Online registration for programs at Sonoma County Parks. Select a program from the list below to register.
Explore and learn about new topics in wilderness survival each week, including shelter building, knot tying, outdoor cooking and more.
Celebrate World Bee Day and support our native carpenter bees by building a handmade bee home to decorate your favorite outdoor space.
Invite some friends and get outside and on the water after work!
Get a glimpse into the marvelous underwater wilderness during a 1.5-mile round-trip walk to the ocean, tide pool exploration and scavenger hunt.
Help rebuild Foothill Regional Park which was impacted by the 2019 Kincade fire.
Join us as we explore Stillwater Cove Regional Park on the northern Sonoma Coast during this bilingual (Spanish/English) program.
We will cover topics such as: shelter building, knot tying, outdoor cooking and more
Learn how to handle your paddle, turn and become comfortable on the water while enjoying the scenery Spring Lake has to offer.
We hope to “sea” you at this intermediate kayaking trip!
We'll hit the trail for a hike, stopping along the way to workout and finish off with a cool down routine.
Deepen your connection to the natural world through writing and sketching.
Join Regional Parks the first Wednesday of every month for a short, early morning workday.
Discover the real “dragons” of the sky that have been around for over 300 million years!
Join Regional Parks at Hood Mountain Park & Preserve as we spend time working on some of the 19 miles of trails that open up this 2,000-acre park.
This is a beginner kayak trip around Spring Lake with interpretation about everyone’s favorite local swimming reptiles!
Glimpse the park in a new light as the sun sets over the horizon.
Come unwind and immerse yourself in nature.
Calling all sea squirts ready for an ocean adventure they’ll never forget! Come spend the day at Doran Beach investigating the habitat of Bodega Bay.
All professional rescuers start their training somewhere!
Splash through water adventures and connect to nature by joining Discovery Camp at Spring Lake Regional Park.
Learn the essentials of kayaking while enjoying a fun paddling experience with peers.
Get connected to the redwoods and discovering the outdoors by joining Discovery Camp: Junior Naturalists at Riverfront Regional Park.
Get connected with outdoor exercise by joining Discovery Camp: Extreme Outdoor Challenge at Ragle Ranch Regional Park.
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Deepen your connection with nature, well-being, and Latinx culture at a summer camp experience.
Become an exceptional steward of our water-focused parks while exploring the unique wildlife that call these places home!
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End your workweek with an adults-only evening of games and activities.
Join the park staff as we clean litter and other debris from this important recreational and commuter corridor.