Junior Ranger Program

January 12, 2019 from 4:30 6:30 PM

Gualala Point Regional Park

42401 Coast Highway 1
Gualala, CA 95445
38.75912194, -123.5231194

Junior Ranger Program

Calling all nature-loving kids! Check out this interactive program where children ages 7-13 can grow their outdoor skills and learn about nature and the stewardship of our planet. Earn a badge after completing the program series. Bring a snack, sunscreen, weather-appropriate clothing, and wear comfortable shoes. Scout troops welcome!

For participants to earn their official Regional Parks' Junior Ranger badge and certification, children must complete the Junior Ranger Passport, which consists of earning two patches and attending two service days. The skill-building and natural exploration patches are earned by attending two of Junior Ranger programs that fall under that classification. 

Outdoor Skills: Building a Campfire

Saturday, February 23 • 3:30-5PM
Healdsburg Veterans Memorial Beach
Ranger Darren
Do you know how to safely build a campfire in a variety of ways? Learn tips and tricks to create an ideal scenario for a fun-filled campfire using different techniques and materials. Then, reward yourself with a roasted sweet treat over a fire. For more information, contact Ranger Darren by email at Darren.Davis@sonoma-county.org or by phone at (707) 433-1625.
Fee: $5; parking $7 or  free for Regional Parks members


Natural Exploration: Whale Watching

Saturday, January 12 • 4:30-6:30PM   
Gualala Point Regional Park - Visitor Center
Ranger Carson
Can you spot a whale as it swims by? Try out your spotting skills and learn about these giants of the sea and enjoy the sunset. Bring a jacket and snack along with binoculars if you have them. For more information, contact Ranger Carson by email at Carson.Hunter@sonoma-county.org or by phone at (707) 875-3540.
Fee: $5; parking $7 or free for Regional Parks members


Natural Exploration: Who's Here?

Thursday, December 6 • 4-5:30PM 
North Sonoma Mountain Regional Park 
Ranger Ilana 
Who’s been here? Be prepared to walk through mud and brush as we track critters that call this park their home, learn to spot animal signs and identify animal prints.  For more information, contact Ranger Ilana by email at Ilana.Stoelting@sonoma-county.org or by phone at (707) 539-8092.
Fee: $5; parking $7 or free for Regional Parks members

Visit Gualala Point Regional Park

Gualala Point Regional Park bench and view

Next to the Gualala River, this 195-acre park has open meadows mixed with coastal forest. Campground, trail system, coastal vistas and sandy beaches.