The park opens at 8 a.m. and closes at sunset.
$7 per vehicle for day
Permitted on leash
no longer than 6' in length. License required.
Paved wheelchair-accessible trail, accessible picnic areas, and accessible portable restroom.
Sonoma Valley Regional Park is next to the village of Glen Ellen, in the center of the Sonoma Valley. The 162-acre park has a paved 1.2-mile trail passing through magnificent oak woodlands and dirt trails that climb the surrounding ridges. The trail head features picnic tables, a shaded lawn, and a portable restroom. Picnic tables also are located throughout the park, along the main trail.
Elizabeth Anne Perrone Dog Park
Bring your dog to exercise, play and
socialize with other dogs at the Elizabeth Perrone Dog Park at Sonoma Valley Regional Park. This fenced 1-acre dog park is adjacent to the Highway 12 parking lot and features a double-gated entry, a drinking fountain for dogs, and a
gazebo for shade.
Sonoma Vally Regional Trails
This relatively small park offers the tranquility of a much larger preserve. This is due to the quality of habitat within the park and the fact the park is surrounded by undeveloped land.
paved, ADA-accessible trail runs through the center of the park. The trail borders a seasonal creek and winds through a beautiful woodland of oaks draped in lichen. The Corridor Ridge Trail climbs from the parking lot to
the top of a small ridge on the park's southern boundary and follows the ridge across the park before
descending near Arnold Drive. The trail offers occasional views of the Sonoma Valley.
Picnic tables and benches are set throughout the park. Drinking water and
an ADA-accessible portable restroom are available at the parking lot off of