Riverfront Regional Park
Riverfront Regional Park is located adjacent to the Russian River and is just minutes west of downtown Windsor. The main attractions in the park are two former gravel pits which have been reclaimed as lakes offering bass fishing. No swimming is allowed in the lakes. Amenities include individual and reservable group picnic areas (with BBQs), a two-mile multiuse trail around Lake Benoist and a half mile long trail over Redwood Hill. Additional facilities include a volleyball court and horseshoe pit as well as a drinking fountain and flush toilets.
Trails Challenge Welcome to the Sonoma County Trails Challenge, an invitation to explore the parks and do something good for your body and mind! The Trails Challenge encourages you to hike five or more of the trails featured in this guidebook and then tell us a
Pinnacle Gulch Coastal Access Trail
The steep Pinnacle Gulch Coastal Access Trail leads to a spectacular view of hidden coves and rock formations. Fishing is excellent but challenging. A perfect place to spend an enjoyable day for picnicking, sightseeing and relaxation. Can be hiked as a 1.9-mile loop with Shorttail Gulch Trail. Flush restroom facility at parking lot.
Trails Amenities Safety Mounted Assistance no no
Stillwater Cove Regional Park
Stillwater Cove Regional Park, at 210 acres, offers picnic facilities and a spectacular view of the Pacific Ocean from Stillwater Cove. The park has open meadows mixed with coastal forest. There is a half-mile trail leading to the historic one-room Fort Ross Schoolhouse.
Maxwell Farms Regional Park
Maxwell Farms is an 85-acre regional park with 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 volleyball courts.
Cloverdale River Park
Cloverdale River Park offers seasonal fishing and a boat launch area with parking for kayaks, canoes and drift boats. It is a great spot for wildlife viewing along the river and at the seasonal freshwater ponds on the east side of the site.
Pebble Beach Sea Ranch Access Trail
Pebble Beach Trail is .27 miles one way and features grassy path runs through pines and meadow to a small black-sand cove reached by stairs. Sonoma County Regional Parks manages six public access trails in The Sea Ranch, a private community south of Gualala.
Black Point Sea Ranch Access Trail
Black Point Trail is.25 miles one way and crosses the bluffs to a curving, quarter-mile beach reached by a steep, wooden staircase. Known to surfers, this beach is just north of Black Point, a cape that juts out about 250 yards from the shore. Sonoma County Regional Parks manages six public access trails in The Sea Ranch, a private community south of Gualala.
Walk On Beach Sea Ranch Access Trail
Walk On Beach Trail connects to Bluff Top Trail, which leads south to Walk On Beach. Public access to this beach was closed for years due to trail erosion, but repairs were completed in July of 2014 and access is fully restored. Sonoma County Regional Parks manages six public access trails in The Sea Ranch, a private community south of Gualala. Trails start at Highway 1 parking areas and cross bluff-top meadows and forests to rugged coastline. Cliffside staircases lead to secluded beaches with sandy coves, tide pools, and rock formations. In addition to hiking, these public access points offer opportunities for diving, fishing, boating, and wildlife viewing.
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