Wondering about the new Mark West Creek property that will become a park? Do you want to enjoy a true wilderness experience right here in Sonoma County? Join us for intermediate 3- to 4-mile guided hikes enjoying picturesque oak woodland vistas, a meandering creek, wildflower meadows, and learn about the history of this fascinating property. Registration is required for this free event. Registration is required for this free event. For more information, please call (707) 539-2865.
The park and preserve entrance is located at 3000 Porter Creek Road, west of Safari West. Road signs will mark the property entrance on park preview days, which are the only days the property is open to the public. Parking is limited, so please RSVP. If you are attending with friends or a group, please carpool.
Bring your own water. Water is not available on site. Dogs on leash are allowed. Bicycles and horses are not permitted at this time.
Approximately 1 mile of new trail meets proposed federal accessibility standards to the extent possible at this time. This unpaved trail connects the parking area to an existing network of ranch roads and trails, where some sections do not meet accessibility standards. Accessible parking spaces (unpaved but leveled and signed), picnic tables, portable restrooms and hand-washing stations also are available. When arriving, ask staff to direct you to accessible parking.