Sanborn County Park
Sanborn County Park is within Santa Cruz mountains and has over 3,688 highly forested acres. At the Sanborn Road main entrance, there is a one mile nature trail that offers examples of the flora and fauna diversity in the park. There are over 15 miles of trails for hikers. There is another entrance at the Lake Ranch Trailhead off of Bear Creek Road that offers a shaded, easy, flat hike to Ranch Lake. There are multiple restrooms available at the main entrance but none at Lake Ranch.
Dogs must be on a 6 feet or less in length leash with the exception of two trails that lead into Castle Rock State Park.
8 a.m. until sunset
There is a parking fee (disabled is free).
Yes, a majority of facilities are accessible. There are multiple wheelchair accessible trails in the park.
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Address16055 Sanborn Road
There are multiple parking areas at the Sanborn entrance to the park and there is limited parking available on Bear Creek Rd and Skyline Blvd entrances.
Phone: 408-867-9959 or (408) 355-2200