Located southeast of the City of Petaluma, this scenic park consists of an historic farm, grasslands, wetlands, ponds, and a seasonal freshwater lake, as well as a wealth of historical and cultural resources that span 8,000 years of human activity on the land. Park visitors may use the park for hiking, biking, horseback riding, on approximately 8 miles of paths and trails. Elevation ranges from 200 to 800 feet, providing spectacular views of Mounts Diablo, Tamalpais, and St. Helena, the Sonoma Mountain Range, and the Petaluma River Basin.
Oak woodlands, grasslands, meadows, wetlands, oaks, pines, maples, wildflowers, lakes, ponds, views
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Download the Official Tolay Lake Regional Park Map (PDF)
Map credit: Sonoma County Regional Parks