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Shiloh Ranch Regional Park in east Windsor offers nearly 8 miles of trails or hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. Located in the foothills of the Mayacamas Mountains, the 860-acre park includes canyons, meadows, grasslands, ridges, seasonal creeks, and a pond. The landscape features mixed woodlands of valley and black oaks, Douglas fir, chaparral, buckeye, bay laurel, big leaf maple, willow, madrone, and coast redwoods. A looped trail system allows visitors to explore on routes of various lengths and intensities. Trails to the ridge tops reach 850 feet in elevation and offer sweeping views across the Santa Rosa Plain to the Coast Range. The Creekside Trail is notable for its dense shading and ferns while the Canyon Trail is notable for its majestic oaks and remote feel.
The park provides habitat for deer, rabbit, fox, coyote, bobcat, quail, hawks, and many other species of wildlife and birds. A group picnic area features barbecues, bocce ball court, and gazebo and is available by reservation. Flush restrooms and drinking fountains are available in the parking area, and a large gravel lot accommodates horse trailers. Dogs on leash are welcome in the parking and picnic areas but not on the trails.