PARK REOPENING ON FEBRUARY 1

Thanks to our Partners at the CA State Parks Bay Area district for all their work to make this happen.
Reopening Timeline:
McCormick Addition – Jan. 20 (Access through Los Alamos Road and park at Hood Mt. Regional Park lot. County fees apply
Sugarloaf Adobe Canyon Entrance: Feb.1
Sugarloaf Campground Partial Opening: – Feb. 15
Sugarloaf Campground Full Opening: April 15.
We have lots of events coming up – see our website for details.
Also, there is approximately $40,000 worth of bridge and trail repairs that are needed to reopen the park.  We need your help financially and physically.

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Camping at Sugarloaf

You can enjoy camping year-round at Sugarloaf with 47 family-friendly and alchohol free camping spaces surrounded by a large meadow, bordered by a year-round stream and a hillside forest.

Stargazing at Robert Ferguson Observatory

Completely dedicated to public viewing and education, the Robert Ferguson Observatory is the largest in the western United States and it’s right here at Sugarloaf Ridge State Park.

School Programs

With over 25 miles of trails, year-round camping, a seasonal waterfall, one of the highest peaks in Sonoma County, and the headwaters to Sonoma Creek Sugarloaf offers a wide range of educational opportunities for classes of all ages.