Ukiah Municipal Airport (KUKI). 4,415-foot runway, 150-foot width, asphalt; lighted. Located one mile south of Downtown Ukiah. Call (707) 467-2817 for more information.
Sonoma County Airport (STS) is just 55 miles south and 1 hour driving to Ukiah.
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is approximately 127 miles south and 2.5 hours driving to Ukiah.
Sacramento International Airport (SMF) is approximately 138 miles southeast and 2.5 hours driving to Ukiah.
From San Francisco: US 101 North; Exit 549 Perkins St/Vichy Springs Rd; Turn left for Downtown Ukiah.
From Sacramento: I-5 North toward Woodland; Take CA-20 exit 578 toward Clear Lake/Colusa; US 101 South toward Ukiah; Exit 549 Perkins St/Vichy Springs Rd; Turn left for Downtown Ukiah.
From Medford: I-5 South toward Ashland; Take CA-20 exit 578 toward Colusa/Clear Lake; US 101 South toward Ukiah; Exit 549 Perkins St/Vichy Springs Rd; Turn left for Downtown Ukiah.
From Los Angeles: I-5 North toward Sacramento; Take I-580 West toward Tracy/San Francisco; Then US 101 North; Exit 549 Perkins St/Vichy Springs Rd; Turn left for Downtown Ukiah.
Leave the driving to someone else and visit Ukiah on Greyhound. For service schedules, tickets and more, go to greyhound.com or call (800) 231-2222. Mendocino Transit Authority (MTA) is a public bus system that serves Ukiah, the Mendocino Valley and coastal regions of Mendocino County. For schedules, fares and other information, go to mendocinotransit.org or call (707) 462-1422.
Mendocino Transit Authority (MTA) operates shuttle service to Ukiah from Sonoma County Airport (STS) in Santa Rosa. Several hotels in Ukiah also can arrange shuttle services or referrals to their guests with advance notification. Please contact your hotel directly for local transportation availability.
Situated in the heart of historic Downtown Ukiah, the Ukiah Visitor Center has ample free parking, friendly and helpful staff and the information visitors need to make the most of their stay. Find out where to eat, stay, shop and be entertained. From five-star selections to charming under-the-stars alternatives – the Center’s staff can help guide visitors toward their preferences and areas of interest. The Ukiah Visitor Center is staffed from 10 to 5, Monday through Friday, and Saturdays from 11 to 3.
Downtown Ukiah has a variety of parking spaces offering customers short and long-term affordable parking.
Customer Parking – All non-permit public parking on State, Main and School Streets is FREE, but there are time-restricted zones.Electric Vehicle Charging – A public electric vehicle-charging station is located in parking lot A. Cars that are not charging are not allowed to park in those spaces. A Tesla Charging Station is located in the large parking lot near School and Clay Streets.
Weekend Parking – On weekends, unrestricted (no time limit) parking is available throughout the downtown.
For a detailed parking map of Downtown Ukiah, please click here.
Time and time again, you’ll ask someone who has relocated to Ukiah why they decided to move here, and you’ll hear the response, “the weather.” Many visitors cannot believe how many completely beautiful days Ukiah enjoys year round. We bask in 300 days of sunshine, blessed with a mild, dry climate and four distinctly beautiful seasons. Very low humidity means that even when temperatures rise, summer is always comfortable, and our sunny winters are comparatively mild. We hope your experience in Ukiah is nothing short of ideal, and odds are that you will get a clear sunny day and perfect weather.
Ukiah loves animals. Bring your best friend and you’re sure to find hotels, restaurants, and activities to keep Fido’s tail wagging. Walkable Downtown Ukiah has numerous four-legged play areas and convenience stations. For some exercise and fresh air, visit the dog park at Low Gap Park, which has drinking fountains and separate areas for large dogs and small or shy dogs.
The Ukiah Valley is known for its natural splendor and year-round events. Ukiah offers many options for families including beautiful parks, nature trails and festivals.