- The list below includes 94 free or cheap things to do in or near Healdsburg, California, including 73 different types of inexpensive activities like Lake, Specialty Shops, Kayaking and Parks.
- From Lake Sonoma to River's Edge Kayak & Canoe Tours, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Healdsburg and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Bodega Bay, Santa Rosa, Rohnert Park and Guerneville.
Celebrating a time-honored sport of Marin County, the Marin Bocce Federation presents locals and visitors the opportunity to play bocce in both relaxed or tournament settings. The center features eight exterior courts, two indoor courts, and a picnic area.
Located between San Francisco Bay and the Delta, Vallejo Marina is a local marina offering a large selection of amenities for its customers to enjoy. These amenities include fuel docks, hot showers, a nearby launch ramp, and a laundry facility.
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1100 Railroad Ave, Bldg 46, Vallejo, CA 94592 MoreLess Info
Mare Island Historic Park Foundation offers tours of the historic naval base and shipyard created on the island in 1854. Buildings on the property include two mansions, a chapel and a 50,000 sq ft museum.
A peninsula, and former military establishment, resting against the city of Vallejo, Mare Island is a favorite visiting spot of locals and travelers alike. The island offers historical building tours, golf and wedding venues for beautiful views of the surrounding land and waters.
Rather than a specifically designated area, the Vallejo Waterfront Park is essentially an open space where visitors can enjoy outdoor activities like biking, running, soccer, and flying kites. Dogs are also allowed on the walkways if they are on leashes.
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734 Marin Street, Vallejo, CA 94590 MoreLess Info
The Vallejo Naval & Historical Museum celebrates the fascinating history of the cities naval background as well as the culture of the surrounding area. The museum features exhibits on the women of Vallejo, a sports hall of fame as well as extensive naval history.
Now open to the public, the Mare Island Naval Shipyard gives visitors an interesting look into the history of the Navy's role in World War II. The shipyard is favored by local photographers for the buildings and industrial landscape.