Doran Regional Park - Bird Walk Access Trail
Can you identify the myriad of overwintering birds in Sonoma County? Enjoy leisurely bird walks for all levels of experience on the last Wednesday of every month. These outings are designed especially for older adults and their friends to enjoy nature and each other’s company. Wheelchair accessible.
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.
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.
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.
Stillwater Cove Regional Park
Hike half a mile through a redwood forest down to the water at low tide. Learn about the seaweeds that provide food for the ocean’s creatures. Learn to gather seaweed safely and responsibly, then stay after the hike for a taste of seaweed soup.
Spring Lake Regional Park
Start the New Year off with a magical adventure to frog pond. Explore this special habitat used by California newts each winter to meet mates and lay eggs.
Doran Regional Park - Mobile Amphitheater
Have you ever witnessed the beach disappear with an extreme high tide? Watch the majestic Pacific Ocean as the planets and tides align to create a “king” tide and the subsequent extreme low tide on this short family walk for all ages.
Explore your parks and nature through books! Join us for bilingual songs, nature stories and nature themed crafts for children ages 3-5 and accompanying adults. Wheelchair accessible. Call (707) 565-7888 for information.
Cloverdale River Regional Park
Join us for Nuestros Parques, Spanish-language nature hikes in the Sonoma County Regional Parks. A bilingual naturalist leads these free, family walks on the first Saturday of each month. On this hike, we'll learn about plants and animals and discover why time outdoors is good for our bodies and minds. Wheelchair accessible.
Spring Lake Regional Park – Environmental Discovery Center
Make your own paper plate marble maze. This STEM based activity will inspire your junior engineer as they design their own miniature marble mazes out of household items. Join us for an A-MAZE-ingly fun time! Wheelchair accessible. Parking fee may apply.