Ragle Ranch Regional Park

Ragle Ranch Regional Park in west Sebastopol features soccer and softball fields, tennis courts, sand volleyball courts, a playground, off-leash dog park, peace garden, and group and individual picnic sites with barbecues.

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  • Ragle Ranch Regional Park in west Sebastopol features soccer and softball fields, tennis courts, sand volleyball courts, a playground, off-leash dog park, peace garden, and group and individual picnic sites with barbecues. The park is noted for its beautiful oaks and includes backcountry trails along the prime bird-watching habitat of Atascadero Creek. The annual Gravenstein Apple Fair is held here each August.

    Ragle Ranch Regional Park contains 3.56 miles of trails with excellent birding and wildlife-viewing opportunities. No leash is required in the enclosed dog park. Special "small dog" hours are offered 11 a.m.-noon Monday-Friday and 3-4 p.m. Saturday-Sunday. Paved, wheelchair-accessible trails, accessible group-picnic areas, and accessible playground. Learn about Ragle Ranch's seasonal wetland and have fun adventuring in the Atascadero/Green Valley watershed.

    Dogs allowed on leash. Open daily from 7 a.m. to sunset.

    • A multi-purpose city-county park

      I regularly walk my dog at Ragle. The part of the park that fronts Ragle Road is "urban", with tennis courts, volleyball pits, play structures, soccer fields, and ballparks. The back of the park is...

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    • A park for everyone

      This regional park has something for everyone. You can picnic in a variety of settings from secluded to public. Yo can walk your dog and visit the dog park. You can walk the many paved paths or hike...

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    • Visit

      The dog park is so so with no grass, mostly wood chips, some mud & caters to large dogs vs. small dogs. The Gravenstein Festival was nice for first timers. The fields in general are preferable to my...

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