400 C St.
Williams, CA 95987
Phone: (530) 473-2381
Fax: (530) 473-2418
400 C St., Williams, CA, US, 95987
- Phone: (530) 473-2381
- Fax: (530) 473-2418
Mendocino National Forest is located at Willows, California and Covelo, California. Visitors can pick from a wide range of recreational activities, including camping, hiking, paragliding, backpacking, boating, fishing, hunting, nature study, photography, and off-highway vehicle travel. The forest includes four wilderness areas and has rivers like Eel River, Rice Fork Eel River, Middle Fork Eel River, Black Butte River, and Stony Creek (Sacramento River) running through it. This national forest does not have a paved road when you enter.
Anderson Marsh State Historic Park is a green reserve that is known for the on-site tule marsh. Apart from that, it also comprises different varieties of plants and is home to several migratory birds. Here, you can also indulge in several activities like hiking, bird-watching and nature walks. For more details, check website.
With the beautiful wine country as its backdrop, Aetna Springs Golf Course has the potential to take your mind miles away from all kinds of stress. Come here to unwind and play the classic and sophisticated game. Whether an amateur or a pro, the nine-hole golf course provides enough challenges for an exciting game. Tee away amidst ancient oaks and gentle streams. Get your friends along, and you can have a tournament right here. They will also allow you to host barbecues and non-golf gatherings.
Teal Bend Golf Course may sound like a tough track, but it really plays shorter than its posted 7,061 yards from the back tees. No long carries over hazards are required, and the par-five 17th hole gives up lots of eagles to players who choose to hit over the lake. Fees include a cart and a bucket of balls for loosening up at the driving range. Note: Non-metal spikes are required here.
Year round adult and children's riding lessons on beautiful, tame horses by a certified CHA instructor are provided at this horse farm.
Lakeside Family Fun & Event Center is perfect for family fun! Try to get a perfect game while bowling. See who gets the most points at laser tag. Play a game of basketball or dodgeball. Plus eight year olds and under will love playing in the Funtown, complete with arts and craft and a bounce house. Fun for the whole family!
If the excitement of riding a roller coaster leaves you wanting more, try jumping out of a plane at 3,000 feet. This company offers a variety of programs with certified instructors and supervision. It can accommodate skydivers from beginning to advance skill levels. There are programs for everybody from one-time thrill seekers to skyboarders scudding about the sky on an actual board while free falling. This place also provides mementos in the form of an airborne video or still photos.
Davis Municipal Golf Course is affordable and pleasantly landscaped. This public course opened in 1964 and par for 18-holes is 66. Carts, clubs, and range balls are available to rent. Lessons by PGA professionals are available as well. The pro-shop offers a large range of equipment. The driving range is open from dawn until dusk and there are several putting greens beside the snack bar/pro-shop complex. The greens fees vary on weekdays and weekends, there are also Cart rental per rider. Visit website for more details.
The name "old faithful" is most closely associated with the Yellowstone Park geyser, but it is actually used to describe any geyser that erupts on a regular schedule. Napa Valley's version is a blast! Boiling hot water shoots 60 feet (18.3 meters) into the crystal blue sky, while spectators gather casually round and gasp every 30 minutes or so. Driving by, you might mistake this for a tourist trap, a little worn down, more than a little tacky from the outside; but rest assured, it really is worth the price of admission. Don't miss the poor little fainting goats on the side, and the fascinating exhibit on geyser eruptions and earthquake predictions. Seek out owner Olga Kolbek; she's a gold mine of fascinating local lore.
This unassuming but adequate golf facility in Calistoga is located on the northeast side of the Napa County Fairgrounds. The nine-hole, par 34-course is simple with immaculate greens and a challenging course. But it doesn't offer any fancy frills or thrills like the more resort-like courses in the Napa Valley. Mount St. Helena Golf Course is ideal for the golfer who wants a good game at a good price. Opens daily at 7a.
With rolling hills, nooks and crannies along the very long fairways, the Wildhorse Golf Club really penalizes golfers who are not able to hit straight. On the extreme northern edge of Davis among the new Wildhorse development (no affiliation), this course is no less than a work of art. There is a wide range of practice facilities on site, including driving ranges and variously configured greens. Greens fees include a cart, and range balls. The Wildhorse Bar & Grill is an amazing place and serves great quality chicken and pasta. Visit website for more information.
The Yolo Basin Foundation is dedicated to the appreciation of wetlands and wildlife through education and innovative methods. Bucks for Ducks is an annual fund raiser event organized by this foundation. It features wildlife art exhibits, field trips and workshops, and the ever-popular ducklings! All the proceeds go to the Foundation for Conservation and other education programs.