Jack London State Historic Park has two faces--there is the history and homes of Jack London, and then there is the land that drew him here. Beyond the museum and homes there is a full day of hiking through meadows, vineyards, orchards, and forests. For those wanting a lite stroll you can visit the Wolf House remains and picnic around the cottage. For a medium hike, setting aside a few hours, packing a bottle of water, and ready for a little upward walk I would recommend visiting the "lake". While the "lake" is less of a lake then it was in London's day the hike up there goes around the little cottage, past vineyards, and into beautiful redwoods. For those wanting a full days hike check out the map on the webpage below to find the path that's right for you. Enjoy the beauty of Sonoma County and Glen Ellen's Valley of the Moon.