Located in the heart of wine country, Cloverdale is the type of town that welcomes parties, weddings and groups of all sizes. The town is at the northern entrance of the Sonoma wine country of California, which makes it a good choice for those who want to avoid some of the more crowded parts of Sonoma County. Instead of staying in a cramped hotel room that might not fit your group or offer the privacy that you want, you can choose a spacious Cloverdale timeshare. These units also put you just 90 minutes away from Golden Gate Park and all the other attractions in San Francisco.
The cool climate in and around your Cloverdale timeshare makes it one of the best regions in the nation for vineyards. While temperatures can get a little chilly in the late fall and through winter, the temperature begins rising near the end of February and keeps going up through the summer. You will want to bring a jacket because Cloverdale can get cold at night. Many visitors also find it helpful to bring umbrellas and other rain gear because the skies can suddenly open when they're away from their timeshare units.
Things to Do
A Cloverdale timeshare puts you close to the heart of the city and the county. You can head to the town plaza for Friday Night Live, which features live bands and other entertainment every Friday night. The Cloverdale Arts Alliance puts on these events and also hosts other special shows and performances all year. Depending on when your visit occurs, you may want to check out the Cloverdale Old Time Fiddle Festival or the Cloverdale Car and Motorcycle Show. Many visitors also enjoy the Cloverdale Circus Fair and Parade and the Asti Tour de Vine, which is one of California's most popular bike races. There are some great vineyards that offer tasting events too, including Blue Rock Vineyard, Eric Kent Wine Cellars and Kelly & Young Wines at the Library. As long as you have a Cloverdale timeshare, you can sample wines after a day of sightseeing.