San Francisco’s sights, restaurants, and cultural attractions are just 65 miles away, while 28 miles west is Bodega Bay on the scenic Pacific Coast. Day trips may find you having lunch and browsing shops and galleries in Healdsburg, Sonoma, Napa, St. Helena, and Calistoga.
Fishing, kayaking, and canoeing accompany hikes through the Armstrong Redwoods State Park, hot air ballooning, and cycling as ways to spend your day in the Russian River Valley.
The Wine Country
This is wine country where sun and soil combine in a mystical alchemy, nourishing grapes and humanity alike. Perhaps nowhere else in America do land and climate come together as instinctively to grow the finest grapes for some of the world’s most acclaimed wines.
Each morning in Sonoma County starts with crisp air laced with an expectant quality ideally suited for outdoor recreation or vine growth. The mid-day warmth of the sun nourishes the native grasses in spring which ripen to brilliant gold in summer.
Golf at Mayacama
Imagine a getaway amidst the paradise of California’s premier wine country. A retreat set within 675 acres of rolling hillsides, majestic live oaks, sweeping meadows of native grasses, and an 18-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course.
A place that offers miles of hiking and biking trails, as well as close proximity to world-class wineries and restaurants. This is Mayacama, a private club in the heart of Sonoma.
An almost mythical setting, Mayacama is graced with streams, ponds, marshland, tall grasses, ancient trees, wild turkey, and an abundance of other wildlife. And the adjacent 850-acres Shiloh Ranch Regional Park serves as an even larger buffer to the outside world.
Here, you’ll be immersed in an enriching lifestyle with an extensive offering of year-round club programs and experiences. And we’ll see to it that the transition from urban life to rural simplicity is absolutely effortless.
As you stroll the grounds the first time, you’ll feel an immediate sense of belonging. A moment you’ll cherish forever.