Autumn in Healdsburg 2013


Sometimes there’s no need to go far, so we’re going local. Adventure is just around the corner!


Healdsburg is centered in the beautiful Northern California wine country. Cycling is enjoyed year-round, so anytime is a good time to meander through the gorgeous wineries and vineyards.

These self-organized rides tour five of Sonoma County’s 14 famous winegrowing regions: Dry Creek Valley, Alexander Valley, Russian River Valley, Chalk Hill and Rockpile. The quiet scenic back roads explore the picture-perfect countryside of lush valleys and towering redwood forests that surround Lake Sonoma and the Russian River. These routes offers a mixed terrain from flat to gentle rollers and if you like to climb, there are plenty of challenging roads out there too! Plan a trip and enjoy the roads less-traveled, you’ll love it as much as I do!

Healdsburg is a great place to dry camp in an RV-overnight street parking is allowed and there is free daytime parking at one of the many public parking lots around town. Parking around the Downtown area is free with a three hour time limit between the hours of 10AM-6PM. We stayed five nights and parked at different locations; the Safeway lot on Matheson & Vine, on Center St across from the Police Station and at the public lot on North & Vine St. Safeway and the Police Station offers 24 hour public access to their facilities. The town of Healdsburg also offers free Wi-Fi!



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