Historic Site sights in Sonoma Valley
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Up Hwy 12, obey the call of the wild at Jack London State Historic Park, where adventure-novelist Jack London moved in 1910 to build his dream house – which burned on the eve of completion in 1913. His widow built the house that now stands as a museum to London. Miles of hiking trails (some open to mountain bikes) weave through 1400 hilltop acres; an easy 2-mile loop meanders to a lake, great for picnicking.