The park opens at 7:00 a.m. and closes at sunset.
$7 per vehicle for day use. $1 per
person (vehicles with 10 or more people)
Permitted on leash no longer than 6' in
length. License required.
No swimming, boating or wading is allowed in any of the three
wheelchair accessible trails. ADA entrance gate to accessible parking and
picnic area. Card-activated electronic gate with road to disabled parking lot.
Disabled accessible trail from lot to Pond C. Access cards for electronic gate
issued at no cost to park users with disabilities by visiting Regional Parks
main office at 2300 County Center Drive, 120A, in Santa Rosa. Bring DMV
placard, disabled ID and photo ID. Call (707) 565-2041 for
Foothill Regional Park consists of 211 acres. There are three
small lakes on the property, which can be used for fishing. Bass and bluegill
are usually caught in the ponds. The park offers outstanding vistas and a
unique outdoor experience within easy access from Windsor.
The park is
made up of natural, multi-use trails for hiking, bicycling, and horseback
riding. Restroom and drinking water are only available at the parking lot trail
head.No drinking water is available on the trails.
Regional Park encompasses 6.8 miles of trails through 211 acres of former
ranchland. Foothill offers varied terrain from the challenging climb up Alta
Vista Trail from Pond C, to a gentle stroll along gravel surfaced Three Lakes
Trail which is moderately accessible for wheelchairs. Excellent views of the
Windsor area can be had from several lookouts off of Westwood and Oakwood
Trails. Picnic tables and benches can be found throughout the park. Foothill is
popular with equestrians, and the majority of the trails in the park are
available for riding. The following trails are dedicated to hiking only: Bobcat
Trail, Pond A Loop, Pond B Loop, Pond C Trail, and the Ravine