Yolo County puts the “u” in fun! From miles of bike paths to outdoor recreation like horseback riding and fishing, there’s plenty of good times to be had for all ages.
At last count, Yolo County has 15 farms that are open to the public – some are by appointment only but all of them are worthy of a look.
Delight in the sights and sounds, soak up the culture or enjoy a walk on the artsy side. There’s a little something for everyone here in Yolo County.
No matter where you’re traveling in Yolo County, you will not be disappointed by the diversity of flavors to tempt your inner foodie.
A vibrant university town, Davis is known for its great restaurants, unique shops, and art galleries. Its walkable — and bikeable — downtown core truly has something for everyone.
Located along the riverfront, West Sacramento is an emerging, vibrant community with a growing culinary and culture scene.
Named one of California’s most charming small towns, Winters has a quaint, walkable downtown with farm-to-table restaurants, wineries, and shops. Stay and savor the charm!
Woodland is constantly evolving with a thriving entrepreneurial spirit and historic downtown district. From an amazing foodie scene to popular events, there’s plenty to keep you exploring.
From wineries and farms to local dining, the serene little towns that make up the countryside of Yolo County are full of charm and rich in fresh experiences.
From charming B&Bs and Inns to larger hotels and smaller motels, there’s no shortage of places to lay your head for a relaxing getaway in Yolo County.
Perfectly situated in Northern California and just a short distance away from Sacramento, Napa and the San Francisco Bay Area, getting to Yolo County is a breeze.
Getting off the grid in California can be hard to do, but not if you know where to look. Let us help you discover Yolo County in California’s Central Valley. Here, small town culture hemmed in by beautiful rolling hills and countryside connotes a slower pace of life, perfect for first-time visitors and return travelers […]
History buffs will enjoy brushing up on their knowledge at the Woodland Library built by Andrew Carnegie in 1905 or revisiting the 1950s at Reiff’s Antique Gas Station Automotive Museum. Don’t worry, we’ve got some great eats to fuel your sightseeing too.
Giddy up and take a family friendly adventure through a modern working cattle ranch, taste locally produced olive oil and pick your own strawberries! Come discover how tasty the farm life truly is and why Yolo County is the “farm” to Sacramento’s “fork”.
With over 30 wineries, it’s easy to imagine why you would need a couple nights (or more) to sip just a handful of the unforgettable wines yielded in Yolo County. We put together a three-day experience to highlight the region and our outstanding variety of flavors.
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