Learn about your Regional Parks

Gualala Point Regional Park - Whale Watching

Connect with Sonoma County's Regional Parks by learning more about our natural resources, our mission and the updates we publish in our blog, press releases and newsletter.

About Us

Sonoma County's Regional Parks include more than 50 parks, trails and beaches from Petaluma to Gualala and Sonoma to Bodega Bay. Learn about our mission, how we work, and how to contact us.


Regional Parks' blog helps you discover the parks, plan outdoor adventures, and learn about wildlife and landscapes.

Field Trips

Regional Parks offers Sonoma County's largest nature-education program for elementary students.  


Sonoma County voters on Nov. 6 approved a dedicated source of funding for regional and city parks. Measure M, a 1/8-cent sales tax for parks, was supported by 72.6 percent of voters.

Natural Resources

Sonoma County is a globally significant “hotspot” for biodiversity, with an amazing array of ecosystems and species. 

Planning Projects

Learn about plans to open, expand or improve parks and trails around the county.

Press Releases

Keep up to date with Regional Parks' press releases and public announcements.


Sonoma County Regional Parks are where we have adventures, where we build healthy bodies, and where we connect with the natural world. Your support is essential to their success.

Teacher Resources

Enhance your class field trips with one or all of these wonderful teaching treasures.


Volunteers build trails, maintain campgrounds, staff special events, mend fences, lead hikes, clear brush, and help with much more.