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Current Recreation Programs

The Pool is OPEN until October 31, 2016!

Starting May 27, the City pool will be open for everyone. Sign-ups for summer swim lessons begin May 2, at City Hall in the Finance/Utilities Department. Questions? please contact Karla Jenkins at 530-794-6700.

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Swim Lessons:
- Informational Brochure - dates/times/fees (pdf)   English / Spanish
- Swim Lesson Registration Form (pdf)

Current/Ongoing Adult Lap Swim:
 Monday-Friday, 6:30-8pm
Saturday-Sunday, 9-10:30am

Munchkin Summer Camp (MSC)

summercamp*Summer Camp Contract and Forms (fillable) (pdf)

Mission Statement: We strive to provide a fun, safe and successful program for students to learn and grow during the summer. We will provide each student with the opportunity to improve academically, socially and physically while minimizing summer learning loss.

2016 summer registration begins: Tuesday, March 1, 2016.

Packets will be available at City Hall, Waggoner Elementary School front office, Shirley Rominger Intermediate School front office and ALL Winters After School Program classrooms.

Serving: students going into 1st grade - students going into 6th grade (for the 2016-17 school year) no exceptions.

Hours of Operation: 9am-5pm, with breakfast served at 8:30am, gates open at 8:15am.

Days of Operation: Monday-Friday and closed for July 4, 2016.

1st Session: Monday, June 6-Friday, July 1, 2016.          2nd Session: Tuesday, July 5-Friday, July 29, 2016.
Breakfast, Lunch and PM Snack is included.

Tuition: $200 per child per session or $100 per child per session for those qualifying and turning in a Free/Reduced Lunch Letter from the district; no multiple child discount; payment plans available.

Daily attendance is not required; parent must notify staff of child’s attendance schedule ahead of time.

MSC does take students to and from swim team daily.

Daily Schedule includes: Academics, Reading, Enrichment, Recreation, Free Play and Nutritious Meals/Snack.

Weekly Schedule includes: Field Trips - Town Pool, City Park, Town Library, Music and Drama Lessons.

Summer Schedule includes: Four out of town field trips and end of the year Carnival.

Volunteers: High School or College volunteers are welcome and needed. One volunteer per class is needed through the whole day; we do split schedules for volunteers.

This program is funded and operated through community contributions as well as minimal tuition. Donations are greatly appreciated. Please make donations payable to: City of Winters- Munchkin Summer Camp. Please send donations to: City of Winters-MSC, 318 First Street, Winters, CA 95694.

Experience Winters

Welcome to Historic Winters, California!  It’s a place where people come to enjoy recreation and outdoor activities, experience agriculture up close and personal, partake of great food and wine and enjoy music and art.

What to do . . .

 Agriculture/Farm tours 

  1. Our agricultural background is visible in many farm tours.  Morgan’s of California Dried Fruits and Nuts – 3984 Canal Lane, Winters – 530-795-3253 –  Morgan's of California.
  2.  Full Belly Farm – Guinda, CA – 530-796-2214 – Full Belly Farm.
  3. Visit the Farm on Putah Creek for a rural learning experience at 5265 Putah Creek Rd., Winters – 530-795-9569 – Land-Based Learning.
  4. In nearby Esparto take a rare tour of a working Llama Ranch – Esparto – West Valley Alpacas – 19190 Road 87B, Esparto, CA – 530-662-8630 – West Valley Alpacas.
  5. In the Capay Valley town of Rumsey you can visit Cache Creek Lavender – growers of lavender and purveyors of lavender products – 800-323-0063 – Cache Creek Lavender.
  6. Also in Esparto on the first Saturday of the month is the Farmers Market held from April to December on Main Street Esparto, CA – 530-787-3319 – Capay Valley Farmers Market.

 Music/Art 

  1. Wonderful musical events are in store for you at The Palms –13 Main Street, Winters  – 530-795-1825 – The Palms; Several times a year the local Winters Theatre Company presents terrific plays at the Winters Community Center – 530-795-4014 – Winters Theatre Company.
  2. Art to purchase and arts and craft classes are available at several locations - The Clayground – 9 East Main St., Studio 9G, Winters – 530-902-0863 – The Clayground; Briggs & Co. - 820 Railroad Ave, Winters – 530-795-9505 – Briggs & Co.; Winters Center for the Arts – 18 Main Street, Winters - 530-795-2009 – Winters Center for the Arts; Quilting at Cloth Carousel –9 Main Street, Winters - 530-795-2580.
  3. Javier Martial Arts – City of Winters Recreation Department – 530-795-4910; De Barrios Yoga – Stacey de Barrios – 305 First St., Winters; Senior Yoga – City of Winters Recreation Department – 530-795-4910 - City of Winters.

