The 2,000-acre wilderness park on the edge of the Sonoma Valley, about 5 miles southeast of Santa Rosa. The park offers more than 19 miles of trails for hikers, mountain bikers and equestrians.
Campsites are available. They include:
- Environmental campsites are available. They can be reached by hiking approximately 2 miles. The campsites include tables, food lockers, tent clearings and primitive toilets. Potable water and electricity are not available. Cooking stoves are permitted, but campfires and barbecues are not.
- Four sites are located along the Azalea Creek. They can be reached by hiking in from the Los Alamos Road entrance.
- Two individual sites are located near Merganser Pond. They can reached by hiking in via the Pythian Road entrance, but they are currently closed due to wildfire damage.
Campers may stay up to four consecutive nights. Dogs on leash and horses are allowed.
Addresses: 3000 Los Alamos Road, Santa Rosa and 1450 Pythian Road, Santa Rosa
Telephone: (707) 539-8092