Family time

Kids love camping, and Sonoma County's campgrounds are easy getaways for Northern California families.

Camp at the beach

Campgrounds at Doran and Westside regional parks in Bodega Bay offer sites steps from the beach and boat launches on Bodega Harbor.

Camp in the woods

Gualala Point and Stillwater Cove's campgrounds feature lovely sites among coastal forests while Spring Lake's campground is situated among the oaks.

RVs welcome

Our coastal campgrounds are frequented by RVers year-round. Some make it a tradition to visit every fall and winter for crab season.

Peace and quiet

Ready to get away from it all? Hood Mountain's environmental sites are the place to go. Camping here is a unique way to visit Sonoma Valley.

Camping

Note: Due to the wildfire, Hood Mountain campgrounds are closed until further notice. Our coastal campgrounds are open but may be full. For more information, please see this message regarding wildfire impacts on the Regional Parks.  

The Regional Parks feature more than 200 year-round campgrounds on the Sonoma Coast and in the heart of Wine County. Choose from tent, trailer and RV sites; group sites; backpacking sites; and new sleeping cabins at Spring Lake

Are you a Regional Parks member? Annual membership includes one free night of camping at any Regional Park. 

See a map of parks with campgrounds

Amenities may include:

  • Beach or marina access
  • Disabled access
  • Dump stations
  • Pull-through sites
  • Showers & flush toilets
  • Electrical outlets in restrooms

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General info

  • Doran and Westside are on Bodega Bay and feature harbor access. Stillwater Cove and Gualala are on the northern Sonoma Coast and feature forests and beaches. Spring Lake offers a wilderness experience near the conveniences of Santa Rosa.
  • Most campsites include a fire ring, picnic table and cleared area for a tent. RV hook-ups are not available.
  • Reservations are recommended and are available three days to one year in advance. Some first-come, first-served sites are available.

Rates

  • Individual sites are $35/night Memorial Day weekend through Thanksgiving week and $32/night the rest of the year.
  • A non-refundable reservation fee of $9.50 applies. Cancellation or change fees also may apply.
  • Sonoma County residents and people with permanent disabilities may be eligible for discounts.

Rules

  • Check-in is 2 p.m. Check-out is 12 p.m. Reservations are held until 12 p.m. the day after scheduled arrival.
  • Up to eight people are allowed at each site. Rates include one vehicle and one tow per site. Each additional vehicle is $7/night.
  • Most campgrounds allow dogs for a fee of $2/dog per night.

General info

  • Doran and Spring Lake each has a group site for as many as 75 tent campers.

Rates

  • Group campsite rates are $225/night. Non-refundable reservation fees range from $30-$50.
  • Group reservations can be made 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Friday by calling (707) 565-2267 or visiting Regional Parks’ office, 2300 County Center Drive, Suite 120A, Santa Rosa, CA 95403.

Rules

  • Group camping fees include 10 vehicles. Fees apply for each additional vehicle.

General info

  • Hood Mountain features environmental campsites reached by hiking approximately 2 miles from parking areas. Sites include tables, food lockers, tent clearings, and pit toilets. Potable water and electricity are not available.
  • Two sites near Merganser Pond are reached via Pythian Road. Four sites along Azalea Creek are reached via Los Alamos Road.

Rates

  • Environmental campsite rate is $20 per night. Campers may stay up to four consecutive nights.
  • Environmental campsite reservations can be made 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Friday by calling (707) 565-2267 or visiting Regional Parks' office at 2300 County Center Drive, Suite 120A, in Santa Rosa.
  • Campers may stay up to four consecutive nights.

Rules

  • Hood Mountain campers check in at Spring Lake’s Newanga entry station before driving to Hood Mountain.
  • Cook stoves are allowed. Campfires and barbecues are not allowed. Garbage must be packed out.
  • Dogs and horses are allowed.

General info

  • Three sleeping cabins are available at Spring Lake in sites 25, 28 & 30. Cabins include sleeping platforms with bare mattresses, decks with seating, porches, a picnic table, prep table, fire ring, charcoal grill, and food locker.
  • Two cabins each accommodate four people with a double mattress and a twin bunk bed. One cabin accommodates six people with three twin bunks. Each cabin has room for one to two tents outside, for an eight-person maximum occupancy per cabin site.
  • Bring your own bedding (sleeping bag or sheets and blankets) and lighting. Cooking is outdoors only.

Rates

  • Rates range from $79-$99 per night, depending on date and season.
  • Cabin reservations can be made 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Friday by calling (707) 565-2267 or visiting Regional Parks’ office, 2300 County Center Drive, Suite 120A, Santa Rosa, CA 95403.
  • A non-refundable reservation fee of $9.50 applies. Cancellation or change fees may apply.

Rules

  • Dogs are not allowed in the cabins.
  • Check-in is 2 p.m. Check-out is 12 p.m.
  • Cabin fees include one vehicle. Additional vehicles are $7.

Reservations

Reservations are available three days to one year in advance. Payment is due at the time of booking. 

Reservations may be made at SonomaCountyCamping.org any time or from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Friday by calling (707) 565-2267 or visiting at Regional Parks’ office, 2300 County Center Drive, Suite 120A, Santa Rosa, CA 95403.

Cabin, group, and environmental sites must be reserved by phone or in person.

Please have the following information ready when reserving: 

  • Park(s) selected 
  • Arrival and departure dates
  • Alternative parks and dates 
  • Length of RV or number of tents 
  • Number of people who will occupy the site 
  • Contact phone number   
  • Credit card number, expiration date and security code 
  • Mailing address, billing address and email address  

Cancelling Reservations

To cancel, please call (707) 565-2267 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Friday no later than the arrival date. Cancellations made within 10 days of arrival date result in the forfeiture of first night’s camping fee and the non-refundable reservation fee. Cancellations 10 days or more from arrival date result in forfeiture of the reservation fee.

Changing Reservations

To change a reservation, please call (707) 565-2267 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Friday at least one day before arrival date. A non-refundable change fee will be charged. New dates need to be three days to one year from the original reservation date.  

Cancelling or Changing Group Reservations 

To cancel a group reservation, call (707) 565-2267 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Friday no later than the arrival date.  All cancellations result in the forfeiture of the reservation fee. Cancellations within 30 days of arrival result in forfeiture of the first night’s camping fee. Cancellations 30 to 89 days in advance result in forfeiture of half the first night’s camping fee.  

To change a group reservation, call (707) 565-2267 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Friday at least one day prior to the original arrival date. A non-refundable change fee will be collected. New dates need to be three days to one year from original arrival date. 

Reserve a Campsite

Book Online

 

Book by Phone
(707) 565-2267

Phones open
Monday - Friday
10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

 

Book in Person

2300 County Center Drive
Suite 120A
Santa Rosa, CA 95403

Office open
Monday - Friday
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. 

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