Preserving, Participating & promoting Petaluma...
and the surrounding area is a real life mission of Creamery owner, Larry Peter.
Please visit these additional area holdings and immerse yourself in local flavor and historic offerings.
Book your company party in our upstairs ballroom, stop in for lunch, or get an excellent steak dinner with no reservations! Built in 1859, Washoe House is a rare surviving roadhouse built before the completion of the transcontinental railroad. Back then, the stagecoach stop provided a welcome respite for miners and settlers. Today it offers delicious lunches and dinners along with your favorite beverages. Stop by and write yourself into history. For more information click here.
SPRING HILL ESTATE
Plan your wedding, anniversary, or corporate event with us at the Spring Hill Estate. Located a mile from the bay shores of Dillion Beach and Tomales Bay. Enjoy the privacy and serenity of the 300 acre estate featuring a Victorian style manor house and two additional homes that can sleep up to 30 overnight guests. Host your main event in our converted barn decorated with five chandeliers and our "wheels from from the past" parked in rafters of the 30 foot high, open beam ceiling. The property is home to a portion of the organic Spring Hill dairy herd and offers expansive vistas of Mt. St. Helena, and hikes along Walker Creek. For more information click here.
The Tomales Bakery serves up local flavor in a space where bicyclist motorcyclists, ranchers, fishermen, residents and tourists bond over simple pleasures. Sink into the sweet smell of freshly baked cinnamon rolls. Surrender to the first bite of a fresh from the oven Gorgonzola Cheddar twist. The Bakery offers seasonal goodies made in-house in small batches with a side of local character that makes the patio an irresistible community gathering spot. For more information click here.
PETER PUMPKIN PATCH
The Peter Pumpkin Patch is a popular destination for harvest time school field trips. We invite teachers to educate their students at our working dairy and farm. A visit to the Peter Pumpkin Patch encourages appreciation of our county's agricultural heritage. A field trip includes a tour of the farm, a pumpkin, hay maze, digging for potatoes (keeping up to five), cow milking, access to the corn pit, a hay ride, cheese tasting, and a scoop of homemade ice cream for each student. It's an educational, memorable experience for all! For more information click here.