• Stillwater Cove trail 1900

    Hike in the shade of coastal redwoods

  • Two children taking a nature walk at Spring Lake 1900

    Connect with nature on a family hike

  • Gualala Point Regional Park whale watchers 1900

    Discover the Sonoma County coast

Cyclists riding along Santa Rosa Creek Trail

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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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Spring Lake family canoeing

Ballot Measure Will Support Regional, City Parks

Voters this fall will have the opportunity to create a dedicated funding source for their Regional and city parks. The Board of Supervisors agreed Aug. 7 to place a 1/8-cent sales tax on the November ballot.

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Sonoma County 2018 Trails Challenge

Take the Trails Challenge

Join the Sonoma County Trails Challenge and see how far you'll go this summer. Hike 5 or more trails in the 2018 Trails Challenge guidebook and get a free T-shirt!

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Boys on float at water park

Spring Lake Water Park

Big summer fun is underway at Spring Lake's water park, where the floating playground, swimming lagoon, boat rentals and Otter Cafe are open daily. 

Make a splash

  • When: August 17, 2018 from 5:30 9:00 PM

    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.

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Latest News

  • Published on August 1, 2018

    Since many of our visitors are turning to inner tubes, we thought it was time to share the dos and don’ts of tubing the Russian River. Though there are several routes to float, the only suggested inner tube trip along the Russian River is the 2-mile stretch of water from Steelhead Beach to Sunset Beach.

  • Published on June 22, 2018

    The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors earlier this month approved a master plan for future public use and management of a 247-acre addition to the northwest edge of Hood Mountain.