Armstrong Redwoods

Parks & Gardens in Sonoma County

Sonoma County boasts more than 50 state and regional Parks. Explore Armstrong Redwoods, hike around Spring Lake, bike in Trione-Annadel State Park, marvel at the Pacific Coast, find Salt Point, or discover Jack London State Historic Park. Sonoma County offers many beautiful nature parks, with so many opportunities for outdoor activities. Plus, an astonishing variety of gardens flourish in Sonoma County, and many are open to visitors.

Heading to the river this weekend? Consider taking the new Regional Parks River Shuttle.

leave no trace logo in 200If visiting our coastal or river parks, please play it safe by reviewing these water safety tips. Check out our page on Sustainable Travel, and look over the Leave No Trace Seven Principles. Together, we can protect and preserve this special corner of the world for generations to come.

 

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Emma Herbert Memorial Park Photo
Bloomfield Road and Broderick St., Petaluma, CA 94952

The historic Emma Herbert Memorial Park is located in the rolling hills of West Sonoma County. With roots dating back to 1853, the park is a perfect place to enjoy a scenic picnic. The park is…

Shollenberger Park Photo
800 Baywood Drive, Suite A, Petaluma, CA 94954

One of the best parks for wildlife viewing of the many species of birds and other wildlife that can be seen here. The park features a two-mile circular trail and a one-mile cutoff trail across an iron…

Tolay Lake Regional Park Photo
5869 Cannon Lane, Petaluma, CA 94954

Tolay Lake Regional Park is located about 8 miles southeast of Petaluma, bordered by hills between the Petaluma River and Sonoma. At 3,402 acres, Tolay Lake is the largest of Sonoma County's regional…

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