Foothill Regional Park in east Windsor is a 211-acre wilderness park in the foothills of the Mayacamas Mountains. The park features thick oak woodlands, rolling hillsides, ridge-top views of northern Sonoma County, three ponds for bass and bluegill fishing, grassy meadows, and spring wildflowers. Nearly 7 miles of multi-use trails cover varied terrain, offering easy to challenging options for hikers, mountain bikers, and equestrians.
Three Lakes Trail is a gravel, wheelchair-accessible trail with a gated parking and picnic area. Gate cards are available at Regional Parks' Santa Rosa office. Call 707-565-2041 for more information.
Open daily from 7 a.m. to sunset. Dogs allowed on leash.
By Beth F - on Feb 23, 2019
This spot is the best escape. You can disappear for 5 minutes or 5 hours (that might be stretching the truth, but you can probably do a few laps and make it reality). Water, animals, hills, trees...
We visited here in mid February 2019 and it was not very crowded. There were some people who had dogs, horses and ponies. It costs seven dollars to park in the parking lot but there is plenty of free...