Environmental Campsites

All Hood Mountain Regional Park campsites are closed due to wildfire damage.

Hood Mountain Regional Park & Preserve in the scenic Sonoma Valley features environmental campsites reached by hiking approximately 2 miles from the parking areas. 

  • Four sites along Azalea Creek, reached via the Los Alamos Road entrance
  • Two sites near Merganser Pond, reached via the Pythian Road entrance 


  • Each environmental site includes a picnic table and food locker. Pit toilets are nearby. 
  • Potable water or electricity are not available.
  • Cook stoves are permitted, but campfires and barbecues are not allowed.
  • Garbage must be packed out. 


  • $20 per night

Campers may stay up to 10 consecutive nights. Dogs and horses are permitted.

Reservations are required and may be made by phone. 

Reservation Information

Sonoma County Regional Parks
Reservation Office

Office Hours

8 AM - 3 PM, Monday-Friday

Reserve by Phone

Phone Hours
10 AM - 3 PM, Monday-Friday

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