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Community Facilities

In addition to City parks and trails, Sonoma Valley residents and visitors enjoy a wide range of recreational facilities, as well as rental facilities, that are operated by other public agencies and non-profit organizations.

Museums:

Depot Park MuseumVallejo Home at Sonoma State Historic Park

Sonoma State Historic Park, which includes the Mission San Francisco Solano, the Sonoma Barracks, and the Vallejo Home.

House of Happy Walls Museum and the London's Cottage at Jack London State Park.

Parks, Trails, and Fields:

Sonoma County Parks, including Arnold Field,  Sonoma Valley Regional Park, Maxwell Farms Regional Park, and Ernie Smith Community ParkBartholomew Park picnic

Jack London State Historic Park, also has extensive hiking and equestrian trails, picnicking, and historical sites.

Bartholomew Park picnicking and trails

Sonoma Development Center trails

Sonoma Valley Unified School District fields and gym facilities, which can be reserved online

 

Meeting Rooms and Rental Facilities:

Community Center entranceSonoma Community Center - Facilities available for rental include the Andrews Hall theater, art and dance rooms, a gallery, conference and classrooms, a garden space, the Rotary Community Kitchen, and more.

Vintage House - Stone Hall is available for rental.  For nonprofit organizations, the multipurpose rooms at Vintage House are also available to rent for classes and meetings, with seating for up to 50.

Rental facilities are also available at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Building, the Sebastiani Theatre, the Sonoma Valley Woman's Club, and the Maysonnave House.

 

For privately-owned event spaces, galleries and gardens, gyms, pools, golf courses and other recreational facilities, contact the Sonoma Valley Visitors Bureau or Sonoma Valley Chamber of Commerce.

 

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