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Things to Do at Spring Lake


Spring Lake's 31 campsites are set in a lovely oak woodland above the lake. Camping here offers a wilderness experience near city conveniences and easy access to Sonoma County's Wine Country. Tent, trailer, RV and cabin campers are welcome. Read more


Spring Lake trails include an easy 2.3-mile paved route as well as miles of unpaved trails weaving through the park. Walkers, hikers, trail runners, and mountain bikers can extend their adventures on connecting trails in Trione-Annadel State Park and the city of Santa Rosa's Howarth Park. 


Spring Lake offers numerous picnic tables with barbecue grills throughout the park as well as five group picnic areas available for reservation at (707) 565-2041.


Spring Lake's swimming lagoon is open daily Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day. The lagoon features a floating, inflatable play zone as well as areas for recreational swimming, picnicking and sunbathing. Read more

Environmental Discovery Center

The Environmental Discovery Center at Spring Lake is a natural history center featuring hands-on displays and exhibits for children and families. Read more


Spring Lake is a 72-acre reservoir open for boating (electric motors only) and kayaking, canoeing, and paddle boarding. A year-round boat ramp is accessed from the Newanga Avenue entrance. Summer paddle rentals are available via the Violetti Road entrance.


Large-mouth bass, sunfish and catfish can be caught year-round at Spring Lake. A California fishing license is required for fishermen 16 and older.

Park Information


7 AM to sunset

Allowed on leash, except on swimming beach



  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

$7 or free for members

Spring Lake Regional Park

393 Violetti Road

Santa Rosa, CA 95409
38.454918, -122.648281
Reserve a campsite


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