Taylor Mountain Regional Park

Overview

This more than 1,000-acre park, located along the eastern boundary of the City of Santa Rosa, offers opportunities for hiking as well as seasonal biking, horseback riding, and a disc golf course.

Nearly 6 miles of dirt trails, along two primary routes with connectors, link to form a loop, and also lead via the Eastern Route to the top of Taylor Mountain. Stunning views of the Santa Rosa Plain, as well as all the prominent surrounding mountains (including St. Helena, the Palisades, Sonoma, Hood, Bald, Tamalpais, and Diablo) await those who summit.

The westernmost trail is closed seasonally during the wet season.

A new park entrance and trailhead opened on June 13, 2015 at 3820 Petaluma Hill Road , south of Yolanda Avenue. The 2080 Kawana Terrace entrance will remain open.

Ecosystems/Natural Features

Oak woodlands, grasslands, meadows, oaks, maples, wildflowers, views

Please note

Dogs are allowed on leash. Active cattle grazing, please close gates behind you.

Taylor Mountain Regional Park Maps

Official Website

Directions

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