Helen Putnam Regional Park

Helen Putnam Regional Park is a compact wilderness park southwest of Petaluma.

Location

411 Chileno Valley Road
Petaluma CA, 94952

Contact

Local: 707-539-8092

Email: [email protected]

  • Description
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  • Helen Putnam Regional Park is a compact wilderness park southwest of Petaluma. Its 6 miles of trails cross grassy hillsides and weave through oak woodlands. Ridge-top trails provide panoramic views of the city and the southern Sonoma County countryside.

    A fishing pond contains bluegill and other fish. An accessible playground, picnic area and gazebo are located near the parking lot.

    Helen Putnam Park's looped trail system lets hikers create walks of varying length and difficulty, making the park a great choice for beginning hikers looking for a bit of a challenge. Trails are also open to cyclists and horseback riders. Open daily from 8 a.m. to sunset.

    • Beautiful Spring Conditions

      The park is in excellent shape right now, with new trails cut in, existing trails hardened, and wildflowers just starting to bloom. The poison oak is out in force bordering the trails, and this time...

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    • Great views and nice hike

      Beautiful view of the Petaluma valley. Trails are easy to moderate, with a nice pond, plenty of sitting benches and a Grove of oak trees.

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    • Equestrians, Bikers and Hikers welcome

      6 miles of trails wind through gently rolling hills, copses of California oaks, and panoramic vistas of the surrounding countryside.

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