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Spring Lake Regional Park

Area

Overview

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  • Size

    361.44 acres

Stewardships

Description

Spring Lake in northeast Santa Rosa is one of Sonoma County’s most-visited parks. The lake at the center of this large park is a flood control reservoir open to paddling, sailing and fishing. The park also has a campground, a spring-fed swimming lagoon, seasonal restaurant, and environmental education center open Wednesdays-Sundays.

Spring Lake connects with Annadel State Park and Howarth Park for extended hiking options.

Despite its proximity to the city, Spring Lake is full of wildlife, including deer, river otter, bobcats, turtles, beavers, coyotes, muskrats, mink and a great variety of birds.

Allowed Activities
Picnicking
Kayaking
Fishing
Horseback Riding
Road Biking
Tent Camping
Rv Camping
Mountain Biking
Birdwatching
Good For
Dogs
Wheelchairs
Families

Additional Information

Accessibility Description

Wheelchair-accessible trails, picnic and camp sites, and Environmental Discovery Center. Beach wheelchairs available by request.

Dogs

Permitted on leash, except on swimming beach. License required.

Hours

7am - sunset

Parking

$7 per vehicle or free for Regional Parks members

Launch Fee

$4 for trailered boats. Free for Regional Parks members.