Kids love camping, and Sonoma County's campgrounds are easy getaways for Northern California families.
Campgrounds at Doran and Westside regional parks in Bodega Bay offer sites steps from the beach and boat launches on Bodega Harbor.
Gualala and Stillwater's campgrounds feature lovely sites among coastal forests while Spring Lake's campground is situated among the oaks.
Our coastal campgrounds are frequented by RVers year-round. Some make it a tradition to visit every fall and winter for crab season.
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.
Campgrounds are open with social distancing and hygiene protocols in place. Reservations are required. First-come, first-served sites are not available and same-day, drop-in camping is not allowed. Group campsites are closed. Cabin reservations can be made online or by phone for weekends between April 30 and Dec. 26 (one household per cabin with a 2-night minimum).
The Regional Parks feature more than 200 year-round campgrounds on the Sonoma Coast and in the heart of Wine Country.
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Reservations are strongly recommended, especially for summer and holidays, and can be made up to 12 months in advance.
Choose a campsite for your tent, trailer or RV at campgrounds in Bodega Bay, along the northern Sonoma Coast, and Santa Rosa.
Want to try a new camping experience? Book one of the three new sleeping cabins at Spring Lake Regional Park.
Camping is always fun with more people. Group campsites are perfect for clubs, reunions, and other special gatherings.
Want to get away from it all? Backpacking sites in the Sonoma Valley offer peace and seclusion.
Sonoma County Regional ParksReservation Office
Phone Hours10 AM - 3 PM, Monday-Friday
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Sonoma County residents and people with permanent disabilities may be eligible for additional discounts.
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