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Swimming Lagoon at Spring Lake

Spring Lake features a summer swimming lagoon that includes a floating water park and areas for recreational swimming. The lagoon also features a sandy beach, lawns shaded by redwoods, picnic sites and a seasonal cafe.

The Water Park

Boy jumping into lagoon at Water ParkThe Spring Lake swimming lagoon is home to an inflatable water park with floating slides, climbing walls, bridges, balance beams, jumps, and trampolines. The play zone is open 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day. Admission is $10 per person, with season passes available. Children must be 6 or older and 42 inches or taller and know how to swim. Learn more about the water park

Swimming

Boy with ball swimming in lagoonThe Spring Lake swimming lagoon also provides room for free swim and lap swims in an open-water setting staffed with lifeguards. Swimming hours are 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day. Admission is free. Tube and life vest rentals are available. The lagoon is filtered, chlorinated and tested regularly to ensure it exceeds water-quality standards.

Water Bark Dog Swim

Black and white dog at Water BarkThe Spring Lake swimming lagoon each September hosts a multi-weekend off-leash dog party known as the Water Bark. Upon the close of the summer swim season, dog owners are invited to let their pets swim and play in the lagoon before it is drained for the year. Water Bark 2018 dates are xxxx.

Park Information

Hours

7 AM to sunset

Dogs
Allowed on leash, except on swimming beach

Address

Entrances:

  1. South Entrance
    Campground and boat launch
    5585 Newanga Avenue, Santa Rosa
  2. North Entrance
    Swimming lagoon, boat rentals and Environmental Discovery Center
    393 Violetti Road, Santa Rosa

Parking
$7 or free for members

Spring Lake Regional Park

393 Violetti Road

Santa Rosa, CA 95409
38.454918, -122.648281
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