This June, your favorite parks in Sonoma Valley and beyond – Sugarloaf Ridge State Park, Jack London State Historic Park and the entire Sonoma County Regional Parks system – are allowing pass holders for one park to use that pass at all of the other parks, free of charge.
This unique collaboration includes two state-owned favorites in Sonoma Valley – Sugarloaf and Jack London – along with more than 50 in the county Regional Parks system, spanning from coast to mountains and from river to bay. A parking pass to any one of these parks offers easy and free access to all of them.
Adding to the spirit of interconnection, Sugarloaf will be offering a shuttle service between it and a neighboring park, Hood Mountain Regional Park & Open Space Preserve, on Saturday, June 11. Under this one-day program, the “Sugar Shuttle” will depart from the Sugarloaf Ridge visitors center at the top of every hour and from Hood Mountain’s Pythian Road lot at the bottom of every hour, shuttling park-goers back and forth. Tickets are $5 per person per ride; for more details or to buy tickets in advance, click here.
Managers at all of our beautiful local parks hope the parking pass collaboration, which begins on Wednesday, June 1, will encourage more people to easily access and experience Sonoma County’s great outdoors.