SAN FRANCISCO - After $100,000 in renovations, the Milt Brandt Visitor Center is almost ready to be revealed to the public. As part of the renovation, the center hired a local artist, Marge Gray, to paint several murals depicting scenes around the lake and dam. Her first painting of the series is a large map of the area as seen from above.
“It will be the first thing that people will see coming into the visitor center,” said Gray. “They can find hiking trails, where they can go to camp and just many points of interest.”
Located at the entrance to Lake Sonoma and the Warm Springs Dam, the Milt Brandt Visitor Center is your source for information about the park. The center is currently closed due to renovation.
When open the center will have exhibits that explain the cultural and natural history of the Dry Creek Valley. Campfire programs, Junior Rangers, water safety programs, and tours of the fish hatchery are some of the audiovisual and ranger-led programs offered at the visitor center.
Call the Visitor Center staff for more information at (707) 431-4533. Hours of operation vary, so please call ahead to check days and times of operation.