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Playing soccer at Tom Schopflin Fields

Tom Schopflin Fields

4351 Old Redwood Highway, Santa Rosa, CA 95403

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This 21-acre sports complex in the Larkfield area of north Santa Rosa features multi-use baseball and soccer fields. The fields are predominately used by youth sports organizations. 

The fields are named in memory of Tom Schopflin, the long-time Sonoma County administrator who died in 2000 and was a strong supporter of youth sports.   

The property is former farmland purchased by the Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District and transferred to the county for the purpose of developing a public park. 

Accessibility

The park features good accessibility to parking and playing fields.

Regional Parks River Shuttle

The Regional Parks River Shuttle runs every summer on weekends and holidays travelling a loop from Tom Schopflin Fields to Steelhead Beach Regional Park and Sunset Beach River Park in Forestville. An all-day ticket costs $5. Learn more.

Park Details

Hours
7 AM to sunset

Dogs
Allowed on leash

Phone
Ranger Station: (707) 433-1625
CA Relay: 711

Parking
Free