2 Parks near Santa Rosa, California
Aug 2015 - $31.00
Location is the plus here. Gavel lot, some shade trees, bathroom would be what you find in SP. Walking distance to downturn, good place for wine tours, town has Uber service. I would stay again. - NXTSTOP
Jul 2015 - $36.00
Bare bones park - no amenities. Adequate for an overnight stay. - Roger H.
Apr 2015 - $20.00
Passport America is honored for one night, full rate after that. A gravel parking lot with full hookups, like most other fairgrounds RV parks. Surfaces are nice hard-packed gravel. Interior roads are large enough for the largest rigs to navigate with ease. It appears that only the last row of sites has 50 amp power. Not much road noise. There are trees between many of the sites, but the north/south orientation of the sites allowed our rooftop satellite dish to pick up all three satellites. The site was wide enough to park our toad next to the RV. Very pleasant camp hosts who actually fill out all the registration information for you. Proof of insurance is required.
There is a tiny, clean laundry--two washers and two driers. - Denali
Aug 2015 - $35.00
Dry Camping only. Some bad, some good equals average. Good: well-spaced sites, a few pull throughs paved. Restrooms and showers kind of gross, costs a buck and a half. Good set up for families and kids. Quiet. Tranquil setting with lake and flat, two mile hike around. In town, for easy access but feels like in country. If you can tolerate dry camping and use on board facilities this is a good bet. - 1947red