Sonoma Family Adventure 2015bring your whole family out to the coast, tidepools, hiking and a festival
July 23 - 25
3 days/2 nights
Sonoma Family Adventure
August 14 – 16 2015, 3 days 2 nights, Max Capacity: 30
$175 Adult $75 Youth
Join Coastwalk for three unforgettable days of family fun on the Sonoma Coast. Set in the pine-scented Salt Point State Park, families can join in learning, camping, and exploring along the rugged Sonoma coastline. The kids — or grandkids! — will never forget your shared adventures. Casual walks, combined with tide pool exploration and hands-on activities, make for a unique family experience. Led by our interpreter, biologist, and Santa Rosa Junior College Professor Emeritus Peter Leveque, our sense of wonder is awakened as we discover the natural worlds of the shore and coastal forest. We will also learn the local history with a presentation at Fort Ross. Evenings are for storytelling, laughter and recounting the day’s discoveries.
camping; dinner and light breakfast, hot water/coffee, educational daytime prgrams, evening programs and guided hiking.
Make Sure to Bring:
tent, sleeping bag and pad, ground cloth or rain fly; water resistant or water-proof light weight jacket (damp weather is a likely event), sturdy boots and clothes suitable to changeable weather.
Average Daily Hiking:
5 miles a day
Types of Hiking Surfaces
sand and dirt trails
Elevation Gains & Losses
Sample Itinerary coming soon!
For many years, the Sonoma County Family Team has hosted the Family Adventure at Salt Point State Park. Each member of the team participates equally to provide a Coastwalk camping/walking experience that can span three generations.
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Places to Stay
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