Haverfield Park

Located right off Hwy. 101, Petaluma was originally a farm town that sprang up around the Petaluma River, where steamers loaded up early each morning with eggs and produce destined for San Francisco. Today, this little-known waterway is becoming rediscovered. It is one of the few cities in the Bay Area with access by boat to San Francisco Bay, and hosts kayakers and rowing teams.

Lakeville Hwy. is partially closed as Petaluma's historic downtown is being reconstructed, so these directions may be more helpful than MapQuest.

Petaluma's waterfront has a new future! At the corner of Petaluma Blvd. and D Streets, a new theater district and retail/lofts are going in. Take a stroll over our arched walking bridge across the river's turning basin, and enjoy lunching by the water at the base of Western Avenue & Petaluma Blvd.

Meander up D Street to see the old mansions built during Petaluma's rich glory days as "The Egg Capital of the World," and see where many Hollywood movies were filmed in the Brewster/Oak Hill Historic District, north of Washington St. between Petaluma Blvd. & Howard Street. For even more ideas of what to see and do in Petaluma, just go to www.visitpetaluma.com

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