- TripBuzz found 111 things to do indoors in the Rocklin area. From Laser Craze to 1 Stop Bowling, Rocklin offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 85 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 42 different types of things to do inside in or near Rocklin, California. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Bowling, Arcades, Family Fun Center and Laser Tag.
- There are 12 indoor activities in Rocklin, and 99 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Sacramento, Placerville, Folsom and Roseville.
Located in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, Andis Wines is a gorgeous winery specializing in fine small-batch production. Visitors are welcome in the tasting room, which is staffed by approachable wine experts and offers picturesque views of the winery grounds.
Producing over 30 variations of wine in the Sierra Nevadas region, Terre Rouge and Easton Wines offers visitors samples of their renowned syrahs in their tasting room. The owners like to share their knowledge of farming with visitors.
Wine lovers are welcome at the Vino Noceto Winery in Plymouth, California. Groups of more than eight should make a reservation in advance, particularly if arriving in a tour bus. Vino Noceto also sells bottled wine.
Visitors can enjoy a blend of Mexican and American culture with their wine experience at Borjon Winery. The winery features a small tequila museum and the tasting room has western themed decor including horseshoes and saddles.
Plymouth's Jeff Rundquist Wines is a family-owned winery specializing in red table wines that can be enjoyed while they are young and become truly exceptional as they age. Visitors are welcome in the tasting room.
Opened in 1993, Renwood/Santino Winery is situated in the Amador County of California and it specializes in Zinfandel. They have a newly remodeled tasting room you can enjoy the wines in, a deli and a gift shop.
Plymouth, California is home to the Helweig Vineyards & Winery. The beautiful, spacious grounds include the vineyard, production facility, aging caves and the tasting room. Visitors are welcome. Groups tastings are available and must be scheduled in advance.
Shenandoah Vineyards was established in 1977 at the Steiner Ranch in historic Shenandoah Valley. Using sustainable farming techniques, their growing practices include composting, complimentary plantings and beneficial bugs. The award winning wines emphasize high fruit and low tannins.
Plymouth, California is home to the Deavery Vineyards Winery, located on a shady plot with abundant trees and ornamental bushes. Deavery's most popular wines include Port, Muscat, Sherry, Zinfanel, Merlot and sparkling white wine.
Producing red, white, and rose wines, the Amador Foothill Winery is a winery that is situated in the foothills to the east of Sacramento. The winery holds special events including 'Valentine's Day: Wine & Chocolate Fondue'.