Sugarloaf Ridge State Park (operated by the Sonoma Ecology Center)
Irina Maddie P.
Reviewed May. 17, 2019

Great Place, Even Though It Rained

$35.00/night

Had a great time. Wish I got more hiking done on our first day since it rained the rest of our trip. Ask about the free quest hike. They send you on an adventure hike and there is treasure at the end of it. The hike I wish I got to do was the Bald Mountain hike and the Waterfall hike.

The campground itself is pretty cool. So many selections to choose from. I recommend 17 (tucked up in the woods), or 27 (next to the river!) . There are fireplaces and picnic tables at each set up. The shop is open and has easy accessible things that you may have forgot to pack (like a super cheap tarp that came in handy during the pouring rain!)

The bathrooms are so clean!!! The showers are cheap. Easy water access for quick cleaning of dishes or putting out the fire. Trash and recycling is clean, organized and I felt comfortable that no animals would get into it.

This place is super cool.

Glad I got to experience my rainy camping nights here!!

Hope to be back soon.