• Women walking dogs along Gualala trail

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Nuestros Parques

Bird Walk Coastal Access Trail
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.

Mark West Regional Park & Preserve Preview Days

This event is full.If you signed up for the shuttle service, please plan to drive to the park instead. We will not have shuttles available on Dec. 14.  We apologize for any inconvenience.Explore the future Mark West Creek Regional Park & Preserve during monthly “park preview” days from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the second Saturday of each month beginning July 13, 2019. You’re invited to hike the trails and roads on some of the 1,200 acres making up the parkland.

Winter Family Bird Walk

Spring Lake Regional Park - Shady Oaks Picnic Area
One bird, two bird, black bird, blue bird – let’s see how many species we can find. Join Regional Parks and Madrone Audubon Society for an easy 1-mile stroll around Spring Lake in search of our feathered winter residents. 

Solstice Night Hike

Helen Putnam Regional Park
This event is full.
Join us for a nocturnal walk to celebrate the first day of winter on the shortest day of the year.  

Hiking for Health & Hilarity

Taylor Mountain Regional Park - Kawana Terrace Entrance
Start off your morning with picturesque Sonoma County views! These 4- to 5- mile hikes with inclines are perfect for seasoned hikers or those looking for a challenge.

Newt Commute

Spring Lake Regional Park - Shady Oaks Picnic Area
Join us for a family-friendly walk to frog pond to observe newts on their impressive annual journey.

Bill and Dave Hood Mountain Hike

Hood Mountain Regional Park - Los Alamos Road Entrance
Explore the Lawson addition and surrounding trails while learning a little of the history about the site on a moderately strenuous hike.

Family Hikes at Spring Lake

Spring Lake Regional Park - Environmental Discovery Center
Explore the park in your own backyard while learning about the creatures of Spring Lake and our community.

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