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Fogata Bajo Las Estrellas

Spring Lake Regional Park, Newanga entrance, group campsite
Join us for a fun evening of culture and nature under a star-filled sky. Drop by for folklore stories about nature, a twilight walk and gather around a warm fire for s’mores!

I Like to Bike, with Sonoma County Bike Coalition

Spring Lake Regional Park, Violetti Road entrance
Have you been wanting to checkout more bike trails and work on your biking skills? Well here’s the perfect opportunity join staff and the Sonoma County Bike Coalition for a family friendly bike ride. Participants will learn about bike safety, where they can bike and participate in a ride, of course!

Little Parkies

Doran Regional Park
Eager to enjoy the outdoors with your little ones in a new way? On this half-day program, we will provide a fun and educational morning for children ages 4-6 and their families. We’ll engage in exploratory walkabouts in the park, hands-on learning, nature-based games, and unique crafts to take home.

Creek Clean Up

Maxwell Farms Regional Park and Larson Park 
More than half a mile of Sonoma Creek flows through Maxwell Farms Regional Park and Larson Park. This creek is important habitat for Coho Salmon, running from the Mayacamas Mountains to the San Pablo Bay. Regional Parks is inviting the community to help us remove litter and other debris from this important watershed. 

Junior Ranger: Skills - DIY Fishing Skills

Spring Lake Regional Park, Newanga Entrance Boat Launch
Calling all nature-loving kids! Check out this interactive series where kids grow their outdoor skills and help steward the earth. Youth ages 7-13 will explore regional parks with a ranger and park staff. 

Gettin’ Crafty in Nature for Teens

Spring Lake Regional Park, Violetti Road entrance
Do you love to make art? How about bonding by creating art while in a park? Well then, be sure to mark your calendars for one or all of these crafting adventures! Participants will learn how to make a variety of crafts, which they are welcome to take home.

Senior Paddle

Spring Lake Regional Park - Violetti Road entrance
Let's paddle! We're calling all seniors to join us for this special kayak exploration of Spring Lake's aquatic ecosystem. We will experience a peacefully paced paddle around the lake, taking time to socialize while being distanced out on the water. 

Family Fun Hike

Bird Walk Coastal Access Trail
“We are family! I’ve got my boots and binoculars with me!” Drop by with your friends and family to explore in our parks together. Meet other families, make new friends, and together we can use our senses to notice the seasonal wonder and unique experiences waiting for us. 

Stand Up Paddle Boarding 101

Spring Lake Regional Park - Violetti Road entrance
Stand-up paddleboarding gives you a unique view of the lake to observe wildlife you might not be able to view from the shore. Join us for an exhilarating experience learning how to paddleboard, while viewing and learning about local flora and fauna. 

Junior Rangers: Nature Exploration - Praying Mantis Expedition

Laguna de Santa Rosa Trail - Highway 12 Entrance
Calling all nature lovin’ kids! Checkout this, interactive program where youth grow their outdoor skills and stewardship of the earth. Youth ages 7-13 will have the opportunity to explore our county’s parks with a different ranger each month.

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Sonoma County
Regional Parks

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8 AM - 5 PM Monday - Friday

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10 AM - 3 PM


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2300 County Center Drive
Suite 120A
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
38.462126, -122.725431

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