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Feed the Love: Sonoma’s Most Romantic Picnic Ideas

First take Sonoma’s natural beauty. Add a sunset, some wine and cheese, and a warm blanket is all you need to make any picnic romantic.

Maxwell Farms Regional Park

Maxwell Farms Regional Park has many vistas for you and your date to enjoy. With Mother Nature around you, hike up different trails and pick a spot with your special someone.

Jack London State Park

While visiting Jack London’s official house, have a romantic picnic after with classic scenery around you. Picnic sheltered by 1,000-year-old oak trees.

Bodega Bay

An amazing picnic with an amazing views. Bodega Bay has stunning sunsets over the ocean at its many coastal beaches. We specifically recommend Doran Beach – this long and sandy beach if the perfect spot to take a long walk and enjoy the scenery.

Armstrong Woods

Armstrong Woods is a tropical forest that can make you feel like you are picnicking in a different country.

Goat Rock Beach

A gorgeous beach for a special picnic for you and your partner. Goat Rock Beach, where the Russian River meets the ocean, can make anyone fall in love.

Lake Sonoma Recreation Area

Stunning lake views, mature trees and just a 3-min drive to the nearest winery – Lake Sonoma is the perfect combination between wilderness and civilization. Take a short hike into the park and you will find endless shaded spots to setup up your picnic. 

Healdsburg Plaza

If you rather stay closer to town – then Healdsburg plaza is the perfect spot. Most weekends and some afternoons you will have live music as a backdrop. Pick any spot under the big trees, a bottle of wine from the nearby tasting rooms and a snack from the countless gourmet shops around. Check our guide to Healdsburg to get more details.

Sonoma Plaza

Do we need to say more? The Sonoma Plaza is iconic and will definitely make your special picnic much more romantic with its old town charm. Open a bottle of bubble under the trees and then head to one of the many mouth watering restaurants around the plaza.

Katrina is a student at Sonoma State majoring in English with a concentration in Creative Writing. She was raised in Los Angeles but she is now living in Sonoma County to pursue writing!

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