Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Rincon Valley's Spring Lake

Photo by: Jim Cheney, Broker/Owner Saint Francis Properties "Your Rincon Valley Realtor"
Spring Lake Park entrance off Violetti Rd

Rincon Valley has one of the BEST parks in Santa Rosa!  If you are trying to decide what part of Santa Rosa to move to, this article will give you one more reason to want to live in Rincon Valley.  

Spring Lake is a 320-acre county regional park located in eastern Santa Rosa between Summerfield Rd. and Montgomery Drive.  Spring Lake was originally built in 1961 as part of global flood control program for Rincon Valley, Bennett Valley, and downtown Santa Rosa.  In 1974 Spring Lake was further developed into what is now one of Sonoma County's most used parks. Spring Lake really is your "one-stop" park.  
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Spring Lake's major purpose is to prevent flooding in downtown Santa Rosa


Spring Lake: is the parks services biggest attraction.  The 72-acre lake which (except during extreme drought) is usually full year round is a great place to boat, fish, kayak, paddle board, and bird watch.  There is a 2.3-mile paved trail that circles that lake, great for walking, biking, and jogging.   The trail is wheelchair accessible.  Boats are available to rent at the lake.  No swimming or gas-powered engines are allowed in/on the lake. 

Boating: Sailing, kayak, stand up paddleboard, and small boats with electric motors may use the lake.  A boat ramp can be accessed off the Newanga entrance at a cost of $4 per boat.  Kayaks, stand-up paddle boards, and peddle boats can be rented during the summer months near the Violetti entrance.  No swimming is allowed in the lake. 

Fishing:  Big mouth bass, Sunfish, Catfish, and other fish can be caught in the lake.  Fishing poles can be rented from the concessionaire off Violetti Rd.  A fishing license is required.

The Lagoon:  The swimming lagoon is a 3-acre spring fed swimming area adjacent to Spring Lake.  The swimming lagoon is open to the public Memorial Day thru Labor Day.  It is surrounded by a sandy beach with lots of manicured lawn and mature trees to sit under on a hot day.   Picnic tables and some barbecue pits are available for use.  It's the perfect place to escape hot summer days.  The lagoon is lifeguard protected.  Recently an inflatable playground was added to one end of the lagoon where kids can play for an additional fee.  Inner tubes can be rented at the concessionaire stand.
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New to Spring Lake is the floating inflatable playground


Picnicking & barbeque:  There are 200 picnic tables throughout Spring Lake including 5 group sites that are wheelchair accessible. Some sites have barbeque's

Snacks and full meals can be bought at the Otter Cafe
The Otter Cafe:  Serves affordable lunch and dinner items, along with snacks and beer & wine.  There is an outdoor seating area with lounge chairs and tables where patrons of the cafe can sit and look over the lagoon. 



Camping: Spring Lake offers camping with 31 sites that can be reserved.  RV's, trailers, and tent camping are popular.  There are 3 cabins that have recently been added and a site for group camping that can accommodate up to 75 people.  Camping is accessible from the Newanga entrance.  Camping is daily Memorial Day-Labor Day, and weekends and holidays only during the rest of the year

Hiking/walking/jogging/biking: There are 10 miles of hiking and biking trails around Spring Lake.  There is one main 2.3-mile paved trail that circles the lake.  
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A 2.3 mi. walking/jogging path cirles Spring Lake


Environmental Discovery Center: The Environmental Discovery Center is a hands-on interactive science museum designed for elementary school-aged children.  Open Wed-Sun, 12 to 5 pm.  Access the Discovery Center from the Violetti entrance.

Summer Camp: Spring Lake is host to many kid's summer camps through both the city of Santa Rosa and Sonoma County Parks.  Visit their websites to see what is available.

Other Events: Sonoma County Parks hold other events at Spring Lake such as:

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The annual "Water Bark"
Water Bark
REI equipment boat trials
Fishing lessons
Intro to SUP
Science Saturdays
Paddle Board Yoga
Event Calendar



Where: Spring Lake

South entrance 5585 Newanga Ave Santa Rosa (camping, boat ramp, Horse trailers)
North entrance 393 Violetti Road Santa Rosa

When: Park is open year round 7 am - sunset
Swimming lagoon & Otter Cafe Memorial Day-Labor Day

Cost:
$7 per car
$4 per boat
Both are free with park membership.
Park Membership: $69
Dogs: yes with some restrictions see park web page for more info Ranger: 707.539.8092

More info:  Spring Lake









I love living in Rincon Valley!  I've lived here since 1995 and can't imagine living in a better North Bay community.  Call me today if you're interested in buying a home in Rincon Valley, or if you'd like to list your Rincon Valley home for sale.  

