Grove of the Old Trees Map

Grove of the Old Trees

Overview

Grove of the Old Trees Map
Grove of the Old Trees Map

This 48-acre grove of old growth redwoods is open year-round and is one of the only privately-owned preserves in Sonoma County that is publicly accessible and free. Located on a ridgetop near the town of Occidental, this grove offers a serene setting in which to appreciate first-growth coastal redwoods along easy trails.

The Grove of the Old Trees is owned and managed by Landpaths, and is open to the public from dawn to dusk.

 

 

Please Note

The Grove has experienced a surge of visitors during Covid 19 due to an increased desire to be outdoors for mental and physical health. Please be a kind neighbor to this community that celebrates sharing this remarkable place with you.

Thank you for doing all you can to help take care of the Grove!

  • Drive safely: Driving slowly and following the speed limit along Fitzpatrick Lane, the road that leads to the Grove, is essential for everyone’s safety.
  • Park only in the designated parking area: If the Grove parking lot is full, please return at another time.
  • Pull over to allow other cars to pass: Fitzpatrick Lane is largely a single-lane road. When you visit the Grove, please pull over when necessary to allow other cars to pass.
  • Leave no trace: Please pack out anything that you bring into the Grove, respect any wildlife that you encounter, and leave behind things of nature that you find. We are all stewards of the Grove.

Ecosystems/Natural Features

Conifer forest, coastal redwoods, old growth redwoods

Download Grove of the Old Trees Map

Download Grove of the Old Trees Map (PDF)Map credit David Baselt

Official Website

Official Landpaths Grove of the Old Trees website

Directions

Directions to Grove of the Old Trees (Google Map)

Nearby Parks

Drive safely: Driving slowly and following the speed limit along Fitzpatrick Lane, the road that leads to the Grove, is essential for everyone’s safety.

Please Note

The Grove has experienced a surge of visitors during Covid 19 due to an increased desire to be outdoors for mental and physical health. Please be a kind neighbor to this community that celebrates sharing this remarkable place with you.

Thank you for doing all you can to help take care of the Grove!

Park only in the designated parking area: If the Grove parking lot is full, please return at another time.

Pull over to allow other cars to pass: Fitzpatrick Lane is largely a single-lane road. When you visit the Grove, please pull over when necessary to allow other cars to pass.

Leave no trace: Please pack out anything that you bring into the Grove, respect any wildlife that you encounter, and leave behind things of nature that you find. We are all stewards of the Grove.

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