sonoma state university
Sonoma State University is a small campus with big ideas. The campus was originally founded in 1960 as a teacher education center for the North Bay and is now a liberal arts and sciences university dedicated to providing high-quality education to over 9,000 students.
Sonoma State University is home to the Green Music Center, which is one of the most sought after music and art venues in the world, and the highly anticipated Weill Hall which opened in September 2012.
Located at the heart of campus and open since 2013, the Student Center is the University’s primary meeting and gathering space, as well as home to the largest ballroom in Sonoma County.
With more than 425 wineries, miles of rugged Pacific coastline, towering redwood forests, and its close proximity to San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, Sonoma County is a traveler’s dream vacation spot in California. Sonoma County represents the best of Northern California — premium wine, farm-to-table dining, unique resorts and spas, and over 50 state and regional parks. Breathtaking Highway 1 delights visitors with crashing waves, sea lions and otters sunning on the beaches, and fantastic sunsets that color the sky in brilliant hues. Tasting rooms in the world-class Sonoma wine region range from simple and rustic to elaborate wine castles.
Video and information about Sonoma County from Sonoma County Tourism.
A great place to play.
Rohnert Park lays claim to the most, and best opportunities to recreate, no matter your age or interest. Rohnert Park is centrally located in the North Bay’s outdoor ecosystem of attractions. The coast is 30 minutes west, redwoods and Russian River are 30 minutes north, Sears Point Raceway is 30 minutes to the South, and wine country is all around. So many ways to play.