Healdsburg Ridge Open Space Preserve

Healdsburg Ridge Open Space Preserve is located on the ancestral home of the Southern Pomo people and the Wappo people, past, present, and future. We recognize them as the first people and the first stewards of this land. We are on occupied territory and acknowledge the ongoing devastation of colonization. 

Healdsburg Open Space Preserve is a close-to-home opportunity to immerse in the natural world. Explore 150 acres of wetlands and oak woodlands, rocky serpentine chaparral, and open grasslands on easy-to-moderate hiking trails. Get inspired by views of Fitch Mountain, the Russian River, and the Mayacama Mountains. 

A biodiverse wonderland, the preserve is home to a variety of natural communities, including deer, jackrabbit, bobcats, mountain lions, and more than 40 species of birds.

LandPaths partners with the City of Healdsburg to steward and maintain the property. Please contact the City of Healdsburg if you have any questions.

How to Get Involved 


Healdsburg Open Space Preserve is the homeland of the Western Wappo and Southern Pomo tribes. Sonoma County Ag + Open Space began its efforts to protect the lands from development in 1996 by securing conservation easements across several parcels. In 2003, Ag + Open Space was given the opportunity to purchase these lands outright allowing for the creation of the Healdsburg Ridge Open Space Preserve. 

LandPaths, Sonoma County Ag + Open Space, and the City of Healdsburg celebrated the grand opening of the Healdsburg Ridge Open Space Preserve in 2008. In 2019, we renewed our contract for maintenance and stewardship of the property.  

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Questions about stewardship at Healdsburg Open Space Preserve?

All inquiries should be directed to the City of Healdsburg.


Stewardship Days at Healdsburg Ridge

Explore our Upcoming Calendar for opportunities to get outside with LandPaths at Healdsburg Ridge .

Volunteer stewards maintain the trails, preserve natural resources, meet new people, learn new things, and feel good about the work they accomplish. Without help from volunteers like you, many parks like this wouldn’t exist!

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