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Taylor Mountain Regional Park and Open Space Preserve

3820 Petaluma Hill Road
Santa Rosa, CA 95404
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Taylor Mountain Regional Park & Open Space Preserve is a prominent Santa Rosa landmark, providing panoramic views of the city and distant peaks. The park's 1,100 acres include sweeping grasslands, oak woodlands, several creeks, and habitat for a variety of wildlife. The park has 5.5 miles of unpaved trails and an 18-hole disc golf course.
The park opened in 2013, when ownership was transferred to Regional Parks from the voter-funded Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation & Open Space District. The interim park entrance is just off of Kawana Terrace. A second entrance and trailhead opened along Petaluma Hill Road, south of Yolanda Avenue, on June 13, 2015. The Petaluma Hill Road entrance includes picnic tables, parking for horse trailers, and a 1.2-mile trail loop with a .2-mile connector to the upper park.
The park's master plan calls for the eventual development of 17 miles of trails, a "natural play area," hike-in campsites, a visitor center and other features, as funding becomes available.
The park property historically was used for ranching, and cattle grazing continues in the park.
General Information:
Hours of Operation: Daily from 7 a.m. to sunset.
Outdoor Activities:
Hiking / Walking
Horseback Riding Trails
Wildlife Viewing
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