Donate Today and Support Sugarloaf
- Donate $25 and your support maintains one campsite for a month
- Donate $50 and your support offers a school group visit
- Donate $75 your support supplies materials for trail restoration
- Donate $100 and receive 2 complimentary day-use passes
- Donate $250 and your support supplies materials to repair two steps on Vista trail
- Donate $500 and your supports offers one day of trail maintenance
- Donate $1000 and your support allows
- Donate $5000 and help rebuild damaged bridges
- Donate $7500 and your support covers park staff for one month during the closure.
Any Level of support is always welcome.
Video footage recorded by one of the wildlife cameras set up at Sugarloaf Ridge State Park that documents the progression of the fire
Support Sugarloaf Ridge State ParK
About 75% to 80% of the park burned in the October 2017 Tubbs fire. Some of the fires were slow underbrush fires and others were much hotter and damaged trees and soil. Most of the buildings the park survived. Robert Ferguson Observatory, the Visitor Center, main campground bathrooms, white barn, and red barn all were undamaged. We did lose two of 6 toilets in the campground, one water tank, and the meadow trail bridge.
Together we are the caretakers of this incredible Sonoma County gem. Please support Team Sugarloaf and help us maintain and reopen Sugarloaf Ridge State Park for everyone!
Your membership or donation supports park operations, including projects to maintain Sugarloaf’s beauty, accessibility, and park amenities.
More than just a park, Sugarloaf Ridge allows visitors to appreciate the tremendous beauty of the North Bay — and, through the Robert Ferguson Observatory, the universe!
Sustaining your park requires a team effort. Please help to share the responsibility for caring for this special place by becoming a member, or making a gift today! Your contribution provides the funding needed to ensure Sugarloaf Ridge State Park can flourish today, tomorrow and and well into the future!
To learn more about the ways that you can support this amazing resource, please contact Sonoma Ecology Center’s Development Office: (707) 996-0712 or firstname.lastname@example.org.