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  • Stillwater Cove trail 1900

    Hike in the shade of coastal redwoods

  • Two children taking a nature walk at Spring Lake 1900

    Connect with nature on a family hike

  • Gualala Point Regional Park whale watchers 1900

    Discover the Sonoma County coast

Women with dog on Doran Beach

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An annual membership is the easiest, most affordable way to regularly enjoy Sonoma County's Regional Parks. Members get free parking, a free night of camping and other benefits. 

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Summer Outings

From yoga practice to summer camps and paddleboarding to full moon outings, our summer activities guide offers dozens of ways to discover your Sonoma County parks.  

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Sonoma County 2018 Trails Challenge

Take the Trails Challenge

Join the Sonoma County Trails Challenge and see how far you'll go this summer. Hike 5 or more trails in the 2018 Trails Challenge guidebook and get a free T-shirt!

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Father and daughter at water park

Spring Lake Water Park

Big summer fun is underway at Spring Lake's water park, where the floating playground, swimming lagoon, boat rentals and Otter Cafe are open daily. 

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  • Now: June 25, 2018 at 9:00 AM

    Doran Regional Park - Cypress Day Use
    Monday, June 25 - Thursday, June 28. 9AM-2PM
    THIS EVENT IS FULL

    For this camp, our expert lifeguards will create a safe and rewarding ocean experience. Campers age 9 and up spend days on the water surfing, learn rescue techniques and basic first aid and CPR, and participate in fun activities about protecting the ocean.

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Latest News

  • Published on May 21, 2018

    The public is invited to celebrate the opening and dedication of Andy’s Unity Park in southwest Santa Rosa from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday, June 2. The afternoon will include a rich program of community speakers, music, food, children’s activities, dancers, drummers, art projects, yoga, and more.

  • Published on May 1, 2018

    If you haven’t been to Hood Mountain Regional Park in a while, now is the time to go. The Pythian Road entrance of the 1,750-acre preserve on the edge of the Sonoma Valley recently reopened for the first time since the October 2017 wildfire, and its landscape offers a unique look at the ferocity and resiliency of nature.

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