The Best Public Parks in Santa Rosa

Handpicked Top 3 Public Parks in Santa Rosa, California. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


6201 Channel Dr, Santa Rosa, CA 95409

Since 1971

Picnic Tables, Playground, Picnic Spots, Bike Trails, Hiking Trails, Horseback Riding, Swings & Tennis Court

Offer miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking & trail riding - Offer excellent fishing for black bass and bluegill - 5,092 Acres Park - Drinking Water Available

Mon - Sun 8:00 am - Sunset

This beautiful park is located in Santa Rosa and as a first timer, I was so happy to have selected this place to take a hike. It takes a bit of time to get into the actual park because there are several spots where you can start your hike, depending on your mode of transportation i.e. Foot, bicycle or even horse! But after you decide which trail you want to do you're in for quite the adventure! My boyfriend and I chose the lake trail and it was stunning! Although the lake wasn't much, we enjoy.

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393 Violetti Road, Santa Rosa, CA 95409

Trails, Picnic Sites, Benches, Fishing, Equestrian Trails, Hiking/Walking Trails, Picnic Facilities, Play Areas, Benches, Camping Areas & Environmental Discovery Center

Wheelchair-accessible - 320-Acre Park

Price: $7 per vehicle

Mon - Sun 7:00 am - Sunset

I absolutely love this park. So many wonderful hiking trails if you want a nice workout, or a nice relaxing walk around the lake after a long day. I also like to take nature pictures and you can see some amazing sunsets. There's also a swimming area during the hot summers and a nice little restaurant right next to the water. All in all I walk here about 3 times a week and love it every time.

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630 Summerfield Rd, Santa Rosa, CA 95405

Small train, Boating, Softball Field, Tennis Courts, Picnic Areas, Unique Playground Structures, Miniature Train Ride, Pony Rides, Fishing, Hiking, Jogging Trails & Amusement Area

152 Acres Park - Provides endless recreational opportunities with a beautiful lake

Daily Sunrise - Sunset

I love this park because it is great size and even when it is busy you can still find something fun to do. Even when the attractions aren't open in the off season, the play structures are great for almost any age. Walking, hiking, biking trails are great that lead back to Spring Lake. Free parking is usually available and want to take a beautiful walk.

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