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News: 06/01/2009

Get your Regional Parks pass




Time is running out to take advantage of the great deals you can get with the purchase of a Sonoma County Regional Parks Department park pass.

Park passes are $60 for an individual or family, $27 for seniors (60+ years), and $21 for those permanently disabled.

If you buy your pass by June 30, you’ll get lots of goodies, including a free coffee mug from Sebastopol Hardware, a free home water conservation check-up from Santa Rosa Plumbing, free one night camping at a Regional Park, free one-hour kayak rental at Spring Lake, discounts at Rincon Cyclery, rent one kayak get one free at Burke’s Canoe, Bodega Bay Kayak or River’s Edge Kayak, free T-shirt and hat from Santa Rosa BMW Motorcycle, and more.

You can buy your park pass at Long’s Drugs, REI, Rincon Cyclery, The Bike Peddler, Sonoma Outfitters, at any Regional Parks station, or by calling 565-2041 or online at www.sonoma-county.org/parks.



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