Attractions

Surrounded by oak-studded rolling hills and towering redwoods to the north, Cloverdale is the northern most city in Sonoma County, located approximately 85 miles north of San Francisco and 32 miles north of Santa Rosa, in California’s beautiful wine country, Cloverdale is home to about 8,500 people. Its pleasant climate, combined with its setting on the edge of the picturesque vineyards of Alexander Valley, boasts incredible recreational opportunities, including cycling, skydiving, hiking; swimming and boating on Lake Sonoma; and kayaking, fishing, swimming and walking along the Russian River.

Recently named one of American’s Coolest Small Towns, visitors are charmed by the City’s ambience and burgeoning arts community. Visitors enjoy staying in one of Cloverdale’s quaint bed and breakfast inns, shopping in the downtown area and dining at the many restaurants.

Originally named for the fields of clover that settlers discovered in the mid-1800’s, Cloverdale continues to welcome visitors to discover and enjoy the sheer beauty of Northern Sonoma County.

 

Visit the Chamber's website for information on finding lodging or dining in Cloverdale.