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Surf Camp

Doran Regional Park - Cypress Day Use
Monday, July 22 - Thursday, July 25. 9AM-2PM
This camp is full.

Catch some waves with us! For this camp, our expert lifeguards will create a safe and rewarding ocean experience. Campers ages 10 to 14 spend days on the water surfing, learn rescue techniques and basic first aid and CPR, and more!

Sea Squirts Summer Camp

Doran Regional Park - Cypress Day Use
Monday, July 22 - Thursday, July 25. 9AM-2PM

This summer, your young sea squirt can explore the wonders of the ocean from the safety of the shore. With joy and curiosity, campers ages 5 to 9 will play in the sand, make new friends, and learn about coastal ecology through hands-on exploration.

Family Farm Chores

Tolay Lake Regional Park
This event is full.
Do you have children who love animals? Need a goat fix? Have you always wanted your own horse? Come help feed our goats, chickens, and resident superstar, Pete, the mini horse. 

Beachside Campfire Program

Doran Regional Park - Jetty Campground Amphitheater
Join us for an interactive campfire program to learn about topics ranging from local animal habits to the area’s cultural history.

Spring Lake Campfire

Spring Lake Regional Park Campground
Campers are invited to a campfire program exploring the diverse ecosystems of Spring Lake. Through hands-on, family oriented activities, discover the wonders of local flora and fauna within the park.

Garden & Land Stewards

Maddux Ranch Regional Park - Larkfield Community Garden
Share your love for local food at the Larkfield Community Garden and Learning Center. Volunteer workdays are a fun and healthy way for the family to learn organic gardening skills and land stewardship on the third Saturday of each month. 

Invasive Plant Removal

Doran Regional Park
Lend a helping hand for Bodega Bay’s wetlands by removing invasive ice plant. Removing ice plant allows native, endangered plants to repopulate the area and wildlife to thrive. 

Examining the Past & Present: People Places & Parks

Helen Putnam Regional Park
Investigate the park’s cultural history during a scavenger hunt revealing what the landscape looked like prior to Spanish/Mexican settlements, learn about the Coast Miwok, take a journey back in time to Vallejo’s ranches and begin to unearth our roots. 

Funky Fridays

Hood Mountain Regional Park
Enjoy live music from some of the best bands in Northern California at this popular outdoor concert series that supports Regional Parks.

Community Work Day

Andy's Unity Park
Do you want to build community and give back? Volunteers are needed to help weed, mulch, plant and maintain this special park and community garden.

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2300 County Center Drive
Suite 120A
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
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The Regional Parks feature year-round campgrounds on the beautiful Sonoma Coast and in the heart of Wine Country.