The Sonoma Creek Watershed is a 166-square-mile valley 45 miles north of San Francisco, Northern California, USA.
The Sonoma Creek Watershed includes: Carriger Creek, Fowler Creek, Champlin Creek, Rodgers Creek, Felder Creek, Lewis Creek, Yulupa Creek, Bear Creek, Calabazas Creek, Nathanson Creek, Schell Creek, Dowdall Creek, Asbury Creek, Arroyo Seco.
The Sonoma Valley is part of the Sonoma Creek watershed. It is a beautiful, mostly rural watershed with the finest parks, forests, and vineyards. Sonoma Creek is home to a run of endangered steelhead trout, as well as California freshwater shrimp and Chinook salmon.