About 16,000 people call Ukiah in North Coast California home.
Sacramento, the state capital, is located about 100 miles (161 kilometers) east of Ukiah, while San Francisco is 100 miles (161 kilometers) to the southeast.
There’s no better way to experience The true taste of a region than to spend a few hours exploring the vine rows, barrel rooms and vintages of its wineries and vineyards. Those with a keen interest in viniculture mustn’t miss Roederer Estate and Saracina Winery, two of the most acclaimed wine producers the Ukiah area. SIP Mendocino and Parducci Wine Cellars are two other highly praised vineyards in the area that are worth checking out.
Two of the most interesting museums in Ukiah are the Grace Hudson Museum and the Mendocino County Museum, where visitors can pay a visit for an afternoon of exhibit browsing. Follow a local guide or take a self-guided tour, try the hands-on exhibits or simply enjoy the peaceful spaces.
There’s absolutely no excuse not to work on your game when in Ukiah; visit Ukiah Municipal Golf Course, home to the finest fairways and friendliest clubhouse in the area. Grab your lucky seven iron, see if you can hit a hole in one, then enjoy a few drinks with fellow golf fanatics in the clubhouse.