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Sugarloaf Ridge State Park is located in the beautiful Mayacamas Mountains in Northern California. Campground Loop sites 1-14 and 29-50 offer a variety of camping experiences for visitors looking to enjoy the great outdoors. The park features over 25 miles of hiking trails, a variety of wildlife, and stunning vistas, including views of the North Bay and even, on clear days, a glimpse of the Sierra Nevada.

Campsite Information

  • Capacity: Each campsite typically accommodates up to 8 people and 1 vehicle per site.
  • Facilities: The campsites usually provide a picnic table, a fire ring, and a food storage locker. Bathrooms with flush toilets and coin-operated showers are available nearby.
  • RVs and Trailers: Some sites can accommodate RVs and trailers. Check the specific length restrictions for each site as they can vary.
  • Accessibility: Some sites may be designated as accessible for those with disabilities, offering features like level ground and proximity to accessible restrooms.
  • Pets: Pets are generally allowed but must be kept on a leash and supervised at all times. There could be restrictions on pets on some trails.


  • Water Access: Potable water spigots are available throughout the campground.
  • Trash and Recycling: Facilities for trash and recycling are typically provided. Campers are encouraged to practice "Leave No Trace" principles.
  • Food Storage: Bear-proof storage lockers are often found at each site to protect your food from wildlife.


  • Hiking: With miles of trails, there are options for all levels, from easy walks to challenging hikes up Bald Mountain.
  • Observatory: The park is home to the Robert Ferguson Observatory, which offers public star-gazing events (check for event dates).
  • Biking: Some trails may be open to mountain biking.
  • Nature Watching: The park is home to a variety of wildlife, including deer, foxes, and birds.


  • Booking: Reservations can typically be made online through the park's reservation system or a third-party booking site. Some sites might be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Check-in/Check-out Times: Check the specific times for check-in and check-out, which may vary.
  • Cancellations: Be aware of the cancellation policy to avoid any potential fees or loss of your reservation deposit.

Seasonal Information

  • Weather: The weather can vary significantly with the seasons, ranging from hot summers to cold, wet winters. Prepare accordingly.
  • Peak Season: During peak season, sites can fill up quickly, so it's a good idea to book well in advance.
  • Winter Access: In some cases, parts of the campground may be closed due to weather conditions in winter months.

Additional Tips

  • Fire Safety: Pay attention to fire regulations. During high fire danger periods, campfires and charcoal grills may be prohibited.
  • Wildlife Safety: Store food and scented items properly, and be cautious of wildlife such as bears and mountain lions.
  • Leave No Trace: Keep the park pristine by packing out all trash, staying on trails, and respecting natural resources.
  • Emergency Readiness: Cell service can be limited, so plan accordingly and let someone know your itinerary.

Always check the official website for the most current information before planning your trip, as regulations and site details can change. Sugarloaf Ridge State Park's natural beauty and range of outdoor activities make it a special destination for campers, whether you're seeking relaxation or adventure.

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