All Sonoma County parks are closed until further notice.
All Regional Parks Closed
All Sonoma County Regional Parks are closed beginning March 24, 2020 to help slow community spread of the COVID-19 virus. The closure is made to comply with a county order to shelter in place during this health emergency and is in effect until further notice.
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Get Your Wildflower Guide
Spring wildflowers are blooming, and we have an updated 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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North Coast Parks Lure Visitors
The ocean parks on Sonoma County’s north coast are a refreshing destination for hiking, camping, picnicking and exploring. Drive Highway 1 to discover the redwoods of Stillwater Cove Regional Park, the coastal trails at The Sea Ranch and the wildlife-rich estuary at Gualala Point Regional Park.
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Reserve a Campsite
Due to the coronavirus emergency, campgrounds are closed through April 7. Affected reservations will be refunded, Future reservations are on hold at this time.
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When: April 9, 2020 from 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Andy's Unity Park
Events cancelled through April 7, 2020.
Volunteers are needed to help weed, mulch, plant and maintain this special park and community garden. Come out and support your neighborhood park.
When: April 11, 2020 from 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Mark West Creek Regional Park & Open Space Preserve
Discover Mark West Creek, riparian woodlands, towering redwoods, and beautiful views and envision the land’s potential as a park.
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Published on March 24, 2020
Get answers to frequently asked questions about Sonoma County's park closures.
Published on March 23, 2020
Sonoma County’s interim public health officer today ordered the closure of all parks in Sonoma County to further enforce the county’s shelter-in-place directive during the COVID-19 emergency. The closure goes into effect March 24 and remains in effect until further notice.
Published on March 9, 2020
Spring in Sonoma County Regional Parks is the perfect time to see wildflowers in bloom, enjoy green meadows, hike or run challenging trails or just ample along at a slower pace. Regional Parks’ team members recommend Crane Creek, Helen Putnam, Shiloh Ranch, Sonoma Valley and Tolay Lake parks for some of Sonoma County’s best spring hiking.
Published on November 15, 2019
The Doran Regional Park boat launch has reopened following a major renovation and is available to campers and day-use visitors. Improvements include new surfacing, ADA kayak launch, fish cleaning station and landscaping.