Sugarloaf Ridge State Park, Kenwood

4.8
TEMPORARILY CLOSED due to fire damage.

Sugarloaf Ridge Park Features:

1) Best views in the North Bay. From Bald Mountain’s 2700-foot summit you can see San Francisco, Napa Valley, Sonoma Valley, Mt. St. Helena, Snow Mountain, and the Sierras.

2) A lovely seasonal waterfall on Canyon trail.

3) 25 miles of hiking trails. Everything from an easy 1-mile nature trail to a challenging 8.2-mile loop over Bald Mountain.

4) Great mountain biking and horseback riding trails.

5) Incredible diversity of landscape: Cool redwood forests, flower-filled meadows, and bird-rich chaparral.

6) The Robert Ferguson Observatory offers monthly “Star Parties” where the public can see the heavens through the observatory’s three large telescopes. (for info see www.rfo.org)

7) Family Campground with 47 sites. Now with hot showers!

8) Group Campground with room for 50.

9) Interpretive visitor center open on weekends.

10) Tranquil creek side picnic area.

11) Managed by Team Sugarloaf. Five local non-profits – working hard to keep your park open.

12) Fees: $8.00 day-use, $49.00 annual pass and $35.00 camping.

See you soon at the Headwaters to the North Bay and Gateway to the Stars.

Team Sugarloaf:

Sonoma Ecology Center, Valley of the Moon Natural History Association, Sonoma Trails Council, United Camps Conferences and Retreats, and the Robert Ferguson Observatory.
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  • Beautiful park with many different trails and good maps and info at the start of each.Loved our hike and can’t wait to get back next year! Small fee ( honor system ) and good parking , some trail star...  more »
  • Local here. My wife and I have visited this great little park over the years. Now with little one two less than three years old, it was another new experience. Get an annual pass if your are resonantl...  more »
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  • We enjoyed a great spring weekend in the park. We checked in at the visitor center, stayed in the campground and hiked the many trails around the ridge to Bald Mountain. It was a nice weekend outing and great to be enjoying some much needed sunshine. There is a lot to offer around in this area. From great food, wine tasting, hiking and camping. We enjoy coming to this area for the weekend.
  • This place is very beautiful and serene. Wear comfortable clothing and walking/hiking shoes. Bring your camera and be prepare to enjoy yourself. The waterfalls are hypnotic!

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