The park opens at sunrise and closes at sunset.
$7 per vehicle for day use.
Permitted on leash no longer than 6' in length. License required.
Gravel, wheelchair-accessible trails.
No fires or barbeques allowed. No drinking water available in park.
Crane Creek Regional Park features rolling grasslands and beautiful stands of oaks on 128 acres east of Rohnert Park. Ridges offer sweeping views of the countryside and Rohnert
Park, and meadows are covered with wild poppies in spring. The park has 3.5 miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding and an 18-hole disc golf course. Crane Creek flows through the middle of the park and is lined with willow, alder, buckeye and bay trees.
There are picnic tables and restrooms at the parking lot trail head, and picnic tables also are located throughout the park. There is no drinking fountain at this park.
Crane Creek Regional Park Trails
Length:3.51 miles of trail
Crane Creek offers 3.51 miles of
trail through meadows and oak woodlands. The trails cover rolling terrain,
with the easiest trails running parallel to Crane Creek beneath mature oaks.
For a little bit more exertion, the Fiddleneck and Hawk Ridge trails offer
excellent views from the top of the hill.
The Fiddleneck, Buckeye, and
Northern Loop trails are suitable for equestrians, hikers, and bikers. Many
equestrians enjoy riding the seasonal firebreak that follows the south
western boundary of the park. The remaining trails are suitable for hiking
The Creek and Lupine trails are wheelchair accessible with a
compacted gravel surface.