Unique accommodations for a perfect getaway in Cloverdale, CA

About 85 miles north of San Francisco lies a small city in Sonoma County called Cloverdale. This town got its start as a stagecoach stop and in 1872 was incorporated as part of the San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad. In 2008, the Pomo Indians acquired 80 acres allotted to the tribe. Pomo people are renowned for their basket weaving, so be sure to seek some out when you visit. Weather gets fairly hot throughout the summer and stays mild in the winter. Lying in the Anderson Valley, this area has several wineries to explore especially when glamping in one of these unique accommodations in Cloverdale.. To the south is Point Reyes National Seashore where you can hike along the rocky coastline and watch out for whales migrating. To the north is Mendocino National Forest with miles of trails for hiking and biking. Cloverdale, California is a glamping destination that should not be missed. Find luxury vacation rentals for luxury camping in Cloverdale, California


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