When you’re in Yuba City, you get the perfect mix with small-town charm with big-city amenities like shopping and entertainment. It enjoys proximity to the Feather River, which provides water recreation, and the Sutter Buttes, the “smallest mountain range in the world,” for loftier outdoor pursuits.

Mom and Dad can try out the authentic hand-crafted beer at the Sutter Buttes Brewery or marveling at the mid-19th century architecture of the Second-Street historic quarter. The youngsters have a wet blast at Gauche Aquatic Park or can go hi-tech with Laser Tag, video games, and Virtual Reality Gaming at Millennium Family Entertainment Center.

For something truly different that brings the family together, teaches about ecology, and provides for some physical thrills, try Sonoma County Tours. It takes a few hours to get there from Yuba City.

  • Go east on the Twin Cities Memorial Bridge.
  • You’ll eventually be driving on 5th Street where you can make a right on J street, which turns into Third Street.
  • Make a right on E Street, which turns to CA-70 South. Follow it to CA-99 South and then to I-5 South. This route is 90 miles.
  • Keep to the right lanes to take Exit 522, I-80 West to San Francisco.
  • Continue for just under 49 miles on the I-80 West.
  • Take Exit 33B, CA-37 to Novato and San Rafael.
  • Stay on the CA-37 West for about 15.5 miles and then turn right onto Lakeville Highway and stay for about 11 miles. Turn right to enter US-101 North.
  • Continue for 15.5 miles and stay in the second to the right lane to reach Exit 488 B, CA-12 West to Sebastopol.
  • Continue on the CA-12 West before turning right at Fulton Road.
  • Make a Left on Occidental Road, where you’ll continue for about seven miles.
  • Turn right at Green Hill Road, left at Graton road, and right at Bohemian Highway.
  • After about two miles, you’ll find us on the left where you can turn into the parking lot at 6250 Bohemian Highway in Occidental.

If you need more directions or want to book a tour, phone us at 1-888-499-9150. 

The redwoods reaching into the sky from this forested wonderland are impressive enough. But you can literally top it all by taking our grand staircase to the treetops. You’ll then negotiate a couple of sky bridges, rush at up to 40 MPH through seven zip lines, and rappel 45 feet back down to the ground. Never ziplined before? Neither have most of our guests. But you’ll learn quickly from the experienced guides and have fun while doing it.