Welcome to the Wine Country
Sonoma County is conveniently located fewer than 30 miles north of San Francisco. Boasting over 200 award-winning wineries, scenic coastline and beaches, the mystical Russian River, majestic redwoods, 21 challenging golf courses, a thrilling road course and drag strip, more than 40 spas, fascinating museums, shopping, galleries, diverse festivals, farm markets and incredible eateries.
Sonoma County is also a great place to begin or build your career. Whether you are just out of school or a veteran of the workforce, Sonoma County has many ways for you to get ahead in your chosen field or in a brand new one.
Sonoma County is a collection of great food and wine, entertainment, economic opportunity, temperate weather, and a beautiful location. The result is the truly unique and fulfilling Sonoma County lifestyle.
Located in beautiful Northern California just two hours by car from the San Francisco Bay Area, the Sacramento Valley, or the Pacific Coast, Lake County is the perfect destination for a fun family vacation or a romantic weekend getaway.
Dotted with vineyards and wineries, orchards and farm stands, and charming small towns, Lake County is home to Clear Lake, California’s largest natural freshwater lake, known as "The Bass Capital of the West," and Mt. Konocti, which towers over Clear Lake.
Stay at a boutique inn, quaint motel, lakeside campground, or full-service resort in one of Lake County's charming communities.
Open Road with Doug McConnell recently featured beautiful Lake County - www.OpenRoad.tv - take a look then come and explore Lake County – a destination where vacation memories are made.
Marin County is a located in the North San Francisco Bay Area, across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco. As of 2007, the population was 248,096. The county seat is San Rafael and the largest employer is the county government. Marin County is renowned for its natural beauty, liberal politics, affluence and a strong New Age reputation.
Marin County's natural sites include Muir Woods redwood forest, the Marin Headlands, Stinson Beach, Point Reyes National Seashore, and Mount Tamalpais.
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