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Date of Stay: January, 2014 - $24.00
This park is right in the middle of Rohnerville. Convenient if you have business here or want a place close to the new casino. Lot of full timers here with all types of RVs: new and old (but mostly new from what I could see), a lot of this park goes back where I could not see. I imagine a lot of people who are living here have jobs in the area. The sites are crammed together with narrow roads. I would not want to try getting in with a very large rig. The route to my RV spot was confusing as the map directed me in, but I was facing the wrong way for utility hook-up. I had to go back out of the park and come in facing the other direction. Once I was in the spot correctly, the utilities were easy to access, but the spot was not quite level. I thought it would be a nicer place to stay than the fairgrounds in Santa Rosa where I had just come from (as that place has nothing but large gravel over the whole park' not good for dog walking.) But next time, I will just stay in Santa Rosa: will not come back to this park. It should be fine if you need to stay in Rohnert Park for any reason, but I would not recommend it for a stop off point in your travels. We camped at Wine Country RV Park - Sonoma in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2013 - $50.00
Wish we had read the reviews before staying here. There are very few spaces open for short stays and they are tight and hard to negotiate. Many cars are parked in front of trailers making the road narrow and the turns are not very wide. The back part of the park is in extremely bad shape. The office staff was very friendly but this park costs way too much for they type of park this is. Good Sam needs to re-rate this park as it does not come up to their standards. We camped at Wine Country RV Park - Sonoma in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $38.00
Read the other reviews and were hesitant to stay here but it was much cheaper than the next closest alternative. We were closest to the office so felt OK leaving to visit friends. Spaces are small and the place is NOT big rig friendly. Very few spaces for overnighters. I felt sorry for the big rig next to us trying to get out our first morning. I moved my car so he could turn across our space but he still had to back several times and rubbed a tree making the corner. Staff was friendly and dog area adequate. I will pay more and stay elsewhere next time. We camped at Wine Country RV Park - Sonoma in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2013 - $50.00
The manager was friendly and helpful. The park was generally run down in the area not used for overnighters and looked to be occupied by seasonal workers. Our site was newly renovated and satisfactory, but younger teenagers at play raised the noise level in the early evening. The laundry was very basic and not as clean as it should be. Security could have been an issue if we had left our rig unattended. Getting out was a bit dodgey due to sharp and narrow corners. Not likely to return. We camped at Wine Country RV Park - Sonoma in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $49.00
A bit cramped and tight but manageable sites. Cable TV has only 5 snowy channels. WiFi took ages to set up and we had to call the provider to do so, when connected it was slow. Otherwise good for a nights stopover. We camped at Wine Country RV Park - Sonoma in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $28.00
To say this "Park" is a bit cramped would be an understatement in my opinion. The short term stays are crammed in together all in a row, and we had to back in and out of the road leading to our site as we could not turn around with our truck, and there was no other way out. On either side we looked into the windows of two huge RVs. This "Park" was a great disappointment, and I would find it difficult to refer to it as a park. To exit the place we left early in the morning and backed our truck and travel trailer out of the site and up the exit road inside the campground to get out. I don't know how else we would have exited as we could never have made the corners to exit in the proper direction--not without moving several vehicles and flower pots and not with a 27' Camper and a truck. That said, everything worked well. We had full hook-up, and the people in the office were great. They had a great looking TV & public sitting room, and the laundry worked well and was economical at $1.25/washer. The half barrels of flowers are a lovely touch but so inadequate in the cramped, dismal surroundings. We would never stay here again. Price quoted is Passport America price, and as far as I'm concerned, about double what should be charged for this place. Passport America and Good Sam need to rethink endorsing this campground. We camped at Wine Country RV Park - Sonoma in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $48.00
This is one of those RV parks that you can stay at for a night or two if you're driving through town. The name "Wine Country RV Park" is slightly deceiving, as the actual wine country is further north towards Healdsburg (about 30+ minutes). The host was very friendly and helpful. The park is maintained and there are half wine barrels with flowers at each site which is a nice touch. The bathrooms were clean. Laundry looked clean as well, although we did not use it. Note that the park has a section designated for full time residents, mostly in run down motorhomes. As soon as you pull into the park you're greeted by a few of these units, and the rest are sectioned off in the back. They keep the middle section open for short-term stays. Wi-Fi worked well, cable not so well. Sites rather close together. Getting in and out of the park was quite tricky as the corners are tight, as well as maneuvering around low-lying branches and trees. Short walk to a mini-mart/deli type store. Would only stay here again if we had to. We camped at Wine Country RV Park - Sonoma in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2012 - $49.00
