In Collaboration with EarthWays Foundation, Ocean Song in a non-profit learning center located in the coastal hills of western Sonoma County in Northern California. Open to visitors every day, Ocean Song offers a rich variety of programs and experiences for people of all ages.
Nature trails lead visitors through rolling ridgetop grasslands, rugged canyons, oak woodlands, filled with an abundance of diverse plant and animal life. The garden offers a profusion of blooms, wafting scents of herbs and flowers, and an oak-shaded picnic area. Breathtaking views sweep from Mt. Tamalpais to Point Reyes and up the coast, and people come to Ocean Song for restful and regenerative experiences.
We invite you to share a space in our circle as we embark upon a creative adventure that provides opportunities for experiential nature education. Our wise and playful coyote mentors cultivate a supportive and nurturing environment for children to learn, create, and grow! Coyote Camp was founded with the intentions of helping to awaken and inspire the wild hearts and dreams of children.
Visitors to the Ocean Song Gardens will discover a vibrant habitat of annual and perennial plants as the air hums with the sound of the animals that thrive here. In the garden there is a continuous conversation between the humans who tend and enjoy the gardens, and the plants, animals, and minerals that are part of this diverse ecosystem. The gardens offer a profusion of blooms, wafting scents of herbs and flowers.. more
Our 240-acre Finley Creek Nature Preserve and its trails are open to members year-round. The land is protected by a conservation easement with the Sonoma Land Trust. Nature trails lead visitors through rolling ridgetop grasslands, rugged canyons, oak woodlands, and redwood groves hosting fields of colorful wildflowers and an abundance of wildlife…more
Become a member
Join the Friends of Ocean Song, a membership organization that supports our ecological stewardship and educational programs. Contributions are tax-deductible.The benefits of being a member include:
- Access to the property west of the main entry road, including the gardens and Finley Creek Nature Preserve
- Visit and hike the trails, year-round
- Attendance at seasonal festivals and celebrations