North Sonoma Mountain Regional Park & Open Space Preserve
Visit North Sonoma Mountain Regional Park & Open Space Preserve
In 2005, Regional Parks joined together with several public agency partners to realize the vision of a trail connection between Jack London State Historic Park and a new trailhead on the north slope of Sonoma Mountain. Through a series of land acquisitions and easements, the properties were assembled together as the basis of a new park. Construction of a new 4.5-mile multi-use trail and trailhead parking area was completed in the summer of 2012.
Four Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation & Open Space District properties were transferred to Regional Parks in the summer of 2014. These four properties are being combined with a parcel owned by Regional Parks to create the North Sonoma Mountain Regional Park and Open Space Preserve.
Through a combination of land acquisition, property development, and infrastructure improvements, Sonoma County Regional Parks has collaborated with multiple agencies to bring the park to reality:
- Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District
- California State Coastal Conservancy
- California Department of Parks and Recreation
- Bay Area Ridge Trail Council
The existing vehicle bridge on the park entry road has been replaced and the park opened to the public February 14, 2015.
Questions or Comments?
Contact Project Manager:
Call: (707) 565-1359
Email: Karen Davis-Brown
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