Laguna de Santa Rosa

The Laguna de Santa Rosa is the largest freshwater wetlands complex on the northern California coast.

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  • The Laguna de Santa Rosa is the largest freshwater wetlands complex on the northern California coast. In a state known for extraordinary biological diversity, it is located in the second-most biologically rich county, Sonoma, and is a major contributor to the County’s biological diversity. The Laguna’s 22-mile channel forms the largest tributary to the Russian River, draining a 254-square-mile watershed which encompasses nearly the entire Santa Rosa Plain. This includes all or part of the communities of Windsor, Santa Rosa, Rohnert Park, Cotati, Forestville, and Sebastopol.
    • Paradise

      Beautiful valley oaks, pristine laguna channel and wonderful native animals and plants. I will forever hold this place in my heart.

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    • A Flat Walking Trail Among Grasslands

      Plenty of free parking just off Highway 12 a short distance east from downtown Sebastopol at the trailhead. Free admission. Unpaved trail through grasslands that is relatively flat. The trail is...

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    • I run here all the time

      I run here at least 4 times a week. Easy to access with a variety of trails, you can carve out as long as a 4 miles run if you loop around all the trails. The seasonal bridge (mid-April to October...

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