- Length: 3.12 miles of trails
Riverfront Regional Park includes 3.12 miles of trail.
The primary trail - the 2.18-mile Lake Trail - leads from the parking lot past Lake Wilson to a loop around Lake Benoist. The lakes are reclaimed gravel pits transformed into beautiful settings for kayaking and fishing. (Swimming in the lakes is prohibited, but the lakes are popular with fishermen and non-motorized boating is allowed.)
The Russian River can be reached from trail spurs on the north side of the Lake Trail.
The half-mile Redwood Hill Trail passes through a shady grove of coast redwoods near the parking lot and over a forested ridge to connect to the Lake Trail
Equestrians are allowed on the Lake Trail, and amenities include equestrian parking and hitching posts.
Note: During wet weather, a northwest section of the Lake Trail may be impassable.