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  • Spring hillsides at Helen Putnam Regional Park 1900

    Take a hike along the rolling green hills, blooming from an early spring. 

  • Couple with dog at Doran Beach 1900

    Enjoy the beach with that special someone.

2018 at sunrise in a park

New Year, New Members

Did you get a Regional Parks membership as a holiday gift? Activate your membership online to start exploring the parks in 2018 with free parking and other member benefits. 

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Tidepool talk at Doran Regional Park

Join Us for Winter Outings

Our winter guide brings together dozens of seasonal activities. Chose from new offerings like waterfowl photography, crabbing lessons, and back-country sheltering or favorites like bird walks and family hikes.

Download your activities guide

Spring Lake Regional Park cabin

Reserve a Campsite

Winter is prime time to reserve a summer campsite, like one of the new cabins at Spring Lake. Reserve now and claim a sweet spot in June, July or August.

Choose your campground

Laguna de Santa Rosa Trail in January

Take a Hike

One of the special things about winter hiking is the show in the sky. Whether a storm is approaching, clouds are clearing, or the setting sun casts an orange glow, the season's sky can be breathtaking.

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  • When: February 19, 2018 from 9:00 AM 12:00 PM

    Crane Creek Regional Park
    Regional parks is seeking volunteers to assist with removal of old fencing within Crane Creek Regional Park. The fencing is in poor condition, will not be used for upcoming grazing, and poses an entanglement hazard to wildlife. 

  • When: February 24, 2018 from 11:00 AM 1:00 PM

    Stillwater Cove Regional Park
    Learn about seaweeds and the animals that eat them on a half-mile walk to the cove. Then, try some seaweed soup if you are hungry!

  • When: February 25, 2018 from 10:00 AM 12:00 PM

    North Sonoma Mountain Regional Park
    Can you imagine life as wild animal? Where might you sleep? What might you eat? Unravel the mysteries of wildlife by uncovering the clues they leave behind on this 1-2 mile hike for 3-7 year olds accompanied by an adult.

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