32 Parks near Rohnert Park, California
Jul 2016 - $50.00
This park is very clean and quiet. It is closed to Restruants and the bay. The spaces are separated by lattice fencing. Fire pit can be bought or rented. There are various games like corn hole, etc on the property and a fenced in dog run. - Rosie the dog
May 2016 - $50.00
Drove to Bodega Bay and stayed at Bodega Bay RV. The park is very, very nice; level gravel sites, great WiFi, bathrooms very clean, lots of hooks in the shower area, cloth shower curtains, clean laundry room, $2 for washing and drying, and spacious sites. Not a lot of greenery at each site, though there is a bit of grass and a small sapling, but the perimeter of the park has beautiful Cyprus (I believe) trees. We would definitely stay there again. A fire ring can be rented for $10 a day. - Living the Life
Mar 2016 - $50.00
We have been looking for a park/campground by the ocean on the coast north of San Francisco to spend a few days and after reading the reviews and detail of this park decided to give a chance. Made a reservation for a pull thru space and when we arrived and greeted by the host/mgr. it was there waiting for us. This park is located right on PC Hwy 1 but is set back far enough that there is little to no traffic noise so the nights were quiet and very peaceful. The hookups all worked well, good water pressure and no drops in the electrical either. The spaces are wide enough apart to afford some privacy so you don't feel boxed in or cramped. No ocean view as it is about 1/4 mile or so off the beach and surrounded by a grove of I believe Torrey Pines that serves as wind break. The restrooms were neat and clean and there is a small area in the office where you can buy essentials if needed. Nothing fancy but it works for what it is. The pads are gravel but level and well groomed. We levelled the coach easily and quickly This park is located about a mile north of The Inn at the Tides and the main area of Bodega Bay itself as is the main tourist wharf area, so going back and forth is quick. We really enjoyed our stay here and will for sure be going back again at some point this year. Overall a very nice and convenient RV park that is well run and set up to make you stay enjoyable. Only disappointment, not attributable to the park, is that the old fog horn we were so looking forward to listening to at night and to fall asleep with, has been replaced by one of the new electronic higher single hz. "beeps" every ten seconds. Just not the same, but what is these days......... - BankShot
May 2016 - $32.00
This is a beautiful park. Wide spaces and lovely views. Only 2 spots right on the river for RVs. We had PA discount, but thought the full price of $ 63 was high, and charging for showers (meters) was unnecessary. - Rosanne
Nov 2015 - $50.00
This was not our first trip to Casini Ranch. You cannot beat the location, it is on a working ranch between the Russian River and pastures of cows, horses and other livestock. You feel like you are on a ranch when you are here. They have over 200 sites but the sites are not right next to each other, some sites are very private. They have 40+ channels of TV, very good wifi, a store on the property and a laundry facility. The staff we interacted with were very friendly.
We have been to several RV parks from Fairbanks Alaska to Northern California. Casini Ranch is a jewel, we have only seen 2 other parks that can offer the same ambience and they are much smaller and not located in such an optimal location. If that were not enough the activities provided at the park really make it exceptional, the Hay Ride and the bon Fire on the beach are both events not to miss. - Nicole Cook
Sep 2015 - $60.00
We booked a stay for one night at Casini Ranch Family Campground. The appeal of this campground is the beauty of the surrounding area--the Russian River with its various activities, the solitude not found in less rural settings, and the quaintness of nearby towns Jenner and Monte Rio.
Check-in went smoothly albeit somewhat slowly. When we did make it to our camp spot, service personnel were working feverishly to restore electricity to the campground that had apparently been out for some time after the Labor Day holiday. Within 30 minutes of our arrival, the electrical issue was solved.
The premium full hookup sites are long enough for most motorhomes and trailers, but the width could be improved. With three slide-outs, our 5th wheel leveling legs were partially on gravel and partially on the cement pad. A nice fire pit accompanies each campsite. We did not use the cable television hookup, opting for satellite dish use. The campground's wi-fi, while a bit slow, is free for one day's use; after that you'll have to pay. Verizon cell signal is very good. Also, as others have noted this campground can be quite dusty.
