Berryessa Snow Mountain Landscape

Berryessa Snow Mountain Landscape

The Berryessa Snow Mountain landscape lies between San Francisco and Sacramento in California’s Inner Coastal Range. The boundaries and the exact size and area are yet to be determined. However, our vision encompasses potentially as much as 500,000 acres – a largely undeveloped and diverse mosaic of public land.

This land is home to Tule Elk, Bald Eagles, and many other wildlife. The Putah and Cache Creek flow through the landscape providing water to the urban developments and agricultural land in the area. The land is owned publicly- government agencies and local jurisdictions- and privately- ranches and farms.
Recreational Opportunities

Hiking, Birdwatching, Horseback Riding.

Ownership for these lands are mixed public and private. For access to recreation opportunities contact:
Bureau of Land Management, Ukiah Field Office, (707) 468-4000
US Forest Service, Mendocino NF, (530) 934-3316

Seasons Accessible

All year.

Fees: none at this time.

ADA Accessibility Notes
There are some areas that can be accessed within ADA guidelines. Many areas are not.

For More Information, Contact:

Tuleyome
tuleyome.org
607 North Street , Woodland, CA 95695
(530) 350-2599

Berryessa Snow Mountain Landscape

607 North St, Woodland, CA 95695, USA