Things To Do In Healdsburg


Nine-Hole Golf Outing for Two or Four with Range Balls and Drinks at Healdsburg Golf Club (Up to 59% Off)

Healdsburg Golf Club

McInnis Park Golf Center

Nine-hole course carves through Wine Country, ascending above tops of fir trees to reveal panoramas of Dry Creek Valley

$82 $35

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Wine and Chocolate Pairing for Two or Four at Viszlay Vineyards (Up to 51% Off)

Viszlay Vineyards

Viszlay Vineyards

Savor four balanced wines paired with chocolates that illuminate the varietals’ complex flavors

$50 $26

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Wine and Food Tasting Experience for Two or Four at Portalupi Wine (Up to 70% Off)

Portalupi Wine

Portalupi Wine

Sample a portfolio of rare and award-winning wines influenced by Portalupi’s Italian heritage

$50 $17

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Wine Tour for One Or Two with Bottles of Wine at Healdsburg Wine Tasting & History Walking Tours (Up to 51% Off)

Healdsburg Wine Tasting & History Walking Tours

Healdsburg Wine Tasting & History Walking Tours

See, smell, and taste the wines that make Healdsburg such a popular stop on visits to Sonoma County

$79 $39

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5 Pilates Classes at Musetta Pilates (Up to 75% Off)

Musetta Pilates

Healdsburg

Mat Pilates classes help to strengthen muscles, build coordination, and fight stress

$110 $27

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Personal-Training Package from Strength For Living (Up to 63% Off). Two Options Available.

Strength For Living

Strength For Living

Trainer motivates clients to reach fitness goals with strength, and core exercises that improve stamina, muscle tone, and burn fat

$75 $29

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$5 Buys You a Coupon for a Wine Tasting for Two, 20% Off Wine and 10% Off Merchandise Purchased – Toad Hollow Vineyards

Toad Hollow Vineyards

Toad Hollow Vineyards

For $5, receive a coupon for a wine tasting for two, 20% off wine purchased, and 10% off any merchandise purchased

$5

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$49 for a Russian River Winery Deluxe Segway Tour from Segway of Healdsburg ($99 Value)

Segway of Healdsburg

Segway of Healdsburg

Expert tour guides lead groups of Segway-riding guests to wineries for vista views and optional tastings

$99 $49

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$5 Buys You a $10 Coupon for a Pinot Noir Wine Tasting at RoadHouse Winery

Roadhouse Winery

Multiple Locations

For $5, receive a $10 coupon for a Pinot Noir wine tasting

$5

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$20 Buys You a Coupon for 20% Off a Mixed Case of Wine at Kobler Estate Winery

Kobler Estate Winery

Kobler Estate Winery

For $20, receive a coupon for 20% off a mixed case of wine.

$20

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Wine and Cheese Pairing for Two or Four at Stark Wine (Up to 52% Off)

Stark Wine

Stark Wine

Small-batch wines styled after Rhône and Mediterranean classics paired with artisan cheeses

$30 $15

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Wine Tasting and Tour for Two with One or Two Bottles at Wattle Creek Winery (50% Off)

Wattle Creek Winery

Wattle Creek Winery

Taste a number of wines exquisitely handcrafted with Alexander Valley’s famous grapes

$90 $45

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$39 for a Private Winery & Vineyard Tour Package with Wine Tasting for Up to Four at Field Stone Winery ($115 Value)

Field Stone Winery

Field Stone Winery

One-hour tour and tasting includes samples of award-winning wines, vineyard tour, and tasting with cheese plate in underground tasting room

$115 $39

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Wine and Chocolate Tasting for Two or Four at Sapphire Hill Vineyards (Up to 62% Off)

Sapphire Hill Vineyards

Sapphire Hill Vineyards

Guests sip wine paired with treats including espresso bark, spicy chocolate pecans, and raspberry jalapeno brownie bites

$50 $19

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Weekday or Weekend Vineyard Tour and Wine Tasting for Two or Four at Christopher Creek Winery (Up to 50% Off)