Food/Wine 

  1. Our award winning local winery tasting and tours are available at  Berryessa Gap Winery - 15 Main Street, Winters –– 530-795-3201 –  Berryessa Gap Winery; Rominger West Winery – 4602 Second Street Suite 4, Davis, CA – 530-747-2044 –  Rominger West Winery;  R.H. Phillips – 26386 County Road 12A, Esparto, CA – 530-662-3215 – R.H. Phillips Winery.
  2. Experience a back to basics idea with the Slow Food movement - Slow Food Yolo – Georgeanne Brennan – Slow Food Yolo.
  3. Olive oil tasting is available at Hillstone Olive Oil - Yolo, CA – 530-661-3750 – Hillstone Olive Oil.

Casino  

  1. Just up the road from Winters is the Cache Creek Casino with gaming, shows, lodging and a spa.  Cache Creek Casino – 14455 Highway 16, Brooks, CA – 1-888-77-CACHE, Cache Creek Casino Resort.

YEARLY EVENTS IN WINTERS:

  1. Special events are held all year round in Winters for your family to attend.  These are: Youth Day, Earthquake Street Festival, Winters Shakespeare Workshop, Summer Recreation Program, Christmas Tree Lighting, Fourth of July Fireworks, Winters Garage Sale, Little League Crab Feed, Winters Parent Nursery School Spaghetti Feed, Rotary Wine and Food Jubilee, Winters Friends of the Library Family Holiday Festival, Citizen of the Year, Youth of the Year, Christmas Concert, Note of Elegance, Winters in October - FFA Harvest Fair, Ghost Stories, Farm Tours, Art Show, Scarecrow Contest:  General information available at the Winters Chamber of Commerce – 530-795-2329 – 201 Railroad Ave. – Winters – Winters Chamber of Commerce; the City of Winters – 318 First Street, Winters – 530-795-4910 – City of Winters.

 Downtown Winters  

  1. Right in the center of town take a walk across the newly rebuilt Trestle Bridge – Railroad Street at Russell Street – Winters
  2. Pick up a Historic Winters Main Street Walking Tour pamphlet to experience the flavor of Winters as it was in times past.  Also find the Historic Homes of Winters Tour map and set out to view special homes - some built over 100 years ago.  These are both available at the Winters Chamber of Commerce - 201 Railroad Ave., Winters – 530-795-2329  - Winters Chamber of Commerce. Arrange a Carriage Tour of downtown through the Buzzards Roost Ranch, or pick up an evening ride in front of the Buckhorn Restaurant at the corner of Railroad and Main – 530-795-4084 – Buzzards Roost Ranch.

  Places to Stay 

  1. The charming and authentic Abbey House Inn Bed & Breakfast is the favorite of all visitors to Winters at 101 Abbey St., Winters – 530-795-5870 – Abbey House Inn; Courtyard by Marriott is in nearby Vacaville at 120 Nut Tree Pkwy., Vacaville, CA – 707-451-9000 – Courtyard by Marriott.
  2. If you venture out in your recreational vehicle stop at Canyon Creek Resort RV Park – 22074 State Highway 128, Winters – 530-795-4133 – Vista Resorts.  There is also overnight parking available in the parking lot in front of Lorenzo’s Town and Country Market adjacent to Berryessa Sporting Goods at 121 E. Grant Avenue (Highway 128).  For more information please call 530-795-1278.
  3. For an unusual rustic and relaxing stay contact the Buzzards Roost Ranch – 8290A Pleasants Valley Rd., Winters – 530-795-4084- Buzzards Roost Ranch.