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Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Hood Mountain Regional Park

Hood Mountain is one of Rincon Valley's hidden treasures

Bagel and Jerry pose patiently by the North Entrance sign
Rincon Valley's Hood Mountain Regional Park is a wonderful 1,750-acre protected wildlife park on the east side of Santa Rosa.  There are no attractions at this park other than hiking and wildlife.  Don't come to this park if you are looking for playgrounds or places to swim.  This is strictly for getting away and enjoying nature.

The park is in the Mayacama Mountain Range and runs east/west on the north side of Hwy 12.  There are 2 entrances, one at 3000 Los Alamos Road, and the other at 1450 Pythian Road.  Each entrance access' different trails so have an idea of what trail you want to hike then pick the appropriate entrance.  



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Mayacama Mountains as seen from Hwy 12 
The Los Alamos entrance accesses the Hood Mountain Trial which is a fire road that leads to other trails that branch off it.  There are moderate hills on the Hood Mountain Trail.

Gwen hikes to the Grandmother Tree
One of my favorite hikes on this side of the park is the hike to the Grandmother tree.  Here is a link to this hike:  Grandmother tree


From the Pythian entrance (1450 Pythian Rd), expect a tough 1/4 mile hike up a steep paved road before you come to any trails.  Once you hit the trailhead for Lower Johnson, the hike becomes less of a workout and more of a walk in the woods.  One of my regular hikes is to hike to Merganser Pond, about 1 mile, then doing the Valley View Loop Trial, an additional 1 mile, and back to the parking lot for a total hike of 3+ miles.  This is an intermediate hike with steep elevation.

Sonoma County Regional Parks recently established 2 environmental campgrounds at Merganser Pond that are "hike-in" only.  There are 3 sites and only 4 people per site are allowed. 

There is no running water to the campground, however, there is a creek nearby where water can be collected then filtered for cooking.  There is a porta-potty near the campground.  Contact Sonoma County Regional Parks for more details about reserving these campsites.

Two of Sonoma County's pinnacle hikes are at Hood Mountain Regional Park.  

#1  is the hike to Gun Site Rock.  This is an advanced hike for athletic people who can handle the 1700' elevation ascent to the summit of Hood Mountain and then the descent back to the parking lot.  Count on this being a 4-hour strenuous hike.
Panoramic view of "The Valley of the Moon" from Gun Site Rock

Hikers pass wildflowers on the Goodspeed Trail
#2 is a one-way hike from Sugarloaf SP, to Hood Mountain Parking lot on Pythian with an optional drop-in at Gun Site Rock.  This is an advanced hike for people who are athletic and can handle the steep uneven terrain.  This hike requires setting up a shuttle or utilizing the once monthly shuttle offered by the Friends of Sugarloaf. Hikers use the Goodspeed Trail for the trip to the summit.  For more shuttle info click: Shuttle



Hood Mountain Regional Park rules:
Parking: $7
Dogs: yes on 6' or less leash
Hours: 7 am - sunset
Emergencies: 911
Non-emergencies:
Sonoma County Regional Parks: 707.565.2041
Spring Lake Ranger Station 707.539.8092









I love living in Rincon Valley!  I've lived here since 1995 and can't imagine living in a better North Bay community.  Call me today if you're interested in buying a home in Rincon Valley, or if you'd like to list your Rincon Valley home for sale.  

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Sunday, July 15, 2018

5 things to THIS Friday (7/20)

Don't wait till Saturday to start your weekend!  Here are 5 things you can do Friday evening after work.


Rincon Valley Dog Park Social

Come socialize with other dog owners and enjoy a bite or drink while watching Fido make new friends

Where: Rincon Valley Community Dog Park
              5108 Badger Rd (or next to the library on Montecito Blvd)

When: Friday 7/20 5pm - 8pm

Cost: Free but it's recommended that if you want to share in the buffet, you bring a dish to share

Why: Great opportunity to get out with your dog, meet local R.V. people.  It's easy, close by, and food and beverages are an important part of the event.  

Funky Friday

This week enjoy the Dylan Black Project 
Where: Lawn fronting the Historic Hood House
389 Casa Manana Rd Santa Rosa (just past St. Francis Winery

When: Friday evening 7/20 5:30 - 10 (show starts at 7pm)

Cost: $10

More info: Funky

Why: Great bands, quality food trucks, chill atmosphere, convenient, beautiful setting & weather.


