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Ride the river shuttle

Ride the River Shuttle

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Tubing the Russian River - how to plan a float trip

How to plan a Russian River tubing trip

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Biker on the West County Trail

Hike or bike Sonoma County’s scenic West County Trail

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Spring Lake Water Park

Get your splash on at Spring Lake

Spring Lake Regional Park's swimming lagoon, floating Water Park and kayak and paddleboard rentals open Memorial Day weekend. Park playground and part obstacle course, the inflatable, floating Water Park is for kids and adults who like to make a splash – and a hop, flip and a jump! Tickets are $10 for a two-hour session, and reservations are encouraged.

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Wright Hill Regional Park and Open Space Preserve

Public input sought for Wright Hill Regional Park and Open Space Preserve

We're creating a master plan to guide the future recreation opportunities, educational uses and land management at Wright Hill Regional Park and Open Space Preserve on the Sonoma Coast. This park is not yet open to the public, and we need your input to shape its development. Please take a quick online survey by July 31 and share your feedback on trail design, camping options and access for dogs, equestrians and cyclists.

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Healdsburg Veterans Memorial Beach

Russian River peak season parking fees

Effective July 1, 2024, the parking fee at Russian River beaches will increase from $7 to $10 for the summer peak season. Parks with peak season parking fees are Cloverdale River Park, Del Rio Woods Regional Park, Healdsburg Veterans Memorial Beach, Riverfront Regional Park, Steelhead Beach and Sunset Beach. Parking remains free for Sonoma County Regional Parks members.

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Please use dog waste bags to pack out your pets poop.

How to pack out your pet’s poop

There is no dog poop fairy, so don’t leave pet poop behind to be someone else’s mess. Pet waste contains harmful bacteria that can contaminate the natural environment if it isn't disposed of properly. Learn how to practice this important Leave No Trace principle when hiking with your dog. 

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Family Bird Watching

Connect with nature

Join us for guided hikes, bird walks, kids activities, volunteer projects and other group outings in the parks.

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Spring Lake

Park ranger program

The County has proposed a change to the training, hiring requirements and penal code status of park rangers and the establishment of a parks law enforcement unit. See the answers to frequently asked questions to learn more.  

Ranger FAQs