Field Sonoma is celebrating the special destinations of the county through our Sonoma Patchwork Collection. It is our way of giving a shoutout to the places of interest that contribute to this culturally rich county. We will be introducing more in the months to come, so check back often to see what’s new. Consider them inspiration to get out and experience these Sonoma County gems yourself.
North Sonoma Mountain Regional Park and Open Space Preserve is the newest addition to Sonoma County’s park system. The 820-acre park offers sweeping views of the county and beyond and includes a 4-mile Bay Area Ridge Trail connection to Jack London State Historic Park. A great place to wander on foot, horse or bicycle.
The serene, majestic beauty of this Grove is a living reminder of the magnificent primeval redwood forest that covered much of this area before logging operations began during the 19th century. Armstrong Redwoods preserves stately and magnificent Sequoia sempervirens, commonly known as the coast redwood. These trees stand together as a testament to the wonders of the natural world. The grove offers solace from the hustle and bustle of daily life, offering the onlooker great inspiration and a place for quiet reflection.
Population 60,000, Petalumans enjoy a lifestyle blended with both town and country. Historical Downtown Petaluma thrives at the center of town offering residents a unique array of interesting food, art, shopping and wine. Surrounding vineyards, rolling hills and agricultural lands contribute to this town’s multi-colorful culture. Officially established in 1858, Petaluma once supplied the city of San Francisco with eggs. Fast forward to today, Petaluma is a hot bed of maker culture that is so exciting that it is worthy of a patch.
Sonoma County. Is the place to be. For us anyway. At its heart is a history of cultivating natural resources associated with the land. Today, the County remains a land of cultivators and is home for those who appreciate the end result of said cultivation in its many forms. So whether we are defined by what we are: coastal, agrarian or artisan, or by what we are not, here you will find a rich authenticity to life that does define the people who make this place home.