Anderson Marsh State Historic Park offers hiking trails through an area that preserves Pomo Indian archaeological sites, varied wildlife habitats, and the 19th century Anderson Ranch. The park is on route 53 between Route 20 and 29. Call the park for operating hours, which may vary with volunteer availability. Phone (707) 279-2267.
Anderson Flats Trail is a trail through the marsh that is accessible for about 0.3 mile.
Cache Creek Nature Trail is a trail through grassland and riparian habitats that is accessible for about 0.5 mile.
Both trailheads, an accessible portable toilet, and potable water (from a hose bib) are at the parking lot at the Anderson Ranch House. The parking lot is unpaved but is generally firm, level, and stable in dry weather. A generally accessible portable toilet may be reachable over dirt and dry lawn in dry weather.
Ranch House: Slopes, threshold rises, somewhat narrow doors and limited turning space may require some assistance, but many persons may be able to enter the historic ranch house, which is shown by guided tour when volunteers are available.
South Barn Interpretive Room: This room may be used for group presentations. Path of travel and entrance are accessible. The interior is generally accessible.