Casini Ranch Campground is probably much better for a multiple day stay since getting to it off Highway 101 is definitely off the beaten path. The River Road route to the campground is scenic as is the occasional glimpses of the Russian River. This campground might be worth another visit if we plan on staying more than one day. - Professor Ken
Apr 2016 - $45.00
This park is also known as River Bend. One is for tents and another is for RV's according to the owner. Water in the showers was warm and owner said she would tell her husband about it. FYI, no ATT service in the RV area. If you're Xfinity customer there was great free wifi available. Sites abut the highway so some road noise. In short nice park, but expected more for the price point charged. - hmthomas1
Jul 2012 - $40.00
River access was nice, but WAY too much money for what you get! Also seemed to be more of a "full time" campground than a vacation spot. Has a lot of folks living here and it was very noisy. It's right on a busy road, so lots of traffic noise too. Also very crowded. - frenchman
Aug 2009 - $40.00
Crowded, noisy. Way over priced for what you get. Friendly hosts, but the crowd seemed like a bunch of squatters looking for a free meal. Did like the river being close, but had a hard time enjoying it. - mountainsurfer
Apr 2016 - $50.00
A very nice park with super location for touring the Napa Valley. It is on the fair ground property but feels nicely removed from it yet convenient walking into Napa proper. The sites are all paved, level and generous in size. We had booked just two nights and would have loved more but they were full. The camp host is great. He has been there for 11 years and works like crazy to keep the park spotless and safe which we truly appreciate. There are rules to follow and they would be enforced but that is what most Rvers appreciate. Thank you! We loved being able to walk into town. Great restaurants of course. Gotts drive-in worth a lunch and the Ox-bow market next door is great, and all just a few minutes walk from the park. Touring the valley from here super easy. Don't miss going North on the Silverado Trail, a much easier drive especially with your rig than 28. We will be back to this park for an extended stay! - Ryno
Apr 2016 - $45.00
This is a small park (28 spaces), but it really worked well for us. Our space was long - we could easily park behind our rig with plenty of pavement to spare. Grass surrounds all of the sites, and the camp hosts were busy busy busy keeping it all mowed and trimmed and everything tidy. WiFi worked well, but there is no cable and we really had a hard time bringing in local TV stations over our digital antenna (thankfully, RedBox is close by). There is shopping and restaurants south and north, and "wine country" is just out your door and up the road a little ways.
Also, about every two spaces, you have your own garbage and recycle can in a little enclosure right in front of the rigs. Very handy!
Our one little nit-pick is coming and going into and out of the park. We just about drove past the place, as the sign is very small. Also, there is one of those triangle-things where the access road meets the main road, making you make only right turns when leaving the park (we cheated a few times, but it really is a bad corner as traffic comes zooming around from the north). That triangle kind of gets in the way as you first enter the park, so give yourself plenty of room if coming from the south to swing around and make the turn (we have a 36' motorhome pulling a Honda CR/V).
If we're ever in the area again, staying here would be an absolute no-brainer! - coffeetime
Mar 2016 - $45.00
For Napa we were very happy to get a spot at this Park. Nice grassy spots outside your concrete pad with tables. If you go out back expo gates you are two blocks from downtown. Directions to Park - it is important to follow the RV park directions so you go in a gate that is open. Small park so reserve early as popular. - Scooterd16
Jul 2016 - $81.00
We picked this park for its high Good Sam rating and its proximity to the San Francisco ferry, Muir Woods, and Sonoma & Napa Valleys. Both criteria were wrong. We paid $81/night, and an acceptable price should be no more than $30-$35. All sites are exceedingly narrow backin spots where your front door is one foot from the neighbor's sewer drain. The staff pleasantly took our money. An attendant who was supposed to help us back in was of almost no help. It was level is about the only positive. The bathroom/showers were barely acceptable for a kid's summer camp and had little privacy. We did not use them. Camp WIFI is Tangonet, so it's miserably slow. Camp cable is adequate. We used our DISH to get our preferred channels. AT&T provided two bars LTE. We will not stay here again. - OH2SD
Apr 2016 - $71.00
Rates are high and going to $80 with the discount May 2016. That being said it is less than 10 miles to the ferry to SF, less than 14 miles to the Golden Gate Bridge. Less than 20 miles to wine country and cheese country. Sites are very tight but hey we are over 58 feet long. 3/4 of park is park models and parking for your toad is at a premium everywhere in the area. Stayed 4 nights. - Landyachty
Apr 2016 - $71.00
We stayed here after being turned away at another park where we thought we had a confirmed reservation. I was leery because of reviews I'd seen, but desperate to park for the night.
