Visit the Environmental Discovery Center for hands-on science fun Dec. 7. Science Saturday activities start on the hour at 1, 2 or 3 p.m. Join the experiment!
Science Saturday on Dec. 7
Think you know Spring Lake Regional Park? Join the Sonoma County Family YMCA walking group as it discovers some of the lesser-known features of this popular park.
Dec. 21 Walk
Sonoma County's parks are a destination for hiking, cycling,
kayaking, birding and other natural fun. Get active on your own or join a
guided outing. Come on out!
Discover, Play, Learn
With trails leading to beaches, mountains, forests, meadows and lakes, it's easy to discover why Sonoma County is so special. The parks feature trails for all types of adventurers, from paved paths for easy walks to wilderness trails for more strenuous treks. Join a guided outing or explore on your own.
Seeing Sonoma County from a bicycle is
a must-do. We have flat, paved routes perfect for families and
beginning cyclists and single-track trails to challenge
experienced off-road riders.
- Horseback Riding
The Regional Parks are horse
friendly, that's for sure. Equestrians are welcome on trails throughout
the county. Climb wooded mountains or gallop across sandy
Sonoma County is a
stopover for thousands of migratory birds, and the Regional Parks
provide abundant vantage points. Learn more about our bird-watching
- Boating, Paddling, and Fishing
Explore Sonoma County by water. We
have launches on lakes, the Russian River and along the coast and an
ocean marina in Bodega Harbor. Fresh and saltwater fishing options
Healdsburg Veterans Memorial Beach or the Spring Lake swimming
lagoon are the places to be on summer afternoons. Lifeguards and free
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