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Oakmont is a 55+ community located in Sonoma County and features three pools, three recreation centers, two 18 hole golf courses, over 3300 homes and approximately 5500 residents. miles of hiking trails, over 100 clubs and organizations and much more!

Oakmont is located in the heart of the Valley of the Moon Sonoma County, approximately one hour from San Francisco and forty minutes from the Pacific Ocean. It sits half way between Santa Rosa and Sonoma on the Scenic Hwy 12.

Residents at Oakmont enjoy many popular activities: bridge, tennis, lawn bowling, golfing, cultural, social, fitness with active clubs and organizations for every hobby and interest. Oakmont Village is a Premier Retirement Community in Northern California. Living in our moderate climate, you will enjoy an active, healthful lifestyle year- round.

Two beautiful and challenging eighteen hole golf courses are the centerpieces of Oakmont Village , a premier Retirement Community in Northern California. The climate is perfect for golfing. Both golf courses feature undulating greens, natural hazards including creeks and ponds, hundreds of mature trees and superb views of the mountains in nearby state parks.

When playing golf at Oakmont, choose either the challenging 72 par 6,000-yard West Course, or what is considered to be Northern California's finest executive-style course, the par 63 4,300-yard East Course. In addition to a driving range and practice putting greens, there are two pro shops, a newly remodel bar and restaurant open to the public and a clubhouse for member functions.

The West Golf Course. The West Course is a layout of 6,059 yards from the white tees, with a Northern California Golf Association white tees course rating for men of 69.6 and a 120 Slope rating.

The East Golf Course. The shorter East Course (no par fives) measures 4,293 yards from the white tees and has a NCGA white tees course rating for men of 59.8 and a 94 Slope. Despite its shorter length, many golfers consider the East course to be equally as challenging as the West.

Oakmont Golf Club. The courses are owned and operated by the Oakmont Golf Club ("OGC"), a for-profit organization made up entirely of Oakmont residents. The Club is dedicated to offering fine golf at affordable rates and to the constant improvement of its courses and properties.

Swimming Pools - Each of our three large recreation centers has a heated pool and spa. You can choose a pool for diving, laps, or water aerobics -- or you can "just swim." For those so inclined, the Swim Club adds a social dimension.

Tennis Courts - The terms "active" and "social" also describe the tennis club.

Outdoor Activities - While a membership of over 300 players assures scheduled and tournament play at all skill levels, being a member is not required of residents for informal play at any of the EIGHT COURTS.

Lawn Bowling - A newly rebuilt lawn bowling green now gives our internationally recognized lawn bowlers a facility to match their skills. Oakmont was selected to host the North American Challenge Lawn Bowls Tournament in September of 1998. This was an international recognition for which we are proud. Beginning and intermediate players are most welcome in the club and are sure to enjoy the camaraderie.

Bridge - Oakmont also offers: Bocce Ball, Shuffleboard and Petanque as choices for court games. Bridge is a very popular game.

Fitness Center - A remodeled and enhanced Fitness Center now offers a wide range of exercise machines and has become a popular place to enjoy the views while you strengthen and improve your body.

Computer Center - The new Computer Center provides training for both the pc and mac platforms. They also have "walk in" times when you can practice or consult the volunteers available to help. Since it opened in mid-1998, the Computer Center has been well received and a big success.

Oakmont Visual Aids Workshop - Oakmont is an active adult community. Living in our moderate climate you will enjoy an active, healthful lifestyle year-round. There are many opportunities for charitable work, particularly the Oakmont Visual Aids group. The Oakmont Visual Aids Workshop is unique to the Oakmont Adult Community. It was founded in 1971 by a retired teacher and ten Oakmont friends. From their first year, when 18 visual aid books were carefully made for local schools, they now have over 100 volunteers that meet regularly. The group is responsible for over 80,000 Tactile Aids, lovingly made by hand and sent worldwide, free of charge, to professionals teaching visually and mentally impaired children. Donations support this incredible effort. They may be contacted through the Oakmont website, e-mail address, postal or telephone.



Concord is 30 miles east of San Francisco, the area was first inhabited by the Bay Miwok Indians and explored by the Spanish in the late 18th century. Concord was established on the initiative of Salvio Pacheco in 1868 under the name Todos Santos, the city was renamed for Concord, Massachusetts, in 1869.

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The Dixon city was incorporated in the year 1878 and is today the hub for miles of grain alfalfa and dairy farming. Dixon also has a long history in the sheep industry and today hosts an annual sheep festival known as Lamb Town. Dixon also hosts the May Fair, which is the oldest state fair in California.

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Fairfield is the county seat of Solano County, California

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Thousands of years ago, this beautiful, lush area we call Healdsburg was home to the Pomo Indians. These early residents built their villages in the open, fertile valleys along the Russian River. Occasional visits of European sailing vessels on the California Coast from the 1500’s to early 1800’s had little impact on our area.

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Hidden Valley Lake

Hidden Valley Lake, CA, (HVL) was originated and developed by the USA Land Corp. from the late 1960s until 1972. During that time, a dam was constructed across Coyote Creek creating the 102 acre "Hidden Valley Lake." Also during that time several buildings were constructed - clubhouse, cart barn, tennis courts and campground - and the 18-Hole "Billy Bell" golf course was installed. Its original design was as a vacation/recreation retreat. From 1970-72, the Equestrian Center and Country Club (later, Community Center) were built. 3310 lots were laid out for homes. Another 695 larger lots were also laid out in a nearby area called "The Ranchos." In 1972, USA Land Corp. was bought by Boise Cascade. BC offered model vacation homes, regular homes and vacation rentals. BC promoted the leisure-time and recreational activities available at HVL throughout the Western USA.

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Lakeport was first settled by Native Americans several thousand years ago. At the coming of the settlers, the Kabe-napos, a subtribe of the Pomo people, lived here within their main village. The village name was Kaci-Badon, after the water lily plant Kaci and badon which was the native name for island.

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Lower Lake

Lower Lake

Lower Lake was founded by E. Mitchell in 1858 as Grantville. He built the first house there. The settlement's first post office was opened in 1858.

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Petaluma is easy to find, straight up Highway 101, 32 miles north of San Francisco. It is the portal to Sonoma County, making Petaluma an ideal base for excursions to the Wine Country, the dramatic Sonoma Coast, and the majestic redwood groves.

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Rio Vista

Rio Vista

Rio Vista, the “Heart of the Delta” was established in 1858 along the scenic Sacramento River.  The Delta region is one of the most productive farming regions of the United States. 

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Rohnert Park

Rohnert Park is one of the first planned communities in the United States. The city was designed with families in mind, with the focus being on children. Each Rohnert Park neighborhood was designed around a city park and elementary school, and the tree-lined streets are connected by bikeways and walkways. The city is also home to Sonoma State University, which offers 9 credential programs and eight undergraduate and graduate certificate programs. Although the original designer's focus was children, the needs of seniors were not left out.

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Santa Rosa

Santa Rosa

Santa Rosa was settled by Missouri farmers and frontiersmen and stood as a stronghold for the Confederacy in a Yankee county during the Civil War. The center of a farming area, Santa Rosa grew to 50,000 people by 1970 and then, bolstered by well-to-do commuters and retirees, doubled in size in less than 20 years.

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Sebastopol serves as the hub of Western Sonoma County Wine Country. Sebastopol is the gateway to the breathtaking Sonoma Coastline and Russian River Redwood Corridor.

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The city of Sonoma is the birthplace of the California wine industry. Sonoma Valley’s quaint towns glow with as much character as the local wines. Sonoma is a historically significant city in California; its historic town plaza is a remnant of the town’s Mexican colonial past. Today, Sonoma is the home of the Sonoma International Film Festival.

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Vacaville is a charming city in Northern California's Solano County, considered to be part of both the San Francisco Bay Area and the Sacramento Valley. It is best known as the home of the Nut Tree Airport, which showcases historic aircraft from the 20th century, and the Vacaville Premium Outlets retail center

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Windsor, Sonoma County’s newest town is located in the heart of Sonoma County and is the “GATEWAY TO THE WINE COUNTRY”. Located less than one hour from the San Francisco Bay Area and minutes from the Pacific Ocean, Redwood Forest, health resorts, the Russian River and world-class wineries, Windsor offers a rural atmosphere with city conveniences.?Currently, Windsor is Sonoma County’s fastest-growing town.

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