Sugarloaf Ridge State Park

The park is located northeast of Kenwood in the Mayacamas Mountains between the Sonoma and Napa valleys.

  • Sugarloaf Ridge State Park - View of Sonoma Valley from Bald Mt. Photo
  • Sugarloaf Ridge State Park - Sugarloaf's peaceful campground Photo 2
  • Sugarloaf Ridge State Park - Family Hike on Vista Trail Photo 3
  • Sugarloaf Ridge State Park - View of Sonoma Valley from Bald Mt. Photo
  • Sugarloaf Ridge State Park - Sugarloaf's peaceful campground Photo 2
  • Sugarloaf Ridge State Park - Family Hike on Vista Trail Photo 3

Location

2605 Adobe Canyon Road
Kenwood CA, 95452

Contact

Local: 707-833-5712

  • Description
  • Amenities
  • Reviews
  • The park is located northeast of Kenwood in the Mayacamas Mountains between the Sonoma and Napa valleys. Elevations within the 3.900 acre park range from 600 feet at the entrance to 2,729 feet at the top of Bald Mountain, which overlooks the Napa and Sonoma Valleys with Mount Saint Helena to the north. On clear days the view includes portions of the San Francisco Bay Area and even a glimpse of the Sierra Nevada. Twenty-5 miles of trail wind through three distinct ecological systems. Pet Friendly-Dogs are allowed in the campground and on paved roads only, with a leash. Campground hosts, fire pits, firewood, interactive exhibits, flush toilets in campground, trail maps, Robert Ferguson Observatory, year-round guided hikes, camping equipment & food in Visitor’s Center.
    • Lodging Amenities:
      • Accessible
      • Campground Showers
      • Group Camping Sites
      • Internet Access / Wifi
      • Number of rooms or units: 48
      • Pet Friendly
      • RV Sites
      • Tent Sites
    • Lodging Price Range:
      • $ - Under $100
    • Dissapointment

      Good park in nice area convenient to Santa Rosa and Sonoma valley however.... Dogs are prohibited from all of the park trails preventing us from hiking as a family. For $35/night for a tent space...

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    • Hike away!

      Beautiful park with many different trails and good maps and info at the start of each.Loved our hike and can’t wait to get back next year! Small fee ( honor system ) and good parking , some trail...

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    • Great small state park.

      Local here. My wife and I have visited this great little park over the years. Now with little one two less than three years old, it was another new experience. Get an annual pass if your are...

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