Kelseyville and Environs
Kelseyville’s charming and historic Main Street is full of adventure. Three tasting rooms and a fourth just a short drive down the road, a bakery, music store, coffee house and deli, restaurant exhibiting local art, two flower shops, bead and quilting shops are just a few popular stop-offs along sidewalks lined with flowering pear trees, historic streetlamps, and cozy benches. And this is only one small portion of vast Kelseyville, known as the “pear capital of the world.”
Nearby Finley is a small country town housing most of the local pear-packing sheds, a charming market/deli, agricultural store, grange, and Angel’s Rock House, a bustling Mexican food restaurant.
Clear Lake State Park on Soda Bay Road features a marina, swim beach, fishing pier, lakeside camping, hiking trails, and an interpretive visitors center/museum and shop.
The three Rivieras – Riviera Heights, Riviera West, and Clearlake Riviera – dot the hills along the shoreline of Clear Lake at the base of Mt. Konocti.