You can rent paddle boats, row boats, and even sail boats at Lake Ralphine.
The playground has been expanded to include a rope tree that kids love to climb, a volcano with steam, running water and dinosaur bones. It has a Wild West mock-up, and best of all, on hot days it has a water park that kids love to play in!
Below is one of the newest additions to Howarth Park.
It's fun to feed the ducks, especially this time of year when there are so many babies in the water!
We like the mini-park with the rock climbing wall. There is also a softball park, tennis courts and if things get too hot, you can walk across the street and go see an independent movie at the Rialto theater. You can see their movie schedules here: http://www.rialtocinemas.com/
Every year Sonoma County kids look forward to Camp Wa-Tam at Howarth Park.
Ages: 6-12 Days and Times: Monday-Wednesday 930am-3pm & Thursday 1pm-Friday 10am (Sleepover Thursday Night!)
Optional extended hours available Mon-Wed, 3-5:15 pm (for an additional fee)
Here is their website in case you need more information:
Here is a map of Howarth Park that might be helpful (Spring Lake too.) You can click on it to make it larger:
Here is a map to the park in case you get lost: