Parks now open
In mid-May, restrictions on outdoor recreation due to COVID-19 were eased by Sonoma County health officials, allowing vehicle traffic into parking lots and opening up some sports facilities.
Requirements: Stay at least six feet from others outside of your household group. Carry a face covering at all times. Coverings must be worn outside when you cannot stay six feet from others. Do not go to a park if you are sick. Parking lots may be closed if parks become too crowded.
Jack London State Historic Park Open to vehicle parking. Park is open daily 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The historic area, trails and restrooms are available for use. The museum, visitor center, cottage, picnic areas, and water fountains remain closed.
Sugarloaf Ridge State Park Open to vehicle parking. Hours are 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. The visitors center, picnic area, and campgrounds remain closed. The restrooms are open.
Trione-Annadel State Park Limited parking now available. Trails are open. There is a restroom in the W. Richardson parking lot.
Hood Mt. Regional Park Parking lot open. Restroom available.
Kenwood Plaza Park Open.
North Sonoma Mountain Regional Park Parking lot and trail open.
Shaw Park Open. Lawn use limited to individual or household group exercise.
Sonoma Valley Regional Park Parking lot and trails open. Dog park remains closed.
Spring Lake Parking lots open. Some restrooms available. Swimming lagoon, boat rentals and outdoor gym equipment closed. Inflatable playground will not be installed. Picnicking, barbecuing not allowed.