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Easy beach access and views of the Russian River are yours when you find yourself at this wonderland. Snug in the redwoods and offering you all of the bounty of nature, you and your family will fall in love with this intoxicatingly beautiful place.
This 8.5-acre beauty features a dog park, picnic areas, BBQs, volley ball court, horseshoe pits, and play areas for your human children. Bring the whole family (two-legged as well as four-legged), for a fun, wholesome day outdoors.
Oh, this is the place that your kids want to be at! Unique art engages them while they are playing. For you? The quiet and tranquility of this stunning park. You and the kids will love the swimming and beach areas offered by this county gem.
This beach offers river access for small craft such as kayaks and canoes. Excellent spot for birdwatching, river wildlife watching and having a picnic. Serene and lovely.
Great place to take a dip in the Russian River. Not too deep for the little ones and dogs, but deep enough for kayaks, canoes. Have a picnic on the shore and enjoy a little fun in the sun.
Offering some of the best mountain biking in California, the expansive trails of this 5,000 acre park are also perfect for hiking and horseback riding. The friendly waters of Lake Ilsanjo and the historic Valley of the Moon make this park exceptional.
We are a private preserve actively committed to the breeding and preservation of African hoof Stock. Our various species of zebra, giraffe, and antelope range from critically endangered to endangered.
Your dogs will love coming to this green, grassy park with plenty of space and lots of four legged friends! There's also a playground for the kids, and a gravel path to the Russian River, where the whole family can splash around.
Trails start at Highway 1 parking areas and cross bluff-top meadows and forests to rugged coastline. Cliffside staircases lead to secluded beaches with sandy coves, tide pools, and rock formations. Diving, fishing, boating and hiking available.
This secluded beach is a lush paradise well known to surfers. Located behind the Sea Ranch lodge property, the rugged coastline and ample wildlife make it an outstanding hike for the adventurous.
Bodega Head is the rocky headland that forms the entrance into Bodega Harbor. The harbor side provides a popular crabbing area along the jetty and the many hiking trails on the ocean side allow access to small, sandy coves and spectacular scenic views.
Soaring 93-feet above the cliffs, the Peace Statue is an iconic symbol of beauty, spirit, and tranquility.
With a paved trail along the Russian River and posted information about the local ecosystem, this park is perfect for learning about and viewing wildlife. The park also offers a boat launch and group picnic areas.
Beautiful grassy hills, a seasonal creek, and a disc golf course make this secluded open space a delight to visit. Sit for a spell at one of the many benches placed along the trails, and take in the gorgeous views of Rohnert Park below.
When you don’t want many frills, try this campground on a two-mile stretch of sandy beach. Open for day use as well, you’ll enjoy kite flying, horseback riding on the beach, and helping the kids (big or little) make sand castle masterpieces.
A two mile stretch of sandy beach and a boardwalk makes this a popular place for picnicking, kite flying, and exploring sea life. Surrounded by water, campsites offer a good view of the beach or bay.
The perfect place to take the kids and the dogs to burn off energy. There are little league and softball fields, basketball courts, and a children’s play area. There is also a ½ acre dog park with picnic tables and a pet drinking fountain. Stay hydrated!
Wow! This park seems to have it all. Like what? How about picnic tables, barbeques, a playground, basketball and tennis courts, horseshoe pits, sand volleyball courts, walking trails, grassy areas, and swimming at the Aquatic Complex. Oh, and Wi-Fi.
A wide variety of walking and hiking trails means you can choose your difficulty level and scenery. Several lakes are available for fishing, and there are amazing views of Windsor from the foothills.
The natural beauty and historical importance of his park make it an exciting place to explore. A former Russian colony, the park features the first windmill in California, restored gun towers, and a Russian Orthodox chapel built in the early 1800's.
This neighborhood park boasts six acres of grassy areas, children’s play structures and swings, a snack shack, restrooms and a joint-use baseball/soccer field. Nice place to take the kids for some outdoor fun.
Kick back and relax at this three-acre park which features tennis courts, horseshoe pits and picnic areas for the grown-ups. For the kids there are great playground structures and lots tress for shade and grass to run around in.
One of the most stunning sections of the Sonoma coast, Goat Rock Beach serves as the mouth of the Russian River and as such attracts all sorts of wildlife from sea lions to sea otters, sea gulls, and beyond, making it an ideal spot for a nature hike.
Healdsburg Plaza is the cornerstone of this great wine country. Fun area to wander around and enjoy the lovely park-like town square and sample the dining, shopping, wine tasting and all that the town has to offer.
Take a stroll on the 2-3 miles of easy to moderate hiking through grasslands, oak woodlands, wetlands and chaparral. Your stroll will pay off in a big way when you are offered stunning views of Fitch Mountain, the Mayacama Mountains and the Russian River.
Mini beach experience on the Russian River. Let your kids cool off in the shallow river while you and the lifeguards keep an eye on them. Picnic facilities, and no-alcohol rule means a fun time for the whole family.
Called the “jewel” of Santa Rosa, this large park is a great destination for the whole family. Enjoy boating and fishing on the lake, play tennis or softball, go for a hike, and let the kids have a blast on the train ride, carousel, and pony rides.
The oldest park in Sebastopol boasts a public swimming pool, baseball field, playground, theater stage, lots of grass and picnic areas. Cedar Creek is a delightful part of this community park. Home to lots of diverse wildlife and the Cajun Festival. Fun!
Beautiful state park featuring historical landmarks commemorating the life of celebrated author Jack London. Knowledgeable docents will take you on a tour of the museums, including the home of the author. Numerous gorgeous hiking trails.
Close to 8.5 miles of paved hiking trails will have you thrilled at the adventure that you are about to take. Hike, bike ride, roller skate or horseback ride on this wonderful trail. Your family will love the birdwatching and beautiful views.
Reservable church, live Summer Sunday Concert Series, public art, a cool playground, bocce ball courts and a community garden are waiting for you at this eclectic downtown park. Come and relax in the serene atmosphere just minutes from the shopping areas.
Alcohol-free park means fun for the whole crew. Featuring basketball, tennis and bocce ball courts, reservable softball and baseball fields, picnic/BBQ areas, playgrounds for multi-ages, and lovely walking paths. What are you waiting for?
With a pond inhabited by darling little ducklings, your own little “ducklings” will delight in this space. Tennis courts, dog runs, playground for different ages of children, little league fields, and Frisbee golf course; this place has it all!
Large green park with 2.5 miles of hiking trails, a skate park, tennis courts, a playground and a little creek to cool off in. Beautiful view of the hills in the background and close enough to restaurants and coffee to take some food and drink with you.
Awesome neighborhood park for kids of all ages. Picnic areas, multi-use fields, dog runs (yes!), tennis and horseshoes are just some the things that are available here. Bring the kids and the grandparents and have a wonderful day in the sun!
Cute neighborhood park includes basketball courts, labyrinth (yes!), Petanque court, picnic tables and a playground that includes tiny tot swings. Bring those kids and let them run around and swing and play! They will sleep well tonight.
Sports fields for soccer, softball, volleyball, and tennis will beckon you to try out this 157-acre park. The children love the playground that is just for them and parents will love to relax and birdwatch, or just zone out, knowing that the kids are safe