Sugarloaf Ridge State Park

2605 Adobe Canyon Road
Kenwood, CA 95452
Description

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-five 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.

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