Bang in between the cities of Santa Rosa and Sonoma lies the rustic town of Kenwood. An integral part of the Valley of the Moon, which is the Russian River valley, Kenwood is surrounded by the Bennett Mountains to the west and the Sugarloaf Ridge to the northeast. This town too, like the other communities in the county, is considered a part of the wine country. Thus, Kenwood is popular for its wineries and vineyards, delicious restaurants and European styled resorts. There are also great parks here in Kenwood, such as the Kenwood Plaza Park, the Annadel State Park, Hood Mountain Regional Park and the Sugarloaf Ridge State park. It is certainly a pretty place to spend a day or two to de-stress the mind from the hustles of a sophisticated life!

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