Hike With Cows On 11 Miles Of Trail At Tolay Lake Regional Park In Northern California

There’s nothing quite like taking the day to explore a park you’ve never visited before. If you have yet to experience Tolay Lake Regional Park in Sonoma County, consider it high time that you do. Home to 11 miles of hiking trails across hillsides and grasslands, there are plenty of ways to explore this gem of a park. Just be aware that you’ll likely be sharing the trail with cows when you visit. The park is full of grazing cattle and they actually benefit the landscape in various ways. Come say hello and watch where you step!

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Address: Tolay Lake Regional Park, 5869 Cannon Ln, Petaluma, CA 94954, USA