California buttercups

Get Your Wildflower Guide

Spring wildflowers are blooming, and we have a field guide to help you learn more about your local flowers. Download this easy-to-use-guide to your phone, and take it along on your next hike.

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Helen Putnam in spring

Parks Access

Covid-19: Social distancing and face coverings are required. Group facilities are closed. Campgrounds reopen Feb. 1. First-come, first-served campsites are not available. Wildfire: Hood Mountain Regional Park is closed due to wildfire damage.

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Ranger safety video

Pandemic Safety Message from Rangers

Park rangers provide guidance on how to keep yourself and others safe when visiting parks during the pandemic. Watch this video to see how daily operations have changed and learn about social distancing, face covering requirements and trail guidelines for visitors. 

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House Finch

Nearby Nature Sonoma County

We have 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.

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  • When: March 2, 2021 from 3:00 4:00 PM

    Kids, ages 6-12, come explore and learn about different local habitats through art. Join us in experimenting with a variety of art mediums and techniques while creating beautiful masterpieces in the comfort of your own home during this three-week virtual art series.

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Latest News

  • Published on February 2, 2021

    Sonoma County Regional Parks has constructed and opened a nature-inspired outdoor play area where kids and families can connect with the natural world at Taylor Mountain Regional Park and Open Space Preserve.

  • Published on January 7, 2021

    One of the best things about living in Sonoma County is the moderate weather. Except for days with heavy rains, hiking here can be a year-round pleasure. From the Sonoma Valley to Sonoma Coast, here are some of our favorite winter hikes.

  • Published on December 30, 2020

    The Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District (Ag + Open Space), a special district dedicated to protecting our working and natural lands forever, transferred ownership of a 335-acre coastal property to Sonoma County Regional Parks. This land, known as Carrington Coast Ranch, will eventually open to the public as a regional park and open space preserve just north of Salmon Creek.