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  • Spring Lake runners with fall foliage 1900

    Take a run or find a bench among the reds, golds and greens of the season.

  • Spring Lake kayakers in fall 1900

    Paddle a kayak for some offshore wildlife viewing.

Santa Rosa Creek Trail walkers

Give the Gift of Parks

Giving a parks gift membership is like wrapping a bow around Doran Beach, Spring Lake, and more than 50 other parks and delivering a year of outdoor adventures to the special people on your holiday list. 

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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.

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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: December 21, 2017 from 1:00 5:00 PM
    Spring Lake Regional Park - Environmental Discovery Center
    Have you ever wondered how other countries celebrate the shortest day of the year? Why is the winter solstice so special to so many around the world? Make winter inspired crafts and hike to Spring Lake to see what the beginning of winter looks like in our own backyard.
  • When: December 23, 2017 from 10:00 11:30 AM

    North Sonoma Mountain Regional Park
    Redwood forests come alive in the winter! Meander through the redwood groves to learn about the tallest trees in the world. How have these giants adapted to survive? Who calls them home? Who are their neighbors? What can we do to ensure they thrive? Come find out during this interactive, bilingual (Spanish/English) family program.

  • When: December 30, 2017 from 10:00 AM 12:00 PM
    Crane Creek Regional Park
    Demystify the edible, medicinal, and magical world of plants. Explore and identify the wild food and medicine growing beneath our feet and alongside our trails. Meet at the bike rack.
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