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Tolay Lake Regional Park

Cannon Ln.
Petaluma, CA 94954
Tolay Lake Regional Park
Park access is allowed through a day-use permit program, guided hikes, and the annual Tolay Fall Festival, which is held for two weeks each October. For more information, visit http://parks.sonomacounty.ca.gov/Get_Outdoors/Parks/Tolay_Lake_Regional_Park.aspx

Tolay Lake Regional Park is located between the Petaluma River and the Sonoma Valley. This unique 1,769-acre property contains pristine farm and grasslands, ridges, a seasonal freshwater lake, ponds, wetlands, and many other natural resources. It provides habitat for several species of special status, including the burrowing owl, California red-legged frog, northwestern pond turtle, golden eagle, white tailed kite, horned lark, northern harrier, and the tricolor blackbird.
General Information:
Hours of Operation: Hours (April - September): Permit holders may access the park Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 8:00 a.m. to sunset.

Hours (October - March): Permit holders may access the park Saturday and Sunday from 8:00 a.m. to sunset. Trails are closed to permit holders during the Tolay Fall Festival in October.
Outdoor Activities:
Educational / Historical Tours
Family Fun
Fishing / Boating
Hiking / Walking
Horseback Riding Trails
Wildlife Viewing
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