The park was actually a step up from the one we had originally selected. The sites are closely spaced, but do have enough room for a 40' motorhome with slides on both sides. The location, while farther from SF, is close to everything in Marin county and only 45 minutes from Sonoma wine country. There is a nice deli on site, and while the Wi-Fi was spotty, the staff did try to compensate by offering plenty of access coupons for multiple devices. Sprint cell service worked well in the area. They also provided good information on local services such as grocers, restaurants, hardware stores, etc. - Acornalley
Mar 2016 - $45.00
It happened to be raining when we were there and it flooded quite a bit. The maintenance guy was great, watching the flooding levels all night. They moved us to slightly higher ground. And refunded one night when we left early. So everyone was great there but from asking around at nearby campgrounds when we are trying to figure out where to go during the rain, this campground is known to flood. I felt it was overpriced for what it was. It is an older campground with smaller sites. But it is in a good location. And all the campgrounds are expensive there. - Two_Huschels
Oct 2015 - $45.00
Sites a bit close together, mostly gravel & grass. Fairly level, poor wfi. Pair of pit bulls at nearby site made several guests uneasy. Campground really filled up over wk-end. - Taco stand
Oct 2015 - $43.00
Stayed at an electric/water site. Camp was full on the weekend, deserted after noon on Sunday. Electricity was constant, water good. Used the dump station and it worked fine. Location was good for trips to the "city" and up and down the coast, which is very popular. Initially, we were put in a site that was not level, for a week long stay--but, it was easily remedied by the friendly staff. Internet login is complex, but works well, even during peak periods. - BuffaloGR
Jul 2016 - $75.00
Facilities are nice. RV sites are beautiful and spacious with some privacy. We stayed in a corner lot, so we had a bench and firepit. The park is well off the freeway (little noise). Many trees, so satellite reception may be a problem. A great place for a family to stay -- lots of activities. For older couples or overnight stays, though, the park is over-priced and noisy -- can't recommend.
For the size of the crowd, the park was understaffed, so employees were overwhelmed (and as a result, under-caring). Responses to complaints were well-rehearsed. For example, when we checked in, we were told in advance not to bother complaining about the internet. Instead we were given a number to call (TengoInternet). Of course, wifi connection did indeed turn out to be a joke, and no one answered the phone number we were given.
The sites are unpaved and not close to being level. Our auto-levelers couldn't quite adjust -- bring your blocks.
Very convenient location for families looking for an escape from the Bay area. In the summer, get ready for a crowd. High prices. - Christopher Scott
Jul 2016 - $67.00
This "kampground" is like an amusement park. There is so much to do, especially for kids. Kids where everywhere like flies, and I count my child among them. The pool is huge and very clean. The campgrounds are somewhat dry and plain - not exactly close, nor widely spaced - just middle of the road for this type of camp. I suppose it's difficult to maintain grass in California at this time. It was all brown and dusty. Our neighbors were very nice and friendly. The staff was friendly but also crazy busy. The office was a madhouse all day long. Utilities were fine - no problems. By 10pm, the campground was quiet every night. Only problem was some of the teens would walk through my campground. I would stay here again. Camping in the bay area is slim pickin's, so it's not like there is much else that is better nor cheaper - especially for a family. - SeaTeacher
Jul 2016 - $80.00
One of the best things about the park is the van tour they offer to San Francisco. John was a fantastic guide to the city and it kept us from having the hassle of driving ourselves and parking a car. The sites were not quite level, so we had to use blocks, but the situation wasn't too bad. Another fine thing about the park are the redwoods throughout the park, along with other trees. If you have kids, the park is a destination in and of itself, with a large pool, trampoline, rock climbing, petting zoo, pool tables, video arcade, etc. Everything was clean and well-maintained. - Breeze On
Jun 2016 - $36.00
This could be a convenient location for the sights and wineries of Sonoma County, close to downtown Santa Rosa. Site was level and utilities all in good order. That's the good.
A number of permanent residents, with multiple vehicles and trash bags/junk piled in the vehicles. Some are neat, others not. Pickup truck with trash bags overflowing and above roof line; the related motorhome had similar in front seats, filling front window. "Rules" are not enforced (site next to us had sewer hose dropped on ground and emptying into open drain- no end connection (park management and staff walked next to this several times and did nothing). The neighborhood is OK (who wants to live next to the fairgrounds), but no problems whatever walking to nearby park etc.
There is no WiFi available. Nothing fancy--level sites on gravel, laundry with two washers and dryers, decent room between sites, a few sites with a tree or two between. Sites just wide enough to put out side awning to site line. Nor a place to enjoy sitting outside. Some sites have picnic tables, some don't (and some of the long-term residents have two, perhaps why others have none). 50 amp sites are in the back row, all else are 30 amps (and I was told that a reservation for a 50 amp site is meaningless because the 50 amp sites are handled on a first-come, first-served basis). Thus like me, you can arrive with a confirmed 50 amp reservation and be told there are none available.
