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The best camping near Sonoma, California.

Cycle the countryside, hike to an epic vista, sip wine, or even spot whales cruising offshore with a stay in Sonoma.


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Our view from our site. Photo by Vanessa Lamb.
Sunset view over Mt. Tam, only 2 minutes from the bunker.
Walking to a sunset viewpoint.
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Madison
Madison: This is definitely the most private site on Mare Island because it can't be accessed by...
The wagon is a short walk or drive from the visitor's center.
Water and cookware provided
That vieewwww
Cozy Caravan Style Tinyhouse Camp
Mini bay windows and twinkly lights <3
Bethany
Bethany: The caravan is adorable and cozy. It's small, but the bed folds into a love seat, so it...
From its ruggedly beautiful coastline and protected bays to the mountains, lakes, and vineyards that dot the valley, Sonoma offers endless camping getaways well suited for those traveling from the Bay Area and beyond. Here you can hike varying terrain from coastal bluffs to dense woodland, paddle or float down the Russian River, catch epic views while mountain biking through Read more...
From its ruggedly beautiful coastline and protected bays to the mountains, lakes, and vineyards that dot the valley, Sonoma offers endless camping getaways well suited for those traveling from the Bay Area and beyond. Here you can hike varying terrain from coastal bluffs to dense woodland, paddle or float down the Russian River, catch epic views while mountain biking through state and regional parks, or cycle through bucolic farmland. Don't forget to make a pit-stop to sample wine from some of the top vineyards in the world. You’ll find the camping options plentiful, from public sites at state and regional parks to commercial campgrounds and privately owned land. Beyond the traditional tent and RV sites, the Sonoma region offers some of the most unique outdoor lodging in the country, from farms and vineyards to yurts, tipis, cabins, tree houses, and even a geodesic dome. Book fast and get exploring.
Here's the campsite in the field near the visitor center
Each campsite is simply carved out of the grass by our mowing team. Still pretty private and very quiet!
Great egrets may still be on their nests or traveling in the evening sky over your camp
The Navy's oldest cemetery in the Pacific is in our Preserve. Guided tours are given by our Cemetery docent, Saturday, August 11 at 12noon and 1:00pm
Our visitor center is in a 1934 bomb storage magazine. Weird. Cool! You'll camp nearby
Myrna
Myrna: Camp with us at the Mare Island Preserve during our annual Mare Faire and Fennel Fest,...
lodging treehouse
Julie hangin' on the lawn with some highly entertaining books.
Treehouse at Swallowtail Studio
Swing underneath the treehouse and check out the cattle across the way.
Sunrise hike at Helen Putnam Regional Park, only a 2-minute drive down the road.
Madison
Madison: I don’t typically use the word “magical,” but there’s no better word to describe this p...
Sonoma is home to a range of rare and endangered wildlife, including northern spotted owls, California tiger salamanders, and bald eagles.
Ah, does it get any better than french doors on a treehouse?
lodging treehouse
This treehouse is well stocked with sketchbooks and drawing supplies.
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View from the bed.
Madison
Madison: I don’t typically use the word “magical,” but there’s no better word to describe this p...
The yurt sits on top of the concrete ruins of a house (a duplex home to two Navy civilian families for more than 45 years, Myrna tells us.)
Perfect place for morning coffee inside the yurt.
Seriously?! Do not miss the sunset when you stay here.
Vista History Garden Yurt
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Madison
Madison: This is one of my favorite Hipcamp properties, hands-down. It's perfect for a midweek a...
More than seven million tourists visit Sonoma’s wine region each year.

