Caminitos Al Parque introduces low-income, Spanish-speaking families to the wonders of nature through an innovative, hands-on educational park experience that promotes literacy and nutrition. The program is in collaboration with Community Action Partnership's Pasitos playgroups.
Vamos a Nadar, established to promote water safety and prevent drownings, provides free swim lessons for low-income children and bilingual water safety instruction for parents.
At Sonoma County Regional Library branches, families can check out Regional Parks Discovery Packs. These backpacks include a parks map, trail itineraries, hiking tips and a pass to park at all 55-plus regional parks.
Thanks to the generous support of the Sonoma County Parks Foundation, we offer “camperships” for our camps and after-school enrichment programs.
Annual low-cost vehicle entry passes are available for Sonoma County residents with very limited incomes.