Hike Crane Creek Regional Park

Rate this Adventure San Francisco Crane Creek Regional Park

  • Activities:

    Chillin, Mountain Biking, Running, Hiking, Fitness

  • Skill Level:

    Beginner

  • Season:

    Spring, Summer, Autumn

  • Trail Type:

    Loop

  • RT Distance:

    3.5 Miles

Bathrooms
Dog Friendly
Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Handicap Accessible
Picnic Area
River
Scenic

This is a great network of trails about 15 minutes from Santa Rosa, with multiple trail loops and picnic areas!

With multiple loops of varying length, this park is great for anyone looking for a casual hike around a beautiful area in the foothills of Rohnert Park. Crane Creek has nice secluded picnic areas next to the creek in the cover of willow, alder, buckeye and bay trees. There's also an 18-hole disc golf course available to play. Parking costs $7 for the day from an automated machine, but with the Sonoma County Parks membership, parking is always free.

Pack List

  • Day Pack
  • Water
  • Snacks
  • $7 to park, or free with a pass
  • license for dogs required
  • disc golf for use on the course
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