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  • Healdsburg Veterans Memorial Beach with spring flowers

Healdsburg Veterans Memorial Beach

13839 Old Redwood Highway, Healdsburg
  • Accessible Areas
  • Beaches
  • Paddling
  • Picnic Area
  • Swimming Lifeguarded

Healdsburg Veterans Memorial Beach offers a summer swimming beach on the Russian River as well as picnic areas, lawns, a par course, and restrooms. 

From July through Labor Day, a seasonal dam creates a calm swimming area just south of the historic, steel-truss Memorial Bridge, and the beach is staffed daily with lifeguards. The park also hosts the Healdsburg Water Carnival each July. 

Parking can fill by mid-day on summer weekends, and limited off-street parking is available nearby.

  • Beach wheelchairs are available upon request.
  • Leashed dogs are allowed on the lawn and in parking lot, but not on the beach or in the river. 
  • Alcohol is not allowed in this park.

  • When: July 2, 2018 at 9:00 AM

    Healdsburg Veterans Memorial Beach
    Monday, July 2 - Tuesday, July 3. 9AM-4PM
    THIS EVENT IS FULL

    Hey kids, have you ever wanted to learn how to kayak? This two-day kayak camp will give you the skills you need to take on bigger boating adventures on the river. Enjoy short paddles up the Russian River from Healdsburg Veterans Memorial Beach, play games and learn about the ecology of our beautiful water way. Ages 9 to 16.

  • When: July 9, 2018 at 9:00 AM

    Healdsburg Veterans Memorial Beach
    Monday, July 9 - Thursday, July 12. 9AM-4PM
    THIS EVENT IS FULL - ADD YOUR NAME TO THE WAITLIST

    Take a paddling trip from Del Rio Woods in Healdsburg to Steelhead Beach in Forestville. This four-day, 12-mile water trek will be interspersed with games, challenges, and learning about the ecology of the Russian River. Ages 9 and up.

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Park Information

Address

Healdsburg Veterans Memorial Beach

13839 Old Redwood Highway

Healdsburg, CA 95448
38.60366806, -122.8577761

Parking
$7 or free for members

Hours

7 AM minutes before sunset

Dogs
Allowed on leash in some areas

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