Due to the severe ongoing drought, the California Department of Fish & Wildlife has enacted low flow fishing closures on the Russian River effective February 21, 2014 through April 30, 2014. Fishing is prohibited during this time.
park opens at 7:00 a.m. and closes at sunset.
$7 per vehicle for day use. $1 per person
(vehicles with 10 or more people)
Permitted on leash no longer than 6' in length. License
Paved, wheelchair accessible trails and accessible group picnic
or barbecues allowed on beach.
The park offers seasonal fishing and a boat launch area with
parking for kayaks, canoes and drift boats. It is a great spot for wildlife
viewing along the river and at the seasonal freshwater ponds on the east side
of the site. There are family picnic sites with barbecues and a parking lot
with 23 spaces, two of which are disabled accessible. Other accessible
features include paved, wheelchair accessible trails and accessible group
No lifeguard service is available.
were made possible with a grant from the State Coastal Conservancy, the Sonoma
County Agricultural Preservation & Open Space District, and Sonoma County
Parks Mitigation Funds.
Phase 3 improvements were funded by
Park Mitigation Fees, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the California
Emergency Management Agency (formerly Office of Emergency Services), and a
River Parkways grant from the California Natural Resources Agency through
Cloverdale River Park Trails
Cloverdale River Park contains a paved ADA accessible multi use
trail spanning roughly a mile from the main trailhead off McCray Road. It then
connects to a trail maintained by the City of Cloverdale, which extends the
trip by 0.3 miles to the terminus near downtown. Equestrians are welcome on