Steamer Landing Park

Steamer Landing Park, located on the McNear Peninsula in the center of town, is one of Petaluma's true "hidden gems". Established as a public park in 1996, Steamer Landing is made up of 9.7 acres and is best known as the location of several beloved/annual summertime events, including "Rivertown Revival" and the "Transhumance Festival". It's also considered the home of "Friends of the Petaluma River", a non-profit that is focused on celebrating and maintaining the Petaluma River Watershed. The park's most recognizable feature is the David Yearsley River Heritage Center, a red barn (formerly a livery stable) that's both fascinating and hard to miss.

Location: 6 Copeland Street, Petaluma, CA, 94952

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