The Gualala River Park Coalition is a grass roots group of Mendonoma neighbors and friends that have joined public agencies and conservationists in advocating for a park along seven miles of the wild and scenic Gualala River, extending from the Gualala River bridge to Twin Bridges on Annapolis Road.
The Sonoma County Regional Parks considers the Gualala River Park to be in it’s TOP FIVE large park priorities. A Gualala River Park has been in the county plans since 1955 and continues to be included in the current 2020 Sonoma County General Plan. See more details on the Sonoma County plan below.
A public land purchase to create a river park has been supported by numerous large land and conservation groups and their support for this world class redwood forest and wild river park has not diminished.
Local and visitor support is essential to demonstrate the commitment to this park and to those organizations that can help make this happen.
Join us by adding your name to our signature drive.
Gualala River Park in the Sonoma County Plan – 1955 to 2020
2020 Sonoma County General Plan
2015 Sonoma County Local Coastal Prelim Draft Plan
2015 Sonoma County Ag Preservation and Open Space Long Range Acquisition Plan
2010 Sonoma County Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan
2003 Sonoma County Outdoor Recreation Draft Plan
2001 Sonoma County Local Coastal Plan
1999 Sonoma County Local Coastal Plan Revisions
1989 Sonoma County General Plan
1955 Sonoma County Planning Commission Revised Beach Shoreline Master Plan