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From our Nature Heals series to Summer Camps, view our calendar of events by activity

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VoCal Trail Weekend at Hood Mountain

Hood Mountain Regional Park - Pythian Road entrance
Volunteer one day or the entire weekend, May 18-20, with Regional Parks staff and Volunteers for Outdoor California. The project will involve rerouting approximately.3 miles of the Nattkemper Trail at Hood Mountain.


Vamos a Nadar

Ridgway Pool, Santa Rosa
Regional Parks invites Sonoma County residents to 'Let's Go Swimming' events from April to June 2018.


Animal Tracking and Bird Language

Shiloh Ranch Regional Park
Tune your ear to the conversations of the birds and learn to identify signs of local animal species. Discover how these clues tell a story about our wild friends on this easy-paced 2-mile walk.


Nature Heals: Yoga Under the Oaks

Shiloh Ranch Regional Park
Stretch, breathe, and ground yourself alongside the mighty oaks that survived the wildfires. This will be a restorative program for all experience levels and ages. Bring a yoga mat or towel for your comfort.


Introduction to Stand-Up Paddleboarding

Spring Lake Regional Park - Swimming Lagoon Boat Rentals
Have you ever wanted to stand-up paddleboard, but you don’t know how? Join expert instructors for this introductory experience.


Nature Heals: Poetry for the People

Sonoma Valley Regional Park
Express yourself through written word during an interactive poetry workshop with award-winning poet and community organizer, Ernesto Garay.


Hidden Trail Treasures

Wohler Bridge River Access
Journey along the path less travelled this spring! Discover new scenery along rushing waterways and in rural settings, while observing signs of wildlife on these invigorating walks.


Seaweed and Sea Vegetables: Who Eats What?

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!


Winging It Wednesdays

Coastal Prairie Trail - Bodega Bay Community Center
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.


Trails for Tots

Larson Park
Join us for a morning of fun and learning at this bilingual, outdoor program designed for children ages 3-4 with an adult.

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