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Official Site of Sonoma County Tourism: Visitor information and maps of local attractions.

Sonoma County Wineries Association: Information and maps of all the local winery's with tasting room hours and visitor information.

Press Democrat: Local Newspaper

Welcome to Penngrove

Penngrove’s downtown is "Main Street," a small stretch of road between Old Redwood Highway and Adobe Road. At the corner of Adobe Road, Main Street turns into Petaluma Hill Road—the location of Penngrove School.

Along with the chicken and egg industry, Penngrove proved to be a rich site of basalt paving stones due to the volcanic history of Sonoma Mountain, which were used to pave the streets of major cities in the Bay Area, including San Francisco. After the turn of the century, Penngrove became the "second largest egg and poultry producing area in the country. Only Petaluma outdid this area" (Harris 1980). Apparently, and according to The San Francisco Examiner, chickens paid better than gold mines. To this day, many dilapidated chicken houses dot old farms and country roads in the area.

Today Penngrove is a small country town with a great lifestyle.

Cafe & Coffee
10101 Main St.

California Cuisine
Humble Pie
10045 Main St

Burgers & Dogs
10060 Main St
Caprara's Pizzera
10101 Main St.





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