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Winters is in Yolo County in the Sacramento Valley of California.

Get in[edit]

Winters is on highway 128, off of Interstate 505.

Get around[edit]


  • Trestle Train Bridgebehind the Winters Community Center (201 Railroad Avenue). Built in 1906 to replace the aging rail and wagon bridge preceding it, this historic train bridge crosses Putah Creek.


  • Wine tasting
  • Stebbins Cold Canyon Reserve. Hiking at Stebbins Cold Canyon Reserve, a reserve run by UC Davis. 15 minutes west of Winters.


  • Spin a Yarn shop14 Main Street. Yarn, gift and furniture store. Next to the Buckhorn Steakhouse.


  • Buckhorn Steakhouse2 Main Street +1 530 795-4503. Located in the building of the old De Vilbiss Hotel, this steakhouse is famous for its beef, lamb, and fish.
  • Putah Creek Cafe (Across the street from Buckhorn Steakhouse). Home-style cafe, famed for breakfast and lunch. Now serving dinner as well.


  • The Depot202 Railroad Avenue. Bar and lounge.
  • Barryessa Brewing Company27260 Hwy 128, Winters, CA 95697. Craft brewery with a taproom, seating, and food trucks.



Go next[edit]

Routes through Winters
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