Places the Best Petaluma Movers Love
The best Petaluma movers love this delightful Sonoma County city, and we know how to spend our downtime in this fantastic place. Here are our top suggestions for relaxing in Petaluma.
Explore Shollenberger Park
Who doesn’t feel refreshed after spending some time wandering through beautiful wetlands? Petaluma residents have easy access to the one hundred and sixty-five acres of protected wetlands found at Shollenberger Park. You can explore the park along the paved hiking/biking trails and even cast a line into the water at a fishing pier.
Petaluma Farmers Markets
Sonoma County has a vast agricultural heritage, and you can taste the best of our homegrown food at one of the area’s farmers markets. Petaluma typically hosts a market at (1) Lucchesi Park, (2) Walnut Park, and (3) Petaluma Theatre District. Come out and support sustainable agriculture in our area.
Take a self-guided tour of Petaluma’s movie locations
Petaluma is sometimes called the “Hollywood North” due to the number of famous movies that have filmed in the area. Drop in at the Visitors Center for a copy of directions to the spots memorialized in films such as (1) Peggy Sue Got Married, (2) American Graffiti, and (3) Inventing the Abbotts.
An homage to classic cars
Petaluma celebrates its connection to the famous film, American Graffiti, with a spectacular classic car show each year. Cruisin’ the Boulevard: Petaluma California’s Salute to American Graffiti takes place May 16-18, 2019 and is a terrific chance to see the classic best Petaluma movers roll through the streets of Petaluma.
Are you desperately in need of creative inspiration? If the answer is enthusiastically yes, it’s time to visit the Petaluma Arts Center. This wonderfully creative space is the result of a community effort within Petaluma to encourage local artists and grow an appreciation of the arts. Today you can participate in (1) classes, (2) arts events and (3) exhibit inside the historic train depot next to Downtown Petaluma’s SMART train.
All of us living in the San Francisco Bay Area are lucky to live surrounded by magnificent wilderness areas. Helen Putnam Regional Park in Petaluma is an example of how an urban area successfully interacts with a natural environment. Indeed, a day spent hiking on one of the many trails at this regional park is one well lived, and you might even get the chance to spot native wildlife.
A leisurely river paddle
If your idea of getting back into nature involves spending time on a river, you can’t do any better than taking a tranquil trip on the Petaluma River. Join your fellow kayakers and canoers along a peaceful waterway that travels through the Petaluma Marsh and into San Pablo Bay. Once in the Petaluma Marsh, you’ll enter into the Napa-Sonoma Marsh Wildlife Area and its abundance of birds and other wildlife.
Lastly, try some of our tips from the best Petaluma movers the next time that you need to recharge your spirit. When the time comes for you to stop enjoying Petaluma for a little while to concentrate on moving, give us a call at Good Green Moving. We’ll take care of the details so that you’ll be having fun again in no time.