Lower Lake - Anderson Marsh State Historic Park

8825 Highway 53
Lower Lake, California 95457
Lake County
Website
Phone: 707-279-2267

Home to the Pomo Indians for over 10,000 years, this 1,000+ acre park consists of hundreds of acres of Tule Marsh, which is home to a wide variety of animals and quite a few bird species that visit throughout the year.  There are also historical buildings in the park that played a significant role in the history of the area. 
The walking trail here is pretty incredible and popular.  It takes you through the marsh and major areas of the park.  You can use it to exercise or find a quiet place to relax and take in the sights and sounds of the natural area. 

How to get there:
There are a few ways to get there depending on your starting point.  Check out the map for your best route.  Parking is along Anderson Ranch Parkway which is on the south side of the park.
More info:
For more information on Anderson Marsh Historic State Park, visit its Website
Other things to do in the area:
While in Lower Lake, visit the Historic Schoolhouse Museum.  To the east in Kelseyville, Clear Lake State Park will put you lakeside with lots of fun stuff to do.  If you're looking to do a little wine tasting, check out the wineries in Clearlake Oaks or Kelseyville.
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