Meeting Places and Catering

  1. The Winters Community Center is available for your next event – wedding, meeting, conference at 201 Railroad Ave., Winters contact the City of Winters for reservation information - 530-795-4910 – City of Winters.
  2. The Buckhorn Steak & Roadhouse is The Place to hold your next dinner party or family reunion at 2 Main St., Winters – 530-795-4503 – Buckhorn Steak & Roadhouse.  Also at the Buckhorn enjoy an elegant dinner experience for larger gatherings in the new private DeVilbiss Dining Room.
  3. Visit the Farm on Putah Creek for a rural spot for your meeting or event. At 5265 Putah Creek Rd., Winters – 530-795-9569 – Land-Based Learning.
  4. There are many options for catering for your special event right in Winters.  Some great choices are:  Buckhorn Catering – 111 Main St., Winters – 530-795-1722 – Buckhorn Steak & Roadhouse; Cody’s Deli and Catering – 314 Railroad Ave., Winters – 530-795-2283; Tomat’s California Cuisine – 1123 W. Grant Ave., Winters – 530-795-3404

 Places to Eat 

  1. Our Winters downtown offers many superb choices for that unique lunch or dinner.  These are:  Buckhorn Steak & Roadhouse – 2 Main St., Winters – 530-795-4503 – Buckhorn Steak & Roadhouse; Tomat’s California Cuisine – 1123 W. Grant Ave., Winters – 530-795-3404; Chuy’s Taqueria – 208 Railroad Ave., Winters – 530-795-9811; Monticello Bistro – 5 E. Main St., Winters – 530-792-8066 – Monticello Bistro; Cody’s Deli – 314 Railroad Ave., Winters – 530-795-2283; Putah Creek Café – 1 Main St., Winters – 530-795-2682 – Putah Creek Cafe; Steady Eddy’s Coffee House – 5 E. Main St., Winters – 530-795-3588;  The Pizza Factory – 108 Main St., Winters – 530-795-9500; Round Table Pizza – 196 E. Grant St., Winters – 530-795-1500; Lester Farms Bakery (Lester Farms Bakery is famous for our Seasonal Fresh Fruit pies and our Dried Apricot Pies. We bake every morning with fresh local ingredients. Handmade pastries, danish, breakfast & lunch sandwiches, cold drinks, coffee, espresso, cakes, cookies and handmade donuts. Free Wifi for customers)  – 606 Railroad Ave., Winters – 530-795-1474; Ficelle  – 5 E. Main St., Winters – 530-795-9593; Kountry Kitchen – 11 W. Grant Ave., Winters – 530-795-2833; Ocean Restaurant – 104 Main St., Winters – 530-795-4336; El Pueblo Meat Market & Deli – 43 Main St., Winters – 530-795-3450; Subway of Winters – 180 E. Grant Ave., Winters – 530-795-9900. 

Food/Wine 

  1. Our award winning local winery tasting and tours are available at Berryessa Gap Winery - 15 Main Street, Winters –– 530-795-3201 – Berryessa Gap Winery; Rominger West Winery – 4602 Second Street Suite 4, Davis, CA – 530-747-2044 – Rominger West Winery;  R.H. Phillips – 26386 County Road 12A, Esparto, CA – 530-662-3215 – R.H. Phillips Winery.
  2. Experience a back to basics idea with the Slow Food movement - Slow Food Yolo – Georgeanne Brennan – Slow Food Yolo.
  3. Olive oil tasting is available at Hillstone Olive Oil - Yolo, CA – 530-661-3750 – Hillstone Olive Oil.

