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Stillwater Cove Regional Park

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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.

Hood Mountain Regional Park & Open Space Preserve

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1450 Pythian Road, Santa Rosa 1450 Pythian Road Santa Rosa CA 95409 38.45192222 -122.5741331 Sweeping views of Sonoma Valley from Gunsight Rock Backpacking sites, trail connection to Sugarloaf State Park Park Map 7.9 MB Hood Mounta

Popular Attractions

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Maxwell Farms Regional Park

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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.

North Sonoma Mountain Regional Park Opens February 14

http://parks.sonomacounty.ca.gov/About_Us/News/North_Sonoma_Mountain_Regional_Park_Opens_February_14.aspx

North Sonoma Mountain Regional Park & Open Space Preserve opens to the public Saturday, February 14. The 820-acre park southeast of Santa Rosa features a 4-mile Bay Area Ridge Trail connection to Jack London State Historic Park. The trail climbs to nearly 2,000 feet on the north face of the mountain, leading hikers across creeks and forests and offering stunning views of Sonoma County.

Cloudy Day Hikes in Sonoma County

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One of the special things about winter hiking in Sonoma County is the beautiful show in the sky. Here are three ways to enjoy winter skies while hiking the Laguna de Santa Rosa Trail, Doran Beach or Shiloh Ranch.

Horseback Riding

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Taylor Mountain Regional Park and Open Space Preserve

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A prominent county landmark, Taylor Mountain provides sweeping views of the Santa Rosa Plain, and its oak woodlands, meadows, wetlands and springs are habitat for a variety of wildlife. The site has an 18-hole disc golf course which opens to the public Saturday, November 8th and 4 miles of dirt trails along two routes, one of which leads up the mountain

3 Hikes on North Sonoma Mountain

http://parks.sonomacounty.ca.gov/About_Us/Blog/3_Hikes_on_North_Sonoma_Mountain.aspx

Sonoma Mountain is a landmark of central and southern Sonoma County, visible for miles around Santa Rosa and the Sonoma Valley. Having just opened in 2015, North Sonoma Mountain Regional Park and Open Space Preserve offers public trails on the north side of the mountain for the first time. Hiking options include a standout section of the Bay Area Ridge Trail that connects to Jack London State Historic Park and two shorter trails with equally stunning views of Wine Country valleys and peaks. 

Walk On Beach Sea Ranch Access Trail

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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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