Hike or horseback ride the higher elevation trails on this ranch and you’ll be rewarded with commanding views of Sonoma and Napa Valleys, Mt. St. Helena and the cityscapes of San Francisco and surrounding Bay Area cities. One thousand and eleven acres of this spectacular property, with its stunning vistas and rich wildlife, was purchased by the District but is now part of Sugarloaf Ridge State Park. The District continues to hold a conservation easement over it and an additional 353 acres that is still in private ownership. Marked by chaparral, oaks and the headwaters of Santa Rosa Creek, McCormick ranch offers visitors a stirring experience.
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1,364 acres now part of Sugarloaf Ridge State Park
Protected January 1996 and May 1997
Recreation | Natural Areas