Registration for programs and events at Sonoma County Regional Parks. Select a program from the list below for more information and to register. Click here for Campground Reservations
Join us for this exclusive evening series as we explore tidepools and wildlife along the coast at night.
Learn how to crab!
Work alongside other community members to improve and protect this neighborhood park.
Let it snow! Come celebrate the start of the winter season as we craft a snowy habitat and snow paint.
Enjoy the parks while building community and learning about nature.
Are you interested in hiking and seeing beautiful views in our newest parks? You will learn human history and natural history of the area and property.
Join us for a talk that examines the people and personalities of Sonoma County, their stories and how their lives are tied to our most loved parks.
How do you prepare for wilderness adventures?Join Regional Parks Rangers and learn how they gear up for their wilderness quests.
Come celebrate the winter festivities with your community. During this time we will come together to break bread, sing songs and do some arts and crafts.
Explore one the County's newest parks before it opens to the public.
Learn about the diversity of the rocky shoreline in this family friendly, hands-on presentation while you sit and gaze at the Pacific Ocean from the Doran Beach amphitheater.
Want to find a way to celebrate the winter solstice? Bring your adventure on the longest day of the year and find out how other cultures celebrate, and come with me to explore the
Cozy up with a good book as we explore the magical world of nature through literature.
Come on out for a hike to checkout the beautiful views at Helen Putnam
Are you an avid hiker? Do you want to explore different territory? Come on a hike with me at one of our newest parks and explore and find out Mark West Parks history.
Together we'll listen to and observe feathered friends learning tips and tools for identification.
Homemade Lava Lamps! Make a colorful, bubbling lava lamp with everyday household materials. Investigate liquid density and chemical bonds in this groovy science experiment.
Explore the land and gain a better understanding of friendly fire through the eyes of forest ecology.
Work alongside other community members to honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. through volunteer service.
Hike to see the great newt migration!
Only 3 Remaining!
Join us for this exclusive evening series as we explore the stars and sensations the darkness brings.
Step back in time and explore how geology has shaped our local landscapes.
Come play at the Beach! Learn about the unique habitat at Doran Regional Park and the plants and animals that call it home.
Experience the magic of the Laguna de Santa Rosa at dusk while learning about wetlands, watersheds, and wildlife.
Join us for this exclusive evening series as we explore changes and sensations in the park by moonlight.
Join a bilingual adventure by kayaking at Riverfront!
¡Unase a una aventura bilingüe navegando en kayak en la ribera de un lago!
We will take our time, listen and look for birds, and discover what they might be communicating with their various behaviors.
Let’s have a ball! Learn about the difference between native and non-native plants and the benefits that native plant gardens provide for local wildlife.
Beautiful views of the ocean, whale season, and redwoods- what more could you want? Join us for a beautiful hike up north!
Learn from the camping experts! Join us for a Day Camping 101.
Get a glimpse into the marvelous underwater wilderness with a 1.5 mile round trip walk to the ocean, tide pool exploration and a scavenger hunt as the sun sets on the horizon.
Learn the basics of kayaking with other seniors.
Learn the basics of kayaking at Spring Lake!
Water is life. Come explore the water cycle and learn about the plants and animals who live by or in the water!
Work alongside other community members to steward one of Sonoma Countys newest parks.
Calling all Junior Fishers, come practice casting and tying knots. Learn what it takes to master fishing in Sonoma County's waterways.