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Upcoming Events

Sonoma County Parks

BIKE TRAIL SPIC & SPAN

Santa Rosa, CA
Help Regional Parks keep popular bike and creek trails clean and litter free. Volunteers will pick up litter and learn about local ecosystems. We’ll learn about The Russian River watershed, the Laguna, our local creeks and... read more

JUNIOR RANGERS: HEALTH, WELLNESS, PAR COURSE!

Santa Rosa, CA
Do you like obstacle courses, relay races and games? Then you will have tons of fun exploring the Par Course route out at the lake with friends. Enjoy fun games and exercises in one of our most popular parks. Wear clothes ... read more

INVASIVE PLANT REMOVAL

Bodega Bay, CA
Lend a helping hand for Bodega Bay’s wetlands by removing invasive ice plant. Ice plant is a coastal shrub native to South Africa. It forms a large, thick mat that chokes out all other native plants and alters the soil com... read more

JUNIOR RANGERS: FIRST AID OUTDOORS

Healdsburg, CA
What do you need to know or do to hike safely? Ranger Ryan knows what it takes to safely adventure outdoors, and what to do in an emergency. Learn some basic first aid and some safety tips especially for kids.

BIKE TRAIL SPIC & SPAN

Santa Rosa, CA
Help Regional Parks keep popular bike and creek trails clean and litter free. Volunteers will pick up litter and learn about local ecosystems. We’ll learn about The Russian River watershed, the Laguna, our local creeks and... read more

Mark West Regional Park & Preserve Preview Days

Santa Rosa, CA
Explore the recently acquired Mark West Creek Regional Park & Preserve during monthly “park preview” days from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the second Saturday of each month beginning July 13, 2019. You’re invited to hike the trail... read more

REGAL RAPTORS

Petaluma, CA
What is a raptor? What do they eat? Learn about what raptors live in our area and bird migration. Young scientists and their families will find out by looking for raptors and dissecting pellets coughed-up by local species ... read more

TEEN NATURE PHOTOGRAPHY SERIES

Sebastopol, CA
Are you ready to see life from a new lens?  Bring your friends for an after school program outdoorsadventuring into the world of photography.  Learn basic photography skills through engaging activities, while meeting new f... read more

FAMILY FARM CHORES

Petaluma, CA
Do you have children who love animals? Need a goat fix? Have you always wanted your own horse? Come help feed our goats, chickens, and resident superstar, Pete, the mini horse. Collect eggs, clean pens, and participate in ... read more

HELP HELEN PUTNAM PARK

Petaluma, CA
Are you inspired to give back to the community? Do you enjoy working outdoors?  If so, the fall trail workdays are for you! Expand and improve the trail network through vegetation management, trail realignment, trail groom... read more

TIDE POOL WILDERNESS EXPLORATION

Bodega Bay, CA
Sonoma County has one of the most biodiverse coastlines in the nation. Get a glimpse into the marvelous underwater wilderness with a 1 ½-mile round trip walk to the ocean, tide pool exploration and a scavenger hunt. Anemon... read more

THANKSGIVING WEEKDAY CAMP

Santa Rosa, CA
Calling all kids who enjoy crafts, nature, and fun! Campers ages 6-11 will engage in art, play games, hike, and explore the natural world. Each camper will create a nature themed craft perfect for holiday gift giving. Sign... read more

JUNIOR RANGER: STARGAZING

Rohnert Park, CA
Have you ever looked up at the sky and wondered about the constellations? Where do you look to find each one? How did they get their names? Find your way around the night sky, and learn some of the myths behind these shini... read more

BIKE TRAIL SPIC & SPAN

Santa Rosa, CA
Help Regional Parks keep popular bike and creek trails clean and litter free. Volunteers will pick up litter and learn about local ecosystems. We’ll learn about The Russian River watershed, the Laguna, our local creeks and... read more

SOLSTICE NIGHT HIKE

Petaluma, CA
Join us for a nocturnal walk to celebrate the first day of winter on the shortest day of the year.  Experience the day turning to night while we wait for the sounds of night creatures.  Let your eyes, ears and touch all ad... read more
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Past Events

