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Tolay Lake Regional Park

5869 Cannon Lane
Petaluma, CA 94954
Tolay Lake Regional Park
Park access is allowed through a day-use permit program, guided hikes, and the annual Tolay Fall Festival, which is held for two weeks each October.

Tolay Lake Regional Park is located between the Petaluma River and the Sonoma Valley. This unique 1,769-acre property contains pristine farm and grasslands, ridges, a seasonal freshwater lake, ponds, wetlands, and many other natural resources. It provides habitat for several species of special status, including the burrowing owl, California red-legged frog, northwestern pond turtle, golden eagle, white tailed kite, horned lark, northern harrier, and the tricolor blackbird.
General Information:
Hours of Operation: Hours (April - September): Permit holders may access the park Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. to sunset.

Hours (October - March): Permit holders may access the park Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. to sunset. Trails are closed to permit holders during the Tolay Fall Festival in October.
Outdoor Activities:
Educational / Historical Tours
Family Fun
Fishing / Boating
Hiking / Walking
Horseback Riding Trails
Wildlife Viewing
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