Colgan Creek Trail
3600 Stony Point Road, Santa Rosa, CA 95407
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The Colgan Creek Trail is a 1.2-mile paved trail running along a portion of the creek between Bellevue Avenue and Todd Road in southwest Santa Rosa. This accessible trail offers an urban, streamside stroll with some birdwatching opportunities and some views of the Laguna de Santa Rosa watershed. In the future, the city of Santa Rosa intends to extend the Colgan Creek Trail from Bellevue Avenue to Victoria Drive in order to connect to a larger planned trail network.
Features a 1.2 mile paved trail with gentle grades. This is primarily a bikeway trail that connects Todd Road to Bellevue Avenue. No accessible parking is provided, but there is a bus stop on Bellevue Avenue near the high school that has an accessible route directly to the trail.
No motorized vehicles allowed on trail.
Open sunrise to sunset, except for commuting
Allowed on leash
Ranger Station: (707) 433-1625
CA Relay: 711
The 1.2 mile paved and wheelchair accessible trail is part of an overall network connection of trails and bikeways as shown in the Sonoma County Bikeways Plan. The Trail currently ends on Bellevue Avenue. The City of Santa Rosa plans to extend the trail from Bellevue Avenue to Victoria Drive.