Sonoma Bike Path

Sonoma, California 95476

Sonoma Bike Path

Sonoma Bike Path Professional Review and Guide

"The Sonoma Bike Path is a hiking, biking, and jogging trail that crosses through the heart of Sonoma just north of Sonoma Plaza. The path stretches from Fourth Street East, by Sebastiani Vineyards and Winery, to the Sonoma Highway across from Maxwell Farms Regional Park. The dog-friendly path travels past vineyards, Depot Park, the Sonoma Depot Museum (built as a replica of the Sonoma’s first train depot of 1880), Sonoma State Historic Park, and the open grasslands around General Vallejo’s Gothic Revival home on 20 acres. The historic park contains Mission San Francisco Solano, built in 1823. Known as Sonoma Mission, it is the northernmost of California’s 21 Franciscan missions. The path is popular with locals as well as visitors."

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"The scenic splendor of the Wine Country surrounds this short rail-trail, which passes several historic sites, including the lovely home of General Mariano Vallejo, as it winds through downtown Sonoma. The trail also passes the Depot Park Museum, where you can peruse exhibits that focus on both railroad and other aspects of local history. Surface: Asphalt."

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Oct 2018