All parks are open. Social distancing and face coverings are required. Playgrounds, the Spring Lake swimming lagoon and other group facilities remain closed. Campgrounds are now open and camping reservations reopen July 2. Reservations are required. First-come, first-served campsites are not available.
Covid-19 Parks Status Updates
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Do your part to protect yourself and others when visiting parks during the Covid-19 health emergency. Watch this video to learn about social distancing, face covering requirements and trail guidelines for visitors.
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We have an updated field guide to help you learn more about your local wildflowers. Download this easy-to-use-guide to your phone, and take it along on your next hike.
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We have new virtual programs to help you stay connected to nature, learn something new and share a laugh. Join us for webinars on local wildlife and natural history, download critter coloring pages or share your nearby nature discoveries.
We’re going live! This summer, join us Wednesdays for fun, short science spiels as we share a little about who and what make our parks home. Tune in, start a watch party, and have fun learning about our awesome parks.
Spring Lake Regional ParkThis event is full.Enjoy a leisurely paddle through Spring Lake Regional Park while checking out local flora and fauna. Participants will learn various techniques in order to paddle across Spring Lake. All equipment will be provided!
A new health order, slated to go into effect at 12:01 a.m. Friday, June 19, relaxes more restrictions and allows more businesses and activities to resume.
Due to impacts of the Covid-19 health emergency and projections for reduced river flows, Sonoma County Regional Parks will not install the summer dam on the Russian River at Healdsburg Veterans Memorial Beach.