Sonoma Valley Regional Park
We need help finding nature’s treasures! Can you find all the items on our nature scavenger hunt? We may not be able to see animals, but you can help us uncover clues that they are around. Use your observation skills and see what you can see!
If you were dropped off in the wilderness with no knowledge of what would happen, would you be prepared? How are your outdoor skills? If you’re intrigued, then this program is for you!
We're live! Join us Thursdays at 2:30 p.m. and once a month at 2 p.m. in Spanish 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. Every session will include a live Q & A about what we share.
Andy’s Unity Park
Nature is all around us, even in our neighborhoods. Urban hiking is a great way to explore areas you normally may miss. Learn about how crows play an important role in our local ecosystem. On this short, accessible hike, starting and ending at Andy’s Unity Park, we’ll walk through the neighborhood while keeping an eye out for our feathery friends.
Taylor Mountain Regional Park & Preserve (Petaluma Hill Road entrance)
Oak woodlands support a wide range of life, from humans to animals, insects, and other plants. Enjoy a journey through an oak woodland habitat and become connected to our iconic California trees. We’ll discover the unique qualities of these trees, the diversity of life among the oaks and their critical role in the larger ecosystem.
Spring Lake Regional Park
Who says dragons aren’t real? Explore the cattails and rushes of Spring Lake by kayak and discover the "dragons" (dragonflies) of Sonoma County. These pre-historic terrors of the sky have been around for more than 300 million years!
Spring Lake Regional Park Swimming Lagoon
Learn about water safety at lifeguarded swimming areas with demonstrations and a water safety education talk from Sonoma County Regional Parks’ lifeguards.
Shiloh Ranch & Spring Lake Regional Parks
Aug. 1 - Sept. 29, 2021
Join REI Co-op for their new race series, Dirt, Sweat & Beers, a 5K/10K run and do-it-yourself cleanup series featuring eight events from June through November in the Bay Area – Sierra.
Ragle Ranch, Riverfront & Spring Lake Regional Parks
All summer camps are full.
Discovery Campers age 7-11 will take discovery walks, get creative, conduct experiments, and look for critters. We'll also enjoy outdoor recreational activities that vary by site and can include: creek exploration, kayaking, fishing, stand up paddle boarding, sport field games, and more!
Bird Walk Coastal Access Trail
Enjoy leisurely walks with friendly, older adults. Explore plant and animal life, swap stories and take a gentle 2-mile stroll along some of the county’s most accessible trails. Mostly flat trails perfect for fellowship and fun! All abilities are welcome.