329 DeChene Avenue, Sonoma, CA 95476
Larson Park is a 7.5-acre neighborhood park bordered by Sonoma and Pequeño creeks. It features a community garden, paved pathways, an ADA-accessible playground, a baseball/softball field, a soccer field, a basketball court, four tennis courts, a restroom, and ADA-accessible picnic areas.
A .75-mile ADA accessible section of the Sonoma Valley Regional Trail begins at Larson Park and connects to Sonoma Charter School and Vailetti Drive. This trail section is separate from the roadway (Class I multi-use path), paved and signed.
The Springs Community Garden at Larson park is supported with funding from Parks for All – Measure M and is coordinated by local nonprofit Sonoma Springs Hall. For information about gardening opportunities, contact Seth Dolinsky at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Larson Park features an accessible playground, picnic areas, and paved pathways.
Alcohol is not allowed in the park.
Larson Park has been a well-loved neighborhood park for decades and we are seeking funding for significant renovations. Rather than renovating individual park elements piece by piece, Regional Parks took the holistic approach of working with area residents and stakeholders to re-imagine what an entire revitalized park would look like.