Christopher Creek Winery

Christopher Creek Winery

Boutique, hand-crafted varietals served inside a rustic tasting room

$70 $35

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  • McInnis Park Golf Center
    Healdsburg Golf Club carves through Wine Country, loping over undulating terrain marked by mature fir trees and views of Dry Creek Valley. Before taking the course, limber up on the all-weather driving range, with 18 stalls spread over three tiers that allow golfers to smack 300-yard drives or attempt to sink a two-story practice putt. The nine-hole course wraps well-manicured fairways around doglegs and surrounds greens with an entourage of bunkers and rolling mounds. Though suited for beginners, the course is a test for players of abilities, challenging golfers to hit a variety of shots, from long drives down par 5s to bicycle kicks past the goalkeeper on the eighth green. Golfers can relax after their rounds with a relaxing meal at the club?s bar and outdoor patio. The elevated patio overlooks the course as it fades into a sea of trees, misty mountains lining the horizon, and a wormhole leading to a secret nine-hole course on the moon. Course at a Glance Nine-hole, par 35 layout Three sets of tees Length of 2,622 yards from farthest tees Course rating of 65.4 from farthest tees Slope rating of 114 from farthest tees
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    927 S Fitch Mountain Rd.
    Healdsburg, CA US
  • Norcal Skydiving
    More than 2 miles above the Russian River, a skydiver jumps from a plane, quickly accelerating to racecar speeds of 120 mph before a canopy opens above and glides the diver to earth amid views of neighboring clear waters, sprawling vineyards, and the San Francisco skyline. Located in the heart of wine country, NorCal Skydiving's professional staffers make it their mission to pass on these thrills to each customer regardless of skill level or ability to fly his or her own plane. During tandem jumps, experienced instructors and novice divers conjoin and jump together from a plane 13,000 feet in the air. Once students are hooked, instructors can coach them on advanced techniques, such as canopy flight, and then help them become licensed skydivers. Additionally, NorCal Skydiving's staff regularly parajumps into the U.S. Parachute Association to work as safety and training advisors.
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    220A Airport Rd
    Cloverdale, CA US
  • The Grapes of Rock Festival
    Typically, baseballs fly out of AT&T Park to splash into the water. This Thanksgiving, it will be runners who dart from a starting line outside the stadium to trot along the waterfront. From there, these racers—some dressed as turkeys, sleeping uncles, or other iconic Thanksgiving images—wind into the SoMa district before bending into the heart of the city and finishing at City Hall. Proceeds from the race benefit the San Francisco and Marin Food Bank, an organization dedicated to ending hunger in the community. The race organizers have completely committed to the giving nature of Thanksgiving, not just with the race's date and charitable cause but also with its route. The course is designed to showcase the work being done to help those experiencing hunger, as well as "create a visual representation of the real care being delivered by the community," as the race site states.
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    17000 Healdsburg Ave.
    Healdsburg, CA US
  • River's Edge Kayak & Canoe Trips
    River's Edge Kayak & Canoe Trips' owner Lollie Mercer likes to joke about being in the business of curing nature-deficiency disorder. It's certainly true that sunlight and exercise provide the body with a whole host of benefits, and Lollie's customers get plenty of those riding the rapids of the Russian River. She and her staff outfit guests with one of six types of boats, which include styles that range from the classic canoe to double kayaks. Self-guided groups embark on three- to six-hour trips where they navigate Class I and II rapids. When the water calms, they can view the abundant wildlife along the river's banks, including osprey, eagles, otters, and turtles. Eventually, groups land at River's Edge Beach, where Lollie and her crew collect gear and guests reunite with their less-awesome land-based vehicles.
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    13840 Healdsburg Ave
    Healdsburg, CA US
  • Sonoma Helicopter and Clos du Bois
    Sonoma Helicopter's fleet of choppers hardly ever stops spinning as they lead training, photography, and tour flights throughout the Sonoma Valley and wine country year round. Their thorough training program pairs classroom and flight sessions to produce pilots capable of taming wild helicopters, and the mountain-flying school further specializes chopper jockeys. Aside from aerial surveys that delve into animal populations, power-line patrols, and crop pollinations, the staff also takes to the air to give guests a bird's-eye view of Sonoma.
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    1400 Lytton Springs Rd
    Healdsburg, CA US
  • Sapphire Hill Vineyards
    Sapphire Hill Vineyards has been a small, boutique winery ever since it first opened in 1989, and that is just the way that the staff likes it. Owners Lisa and Chris Mulcahy are content with keeping their production limited and manageable, which gives their team more freedom to experiment with new varietals and slightly different wine-making techniques, occasionally making as few as 24 cases of a particular wine just to see what it tastes like. Even when experimenting though, every wine is intended to be a pure representation of the character of Sonoma fruit. This is evident in the winery's current releases, such as a Russian River Valley chardonnay that is aged in used oak for 16 months, lending a rounded toastiness to the grapes' crisp citrus notes, as well as in the Dry Creek zinfandel?harvested from 70-year-old vines?which balances its dark berry flavors with a peppery streak and fine tannic backbone.
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    55 Front St.
    Healdsburg, CA US

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