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Sugarloaf Ridge State Park

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Sugarloaf Ridge State Park

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2605 Adobe Canyon Rd, Kenwood, CA 95452-9065
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San Francisco Super Saver: Muir Woods & Wine Country w/ optional Gourmet Lunch
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Combine two of San Francisco’s top area attractions—Muir Woods and Wine Country—on this tour, which saves you valuable vacation time and dollars. At Muir Woods, enjoy convenient drop-off without fighting for parking, and take your time exploring the redwoods. Head for Sonoma and Napa for visits to three wineries, where you can taste vintages without worrying about who will do the designated driving.
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pcinsb wrote a review May 6
Santa Barbara48 contributions33 helpful votes
We loved our hike...Vista to Grey to Bald...and back to the parking area. Such incredible 360 views. Many Sonoma vineyards, gorgeous green hilltops, Mt. Diablo, Mt. Tam and the tips of the Golden Gate. Pretty spectacular, really. Someone has a hilltop vineyard one canyon over that was pretty interesting. Picnic tables dotted throughout, good shade coverage for some of the hike. Can get a bit butt munch like towards the top of Bald Mountain. Lots of lizards and birds. Only one tick. Many wildflowers. Highly recommend.
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Date of experience: May 2021
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April wrote a review Apr 2021
Bondi, Australia8 contributions1 helpful vote
In the Sonoma/Napa valley region. My maps app was saying they couldn’t give me a route as a road was closed but we were able to get there with little issue. No one was in the office but they left out our parking permit and campground info at the office. Stayed only one night and between using the site assigned port a potty and water spigot didn’t need to use the restrooms on site. The area was beautiful and I highly recommend site 50.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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R M wrote a review Sep 2020
Washington1 contribution
All n all, a nice and peaceful time. Very family oriented. I'm a single man with his buddy. Not exactly a place I would have chosen to go. Not that's it's bad. It's full of families and lots of kids. Not my preference. I will say the park staff are VERY HELPFULL. Nadia (one of the park staff) was incredibly helpful and absolutely professional. The scenery was incredible. The hiking is everywhere. Please bring your own fire wood as the available wood is a bit pricey. Although the funds do support the park upkeep. The affordability was within reason. The sites are a lil close But still decent, compared to the over all average parks. Private porta john(that was nice). The over all experience was an 8. Only because I'm a single adult Male. No woman or children. So the environment was not one I would seek out, depending on my particular needs of my current trip.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Response from John R, General Manager at Sugarloaf Ridge State Park
Responded Sep 11, 2020
Thanks for the review! Nadia is a gem and we are glad you had a good time. Maybe we should set up a singles section of the park.... :)
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PaigeE.ND wrote a review Sep 2020
West Fargo, North Dakota11 contributions1 helpful vote
Paths were well mark. Nice, cleared, well kept paths. with benches and a few picnic tables along the way. We had a very nice time hiking here.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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sugaco13 wrote a review Jul 2020
Modesto, California10 contributions
We just spent 5 nights here and had a wonderful time. We split our time relaxing and hiking. The sites are a little small, but very comfortable, very family friendly. Fire pits, picnic tables, porta potties for each (for Covid19). Our trailer had issues, so we used the available hot showers at 25 cents a minute. Fits 2 comfortably for $2. We made the trek to the top of Bald Mountain and found it totally worth it. Take the smaller trails instead of the fire roads. Better scenery, better shade, better experience. Picnic at the top while enjoying the 360° view!! We took some smaller hikes other days. Spent one day hiking in Jack London State Park. That's well worth the very short drive. Oh, and yes, Nadia and TJ, the camp hosts, were amazing. They often drove by checking everyone was comfortable. They brought wood to our site for purchase while we were setting up camp. How is that for service! All in all, a great experience. Side note, the pizza at Palooza in Kenwood was delish!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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