Tri-Valley: Eat, Drink & Chill After the Hike

Tri-Valley: Eat, Drink & Chill After the Hike

Big White House Winery <br/> Photo Credit: @jessmoseley
Big White House Winery
Photo Credit: @jessmoseley

If you plan to put on your hiking shoes and head out to enjoy the East Bay Regional Parks mentioned in this issue, we have just the place to refresh, relax and renew after the hike – the Tri-Valley region of California! Just a little over 30 miles from San Francisco on the sunny side of the bay, this area encompasses three valleys and four cities where dog-friendly hotels, restaurants, wineries and craft breweries and tap rooms abound.

Among the oldest of California wine regions, Tri-Valley area is home to three dozen dog-friendly wineries. The region’s boutique labels are produced in small lots and not widely known, which makes it all the more fun to discover something new. The verdant Livermore Valley, cradled in rolling hills, is the largest overall producer. Check out the Livermore Valley Wine Trail.

While the Tri-Valley region is best known for its wines, craft breweries are drawing an ever-increasing share of visitors. Some 14 dog-friendly breweries, tap rooms and beer-centric restaurants are represented on the Tri-Valley Craft Beer Trail. Many are conveniently situated just off Interstates 680 and 580, in or near the cities of Pleasanton, Dublin and Danville.

Want to stay a night, or three, to enjoy all the hiking, dining, wineries and craft beer the region has to offer? Tri-Valley has two dozen dog-friendly lodging options, offering a range of pricing and amenities to fit your lifestyle and budget.

Photo Credit: @jessmoseley

Posted on: July 12, 2017

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