Hood Mountain Regional Park - Los Alamos Road
Please join Bill & Dave Hikes for an informative hike within the extreme northern part of Hood Mountain Regional Park and the McCormick addition of Sugarloaf Ridge State Park. This moderately strenuous 6.5-mile hike, with 1,000 feet of elevation gain, will highlight Homestead Meadow near the Santa Rosa Creek crossing, Grandmother Tree within McCormick, and the former Spaulding property, which is now a part of Hood Mountain Regional Park.
Spring Lake Regional Park - Environmental Discovery Center
Birds of a feather will flock together? This family bird walk is for folks who enjoy wildlife watching, learning new skills, and meeting other outdoor enthusiasts.
Shiloh Ranch Regional Park
Create outdoors shelters to improve your wilderness skills or backyard adventures. Learn basic knots, create tarp shelters, and discuss other shelters for outdoor settings.
This event has been canceled.
Doran Park - Cypress Day Use Area
Shellfish are an important link to Bodega Bay’s fishing industry and play vital roles in the marine food web and ecosystem. Learn about these gastropods, the history of clamming in Bodega Bay, dig some up for yourself, and stay for a clam centered meal!
Crane Creek Regional Park
Enjoy leisurely bird walks for all levels of experience on the last Wednesday of every month. These outings are designed especially for older adults and their friends to enjoy nature and each other’s company.
Shiloh Ranch Regional Park
How are the parks recovering from the Sonoma County wildfires? Join a Regional Parks naturalist on a moderate-level 4-mile hike in Shiloh Ranch Regional Park southeast of Windsor.
Ragle Ranch Regional Park
Can you imagine living under a dark, damp fallen tree? Who would your neighbors be? Get up-close and personal with these critters while investigating park micro-habitats. Interactive stories and games included for children ages 5-12 accompanied by an adult.
Spring Lake Regional Park Group Campground - Newanga Entrance
Join us for a fun evening of culture and nature under the full moon. Join us for folk stories about nature and the splendors of spring, a twilight walk, and gather around a warm fire for s’mores! Bring poems, songs, and stories to share. This will be a bilingual program (Spanish/English).
Stillwater Cove Regional Park
Learn about seaweeds and the animals that eat them on a half-mile walk to the cove. Then, try some seaweed soup if you are hungry!
Santa Rosa Creek Trail
Do leisurely walks with friendly older adults who love the outdoors sound enticing? Join us as we stroll along the Santa Rosa Creek Trail, while we explore signs of wildlife on an urban fringe. We’ll meet at "A Place to Play Park" on West Third Street. Wheelchair accessible.