Seniors Stop In Healdsburg

IMG2043-L-620x413Healdsburg, a city in Sonoma County, California with a population of around 12,000, is by California standards, a “small town”.” And senior visitors who like small town charm will find it in Healdsburg.

Tucked between three valleys and surrounded by wineries, senior oenophiles will discover 100 world class wineries and tasting rooms. Healdsburg is the ideal place to discover all the best that Sonoma County wine country has to offer.

Early residents include the Pomo Indians who built their villages in the open fertile valleys along the Russian River. The Healdsburg Museum and Historical Society can tell you about the early history and the River.

 Seniors Enjoy Wine Tours


The town is renowned for its eclectic offering of all the finest things like food, wine, friends and lots of fun… sounds of jazz and laughter at town square events, enticing aromas of five star cuisine, country roads winding through rolling hills of world-acclaimed wine growing appellations.

The hamlet, as some call it, is a highly desirable residential community with a vibrant community life, fine schools and desirable year-round California weather. Town Square and Plaza Park in downtown Healdsburg are both great spots to hang out and people-watch.


Senior visitors, stop at Healdsburg Plaza, take a wine tour and then consider a ride on the Russian River or on nearby Lake Sonoma. Don’t miss the Hand Fan Museum. Where in the world would you expect to find a Hand Fan Museum except maybe in France!

 Seniors Stroll, Shop, Sun and Sip

Find your perfect B&B or historic Inn… they abound throughout the area. There is abundant night-life and wide choice of excellent restaurants that rate high with senior visitors.

The River Rock Casino is an 8-mile drive north of Healdsburg. A few miles down the road is the Napa Valley Opera House, a National Historic Landmark that offers performing arts, theater, dance, music and comedy.


Enjoy all that Healdsburg has to offer including feasting, strolling, shopping, sunning and sipping (my emphasis that last one!).

In Healdsburg you will find something to enjoy all year long.  -jeb


  1. DJ says:

    There are a couple of glaring errors in your blog:
    1) It is “River Rock” casino
    2) Cyrus closed in 2012

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