spaces - and encompasses nearly 60,000 acres. Parks run the length and breadth of the county, from Gualala to Bodega Bay, and from the Pacific Ocean to the Sonoma Valley.



High season
Shoulder season
Low season
Nov 15 – Dec 31
Jan 1 – Mar 31