Bartholomew Park

Sonoma, California 95476

Bartholomew Park

Bartholomew Park Professional Review and Guide

"A few blocks east of downtown Sonoma is Bartholomew Park, a privately owned historic park that is open to the public. Home to the eponymously named winery, the loop through the park’s backcountry is a great primer to a lot of the best of Wine Country hiking: vineyards, redwoods, creeks, beautiful views, and access to wineries right off of the trail."

More Bartholomew Park Professional Reviews and Guides

"Bartholomew Memorial Park is a little known gem tucked into the hills less than two miles northeast of Sonoma. The 375-acre park leases part of its diverse land to Bartholomew Winery. This hike is not a meandering stroll through a winery, it only begins and ends there. The trail is a backcountry hike winding through oakcovered mountain slopes and redwood groves. The hike follows portions of Arroyo Seco and the South Fork of Arroyo Seco to a pond, lake, cave, and two impressive overlooks."

"Walk in forested hills and ancient vineyards in Sonoma"

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Trail Information

Sonoma
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
2.4
Distance
770 feet
Elevation Gain
Loop/Lollipop
Trail Type
Moderate
Skill Level
1.5 hours
Duration
Year-round
Season
Bartholomew Park Foundation; (707) 938-2244; www.bartholomewpark.org
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