St Anne's Crossing Winery Concert

This Friday enjoy "Fresh Air" playing Folk/Americana

Where: St Anne's Crossing 8450 Sonoma Hwy Kenwood

When: Friday 7/20 6pm - 8 pm

Cost: Free lawn seating 

More info: St Annes

Why: Beautiful vineyard setting in Kenwood.  Intimate concert venue.  Wonderful wines available for purchase



Cloverdale Friday Night Live

This week: Diego's Umbrella

Where: Cloverdale Downtown Plaza

When: Friday 7/20 6:30pm - ?

Cost:  Free

More info:  Friday Night Live

Why: Hot weather, nice food selection from the farmer's market that runs concurrently.  Unusual bands you won't hear in Santa Rosa

Sebastiani Winery Friday Night Concert Series

Poyntlyss Sistars play this Friday
When:  Friday, July 20 6:00 - 9:00

Where:  Sebastiani Winery 
              389 Fourth St E. Sonoma

Cost: Free

More info: Sebastiani

Why: Nice acoustics inside the tasting room.  Wine available for purchase by the glass or bottle.  Grab dinner in downtown Sonoma before or after the show.



I love living in Rincon Valley!  I've lived here since 1995 and can't imagine living in a better North Bay community.  Call me today if you're interested in buying a home in Rincon Valley, or if you'd like to list your Rincon Valley home for sale.  

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Inflatable playground at the swimming lagoon

Less screen time, and more swim time at Spring Lake Lagoon



Inflatable water park



Grab a bite to eat lakeside at the Otter Cafe

Where: Spring Lake Regional Park 393 Violetti Rd
Who: 6 years old and up
Cost: $10 per day or $60 for a season pass (parking extra)
When: During park hours sunrise to sunset






I love living in Rincon Valley!  I've lived here since 1995 and can't imagine living in a better North Bay community.  Call me today if you're interested in buying a home in Rincon Valley, or if you'd like to list your Rincon Valley home for sale.  

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Survey of Rincon Valley Homes sold in May 2018



Homes listed correspond with pins on map



Below is a graph of statistical information for the above listed home sales:
Click anywhere on graph to enlarge it




I love living in Rincon Valley!  I've lived here since 1995 and can't imagine living in a better North Bay community.  Call me today if you're interested in buying a home in Rincon Valley, or if you'd like to list your Rincon Valley home for sale.  

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Mortgage rate survey from Freddie Mac

30yr fixed up slightly from June



Source: Freddie Mac

Although rates increased slightly from the lows in June, at 4.53, rates are still attractive.  Rates are still below the 2018 high of 4.66% in May 2018





I love living in Rincon Valley!  I've lived here since 1995 and can't imagine living in a better North Bay community.  Call me today if you're interested in buying a home in Rincon Valley, or if you'd like to list your Rincon Valley home for sale.  

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Saturday, July 14, 2018

Annadel State Park



Rincon Valley's Trione-Annadel State Park


Annadel State Park, located at 6201 Channel Drive Santa Rosa, is the highlight of parks in Rincon Valley, perhaps in the entire county. The park is 5,100 acres of rolling valley woodland.  Wildlife is abundant in this mostly undeveloped park. There are 40 miles of trails and fire roads to explore by foot, bike, or horse.
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Hikers, joggers, and bicyclists take a break at Lake Isajo

Annadel is a state park and a $10 parking fee is required, however, there are numerous places to park for free and walk in.  The trailhead for Cobblestone is one of the more popular places to park for free.  Other entrances to the park include neighborhood entrances near Stonehedge, Park Trail and Carissa in Bennett Valley.  Paid parking can found on Channel Drive or Lawndale Road.   Window smash vehicle burglaries are occassionally a problem so make sure valuables are out of sight.

A visitor’s center and ranger station are located at the main entrance on Channel Drive.  Maps are free and located in a display next to where you would pay for parking.

Other than the visitor center, there is no formal buildings or things to do other than go for beautiful hikes and rides.  One of my favorite things to do is go up to Lake Isanjo either on foot or mountain bike and go for a swim.  This is an unprotected lake with NO lifeguard.  Swimming is allowed at your own risk.  The cement dam makes for a perfect entry and exit to and from the water. There are picnic tables and one bathroom near Lake Isanjo, along with a bathroom at the top of Two Quarry Trail. Several honor bike repair stations are scattered along the trails throughout the park.


