Helen Putnam Regional Park
Helen Putnam Regional Park

Helen Putnam Regional Park is a local park southwest of Petaluma in The Golden State, which is kept by the Sonoma County Regional Parks Division. It covers a location of 216 acres. The park entry goes to 411 Chileno Valley Roadway.

The park’s main devotion happened in 1985.

The park includes countless tracks appropriate for treking, biking, and also horseback riding. The routes consist of a sector of the Bay Location Ridge Path.

The parking area has 37 spots, consisting of areas for handicapped and also equestrian individuals. There is a gazebo, a picnic location, as well as a kids’s play area near the parking lot, and also a fish pond equipped with bluegill.

The park is called after Helen Putnam, a previous educator that was the very first women mayor of Petaluma, serving from 1966 to 1978, as well as the 2nd women Sonoma County manager.

There are 2 various other parks called after her: Helen Putnam Park in neighboring Cotati, The golden state, and also Putnam Plaza in midtown Petaluma.

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