• Sonoma County Offers New Group Activities and Packages

    POSTED November 3, 2014
Various venues in Sonoma County have new experiences and deals for meeting and event planners to consider. 
Dry Creek Vineyard has a new boccie ball court perfect for up to 12 people. Groups over the age of 21 may make reservations for a private rental of the court. This reservation includes two hours of playing time, a bottle of chilled Dry Chenin Blac or Fumé Blanc and a host for the day.  More information is available at drycreekvineyard.com.  
Camp isn’t just for kids at Cloverleaf Ranch. Groups can partake in field games, archery lessons, zip lines, a high ropes course and cooking classes. When things get serious picnic tables, a barn hall and large lawn areas are available for meetings. More information is available at cloverleafranch.com.
Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa provides guests the opportunity to give back to the community through their Meetings that Matter Program. Groups can help clean beaches, make care packages at a food bank and help complete newly built Habitat for Humanity homes. More information is available at fairmont.com/Sonoma.
Groups can come face-to-face with the wild with Safari West Serengeti Trek. The 90-minute safari includes encounters with giraffes, rhinos, moneys and more. Group tours are available for 20 to 60 people and can be booked online at safariwest.com/groups.
For those looking to plan the whole experience, Sonoma County businesses also have new group meeting packages.
Kenwood Restaurant and Bar focuses on providing the meeting technical needs and creating a local, seasonal menu through “The Perfect Meeting” package.
In November, Flamingo Conference Resort & Spa is launching a Winter Group Meeting Package with awards for planners for every 10 group rooms paid. Flamingoresort.com lays out the complete details.

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