The 550-acre organic ranch is renowned for its award-winning Extra Virgin olive oils and environmentally friendly farming practices.
The two-mile loop track in the 165-acre park, which is suitable for hikers of all abilities, is well-known.
Oak forests, grassy slopes, and six miles of hiking routes can all be found there.
The location of Petaluma Adobe State Historic Park was Rancho de Petaluma's primary house nearly 200 years ago.
Speaking of museums, a trip to the Petaluma Historical Library & Museum is another chance to connect with the city's past.
It is an outdoor shopping haven with upscale, name-brand stores offering well-known brands at affordable costs.
The sustainable farm, which thrives on naturally growing fruit, has become a treasured fixture of the Petaluma fabric.