This is not a destination park. It is fine for a quick over night or short layover. The sites are small and very close together. There are a few that will handle larger RV's and they are good about placing you in these sites. This is more of a residential park, most full timers in the park. There is a back section that has mostly older run down trailers, but this is blocked off and does not take away from the front part of the park. I note some previous reviews stated noise from some of the full timers in the back section, but we found it very peaceful and quiet during our stay. The front part of the park is nice and well maintained. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The club house is large and inviting. There are comfortable sofas around a TV and another section of comfortable seating around a fireplace. The ping pong table is outdoors and has has seen better days. The weather has caused it to warp. Laundry room is well maintained. We had a tough time when leaving. It was very tight at the end where we exited. They had installed some storage lockers which took up space and made it very tight getting out. We had to move a large potted plant in order to get out. So make sure you check the exits before leaving to make sure you choose the best way out for your RV. We camped at Wine Country RV Park - Sonoma in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2012 - $44.00
We stayed at this park for 3 nights. The park manager was very friendly and helpful. The site (#112) was sufficient for our 29' RV and Jeep. The restrooms were very clean. The park has great proximity to Sonoma State University (less than 1 mile), Sonoma, and surrounding vineyards (about 30 minutes). The sites are pretty close together and there are a large number of extended stay campers at the park. We camped at Wine Country RV Park - Sonoma in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2012 - $24.00
Call this park first. Do not drive into this park to see if they have any vacancies. You can’t tell from the roadway what you are getting into. There were no sites available in this older, cramped park filled mostly with what appeared to be permanent residents. The streets are so narrow that we didn’t know if we would be able to make the turns to get our 32’ fifth wheel back out without hitting something. One of us had to get out of the truck to watch for trouble all the way back out, unusual when you are going forward. The desk staff was cool, but not rude. Probably an okay place for smaller rigs, just due to the price (Passport America) in an expensive area. We camped at Wine Country RV Park - Sonoma in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $40.00
This resort is clean and has flowers here and there. Restrooms and showers are clean. That is about all that is good about this park! RV's are jammed so close you can not extend an awning. Lots of permanent types living in older RV's. Lots are very small with hookups near the front of RV so you have to stretch hoses to reach. Overpriced for amenities. Is both a Passport America and a good Sam park but very much overpriced. We camped at Wine Country RV Park - Sonoma in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $50.00
Why would anyone stay here twice if they were not forced to stay here? How could any park place MH's closer together? This is a place to sleep if you have too. We camped at Wine Country RV Park - Sonoma in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2011 - $45.00
We found this park to be very flexible and 'camper friendly'. The management was very knowledgeable of the area and an excellent resource for both wine country and San Francisco. The park was well maintained, clean and reasonably priced. We would recommend it to our friends. We camped at Wine Country RV Park - Sonoma in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2011 - $27.00
We discovered this park through Passport America. The park write up in the Passport catalogue makes this place sound like a first class resort. We were very disappointed in our stay here. They pack in the RV rigs so close together that one could not even put up their awning. This place should be condemned as there is no standard for RV's some of the permanent residents trailers etc. are from the 50's, with tires missing, tarps overtop of them, falling down etc. Not to mention the people living in them! It is truly depressing to see that people actually have to live like this. Families living in 28' trailers! Kids playing on the road etc. Cats and dogs everywhere! Don't get me wrong, we have a dog and appreciate parks that welcome pets. The only thing good about this place is the Manager, who is very friendly, hard working and knowledgeable of the area amenities etc. We couldn't get out of this place fast enough and will never return! We have RV'd for many years and across many states and provinces and this is the worst we have stayed at. We camped at Wine Country RV Park - Sonoma in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2011 - $44.00
We stay here 3 to 4 times a year because our daughter is a student at Sonoma State University, which is just 1/2 mile down the street from the RV Park. The wine country, the beaches, even San Francisco are not to far away. This park is clean, safe, quiet and for us very conveniently located. There is nothing wrong with this park, although the turn to get in is a bit tight , but you just take your time. The managers a very friendly, and we really like to come back every time. We camped at Wine Country RV Park - Sonoma in a Motorhome.Undo
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