The park opens at sunrise and closes at sunset.
Utility Construction - Summer 2013:
A section of a new gas pipeline will be constructed by the Graton Community Services District (GCSD) below the West County Trail just south of the wastewater ponds between Ross Lane and Green Valley Road. The Trail will be open to public during this one week project; however, there will be 5 to 15 minute delays. You can avoid the construction area by using Ross Road as an alternate route. For project location and alternate route see aerial map (311 kB). GCSD’s general contractor will provide traffic control and signage at the construction site. Questions? Contact Bob Rawson, GCSD General Manager at (707) 823-1542.
Parking in Graton:
No day use parking fee.
Parking is available off Graton Road behind the old Graton Fire Station
(Disabled parking available).
Parking in Forestville:
No day use parking fee. Trailhead parking lot and
picnic area on the south side of Ross Station Road where trail intersects
road; Limited street parking at the west end of Pajaro Lane.
Permitted on leash no longer than 6'
in length. License required.
Paved, wheelchair accessible
trails. Disabled parking available off Graton Road behind the old Graton Fire
restrooms or drinking water are available.
The West County Regional Trail runs between
Sebastopol and Forestville. This approximately 5.57 mile section of trail
starts near the intersection of Mill Station Road and Highway 116 in
Sebastopol, and ends in Forestville. Access to the trail is located off the
following public streets: Highway 116, Occidental Road, Grey Street, Graton
Road, Green Valley Road, Ross Station Road, Ross Branch Road, and Pajaro
From Rails to Trails
The West County Regional & Joe
Rodota Trails are built along land that was once the Petaluma and Santa Rosa
Railway, a line that linked Petaluma and Santa Rosa with Sebastopol and
Forestville. The trails total fourteen miles long. The trails are paved for
walking, bicycle riding, and roller skating. An unpaved equestrian trail runs
parallel to the paved trail. Designated as a Community Millennium Trail by
Former First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, the trail offers beautiful views of
farms, vineyards, and other agricultural lands. Fall and Spring are
particularly beautiful times of the year to use the trails. Please note that
the most northern trail section in Forestville has not been completed. For
updated information, please contact us at (707) 565-2041.