Spring Lake Regional Park is one of the most famous parks in Sonoma County. It is located in the southeastern portion of Santa Rosa, which is centered on the Santa Rosa Creek Reservoir, The Sonoma County Regional Parks Department manages this park.
A 320-acre public park, Spring Lake Regional Park is a family-kid park. This park is family-kid-friendly and dog-friendly. Dogs are allowed on the paths, and on the grass in the Spring Lake Camping area. However, dogs are permitted around the beach, the swimming lagoon area, and the swimming lagoon itself.
10 kilometers of Trails: The primary trail is a paved 2.3-mile loop around the lake that offers views of forested slopes. The multi-use trail is ADA-accessible and suitable for walkers, runners, and cyclists. The trail is predominantly level, with a slight ascent to the main dam. Unpaved trails, such as Fisherman’s Track and the Horse Loop, offer less-traveled routes around the lake and intertwine with the paved trail. Connecting trails go to neighboring Trione-Annadel State Park and Santa Rosa’s Howarth Park.
Swimming Lagoon: From Memorial Day weekend until Labor Day, the park’s swimming lagoon offers a water park and leisure swimming. During the summer, lifeguards are on duty each and every day. The lagoon area features a sandy beach, redwood-shaded lawns, and numerous picnic areas. Dogs are allowed to play in the lagoon during the multi-weekend off-leash dog party, known as the Water Bark.
Boating: Spring Lake features a 72-acre reservoir for paddling and non-gasoline-powered boats.
Camping: There are 31 campsites in the Spring Lake Regional Park. Three campsites have sleeping cabins. Trailer, tent, and RV campers are allowed in the campsites.
Picnic tables and BBQ grills are available all over the park. Five picnic spots can be reserved by calling (707) 565-2041.
The Environmental Discovery Center at Spring Lake Regional Park is a natural history museum with interactive displays and exhibits for children and families.
At Spring Lake, largemouth bass, sunfish, and catfish can be caught throughout the year. Anglers 16 and older in California must have a valid fishing license.
Spring Lake is home to wheelchair-accessible paths, picnic spots, campsites, and the Environmental Discovery Center.
Spring Lake Regional Park
5585 Newanga Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 95405, United States
Phone: (707) 539-8092
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