This 195-acre regional park provides some of the best and most scenic flat walks in Sonoma County, with outstanding views of the Gualala River, the northern Sonoma and southern Mendocino Coast, and the town of Gualala perched on the river bluffs. The park is popular with hikers, picnickers, and campers, offering a pleasant mix of open meadows, sweeping coastal views, gnarled cypress trees, coastal forest, and sandy beaches. Dogs are permitted on leash and restrooms with flush toilets and coin-operated showers are available in the campground.
Conifer forests, grassy meadows, sandy beaches, redwoods, alders, cypress, bay laurels, rhododendrons, ferns
Download Official Gualala Point Regional Park Map
Download the Official Gualala Point Regional Park Map (PDF) Map Credit: Sonoma County Regional Parks
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