Petaluma's Agricultural Heritage
Sample and Savor Our Bounty
Petaluma stays true to its roots by connecting consumers with working farms and ranches. Shop for just-picked produce at one of our Farmers’ Markets, learn how artisan cheese is made or sample organic butter at a working dairy. It is all fresh and delicious.
|Petaluma East Side Farmers' Market||
Petaluma East Side Farmers' Market
320 N. McDowell Blvd. (415) 999-5635
Locally grown agricultural products, locally made hot and packaged foods as well as arts and crafts, at Lucchesi Park/ Community Center parking lot.
|Saturday Afternoon Farmers' Market at Walnut Park||
Saturday Afternoon Farmers' Market at Walnut Park
Petaluma Blvd. and D Street (707) 762-0344
More than 60 booths selling farm-fresh produce and local products plus live entertainment and kids' activities. May through November
|Wednesday Evening Farmers’ Market in Downtown||
Wednesday Evening Farmers’ Market in Downtown
Second and C Street (707) 762-0344
Open air market featuring farm-fresh produce and other local farm products, children’s entertainment, crafts and prepared dinner foods. June through August.
|Achadinha Cheese Company Ranch Tour||
Achadinha Cheese Company Ranch Tour
750 Chileno Valley Road 707-763-1025
Traditional Tour: Guests will be treated to a full ranch tour that includes everything from the loafing barn and milking parlor to the cheese plant and aging rooms. Naturally there will be plenty of cheese sampling before you head on down the road. This Tour includes: Full Ranch Tour, Cheese Plant Tour and Cheese tasting.
|Artful Arrangements Homestead Gardens||
Artful Arrangements Homestead Gardens
205 Orchard Lane 707-664-8656
1915 working homestead has something for everyone. Learn how "old timers" cared for the land. Stroller, toddler, pet, walker & wheelchair friendly. The kids love Plant-a-Plant. Allow 2 hours. $10 each (under 4 free). Open Studio Gallery. Call to schedule. Country gardens; dance floor, ceremony site, buffet and reception area for up to 100 guests, with tall, shady trees.
755 Tomales Road (707) 766-7171
Visit a European-style family farm with vegetables, fruit, herbs, Babydoll sheep, cashmere goats, chickens and art studio. By appointment only.
|Great Peter Pumpkin Patch||
Great Peter Pumpkin Patch
4235 Spring Hill Rd. (707) 762-3446
Pick your own pumpkin plus much more...taste homemade ice cream and cheese, dig for potatoes, pet baby animals, milk a cow and hay rides. Opens Sept. 28.
|Green String Farm||
Green String Farm
3571 Old Adobe Rd. (707) 778-7500
A focus on aiding, rather than fighting natural processes to grow happy, healthy fruits and vegetables. Call for info.
|Lavender Bee Farm||
Lavender Bee Farm
764 Chapman Lane (707) 789-0554
Tours of the lavender and honey farm are available during the summer months. Call or visit the website for info
|McClelland's Dairy and Pumpkin Patch||
McClelland's Dairy and Pumpkin Patch
6475 Bodega Ave. (707) 664-0452
Pick your pumpkins along with a variety of gourds, ornamental corn, and a U-Pick edible squash section plus Hay Maze, watch cows being milked, play in a seed sand box, race peddle tractors, play on tire swings, hay rides, bounce house, haunted house, obstacle course, super slide, and an observation deck that looks over the pumpkin patch & farm! Saturdays & Sundays in October 10am to 6pm.
|Tara Firma Farms||
Tara Firma Farms
3796 I St. Ext. (707) 765-1202
Free tours are available every Saturday and Sunday at noon. Learn about their all natural and environmentally friendly farming practices. This 300-acre farm hosts private events with live music & organic farm-fresh catering.