 Recreation/Outdoor Activities

  1. Right in the center of Winters is the Putah Creek Walk and Nature Trail.  The entrance is on Putah Creek Road just east of Railroad
  2. Bring the family to Lake Solano because it has everything for a fun trip - camping, fishing, paddleboat rental and canoe rental.   Lake Solano Regional Park:  8685 Pleasants Valley Rd, Winters – 530-795-2990 – Lake Solano Regional Park; Fishing licenses and tackle are available at Berryessa Sporting Goods – 115 E. Grant Ave. – 530-795-1278.
  3. The very best fly fishing guide in the Putah Creek area is:  Greg Bonovich, Bono’s Putah Creek Flyfishing Guide Service – 800-480-5285 – Putah Creek Flyfishing Guide Service.
  4. Beautiful Lake Berryessa offers boating, fishing, wildlife viewing, swimming, camping, houseboat rentals, biking and picnicking.  Markley Cove Resort -  7251 Hwy 128, Lake Berryessa, CA  707-966-2134;  Pleasure Cove Marina – off Highway 128 at Wragg Canyon Road – 1-800-255-5561 – Pleasure Cove Marina;  Spanish Flat Resort – 4290 Knoxville Rd., Napa, CA – 707-966-7700 – Spanish Flat Resort;   ;  Rancho Monticello Resort – 6590 Knoxville Road, Napa, CA – 707-966-2188- Rancho Monticello Resort.
  5. Have a really fun day of rafting on nearby beautiful Cache Creek  Contact Whitewater Adventures – 1-800-977-4837 – Whitewater Adventures, Cache Canyon River Trips – 1-800-796-3091, Rumsey, CA  Cache Canyon Whitewater River Trips.
  6. Be sure to take your binoculars for the wildlife viewing at Cache Creek Nature Preserve – 34199 County Road 20 - north of Winters west of Woodland – 530-661-1070 – Cache Creek Nature Preserve.
  7. Enjoy a spectacular view of Monticello Dam and see the famous Glory Hole – 9 miles west of Winters on Hwy 128 – Monticello Dam.
  8. A special day of outdoor hiking can be had at Stebbins Cold Canyon Reserve – 6 miles west of Winters – Stebbins Cold Canyon Reserve.  In nearby Vacaville be sure to visit the Nut Tree Family Park – a family oriented amusement park that has been rebuilt to exceed the original Northern California favorite destination of years past.  It is off Highway 80 – 1681 E. Monte Vista Ave., Vacaville, CA – 707-448-6411 - Nut Tree Family Park.
  9. See Winters and Yolo county from the air with a balloon ride with Napa Valley Balloons – PO Box 2860, Yountville, CA – 800-253-2224 – 707-944-0228 – Napa Valley Balloons.
  10. Bring your racket for local tennis playing at the Winters Tennis Courts – Grant Street at Hemenway – Winters.

Experience Winters - Regional 

Regional Music/Art 

  1. Wonderful musical events are in store for you at The Palms –13 Main Street, Winters  – 530-795-1825 – The Palms.
  2. Several times a year the local Winters Theatre Company presents terrific plays at the Winters Community Center – 530-795-4014 – Winters Theatre Company.
  3. Art to purchase and arts and craft classes are available at several locations - Briggs & Co. - 820 Railroad Ave, Winters – 530-795-9505 – Briggs & Co.; Quilting at Cloth Carousel – 9 Main Street, Winters - 530-795-2580; Winters Center for the Arts – 18 Main Street, Winters - 530-795-2009 – Winters Center for the Arts; Various other types of classes are also to be found in Winters - Ballet, Hula, Martial Arts, Yoga:  Studio C School of Dance– 106 Main St., Winters – 530-795-1900; Halau Hula O Lei Halia’a – 305 First St., Winters – 530-795-3133; Javier Martial Arts – City of Winters Recreation Department – 530-795-4910; De Barrios Yoga – Stacey de Barrios – 305 First St., Winters – 530-795-2931; Senior Yoga – City of Winters Recreation Department – 530-795-4910, City of Winters.

 Regional Food/Wine 

  1. Our award winning local winery tasting and tours are available at  Berryessa Gap Winery - 15 Main Street, Winters –– 530-795-3201 –  Berryessa Gap Winery.

Downtown Winters

  1. Right in the center of town take a walk across the newly rebuilt Trestle Bridge – Railroad Street at Russell Street – Winters.
  2. Pick up a Historic Winters Main Street Walking Tour pamphlet to experience the flavor of Winters as it was in times past.  Also find the Historic Homes of Winters Tour map and set out to view special homes - some built over 100 years ago.  These are both available at the Winters Chamber of Commerce - 201 Railroad Ave., Winters – 530-795-2329  - Winters Chamber of Commerce.
  3. Arrange a Carriage Tour of downtown through the Buzzards Roost Ranch, or pick up a ride in front of the Buckhorn Restaurant at the corner of Railroad and Main – 530-795-4084 – Buzzards Roost Ranch.

Regional Places to Stay 

  1. The charming and authentic Abbey House Inn Bed & Breakfast is the favorite of all visitors to Winters at 101 Abbey St., Winters – 530-795-5870 – Abbey House Inn; Courtyard by Marriott is in nearby Vacaville at 120 Nut Tree Pkwy., Vacaville, CA – 707-451-9000 – Courtyard by Marriott.  There is also overnight RV parking available in the parking lot in front of Lorenzo’s Town and Country Market adjacent to Berryessa Sporting Goods at 121 E. Grant Avenue (Highway 128).  For more information please call 530-795-1278.

