Hood Mountain Regional Park and Open Space Preserve

Environmental campsites are available in remote settings reached by hiking approximately 2 miles from Hood Mountain's parking areas.

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  • Description
  • Amenities
  • Reviews
  • Environmental campsites are available in remote settings reached by hiking approximately 2 miles from Hood Mountain's parking areas. Sites include tables, food lockers, tent clearings and primitive toilets. Potable water and electricity are not available. Cooking stoves are permitted, but campfires and barbecues are not.
    Two individual sites near Merganser Pond are reached by hiking in via the Pythian Road entrance. Four sites along Azalea Creek can be reached by hiking in from the Los Alamos Road entrance.
    Campers may stay up to four consecutive nights. Dogs on leash and horses are allowed.

    For Camping Reservations, call 707-565-2267.

    • Lodging Amenities:
      • Number of rooms or units: 6
      • Tent Sites
    • Lodging Price Range:
      • $ - Under $100
    • Property Amenities:
      • Pet friendly
    • Beautiful hike, the highlight of our trip!

      We drove directly to the trailhead in this park and hiked to the peak, and it was an absolutely beautiful hike. Portions of the trail are in full sun and it has some pretty steady inclines, so be...

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    • The View

      This is a great hiking park. As one climbs higher the reward is fantastic views of the surrounding region. This is a great hike to Sugarloaf Ridge. Hint: use the Sugar Shuttle to make logistics...

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    • Nature

      This is a really nice place to go and simply enjoy all the beauty that God has made. It is a great place to take a hike, very peaceful

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