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Lake Sonoma

Lake Sonoma, California

Set amongst the winelands of Sonoma County, Lake Sonoma Recreation Area features a postcard-worthy lake view open year-round to visitors. Recreational opportunities include camping, Read more...

Set amongst the winelands of Sonoma County, Lake Sonoma Recreation Area features a postcard-worthy lake view open year-round to visitors. Recreational opportunities include camping, hiking, biking, boating, fishing, water sports and wildlife viewing that includes the peregrine falcon, one of the nation’s most endangered species.

The Congressman Don Clausen Fish Hatchery is located just behind the Visitor Center where visitors can peep operations of the hatchery and see displays that describe the life cycles of coho salmon, steelhead and chinook. From spring to early summer, wildflowers including Iris, Wild Onion and Indian Pink spread over the land like butter plays toast.

Liberty Glen Campground
Monica: I've camped here several times before. The walk-in campsites are a-ok. I mean they are great!!! But...
Lake Sonoma Boat-In Sites
Nina: This lake is open to all boating and jet skiing. There are boat rentals, a full-service marina, four...
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Bullfrog Pond Campground
Erin: Rustic campground with spacious sites and clean bathrooms. There a 3 categories of sites in the main...
Jug Handle Creek Farm
Jay: Probably one of my favourite farms to camp at so far, JHCF had everything I needed. A nice campsite,...
Creekside Camp
Jarrett: This was a great getaway from the city! We really enjoyed the ranch and our campsite. The owners are...
Rolling Oak Woodlands & EcoFarm
Jeremy: Absolutely loved it! Lindsay, Keith and crew are the loveliest hosts, it's absolutely beautiful, and...
Forest Tent Camping
Maureen: Great campground! The kids found a little freshwater creek that they enjoyed even more than the pools....
Redwood Camp
Laura: This is a gem of a campsite. The road getting down to the valley could be rough, but walking in would...
Bunker Bay View Drive in
Vanessa: The Bunker Bay and River campgrounds at the Mare Island Shoreline Heritage Preserve offers such a fun...
Mendo Permaculture Oasis
Pierre: The Solar Living Institute has nice shade areas with picnic tables, fountains, a pond, a tree house, a...
Separate Star Point Camp
Anna: Incredible location and views of the ocean. Close to beautiful hiking. More spaces were rented out...
Walnut Grove Camp
Kristina: This is such a gem! Camilla is such a great host and our campsite was so perfect! We had a little...
Enchanted Forest Yurt
Steph: The yurt was such a treat! Extremely well equipped and conveniently laid out. We comfortably fit 5...
Lower Mesa Camp
Katie: Just came back from an incredible weekend at Chanslor Ranch on the Mesa Camp site! Camp host, Myra,...
Red Tail Point Camp
Maggie: We ended up switching campsites and camped at Shelter Rock instead. This was a really good decision...
Tent Camping or RV - Mendocino
Lisse: We loved our stay at RINC Ranch! The place is incredibly peaceful, with no neighbors in sight once you...
Shelter Rock Camp
Will: A little windy the night we stayed but loved the site for a casual overnighter!
Eagle's Nest Treehouse Farmstay
Alyssa: The Eagle's Nest is a magical place. Perched high in the trees, this is an amazing place to relax,...
Old Homestead Camp
Francisco: It was a really great experience. The farm is beautiful and it’s a great set up with port a potty ...
Modern Camping Mendocino
Alyssa: We stayed 4 days at the New Mendocino Campground on the second weekend they opened for the season. ...
Camp Midgard - Wine Country
Jay: I had an awesome stay at Odin Wines! I ended up arriving later then expected but was able to briefly...