A number of trails loop through this 210-acre regional/county park. Oak, madrone and buckeye trees cover the small hills in green during spring and summer and add a small splash of color in the autumn. The soil looks pale, like adobe clay, but very rocky with obsidian and chert from the nearby Maacama mountains. The southern edge of the park is bordered by residential subdivisions. Vantage points from some of the hill tops give nice views over the town. The trails are well designed and maintained. You can hike for hours without retracing your steps.