Sonoma Valley Regional Park
Regional Parks will join thousands of organizations nationwide by hosting a project in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. This year’s day of service will be Regional Parks’ first public workday since the Nuns Fire burned through Sonoma Valley in early October, and features projects directly related to fire damage repair at Sonoma Valley Regional Park.
Shiloh Ranch Regional Park
Can you imagine life as wild animal? Where might you sleep? What might you eat? Unravel the mysteries of wildlife by uncovering the clues they leave behind on this 1-2 mile hike for 3-7 year olds accompanied by an adult.
Ragle Ranch Regional Park
Calling all hikers, scouts, and youth program leaders! We will go over Leave No Trace Principles, tips for safely experiencing the outdoors in inclement weather, plants and animals to avoid, and outdoor injury prevention.
Spud Point Marina
Would you like to learn how to recreationally crab for fun and food? This introductory clinic will include basic crab catching techniques, cleaning, preparation, and finally cooking.
Sonoma Valley Regional Park – Highway 12 Entrance
Do leisurely walks with friendly older adults who love the outdoors sound enticing? Stroll along some of the most accessible paved trails, while we explore seasonal signs of wildlife. Wheelchair accessible. Parking $7 or free for Regional Parks members. For more information, call (707) 565-2041.
Tolay Lake Regional Park
Learn to identify tracks of local species and discover how these clues tell a story about our wild friends on this easy-paced 2 mile walk.
Spring Lake Regional Park – Environmental Discovery Center
Make your own paper plate marble maze. This STEM based activity will inspire your junior engineer as they design their own miniature marble mazes out of household items. Join us for an A-MAZE-ingly fun time! Wheelchair accessible. Parking fee may apply.
Cloverdale River Regional Park
Join us for Nuestros Parques, Spanish-language nature hikes in the Sonoma County Regional Parks. A bilingual naturalist leads these free, family walks on the first Saturday of each month. On this hike, we'll learn about plants and animals and discover why time outdoors is good for our bodies and minds. Wheelchair accessible.
Explore your parks and nature through books! Join us for bilingual songs, nature stories and nature themed crafts for children ages 3-5 and accompanying adults. Wheelchair accessible. Call (707) 565-7888 for information.
Doran Regional Park - Mobile Amphitheater
Have you ever witnessed the beach disappear with an extreme high tide? Watch the majestic Pacific Ocean as the planets and tides align to create a “king” tide and the subsequent extreme low tide on this short family walk for all ages.