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Vineyard Grove w/ 2 Wine Tastings
Vineyard Grove w/ 2 Wine Tastings
Vineyard Grove w/ 2 Wine Tastings
Vineyard Grove w/ 2 Wine Tastings
Vineyard Grove w/ 2 Wine Tastings
Nate
Nate: Our stay at Vanessa's property was amazing. Vanessa was very communicative and clear in...
Even if they don't feel like going on walk they will be better because of it
I was shocked that three beds could fit in here comfortably, but I was proven wrong (one of many times).
The outside canvas (and floor) of the yurt is repurposed billboard!
Not many places can comfortably sleep our family of 5 and we were surprised how much room there was in this small yurt
A short hike up the road, and towards the other sites can lead to some great sunrise views of the surrounding area.
Nic
Nic: The Old Tennis Court Yurt was excellent and is definitely somewhere I will be coming ba...
The Sonoma area was initially settled by a number of native tribes including the Miwok, Pomo, Wintun, Patwin, Wappo, and Miyakmah.
Park your car camper, van or small trailer in front of our 1934 bomb storage magazine. There's a restroom right there and a nice quiet spot to hang out.
We've got a little coffee cart set up near the visitor center. It's not open all the time. We're too busy running the Preserve as all volunteer team, but definitely late mornings, afternoons and evenings...
Views of 7 Bay Area counties and the San Pablo Bay, Mt. Tam, Mt Diablo, the Napa and Sonoma Valleys. Wow!
Our visitor center with its bright yellow striped tent and campfire is where the food prep area is, a nice propane grill, a camp stove. Cozy and comfy place to hang out inside or out.
Did we mention that the place is super quirky with all sorts of weird looking buildings with somewhat unknown uses in the former ammunition depot across the fence.
Joelle
Joelle: Interesting place! We had a great time bike riding around the old base to Mare Island ...
View of the 7 counties from the trail up to the ghost ship.
It's a lovely quiet and quirky spot...our Mare Island Preserve. It's located on the southern end of Mare Island on the Navy's oldest Ammo Depot in the Pacific (160 this year). We've got wide open spaces and great hiking.
campin out in the field
our camp spots are simple mowed areas along an old railroad track minus the tracks, but close to the visitor center, campfire, cooking and portable restrooms.
trek the trail from the visitor center
Geoffrey
Geoffrey: My four year old and I tent camped here over the weekend and had a good time. Myrna is ...
In 1846, Sonoma served as the capital of the independent Republic of California for about one month.
Star house deck - a short hike from the tree house
Access to out door hot tub - additional $100 fee
Picnic tables in Hood Mtn. Park - one mile from our retreat
Star house drone photo
View from the star house
Alyssa
Alyssa: In our 4-5 years of travel together, no experience has impressed us more than the Bella...
tent forest people
The campsite is just within that treeline.
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Nemo Equipment has awesome tents.
Redwood Camp
Redwood Camp
97% 226 Responses
$90/night
Jacqueline
Jacqueline: I'm a little hesitant to write this review because this place is a gem, and it's alread...
With a varied terrain and climate, Sonoma is one of the most diverse wine-growing regions in the world.
view from Caz highway
here's the view as you approach Eagle's landing
this site's a little more personal, not as flat, but more options for privacy, tuck around the trees if you like
road/path is a little narrow here, cars can make it, but vans may prefer to park down in front of the cabin
view from above camping area looking down towards the Eagle,  relatively flat with room for a couple cars and tents, with additional parking in front of cabin
Isabel
Isabel: We were able to reserve day-of, and Rachal was very communicative with quick response t...
Top of the rock makes for an ideal view
The view from Chanslor Ranch
Pack in all your camp gear!
Tipi Rock
Perfect spot to watch the sunrise or sunset.
Teton Rock
96% 57 Responses
$56/night
Conor
Conor: Amazing stay. Great hosts.
Top o' the mornin' on top o' the mountain.
On the first plateau on the trail, lovely hill views.
Summit is a great trail for backpacking-savvy dogs.
Pack it in, pack it out.
One last cup before setting off.
Summit at Chanslor
96% 14 Responses
$56/night
Natalia
Natalia: Chanslor Ranch is one of our favorite locations to get away. Summit is a breathtaking c...
Camp spot
coffee food
Salamanders are all over the property!
Absolutely stunning view of the Pacific
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Redtail Point
97% 48 Responses
$56/night
Maggie
Maggie: We ended up switching campsites and camped at Shelter Rock instead. This was a really g...
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Hiking trail right next to the house
Awesome patio to hang after you hike
Super modern kitchen.
Netflix all you want after your hike
Steven
Steven: Absolutely stunning place. The cabin is modern with all the amenities that you need. Th...
Side view of the tent.
Other side of the tent with the Twin bed.
Forest Tranquility Tentasm1
The Pavilion, perfect for a workshop or event.
Back patio of the tent with a great view of the Redwoods!
Nikki
Nikki: What a magical place! This place is still in the midst of growing into an even more bea...
Dinner is ready!
Creekside Camp
forest van lodging
dog van animal
forest sun hammock
Creekside Camp
94% 263 Responses
$90/night
Jarrett
Jarrett: This was a great getaway from the city! We really enjoyed the ranch and our campsite. T...
farm
The bath is pretty much one of the most amazing features of the property. The sink is so cute and outdoor showers are just amazing.
Letting in the light
Glamping @ Big Mesa Farmstead
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Kelly
Kelly: Wow! Big Mesa Farmstead is absolutely amazing. You can not beat the proximity to SF, ye...