• Kayakers at Spring Lake

Spring Lake Regional Park

393 Violetti Road, Santa Rosa
  • Accessible Areas
  • Beaches
  • Biking
  • Birding
  • Boat Launch
  • Camping
  • Equestrian Trails
  • Fishing
  • Hiking & Walking Trails
  • Paddling
  • Picnic Area
  • Swimming Lifeguarded

The Environmental Discovery Center and Otter Café are closed.

The lagoon opens July 1 for public swimming and will remain open into September. The lagoon’s inflatable water park will not be installed this year. 

Campgrounds are open with social distancing and hygiene protocols in place. Reservations are required. First-come, first-served sites are not available and same-day, drop-in camping is not allowed. Group campsites are closed. Cabin reservations can be made online and by phone for weekends between April 30 and Dec. 26 (one household per cabin with a 2-night minimum).

Please visit our Covid-19 Parks Status Updates page for information about closures or restricted access at this and other park facilities.

Spring Lake Regional Park in Santa Rosa is one of Sonoma County's most popular parks, featuring trails, boating, a campground, picnic areas, natural history center, and a summer swimming lagoon.

Boating

Spring Lake is a 72-acre reservoir open for boating (electric engines only) and paddling. A year-round boat ramp is at the end of the park's Newanga Avenue entrance. Kayak and paddleboard rentals are available in the summer. The rental office is next to the swimming lagoon via the park's Violetti Road entrance.

Trails

With nearly 10 miles of trails, Spring Lake is a favorite destination for hiking, running, biking and horseback riding. Trails include an easy paved route around the lake and connections to Trione-Annadel State Park and the city of Santa Rosa's Howarth Park. 

Camping

Spring Lake's campground welcomes tent, trailer, and RV campers year-round and features several sleeping cabins.

Swimming

Spring Lake features a summer swimming lagoon that includes a floating water park and areas for recreational swimming. The lagoon is open daily from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day. Admission is free. The lagoon is filtered, chlorinated and tested regularly to ensure it exceeds water-quality standards. The lagoon also features a sandy beach, lawns shaded by redwoods, picnic sites and a seasonal cafe.

More Things to Do

Spring Lake also offers opportunities for picnicking, fishing, and more.

Accessibility

Spring Lake features wheelchair-accessible trails, picnic areas, camp sites and and access to the Environmental Discovery Center. All-terrain wheelchairs are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please contact park staff to check out an all-terrain wheelchair.

  • When: May 1, 2021 from 10:00 AM 12:00 PM

    Spring Lake Regional Park
    This event is full.

    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! 

  • When: May 5, 2021 from 1:30 5:00 PM

    Spring Lake Regional Park
    This event is full.

    Calling all kids (ages 7-11)! Join this three-week science, literacy and art program designed to connect you to your local park. Practice being a scientist and discover the world around you. Each session will focus on a central theme. Learn through hands-on nature exploration, observation, measurement, journal exercises, craft projects and team-building games. 

  • When: May 9, 2021 from 10:00 AM 12:00 PM

    Spring Lake Regional Park
    What better way to show your appreciation for that special mother in your life than by spending time with her on the lake? 

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Park Information

Address

Spring Lake Regional Park

393 Violetti Road

Santa Rosa, CA 95409
38.454918, -122.648281

Entrances:

  1. South Entrance
    Campground and boat launch
    5585 Newanga Avenue, Santa Rosa
  2. North Entrance
    Swimming lagoon, boat rentals and Environmental Discovery Center
    393 Violetti Road, Santa Rosa

Parking
$7 or free for members

Hours

7 AM to sunset

Dogs
Allowed on leash, except on swimming beach

Reserve a campsite

Maps