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Forested trails provide tranquil surroundings and beautiful year-round views of sparkling lakes, redwood trees, and vineyards. Park amenities include a picnic area, a volleyball court, and a horseshoe pit in addition to Russian River access.
From pygmy forests to kelp-dotted coves, this unspoiled preserve is full of native plants and wildlife, making it perfect for hiking and camping. Explore the undersea world in one of California's first underwater parks at Gerstle Cove Marine Reserve.
Included among the many hiking and walking trails at in The Sea Ranch is one that leads to Shell Beach. Make your way through the pines to this quiet, sandy beach where you can explore tide pools and look for rocks and shells.
Amazing wildlife is just waiting for you to spot it in this fascinating park. Take a gorgeous birding hike and record all of the wildlife that you see. A true “hidden gem”, this park is perfect for hiking or just a casual lunchtime walk. You’ll be back.
Sandy beaches and a craggy coastline offer unparalleled scenic views on the Pacific Coast. Bring a picnic and enjoy the natural beauty of the beach, or hike along the ocean side to small, sandy coves and watch for whales from the high cliffs.
Featuring long sandy beaches below rugged headlands, secluded coves and natural arches, this is a perfect escape from the inland heat. Boating, camping, hiking, horseback riding, and whale watching are among the many activities to be enjoyed here.
Make Sonoma Plaza be on your top five list of things to do in Sonoma. It is lined with beautiful buildings and tourists can also enjoy cocktails wine, food, or a beers on the plaza.
Ducks, egrets, and humans will be your companions when you drop by this serene park right in the middle of Sonoma. Playground for the kids, gorgeous rose garden, water features and the aforementioned ducks will make you want to spend the entire day here.
In the center of Sonoma County, right next to Glen Ellen lies a 202-acre park loaded with miles of hiking, biking and horseback riding trails. A wetland, a meadow, a creek and magnificent oak woodlands are some of the features of this ADA accessible park.
This fascinating park features 320 acres of trails, a 3-acre lagoon for swimming in the summer, and a 72-acre lake for boating and fishing. Bring the whole family for an outdoor adventure like no other. Safe, sane camping available as well as day use.
On a clear day, Bald Mountain’s 2729-foot summit offers guests a view of the Sierra Nevada and the Golden Gate Bridge. Year-round astronomy courses are offered at the Moon Observatory, and the hiking is fabulous all year long. Look for deer and gray foxes
Lovely neighborhood park features a baseball/softball field with bleachers, basketball courts, lighted soccer field and a children’s playground. Lots of green space, benches, and picnic tables will make this a place that you and your children will love.
Small neighborhood park with a very big play structure. The slightly bigger kids will love this three-story delight with loooong slides. There is also a smaller structure for the smaller kids. Nice outdoor play area.
A landmark in Santa Rosa, this open space preserve counts 1,100 acres as its domain. Its sweeping grasslands, oak woodlands, and creeks provide a home for a large diversity of wildlife. A disc golf course is included in this nature-lovers delight.
Your furry, four-legged family members will be wagging with delight when you take them to this very nice dog park. Tennis balls available in case you forget your own. Of course, doggy drinking fountains. Nice shaded seating areas. Wet nosed love!
Wonderful little park for little kids and their parents. The kids will love the playground, and you will love the serenity. Close to shops and restaurants if you want to bring your pre-made snacks/lunch. Take a break and stop by this lovely oasis.
Make an appointment on a Tuesday or Thursday to tour this beautiful garden and shop for plants. You’ll find a wide variety of unique plants in a magical setting.
Neighborhood park that the kids will love for its great playground equipment. Picnic facilities and volleyball courts. Adjacent to a middle school for access to tennis and basketball courts and a baseball field, during non-school hours.
Feel the sand underneath your toes and fall asleep to the relaxing sound of crashing waves at this gorgeous campground set right on a wide, open beach. Bring your bikes to take advantage of the coastal highway!