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.
Paved, wheelchair accessible
trails, accessible playgrounds and picnic areas.
Alcohol not allowed in park without
a group picnic area reservation.
This popular 85-acre park has a variety of outdoor recreational
activities available to each member of the family. Multi-use fields for
soccer, softball and little league are available, as well as tennis and
An ADA accessible children's playground and picnic
facilities are also in the park. The park contains 40 acres of nature trails
that meander through meadows.
Group picnic area is available for groups
of up to 99 people. Picnic tables and larger BBQ's are available at the site.
To reserve the area or for additional information, please phone the park
office at (707) 565-2041.
Macdougald Skateboard Park
inside Maxwell Farms Regional Park, the skateboard park was built using a
Sonoma County Community Partnerships for Youth (CPY) grant, and funds raised
by the community. Numerous donors, public and private, gave cash, materials
and services - including volunteer work to the project. The City of Sonoma
administers the skateboard facility and leases the park land. For further
information regarding the Skateboard Park, contact the City of Sonoma at (707)
938-3681. Don't forget your safety gear; helmets are required! No bicycles
allowed inside the Skate Park.
Valley of the Moon Boys & Girls
Also located inside the park is the Valley of the Moon Boys and
Girls Club. The club is a 23,000 sq. ft. multi-use facility serving children
throughout the Sonoma Valley. Its activities include: sports, computer skills,
tutoring and art. The club opened in January 2000, and can be reached at (707)
The facility was built with a Community Partnerships for Youth
(CPY) grant, and funds raised by the community. The Valley of the Moon Boys
and Girls Club leases the land within the park on which the building stands
and its immediate surrounding grounds.
Maxwell Farms Trails
Length:2.5 miles of trails
Maxwell Farms Regional Park is basically divided into
two distinct areas: the "front country" area containing recreation
infrastructure such as playing fields, picnic facilities, playgrounds, etc. in
contrast to the "backcountry area" comprised of 2.5 miles of trails across 40
acres of open space. The trails in the section of the park are virtually level
offering easy strolls through corridors of mature bay trees and across remnants
of historic orchards.