Sugarloaf Ridge State Park (operated by the Sonoma Ecology Center)
Charles W.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jan. 26, 2022

Remote Campground in wine country

We were on a short trip through California in our new camper van. We had reserved all our stays at Harvest Host, but because the water pump in our van failed and we needed water and a shower we decided a camp ground would fit the bill. I called and was able to make reservation here the same day.

Sugarloaf Ridge State Park is at the end of a narrow winding road. The camp sites are arranged around a large meadow for the most part. We stayed in site 50 which had a small brook running through. It was level and separated from the other sites. 

We found the staff to be friendly and helpful. The accommodations were adequate with large clean showers. The flush toilets were small and cramped. There is no TV reception, no cell reception. Slow WiFi is available at or near the reception center.

  • Vultures hanging out
  • Campground Meadow
  • Camp Site 50
Site50
Month of VisitFebruary