Regional Meeting Places & Catering 

  1. The Winters Community Center is available for your next event – wedding, meeting, conference at 201 Railroad Ave., Winters contact the City of Winters for reservation information - 530-795-4910 – City of Winters.
  2. The Buckhorn Steak & Roadhouse is The Place to hold your next dinner party or family reunion at 2 Main St., Winters – 530-795-4503 – Buckhorn Steak and Roadhouse.  Also at the Buckhorn enjoy an elegant dinner experience for larger gatherings in the new private DeVilbiss Dining Room.
  3. There are many options for catering for your special event right in Winters.  Some great choices are:  Buckhorn Catering – 111 Main St., Winters – 530-795-1722 – Buckhorn Steak and Roadhouse; Cody’s Deli and Catering – 314 Railroad Ave., Winters – 530-795-2283; Tomat’s California Cuisine – 1123 W. Grant Ave., Winters – 530-795-3404.

Regional Places to Eat 

  1. Our Winters downtown offers many superb choices for that unique lunch or dinner.  These are:  Buckhorn Steak & Roadhouse – 2 Main St., Winters – 530-795-4503 – Buckhorn Steak and Roadhouse; Tomat’s California Cuisine – 1123 W. Grant Ave., Winters – 530-795-3404, Chuy’s Taqueria – 208 Railroad Ave., Winters – 530-795-9811; Monticello Bistro – 5 E. Main St., Winters – 530-792-8066 – Monticello Bistro; Cody’s Deli – 314 Railroad Ave., Winters – 530-795-2283, Putah Creek Café – 1 Main St., Winters – 530-795-2682 –Putah Creek Cafe; Steady Eddy’s Coffee House – 5 E. Main St., Winters – 530-795-3588,  Winters Pizza Factory – 108 Main St,, Winters – 530-795-9500, Round Table Pizza – 196 E. Grant St., Winters – 530-795-1500, Lester Farms Bakery – 606 Railroad Ave., Winters – 530-795-1474; Ficelle – 5 E. Main St., Winters – 530-795-9593; Kountry Kitchen – 11 W. Grant Ave., Winters – 530-795-2833; Ocean Restaurant – 104 Main St., Winters – 530-795-4336; El Pueblo Meat Market & Deli – 43 Main St., Winters – 530-795-3450; Subway of Winters – 180 E. Grant Ave., Winters – 530-795-9900.  

Regional Recreation/Outdoor Activities 

  1. Right in the center of Winters is the Putah Creek Walk and Nature Trail.  The entrance is on Putah Creek Road just east of Railroad
  2. Bring your racket for local tennis playing at the Winters Tennis Courts – Grant Street at Hemenway – Winters
  3. In nearby Vacaville be sure to visit the Nut Tree Family Park – a family oriented amusement park which has been rebuilt to exceed the original Northern California favorite destination of years past.  It is off Highway 80 – 1681 E. Monte Vista Ave., Vacaville, CA – 707-448-6411 – Nut Tree Family Park.
  4. See Winters and Yolo county from the air with a balloon ride with Napa Valley Balloons – PO Box 2860, Yountville, CA – 800-253-2224 – 707-944-0228 – Napa Valley Balloons.

Lake Berryessa area . . .

Agriculture/Farm tours - Lake Berryessa Area

  1. Our agricultural background is visible in many farm tours.   Visit the Farm on Putah Creek for a rural learning experience at 5265 Putah Creek Rd., Winters – 530-795-9569 – Land-Based Learning.

Places to Stay - Lake Berryessa Area

  1. If you venture out in your recreational vehicle stop at Canyon Creek Resort RV Park – 22074 State Highway 128, Winters – 530-795-4133 – Vista Resorts

 Recreation/Outdoor Activities - Lake Berryessa Area

  1. The very best fly fishing guide in the Putah Creek area is:  Greg Bonovich, Bono’s Putah Creek Fly Fishing Guide Service – 800-480-5285 – Putah Creek Fly Fishing; Fishing licenses and tackle are available at Berryessa Sporting Goods – 115 E. Grant Ave. – 530-795-1278.
  2. Beautiful Lake Berryessa offers boating, fishing, wildlife viewing, swimming, camping, houseboat rentals, biking and picnicking.  Markely Cove Resort -  7251 Hwy 128, Lake Berryessa, CA  707-966-2134;  Pleasure Cove Marina – off Highway 128 at Wragg Canyon Road – 1-800-255-5561 – Pleasure Cove Marina; Spanish Flat Resort – 4290 Knoxville Rd., Napa, CA – 707-966-7700 – Spanish Flat Resort;  Lake Berryessa Marina Resort – 5800 Knoxville Rd., Napa, CA – 707-966-2161 Lake Berryessa Marina Resort.
  3. Enjoy a spectacular view of Monticello Dam and see the famous Glory Hole – 9 miles west of Winters on Hwy 128 – Monticello Dam.
  4. A special day of outdoor hiking can be had at Stebbins Cold Canyon Reserve – 6 miles west of Winters – Stebbins Cold Canyon Reserve

