- Bird Watching
- Boating and Paddling
- Horseback Riding
- Outreach Programs
- Tolay Fall Festival
- Trails Challenge
- Back to Sonoma County Regional Parks
Eager to enjoy the outdoors with your little ones in a new way? On this half-day program, we will provide a fun and educational morning for children ages 4-6 and their families. We’ll engage in exploratory walkabouts in the park, hands-on learning, nature-based games, and unique crafts to take home. Sign up for one or more! The cost is $15 per family (up to 4 people per family) in county, $17 out of county and registration is required for each session. Parking is $7 or free for Regional Parks members and at Andy's Unity Park. For more information, contact Stefanie Landman at Stefanie.Landman@sonoma-county.org.
Saturday, Sept. 18 • The Curious Coast
Doran Regional Park
Who lives beneath the waves? Explore the wonders of the coast, learning about ocean animals, tides, and how to enjoy the coast safely through games and exploration.
Saturday, Oct. 16 • Secrets of the Garden
Andy’s Unity Park
Discover how plants not only survive, but help others – including us! live healthier lives. Expect time to explore and get our hands dirty!
Sunday, Nov. 7 • Brilliant Birds
Sonoma Valley Regional Park
How do birds find and eat their food? How do they decide where they want to live? On a flat walk through the park, we will search for birds, observe their behavior, and imagine what it's like to be a bird!
Saturday, Dec. 18 • Marvelous Mammals
Riverfront Regional Park
Riverfront Regional Park offers a variety of habitat for different animals to live. Who lives among the redwoods, and drinks from the lakes? Through games and exploration we will discover more about the animals who call this park home!
Saturday, Jan. 15 • Life in the River
Cloverdale River Park
Let's explore the river! Many critters live in the Russian River and winter is a special time to discover the animals that rely on this important waterway. We will use our observation skills to learn about life in the river, and what it can tell us about the health of the river.
Register- Sorry, event is cancelled.