• Women walking dogs along Gualala trail

Hiking Events

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Family Hikes

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


Winging It Wednesdays

Hunter Creek Trail
Enjoy leisurely bird walks for all levels of experience on the last Wednesday of every month. 


Nuestros Parques

Cloverdale River Park
Fun adventures in Spanish for the whole family! Explore different nature and cultural themes on a 2-3 mile walk, and then enjoy a potluck lunch together. 


Animal Tracking Basics

Doran Regional Park
Join us for a memorable morning following animal tracks along the beach! Learn to identify track & sign made by local species and discover how these clues tell a story about our wild friends. Meet at Cypress Day Use Area.


Eco-Access Hike

Cloverdale River Park
Get outdoors for an accessible hike for folks of all abilities and ages. We will learn about the different park habitats and participate in engaging nature observation activities.


Senior Saunters

Riverfront Regional Park
Enjoy leisurely walks with friendly, older adults. Explore plant and animal life, swap stories, and take a gentle 2-mile stroll along some of the county’s most accessible trails.


Fire Ecology & Firewood

Stillwater Cove Regional Park
Learn how Smokey Bear inspired fire suppression policies over the last century caused unprecedented build-up of fuels in California’s forests and find out how to harvest firewood in a sustainable way.


Bill and Dave Shiloh Ranch Hike

Join Bill and Dave Hikes for a moderate 6.5-mile, double-loop hike at Shiloh Ranch Regional Park in east Windsor. You’ll explore oak woodlands and views of the Santa Rosa plain and see how the landscape is regenerating after the wildfire.


Family Hikes

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


Wildfire Recovery & Rebirth

Sonoma Valley Regional Park
Discover how nature has responded and rebounded from wildfire. We will focus on how fire benefits the oak woodland ecosystem, and why we actually need fire in our forests.

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