Ragle Ranch Regional Park

500 Ragle Road, Sebastopol

  • Accessible areas
  • Birding
  • Dog Park
  • Equestrian Trails
  • Hiking/Walking Trails
  • Picnic Facilities
  • Playgrounds

Hours: 7:00 a.m. to sunset

Parking: $7 per vehicle or free for Regional Parks members.

Dogs: Permitted on leash. No leash required within the enclosed dog park, where small-dog hours are 11 a.m.-noon Monday-Friday and 3-4 p.m. Saturday-Sunday.

Accessibility: Paved, wheelchair-accessible trails, accessible group-picnic areas, and accessible playground.

Ranger Phone: (707) 823-7262

This 157-acre park features soccer and softball fields, tennis courts, sand volleyball courts, a children's playground, off-leash dog park, and group and individual picnic sites with barbecues. Ragle Ranch also is home to a peace garden with a sculpture created by world-renowned artist Masayuki Nagase. 

The park includes beautiful oaks and 3.5 miles of trails along the prime bird-watching habitat of Atascadero Creek. 

The annual Gravenstein Apple Fair is held here each August. 

For more information or to reserve group picnic sites, please call (707) 565-2041.

Ragle Ranch Regional Park Trails

Length:3.56 miles of trails

Ragle Ranch Regional Park contains 3.56 miles of trails in the Atascadero Creek flood plain. Trails lined with willows, ashes, and oaks pass wetlands and meadows and cross bridges over small streams. 

Hilltop Trail offers views across the watershed towards western Sonoma County while Blackberry Trail offers a loop around the perimeter of the meadows. Many of the trails become muddy in wet weather, but drain quickly due to sandy soils.  

The hiking trails present excellent wildlife-viewing opportunities. Leashed dogs and equestrians are welcome on all trails, and the park contains a gravel parking area with potable water for equestrian parking.

Fog to Bog Quest

A quest is an interactive treasure hunt that teaches people about special places. The Community Clean Water Institute has partnered with the Atascadero/Green Valley Watershed Council and Regional Parks to create a watershed quest at Ragle Ranch Regional Park. 

By going on this quest, you can learn about the park's seasonal wetland, make water-quality observations, and have fun while adventuring in this section of the Atascadero/Green Valley watershed.

This quest begins at the top of Blackberry Trail, near the gazebo. Pick up your quest map there or PDF fileprint your own (366 kB).

View Map and Get Directions

Google PegmanUse Google Pegman in the above map for street view of trails

PDF filePark Map 212 kB (PDF)

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