This campground is, as the name says, part of the county fairgrounds. The website does not say, and i discovered on check-in, that my reservation dates were cut short because of a Country Music Fest. It was explained the park serves the fairgrounds, and reservations mean nothing if something pops up at the fairgrounds or the fairgrounds decides for any reason that it wants the spaces. So if you have a confirmed/reconfirmed reservation, it may or may not be honored or cut short. I doubt we'd return. - SW Rick
Apr 2016 - $32.00
Friendly managers, gravel lot, quiet, a few full timers. Have stayed here before, no wifi though..problema. - Tonyl
Mar 2016 - $36.00
As everyone else is saying this is a gravel lot but level. Big rigs needing 50 amp service are on back row and easy to access. No grassy areas so pets have to walk on gravel. Convenient for our wine trip as next to 101. Quiet park at night. - Scooterd16
8225 Conde Ln Windsor, California 95492 (map) | (707) 838-4195
Sites: 95 | Latest Rate: $40.00 | 9 Reviews
Jul 2016 - $40.00
This park is filled with perm residents. Only have a couple of daily spots. Felt like a poor man's monthly stay. Lots of talking and visiting by the locals. Finally cut off about 11 PM. Felt safe and people were friendly. Site was level. Streets were asphalt but not maintained last 20 years. Do not know if you can do better locally or not. We were overnight only. - Sir_Charles395
Feb 2016 - $26.00
The staff was excellent! The park seemed brand new and was very well maintained. Sites were quite varied, I suspect many sites/sections are being upgraded as there were a mixture of gravel and concrete sites. Be careful of the site you get, one section with new concrete pads was far from level and we were forced to move. We ended up in a pull through site where rigs were door facing door, without much space between. Look before you park, but stay away from the fence (highway noise) at the far end, up the hill. Despite these issues, we were surprised by the fact that there were many empty sites in prime snowbird season. It is really a great location. - BMonk
Dec 2015 - $40.00
We had planned to stay here for 2 weeks but ended up asking for our money back. We did stay 3 nights. This park has mostly long term tenants in the back half (and may be great for them), but for the average RV customer it does not feel right. As a result there was constant traffic in and out of the park, no speed control. We asked "Do you have full hookups" before we booked and they had NO TV at all! They said they had Wi-Fi but most of the time we were there the Wi-Fi was a 1 Mbps and could barely do email; sometimes we could not connect at all. The park is basically a gravel lot with connection posts and they pack you in next to each other. This is not a vacation spot.
I will say this, I gave them a 3 and not a 1 because the people in the office were always nice when we went in to complain. The sign says they have a water slide but the water slide has not been there in some time. - Nicole Cook
Dec 2014 - $42.00
"Run, don't walk" away from this park! First, they only had 50 amp plug sites available so had to buy an 50/30 amp adapter to get power...They have no cable TV hook ups either and when I went to the office to ask about it I was told quite rudely by the Manager, "We have wifi, no cable". (the wifi was s-l-o-w) I complained that along with the adapter, the pet fee and lack of cable that I would rather have stayed somewhere else the manager said she thought that would be a good idea! If "older style" means toilets that come with instructions to get them to flush without clogging and showers that are missing lots of tile and have water saver heads with very little pressure (that the toilets more than compensate for in multiple flushes) then yes -it is older style. What little asphalt is left on the roads has more potholes than smooth spots and the full time residents do little to make the park appealing. Overall, the worst park we've ever stayed in. - rocket11
Sep 2012 - $27.00
Stay away from this one. Staying here was a Big mistake! My son, daughter-in-law, and spouse said it would make a good horror movie. The bathroom was covered in black widows and spider webs. There was no hot water available if you dared take a shower. Water was rusty and smelled something fierce. The manager was laying in the front seat of his maybe 1975 Class C with cardboard covering broken windows. The fence surrounding the park was a falling down paint bare picket like you might find in an old cemetery in a horror movie. If we had not paid in advance and arrived at 10:00 pm we would never had stayed. Traffic noise was bad too!!! Stay anywhere but Windsorland RV !!!! - DigMyPast
Jul 2012 - $30.00
All in all a nice stay. Very reasonable price. They WON'T be closing for at least another year or two. Clean park: has been spruced up from 2 years ago. Town of Windsor square is across the street (easy walk) and has restaurants, shops, concerts and movies in the square on Tuesday and Thursday nights. Also has a farmers market on Thursdays. Drawbacks are: no hot water in restrooms (we used our own), no cable TV, (but DOES have WiFi), and located next to Hwy 101. Nice people and quiet at night. Would definitely stay here again. - frenchman