Sonoma Valley Regional Park

Glen Ellen, California 95442

Sonoma Valley Regional Park

Sonoma Valley Regional Park Professional Review and Guide

"Sonoma Valley Regional Park is tucked into the base of the Sonoma Mountains along the verdant valley floor. The park sits on the west edge of the wide valley, just south of the creekside town of Glen Ellen and six miles north of Sonoma. The 202-acre park is filled with rolling oak woodlands and grassy meadows and is known for its beautiful displays of California poppies, wild irises, and lupines. The park has picnic areas and the Liz Perrone Dog Park, a one-acre fenced grassland for off-leash canines. Dirt and paved trails used for hiking, biking, and horseback riding weave through the streamside corridor. This hike stays on the wide main route, climbing the rolling hillside to the picturesque ridge and returning through the stream-fed meadow with gorgeous blue oaks."

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"Exploring hills in the lowlands in the Sonoma Valley, this hike is a gentle trip through dense forest and a pleasant canyon. A few good views and a chance to connect to quaint, downtown Glen Ellen are bonuses.

Home to large, spectacular parks like Hood Mountain, Sugarloaf Ridge, Annadel, and Jack London, the Sonoma Valley has the highest concentration of public land anywhere in the Wine Country. The parks all line the high walls of the valley, looking down on the beautiful valley floor and all of its thriving activity."

"Trail through oaks and on old railway tracks"

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Trail Information

Glen Ellen
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
2.5
Distance
225 feet
Elevation Gain
Loop/Lollipop
Trail Type
Easy to Moderate
Skill Level
1.5 hours
Duration
Year-round
Season
U.S.G.S. Glen Ellen • Sonoma Valley Regional Park map
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Oct 2018