ANNADEL STATE PARK
In 1930 Joe Coney bought 3,200 acres of Oak woodlands and named it after his
daughter by combining her name "Annie" with "dell" meaning a "small secluded
wooded valley" to make "Annadel"
In 1969 it nearly became a subdivision, but (lucky for us) the state and
local financiers got together to create a state park. It's classic Oak
woodland, with about 40% open grasslands.
Directions: Annadel is located about 4 miles
East of Santa Rosa.
Park and Trailmap:
Cost: $5 / car for day use.
Spring Creek Trail
Nov. 13, 2008
April 23, 2015
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