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Toluma Farms

Petaluma, CA

Welcome to Toluma Farms

Luxury and culinary delights (along with 100+ awwdorable goats and sheep) await at Toluma Farms & Tomales Farmstead Creamery, a working 160-acre organic dairy and creamery. Whether you want to roll up your sleeves and help milk the herd or sit back, hike the scenic hillsides, or relax in one of the farm house porch rocking chairs, you’ll enjoy the perfect mix of sunsets and sand (we’re only a short drive from some of the best beaches in Northern California!).

Hurry Up & Relax

What could be more relaxing than a quiet morning in the barn listening to the rustling of sleepy sheep and goats, an afternoon nap in a rocking chair, or BYOW (Bring Your Own Wine) bedtime restorative yoga? Well, we can’t think of anything either.

Why We Love It Here

Two words: baby goats. As if the tiny hooves and miniature billy-goat beards weren’t enough to make our hearts go pitter-patter, the stunning countryside surrounding this working organic dairy farm certainly would be. We’ll stay in the luxury-meets-rustic-chic farm house, complete with a hot tub, wrap-around porch, and family-style dining room.

Toluma Farms is located in the California Coastal Zone of Northwest Marin County along scenic Highway One, only three miles from Dillon Beach and ten miles from the Point Reyes National Seashore. Taking excellent care of the animals and land goes hand-in-hand at the farm, and they are the first and only goat dairy in Marin County that’s certified Organic, Animal Welfare Approved, and Certified Humane.

Not only can you soak up all the R&R you desire, you’ll get a behind-the-scenes tour and explanation of the milking parlor, visit with the animals in the barn and/or pastures, hike up to the pastures to learn about the organic pasture management system, peek into the creamery to learn how they make their delicious cheese…and, of course, enjoy a cheese tasting finale.

The team remains true to their “life on the farm” philosophy by using farm-fresh ingredients and supporting organic farming and sustainable practices whenever possible. So help yourself to fresh eggs and cheese from the farmhouse fridge and fresh veggies and herbs from the garden — a foodie’s dream!