Alex Chudacolf makes his way down Orchard
I love mountain biking at Annadel.  If you are a beginning mountain biker, a nice ride starts at Spring Lake, rides up the Canyon Trail to  Lake Isanjo.  The easiest way back is to double back on the Canyon Trail, but if you want something more challenging, the Spring Creek Trail is a bit more technical and not for beginners

For advanced mountain bikers, going up the Marsh Trail to Ledson Marsh and returning on the South Burma Trail is a popular ride.

I’ve been coming to Annadel Park for 20 years and have seen coyote, mountain lions, deer, rabbits, turkeys, raccoons, skunks and more.  It is a great place to bird watch or take nature photography. I routinely see rattlesnakes so pay attention with your eyes and ears.  

I recommend you not hike in the park unless you have a map with you.  It is very big, and hikers and mountain bikers get lost there all the time.  You need to either bring a map or be sure to get one at the visitor’s center when you enter the park.

Here’s a link to the park map: Annadel

Annadel State Park rules:
Day use only, no camping
Parking fee: $10
No drones or unmanned aircraft
No dogs
No electric assisted bicycles (they are considered motor vehicles)
No riding off trail
Drinkable water at the visitor center and Warren Richardson trailhead.  All other water found at the park is not potable
A fishing license is req at Isanjo Lake 16 years and older
All trail users must yield to horses
No fires or camp stoves








I love living in Rincon Valley!  I've lived here since 1995 and can't imagine living in a better North Bay community.  Call me today if you're interested in buying a home in Rincon Valley, or if you'd like to list your Rincon Valley home for sale.  

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Rincon Valley

Living in Santa Rosa's Rincon Valley

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Mayacama Mountains border the north side of Rincon Valley

Santa Rosa is a medium sized city in Northern California.  Santa Rosa is the county seat of Sonoma County which is known for producing world-class wines.  Napa County and Sonoma County are jointly known as "The Wine Country".

Santa Rosa has about 170,000 people and is perfectly divided by two highways that intersect in the center of town, dividing Santa Rosa into four almost equal quarters.  US 101 which travels north and south and divides the town into East and West Santa Rosa.  Hwy 12, which runs east to west divides the town into North and South.

Northeast Santa Rosa has a number of established neighborhoods; Fountaingrove, Hidden Valley, Junior College, Proctor Terrace, Montgomery Village, Oakmont, Skyhawk, and Rincon Valley.

Landmarks:

Rincon Valley is most notably known for the big white cross on its northern hillside high above Skyhawk.   Created in 1981 by a retired San Francisco Police Lieutenant and war veteran, it has been the welcome symbol of Rincon Valley for decades.
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The white cross is a familiar sight in Rincon Valley


Living:

Rincon Valley, which makes up most of the 95409 zip code has about 27,000 residents living in about 17,000 homes and/or apartments.  36% of the residents are renters (46% is state av.) Rincon Valley is approx. 38 sq. miles with 709 residents per sq mi (low density).  It sits between 2 ranges of hills and is made up of mostly older homes.  If you had to describe an average home, it would be a 1970's single level ranch style home on a 6000 sq ft lot although there is quite a variety of homes, newer and older.  2018 property values (2nd Q 2018 95409 SFR):
  • Median-priced home   $720,000
  • Average-priced home $803.730

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One of my favorite Rincon Valley developments the Brush Creek Villas

Planned Unit Developments (PUD's):

There are a number of affordable townhomes, and condominiums for first-time homeowners, people downsizing, and others who do not need a more expensive home.  For those people, I frequently direct them to the following developments:

  • Wild Oak
  • Schoolhouse Creek
  • Villa Los Alamos
  • Brush Creek Villas
  • The Cascades
  • Mission Lake

Demography:


The average age is 51 years old.  The average income is approx. $67,500+, slightly lower than the state average.  This paragraph was written for statistical purposes only. Information was obtained from City-data and can be found at City-Data.

Rincon Valley residents (over 25 years old) education achievement:
  • High school or higher: 95.5%
  • Bachelor's degree or higher: 46.3%
  • Graduate or professional degree: 19.6%
  • Unemployed: 3.8%
  • Mean travel time to work (commute): 24.4 minutes
Photo by: Jim Cheney Broker/owner of Saint Francis Properties "Your Rincon Valley Realtor"
Locals listen to Band Camp at St Francis Winery while waiting for the evening movie to start


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Tracks and an old rail car are all that remain at this Annadel quarry

History:


Rincon Valley historically was known for agriculture specifically cherry, and walnut trees. Currently, it has a nice variety of historic buildings and places.  Mining was a major industry in the 1800's.  Evidence of turn-of-the-century mining is still around.  From the Stone House on Hwy 12 to the Melitta Inn on Melita Rd, residents live among the history of our county without even knowing it.  Stone pavers from the hills in Rincon Valley made up San Francisco streets and buildings.  For those who know where to look, the historic quarries in Rincon Valley can still be found.