Putah Creek/Upper Putah Creek

Places to Stay - Putah Creek/Upper Putah Creek

  1. For an unusual rustic and relaxing stay contact the Buzzards Roost Ranch – 8290A Pleasants Valley Rd., Winters – 530-795-4084- Buzzards Roost Ranch.

Meeting Places & Catering - Putah Creek/Upper Putah Creek

  1. Visit the Farm on Putah Creek for a rural spot for your meeting or event. At 5265 Putah Creek Rd., Winters – 530-795-9569 – Land-Based Learning.

Food/Wine - Putah Creek/Upper Putah Creek

  1. Experience a back to basics idea with the Slow Food movement.  Please call Slow Food Yolo – Georgeanne Brennan – Slow Food Yolo.

Recreation/Outdoor Activities - Putah Creek/Upper Putah Creek

  1. Bring the family to Lake Solano as it has everything for a fun trip - camping, fishing, paddleboat rental and canoe rental.   Lake Solano Regional Park:  8685 Pleasants Valley Rd, Winters – 530-795-2990 – Lake Solano Regional Park. Fishing licenses and tackle are available at Berryessa Sporting Goods – 115 E. Grant Ave. – 530-795-1278.
  2. The very best fly fishing guide in the Putah Creek area is:  Greg Bonovich, Bono’s Putah Creek Fly Fishing Guide Service – 800-480-5285 – Putah Creek Fly Fishing
  3. A special day of outdoor hiking can be had at Stebbins Cold Canyon Reserve – 6 miles west of Winters – Stebbins Cold Canyon Reserve.

Capay Valley

 Agriculture/Farm tours - Capay Valley

  1. Our agricultural background is visible in many farm tours  Full Belly Farm – Guinda, CA – 530-796-2214 – Full Belly Farm.
  2. In nearby Esparto take a rare tour of a working Llama Ranch tours – Esparto – West Valley Alpacas – 19190 Road 87B, Esparto, CA – 530-662-8630 – West Valley Alpacas.
  3. Also in Esparto on the first Saturday of the month is the Farmers Market held from April to December on Main Street Esparto, CA – 530-787-3319 – Capay Valley Farmers Market.

Food/Wine  - Capay Valley

  1. RH Phillips – 26386 County Road 12A, Esparto, CA – 530-662-3215 – R.H. Phillips Winery.

Casino - Capay Valley

  1. Just up the road from Winters is the Cache Creek Casino with gaming, shows, lodging and a spa.  Cache Creek Casino – 14455 Highway 16, Brooks, CA – 1-888-77-CACHE, Cache Creek Casino Resort.

Recreation/Outdoor Activities - Capay Valley

  1. Have a really fun day of rafting on nearby beautiful Cache Creek.  Contact Whitewater Adventures – 1-800-977-4837 – Whitewater Adventures; Cache Canyon River Trips – 1-800-796-3091, Rumsey, CA Cache Canyon Whitewater River Trips.
  2. Bring your binoculars for the wildlife viewing at Cache Creek Nature Preserve – 34199 County Road 20 - north of Winters west of Woodland – 530-661-1070 – Cache Creek Nature Preserve.

Yolo County

Food/Wine - Yolo County

  1. Experience a back to basics idea with the Slow Food movement.  Please call Slow Food Yolo – Georgeanne Brennan – Slow Food Yolo.
  2. Olive oil tasting is available at Hillstone Olive Oil - Yolo, CA – 530-661-3750 – Hillstone Olive Oil.

Recreation/Outdoor Activities - Yolo County

  1. Right in the center of Winters is the Putah Creek Walk and Nature Trail.  The entrance is on Putah Creek Road just east of Railroad.
  2. See Winters and Yolo county from the air with a balloon ride with Napa Valley Balloons – PO Box 2860, Yountville, CA – 800-253-2224 – 707-944-0228 – Napa Valley Balloons.