Hike with us
The Regional Parks feature more than
150 miles of trails. Join us on a guided hike or download a map and
explore on your own.
Plan an outing
Book a campsite
Campgrounds are open
year-round and feature plenty of sites on the Sonoma Coast and in the heart of
Bring your best friend
Dogs on leash are welcome
on nearly all trails. And on June 8, we're hosting another off-lease dog swim -
this time at Foothill Regional Park.
Go back in time
Learn about the history of Tolay
Lake Regional Park on a monthly outing into the hills of this special
Tolay Lake Park
The Sonoma Coast, the Russian River, the Sonoma Valley and other spectacular settings are yours to explore in the Regional Parks. Hike, camp, host a picnic, ride a bike, paddle a kayak, or simply take in the view. Whatever your idea of outdoor fun, you're sure to find it the Regional Parks.
Places to Go, Things to Do
- Find your next adventure
With more than 50 parks and
trails, the Regional Parks offer something for everyone. Discover the
landscapes of Sonoma County, from Petaluma to The Sea Ranch and Sonoma to
- Reserve a campsite
campgrounds along the Sonoma Coast and in the heart of Wine Country. In
fact, we have 268 sites to choose from, including spots for RVs or campers
seeking walk-in seclusion. Camping season will be here before you know it,
so reserve your spot today.
- Hit the trail - Hikers, bikers, riders welcome.
parks include more than 150 miles of trails leading to beaches,
mountains, forests, meadows and lakes. We have paved trails for
beginning hikers and cyclists, single-track paths for seasoned trekkers
and bikers, and well-maintained routes for horse and rider.
- Discover our newest parks
We're thrilled to
present the Laguna de Santa Rosa Trail near Sebastopol and Taylor
Mountain Regional Park and Open Space Preserve in Santa Rosa. Both
are centrally located and feature classic Sonoma County landscapes.
Parks Celebration 2013 brings you more than 60 events in Sonoma County parks and open spaces from Earth Day to Memorial Day!
- Campfire cooking
- Wilderness training
- Meet the sea creatures
- Laguna de Santa Rosa walk
- Nature hikes
- And lots more
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