Join Sonoma County Regional Parks for dozens of new hikes, classes, outings and special events!
Find out what there is to do in the parks now through May by downloading the new Winter/Spring Outdoor Activities Guide or visiting our calendar of events .

Enjoy time in the parks when they're less busy, yet still brimming with things to see and do. Enjoy mild weather while discovering a trail, learning a skill or making a difference by volunteering.
Back Country Kitchen
You’ve watched all the cooking shows — now learn to cook in the great outdoors. Participate in leave-no-trace principles while cooking a meal.

Jan. 25; May 23

Nature Craft Series
Feeling crafty? Express your creativity and learn a new skill during our nature crafts series. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Jan. 26; March 29; May 24

Nuestros Parques
Join us for Nuestros Parques, our Spanish-language hikes and potlucks. A bilingual naturalist leads these family walks and picnics in the parks on the first Saturday of each month.

Feb. 1; March 7; April 4; May 2

Nature Journal Club
Be wildly creative as you deepen your connection to the natural world through writing and sketching. Explore a different topic in a different park on the first Saturday of each month.

Feb. 2; March 8; April 5; May 3

Senior Saunters
Enjoy leisurely walks and meet new friends as we explore plant and animal life and swap stories on 2-mile strolls along some of Sonoma County’s most accessible trails. All abilities welcome.

Feb. 11; March 10; April 14; May 12

Wildflower Wanderings
A rainbow of colorful wildflowers will blanket Sonoma County starting in March. Take a docent-led walk and learn more about these seasonal beauties and their pollinators.

March 22; April 4; April 19; April 26; May 2

Junior Rangers
Animal tracking, first aid outdoors, tree and plant ID, and kayaking and water safety — these are some of the skills Junior Rangers will gain this season.

Feb. 15; March 15; April 25; May 16

Rock Out! Geology of the County
Step back in time to explore how plate tectonics and volcanic activity have shaped our landscapes. Learn why Sonoma County is home to such rich geologic diversity.

Feb. 16; April 19

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Fitness Hiking Series 
Explore a variety of panoramic views, seasonal flora, and wildlife observations during this rigorous hiking series. Meet other adventure seekers while enjoying intermediate to advanced 4- to 5-mile excursions.

Feb. 16; March 8; April 5

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BioBlitz 2020
Are you ready to nurture your inner scientist and explore the vast biodiversity of our parks? Wondering what flowers have appeared after the 2017 and 2019 wildfires? Join the International City Nature Challenge for this special BioBlitz event for the entire family.

April 26

Family Fun Bike Rides
Hop on your bike for a scenic ride. Learn how to properly fit helmets, trail-sharing etiquette, how to pass cyclists and pedestrians, and about safety gear.

Feb. 29; March 14

Stories of the Land  
Culture is alive, thriving and ever changing.This series beginning March 28 examines the people and personalities of Sonoma County and how their lives are tied to our most loved parks.

March 28; May 7; May 9; May 30

First Timers’ Camping
Bring the whole family and camp out under the stars. Learn about pitching tents and making dinner outside. This will be an in-tents experience!

April 3

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