SENSORY SENSITIVE AFTERNOON AT THE TOLAY FALL FESTIVAL

SENSORY SENSITIVE AFTERNOON AT THE TOLAY FALL FESTIVAL

Petaluma, CA
Enjoy the Tolay Fall Festival as a quieter afternoon activity for your children. Enjoy the hayslide, corn pit, haymaze, making a scarecrow and other attractions in a calmer atmosphere. The price is $5 per child, adults free. Choose a pumpkin for your family thanks to the support of the Sonoma Cou...
Monday, October 21 2019 3:00 PM 6:00 PM

EQUINOX NIGHT HIKE

EQUINOX NIGHT HIKE

Glen Ellen, CA
Celebrate the first day of autumn on a twilight walk.  Experience the day slowly turning to night, while we wait for the sounds of night creatures.  Learn to use all your senses to walk at night without a light.
Saturday, September 21 2019 6:30 PM 9:30 PM

JUNIOR RANGERS - COMPASS & ORIENTEERING

JUNIOR RANGERS - COMPASS & ORIENTEERING

Windsor, CA
Ranger Bill knows how to find his way around the parks.....do you? Learn the handy tool of how to use a compass and map and go on a treasure hunt with your newly acquired skill! Dress for the weather and for walking. For participants to earn their official SCRP Junior Ranger badge and certificat...
Saturday, September 21 2019 10:00 AM 12:00 PM

TOLAY FALL FESTIVAL VOLUNTEER ORIENTATION

TOLAY FALL FESTIVAL VOLUNTEER ORIENTATION

Santa Rosa, CA
Come lend a helping hand, while enjoying one of the most popular outside events in Sonoma County! Every year Regional Parks hosts Tolay Fall Festival, a nine-day event show casing Sonoma County’s unique Native American, agricultural and ecological environmental history. The festival runs October ...
Sat, Sep 7 2019 10:00 AM Sun, Sep 15 2019 4:00 PM

STAND UP PADDLEBOARD 101

STAND UP PADDLEBOARD 101

Santa Rosa, CA
Stand up paddleboard is a fun way to enjoy nature and get some exercise. Learn the basics with Lifeguard and Recreation Coordinator Lesley Pfeiffer. Toast the end of summer with this fun and relaxing class. Beginners welcome!
Sun, Sep 8 2019 10:00 AM Sun, Sep 15 2019 11:30 AM

Family Farm Chores

Family Farm Chores

Petaluma, CA
Do you have children who love animals? Need a goat fix?  Have you always wanted your own horse? Come help feed our goats, chickens, and our resident superstar, Pete, the mini horse. Collect eggs, clean pens, and participate in the daily routine to care for our farm animals. Bring gloves, water bo...
Wed, Jun 5 2019 8:30 AM Sun, Aug 18 2019 10:00 AM

Invasive Plant Removal

Invasive Plant Removal

Bodega Bay, CA
Lend a helping hand for Bodega Bay’s wetlands by removing invasive ice plant. Ice plant is a coastal shrub native to South Africa. It forms a large, thick mat that chokes out all other native plants and alters the soil composition of the environment. Removing ice plant allows native, endangered p...
Sat, Jun 15 2019 10:00 AM Sat, Aug 17 2019 1:00 PM

Cultural Connections Under the Full Moon

Cultural Connections Under the Full Moon

Petaluma, CA
Join Tribal Citizens from the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria for a night walk at Tolay Lake Regional Park. Watch the sunset and moonrise from a spectacular vista point as you learn the cultural significance of this unique park. On a 2-mile hike with an incline, we will observe creatures at...
Thursday, August 15 2019 6:30 PM 9:00 PM

Full Moon Paddle: Spring Lake Regional Park

Full Moon Paddle: Spring Lake Regional Park

Santa Rosa, CA
Join us for a rare opportunity to experience the park after dark. Kayak on calm waters for a breathtaking view of the full moon as it rises. Experience the magic as day becomes night and observe creatures like fluttering bats and hooting owls. Fee includes kayak, paddle, and life jacket. Limited ...
Wednesday, August 14 2019 7:30 PM 10:00 PM

Sensory Sensitive Swim Session

Sensory Sensitive Swim Session

Santa Rosa, CA
Come swim, jump and play during this modified waterpark session tailored for sensory-sensitive individuals. Participants must be 6 or older and 48 inches tall to participate, and minors need to be accompanied by an adult.
Mon, Jul 8 2019 5:00 PM Mon, Aug 12 2019 6:00 PM
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