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  • Spring hillsides at Helen Putnam Regional Park 1900

    Soak up spring beauty on the edge of Petaluma 

  • Gualala Point Regional Park whale watchers 1900

    Watch for whales on the Sonoma County coast

  • Taylor Mountain Regional Park hikers 1900

    Hike among the oaks to spectacular views of Santa Rosa

Women with dog on Doran Beach

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An annual membership is the easiest, most affordable way to regularly enjoy Sonoma County's Regional Parks. Members get free parking, a free night of camping and other benefits. 

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Foothill hiker with dog

Spring Outings

From birdwatching to wildflower walks and paddleboarding to wildlife tracking, our spring activities guide offers dozens of ways to discover your parks.  

Get your activities guide

Spring Lake Regional Park cabin

Reserve a Campsite

Spring is a great time to reserve a summer campsite, like one of the new cabins at Spring Lake. Book now to enjoy a prime spot on the Sonoma Coast or in the heart of Wine Country.

Choose your campground

Yoga for Sonoma County's Nature Heals series

Nature Heals

Let nature soothe your body and mind in our new Nature Heals series. Try yoga, poetry, art and mindfulness exercises to deepen your connection to yourself and your parks. 

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  • When: April 21, 2018 from 9:00 AM 12:00 PM

    Maxwell Farms Regional Park and Larson Park
    Lend a hand to keep Sonoma Creek clean. Volunteers will remove litter from the park and the creek in honor of Earth Day 2018. Staff will provide tools, gloves, drinks, and snacks.

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  • Published on March 7, 2018

    Nature can be formidable and challenging, as the Sonoma County wildfires reminded us. But nature also can be a resource for health and healing. More and more, science bears that out. Reflecting on that evidence, Sonoma County Regional Parks is launching Nature Heals, free monthly sessions that support community wellness through yoga, art, poetry, and meditation in the parks.

  • Published on March 1, 2018

    The annual south-to-north Pacific gray whale migration hits its stride along the Sonoma Coast from late winter through spring. On this journey, whales travel from the warm birthing lagoons along the Baja Peninsula to the frigid feeding grounds of Alaska’s Bering Sea. 

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