• Taylor Mountain Regional Park trail and hillside

Taylor Mountain Regional Park and Open Space Preserve

3820 Petaluma Hill Road, Santa Rosa
  • Accessible Areas
  • Biking
  • Birding
  • Disc Golf
  • Equestrian Trails
  • Hiking & Walking Trails
  • Picnic Area

Taylor Mountain Regional Park & Open Space Preserve is a prominent landmark in southeast Santa Rosa and offers panoramic views of the city from trails that climb to the summit. 

This 1,100-acre park features grassy hillsides, oak woodlands and several creeks that all provide habitat for a variety of wildlife. 

The park currently offers 5.5 miles of trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding and an 18-hole disc golf course. 

The park's master plan calls for the eventual development of 17 miles of trails, a natural play area, hike-in campsites, a visitor center and other features as funding becomes available. 

Trails

Two routes - the Eastern and Western Routes - lead to the mountain's mid-section, with the Eastern Route continuing on to the summit for a 1,100-foot elevation gain. The Todd Creek and Red Hill trails offer less-strenuous hikes through lovely oak woodlands. 

Cattle Grazing

In keeping with the site’s agricultural history and resource management goals, cattle grazing continues at Taylor Mountain. 

Entrances

Accessibility

Accessible parking, picnic site and portable restroom.

Park Information

Address

Taylor Mountain Regional Park and Open Space Preserve

3820 Petaluma Hill Road

Santa Rosa, CA 95404
38.402426, -122.692984

Parking
$7 per vehicle or free for members

Hours

7 AM to sunset

Dogs
Allowed on leash

Park Map