Spring Lake Regional Park - Shady Oaks Picnic Area
Birds of a feather will flock together! Marvel at springtime bird behaviors—nesting, foraging, singing—of our resident and migratory avian friends.
Foothill Regional Park
This event has been cancelled.
Spring into your stride with a new beginning trail running series! Join friends on 2-3.5 mile runs on mostly level terrain. Learn trail running techniques, safety tips, and warm up and warm down strategies.
Stillwater Cove Regional Park - Day Use Area
How are humans like a forest? Enjoy a guided easy to moderate hike into a pristine coastal forest along a riparian corridor. Investigate what constitutes a healthy forest ecosystem, and how that corresponds to our own lives.
Ragle Ranch Regional Park
Enjoy leisurely bird walks for all levels of experience on the last Wednesday of every month.
Tolay Lake Regional Park
Please join us to commemorate the opening of Tolay Lake Regional Park. We will acknowledge the many contributions that created Sonoma County's largest park and celebrate the parkland's past, present and future with hikes, cultural demonstrations, farm activities, food, music and more.
Junior Ranger Program at Shiloh Ranch Regional Park
Have you ever seen a campfire turn different colors? Ranger Bill has some tricks up his sleeves and is ready to show you how they’re done.
West County Regional Trail - Meet at 6990 Front Street in Forestville
Enjoy leisurely walks with friendly, older adults. Explore plant and animal life, swap stories, and take a gentle 2-mile stroll along some of the county’s most accessible trails.
Spring Lake Regional Park - Oak Knolls Picnic Area
Are you an experienced trail runner or looking for a family-friendly footrace? Choose from a half marathon, 10K or 5k and join us at Spring Lake.
Hood Mountain Regional Park - Pythian Trailhead
The parks in spring are a remarkable sight, and we hope you’ll get out to enjoy Mother Nature’s show with our Wildflower Wanderings series. Explore the Wonders of the Wild on this 14-mile hike to the top of Hood Mountain and Gunsight Rock and back.
Hood Mountain Regional Park - Pythian Road Parking Lot
Explore wonderful dog-friendly trails. You will learn about natural history of our area while picking up trash and pruning back or removing invasive plants that disrupt the ecosystem.