Official Riverfront Regional Park map

Riverfront Regional Park


Official Riverfront Regional Park map
Official Riverfront Regional Park map

The main features of this 300-acre park, located about a mile due west of the town of Windsor, are two bass fishing lakes that were reclaimed from former gravel pits. Though the park does indeed front the Russian River, as its name suggests, the main 2-mile trail loop provides access primarily to the lakes. Another shorter loop trail traverses Redwood Hill and the group picnic areas. Individual shady picnic sites under redwood groves, drinking water and flush toilets, as well as a volleyball court and horseshoe pit, are available. Segments of the trails can be seasonally flooded and inaccessible in winter during high flow events in the Russian River.

Ecosystems/Natural Features

Oak woodlands, grasslands, lakes, river, redwoods

Please Note

Dogs are permitted on leash.

Download Official Map

Download the Official Riverfront Regional Park map (PDF)
Map credit: Sonoma County Regional Parks

Official Website

Official Riverfront Regional Park website


Directions to Riverfront Regional Park (Google Map)

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2 thoughts on “Riverfront Regional Park

  1. does it cost anything to go to this park?

    1. As of 3/16/11, at Riverfront Park, there is a self-pay $6.00 fee per vehicle for day use. Special rates apply to buses or trucks carrying more than 9 people.
      Also, if you frequent this park and others, I recommend purchasing the Regional Park Annual Pass, good at all other Regional Parks for one year.

      More information about Riverfront Park is available at the official Riverfront Parks web page.

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