Petaluma River Park will consist of three main sites.
North West Site
Most people will enter and exit the park from this side. Informational kiosks and way-finding signage are nearby to greet visitors. Oak, Willow, and Bay trees provide shade and section off an area for sculpture, picnics, etc.
North East Site
The outdoor amphitheater and sculpture site makes use of the rise in the landscape. Native Oak, Willow, and Bay trees provide shade and habitat. The ridge trail in the background gets the visitor to the highest part of the property for full views of the river and park. This will likely be a good spot for a small craft dock to be built during the restoration phase.
South East Site
The tip of the park will include Huru, a sculpture by Mark di Suvero on long term loan from a local family. This area is significantly eroded and seems to need restoration most urgently. Long views are preserved here and much of the field will remain unobstructed to allow for picnics and informal field games. This area may be a good spot for a small fishing dock.