Relax in Wooded Beauty
Beautiful Glen Ellen, best known for Jack London State Historic Park, the site of the home where Jack London, author of “Call of the Wild”, spent the last years of his life. Glen Ellen is tucked into the narrow canyon between Sonoma Mountain and the Mayacamas Mountain range in Southern Sonoma County. This quiet village is home to a few culinary gems and quaint shops, as well as boutique hotels and inns. Just 20 minutes north of Sonoma, Glen Ellen is a serene destination for those seeking to relax in the wooded beauty of the Sonoma Valley.
Glen Ellen is known for its rustic and natural beauty. The Sonoma and Calabasas creeks meander through the tiny downtown area and the wilderness of nearby Sonoma Valley Regional Park, Bouverie Wildflower Preserve, and Jack London State Historic Park which covers 1400 beautiful acres and includes historic buildings, orchards, a lake, and a 19th-century winery.