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Sugarloaf Ridge State Park

Sugarloaf Ridge State Park, California

Sugarloaf straddles the border of Napa and Sonoma Counties and features over 25 miles of trails. It offers a 25-foot waterfall that can be seen in all its glory after a winter rain storm. The park Read more...
Sugarloaf straddles the border of Napa and Sonoma Counties and features over 25 miles of trails. It offers a 25-foot waterfall that can be seen in all its glory after a winter rain storm. The park contains the headwaters of Sonoma Creek, which runs through gorge and canyon, across the meadow floor, beneath scenic rock outcroppings, and is surrounded at times by Redwoods and ferns. It also has amazing views of the Sierra Nevadas and the Golden Gate bridge from the top of 2729 foot Bald Mountain.
Sugarloaf Ridge Campground
Katey
Katey: Most campsites are NOT secluded and people can be heard all around. The sites are located up the hill...
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