State Parks:

There are 2 California State Parks in Rincon Valley and a 3rd about 20 minutes down Hwy 12.  Annadel State Park and Sugarloaf State Park are two of our park highlights.  Annadel is one of the best places to mountain bike north of Marin.  Sugarloaf has one of highest mountain peaks in Sonoma County with views looking to San Francisco with ample camping.  Jack London State Park is technically in Glen Ellen but is only a 15-minute drive down Hwy 12.  Its highlights are London's ranch, the ruins of Jack London's Wolf House, and the cottage he and his wife Charmian lived in.
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Lake Isanjo, the treasure of Annadel

County Parks:


Rincon Valley has 2 outstanding county parks:
Both are very different.  Spring Lake was originally developed in the 1960's to serve as a flood control project for the City of Santa Rosa.  It has continued to develop into one of the busiest parks in the regional park system.  Some of the activities there are:

Fishing
Boating
Walking
Jogging
Swimming
Par course
Camping
and more...

Hood Mountain is quite the opposite.  Some hiking trails and a couple of environmental campgrounds, but otherwise it's all nature.
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A hiker passes wildflowers on the Grandmother Tree trail in Hood Mt Regional Park

Elementary Education:

Most of the elementary schools are highly thought of in Rincon Valley, Austin Creek, Madrone, Whited, Sequoia, and Binkley.  The elementary schools fall under the authority of the Rincon Valley Unified School District.  

High School:
The high school, Maria Carrillo, is only a few years old and sits on the outskirts of Rincon Valley with beautiful views of the surrounding hills. There are a number of private elementary, charter and high schools.

Churches:

Rincon Valley has a handful of churches all within a short drive.  Lutheran, Catholic, Latter Day Saints are just a few of the 10 churches located in this part of town.  There is something for everybody looking for a place to worship.  

Businesses:

One of the nice things about Rincon Valley is that the businesses are smaller, and mostly family owned.  There are no big "box stores".  I believe the largest "chain" store is Safeway in the St. Francis Shopping Center.  Rincon Valley is serviced by two small to medium sized shopping centers, St. Francis, Monticeto.  In each, the anchor tenant is the supermarket.  Both are full of the usual businesses, barbers, hardware, ice cream, pizza, cleaners, etc. There are quaint, local services such as Rincon Valley Yard and Garden, Oliver's Market, and the Trail House.

Entertainment:

There are lots of things to do in and near Rincon Valley:
Wine Country Polo
Funky Friday
Montgomery Village Concerts Series
Dog-Friendly Wineries
Rincon Valley Dog Park Social
Swimming Lagoon
Vineyard Dog Walks

Thinking of relocating to the Northbay?  Consider Rincon Valley.  Rincon Valley is a beautiful place to live. It offers most services a person would want with a small town atmosphere.





I love living in Rincon Valley!  I've lived here since 1995 and can't imagine living in a better North Bay community.  Call me today if you're interested in buying a home in Rincon Valley, or if you'd like to list your Rincon Valley home for sale.  

Jim Cheney, Your Rincon Valley Realtor
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  • Saint Francis Property
  • Jim@StFrancisProperty.com
  • (707) 494-1055
  • Rincon Valley - Santa Rosa
  • Your Rincon Valley Realtor
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Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Montgomery Village Free Saturday Afternoon concerts

Rockin Montgomery Village




Most Saturday afternoons, you can catch a free show from a local Northbay band along with good food, beer and wine at Montgomery Village.

2018 summer line up:



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Popular "Super Diamond" performs for a Saturday afternoon crowd




I love living in Rincon Valley!  I've lived here since 1995 and can't imagine living in a better North Bay community.  Call me today if you're interested in buying a home in Rincon Valley, or if you'd like to list your Rincon Valley home for sale.  

Jim Cheney, Your Rincon Valley Realtor
  • Jim Cheney, Broker
  • Saint Francis Property
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  • (707) 494-1055
  • Rincon Valley - Santa Rosa
  • Your Rincon Valley Realtor
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