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Stunning Sonoma Valley Hiking at Jack London State Historic Park

Visit Jack London State Historic Park and explore a diverse landscape filled with natural wonders and historical artifacts. A memorial to the famous writer and adventurer, this unique attraction features a a 2,000-year-old, 14-foot-wide redwood tree, the ruins of a 19th century winery, an 80-acre orchard and  the cottage where Jack London wrote. This state park is the perfect spot for adventure seekers like London. Enjoy over 29 miles of beautiful trails through the redwood groves, mountains and peaceful meadows. Hike, bike, horseback ride or just kick back with a picnic and enjoy another gorgeous day in Sonoma Valley.


Prices -

Park entry fees: $10 per vehicle, $5 for walk-ins; Cottage entry fees: $4 for adults and children 12 and over

Hours -

Park Hours - 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; Museum Hours - 10 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; Cottage Hours - 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.


  • Broadway Under the Stars
  • Sundown Music 2015
  • Fall Poetry Reading


  • Historical Sites
  • Live Performances
  • Natural Wonders
  • Hiking


  • Are there hiking trails at Jack London State Historic Park?

    The park features 20 miles of trails, which wind their way through grassy meadows, fruit-bearing orchards, oak woodlands, redwood groves and lovely forests. The elevations vary from 600 to 2,300 feet and the trails are appropriate for both walking and bicycling.
  • Can I book a tour of the park?

    Jack London State Historic Park offers private guided tours for adult groups and K-12 schools on weekdays. Adult tours are $50 and school group tours are $20. You must make reservations by calling 707-938-5216 at least 14 days in advance. You can also download a free audio tour app.

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