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. Sonoma County Regional Parks are open for day use 365 days a year, unless temporarily closed due to weather conditions as noted on the respective park webpage.
Hike, 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.
Sonoma County Regional Parks feature more than 200 year-round campsites on the Sonoma Coast and in the heart of Wine Country. Tent, trailer, cabin and RV camping is available. Reservations are required and can be made up to 12 months in advance.
The Environmental Discovery Center at Spring Lake Regional Park is a natural history center featuring hands-on displays and exhibits designed primarily for children in elementary school.
The Regional Parks River Shuttle is a low-cost transportation option for visitors to Steelhead and Sunset beaches on summer weekends. The shuttle lets visitors avoid full parking lots and the need to leave a car at each beach when floating the river.