Dog-friendly Indigeny Reserve

Indigeny Reserve

14679 Summers Ln.
Sonora, California 95370
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Local Phone: (209) 533-9463

Drive along a secluded tree-lined road, over the covered bridge, and immerse yourself in Indigeny Reserve™. This ciderworks and distillery are on a verdant 160-acre, eco-friendly preserve in Sonora, California.

Visit the hard cider and brandy tasting bar, and enjoy the delicious flavor profiles. Tour the authentic double copper-pot distillery, learn about apple fermentation, and watch the seasonal crush. Indigeny will be open year-round, offering shaded picnic areas, orchard tours, selfguided walking trails, and special events. Well behaved ogs on leash are welcome.

To find Indigeny Reserve, travel to Greenley Road in Sonora, California. Take the road all the way to the end and turn right at Lyons Bald Mountain Road and travel 3.7 miles. Turn right onto Apple Hill Road and left on Summers Lane. Cross the covered bridge and you are there.
 

Dog Access:

  • Dogs allowed in tasting room
  • Dogs allowed in picnic area or patio

Dog-friendly amenities:

  • On-leash hiking trails

Murphy at Indigeny Reserve. Photo Credit: Nikki Coleman
Murphy at Indigeny Reserve. Photo Credit: Nikki Coleman
Like other parts of Gold Country, Tuolumne County is rich in history, rugged scenery and recreational opportunities. You can get some of both and soak up some local color too at First Friday Jamestown Art Walk-Wine-Dine & Music events, continuing through October, or 2nd Saturday Art Nights held year-round in historic downtown Sonora. Either town makes a great base for jumping off into a weekend of hiking, history and off-the-beaten path exploring. more »
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