• Deer in tall grass

    Discover the natural beauty of Parks. Choose your destination

  • Hood Mountain campsite by David Kittelstrom

    Campgrounds are open year-round and feature plenty of sites on the Sonoma Coast and in the heart of Wine Country. Find your spot

Visit Sonoma County Parks

With more than 50 parks, trails and beaches, Sonoma County's Regional Parks offer something for everyone. Discover the Sonoma Coast, Russian River, Sonoma Valley and other spectacular landscapes.

Places to Go, Things to Do

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Santa Rosa Creek couple riding bikeHike, camp, picnic, bike, kayak, or simply take in the views. With parks from Petaluma to The Sea Ranch and Sonoma to Bodega Bay, you're sure to find your next adventure. 

Where's your favorite trail?

Spring Lake Regional Park trailWith more than 150 miles of trails for hikers, mountain bikers, and equestrians, it's easy to explore the beauty of Sonoma County in the parks. Discover your favorite path. 

Reserve a campsite

Tent camping at Doran BeachPlan a camping trip to the Sonoma Coast or the heart of Wine Country. The Regional Parks have 268 sites to choose from, including spots for RVs or campers seeking walk-in seclusion. Reserve your spot today.

See Sonoma County's newest park

Tolay Lake Regional ParkTolay Lake Regional Park features nearly 12 miles of beautiful trails with stunning views of San Pablo Bay, the San Francisco skyline and Bay Area peaks. 

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