Joe Rodota Trail

The Joe Rodota Regional Trail is an 8.5-mile paved, off-road trail linking downtown Santa Rosa and Sebastopol.

Location

4211 Sebastopol Road
Santa Rosa CA, 95407

Contact

Local: 707-539-8092

Email: [email protected]

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  • The Joe Rodota Regional Trail is an 8.5-mile paved, off-road trail linking downtown Santa Rosa and Sebastopol. This accessible trail runs parallel to Highway 12 and is a popular route for cyclists, walkers, and runners. Its rural sections offer beautiful views of farmland, the Laguna de Santa Rosa and surrounding mountains. Fall and spring are particularly beautiful times of the year to use the trail.

    In Santa Rosa, the trail begins at the pedestrian/bicycle bridge intersection with the Prince Memorial Greenway between West 3rd Street and Railroad Street. In Sebastopol, the trail begins near the intersection of Mill Station Road and Highway 116.

    Additional trail access is located off public streets along the trail, including: Roberts Avenue, Dutton Avenue, Stony Point Road, Wright Road, Sebastopol Road, Merced Avenue, Llano Road, and Petaluma Avenue.

    Open daily from sunrise to sunset. Dogs allowed on leash.

    • Property Amenities:
      • Accessible
      • Pet friendly
    • Joe Rosita trail

      This trail has become the homeless last stop. 1+ mile of homeless encampment. You can not walk down this trail anymore, unsafe, several people have been bitten by homeless people's dogs.

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    • Filled with Homeless People

      Many bad intentioned people — just darn scary. Check the news prior to going. I went, I looked, I left.

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    • No longer safe- its now a hobo jungle

      This was once a fabulous pathway for hiking and biking from Santa Rosa to Sebastopol. But now, there are city-installed signs saying to "STOP" and proceed no further due to possible danger of attack...

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