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Old 01-30-2017, 08:56 AM   #1
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We are going to Napa and Sonoma

We will be there in a week. Other than Harvest Hosts are there any places to camp with a 25 and 30 ft. We would like nit to have to move every day. Thanks for any recommendations. Thank you
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Old 01-30-2017, 09:09 AM   #2
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Best overall value is the fairgrounds in Calistoga. Quiet, shady, walking distance to town, golf course adjacent.
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There is the fairgrounds/exposition center in Napa but is usually booked, and next to a highway. Also depends on what events are booked at the grounds.

We have stayed at Skyline Wilderness Park on the south end of town which is quieter and more open. Plenty of hiking trails on acres of grounds yet a short ride to town and the vineyards.
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Old 01-30-2017, 11:42 AM   #4
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Old 01-30-2017, 12:01 PM   #5
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The KOA in Petaluma is pretty nice, if you can't find anything in Napa or Sonoma itself.
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Old 01-31-2017, 11:13 AM   #6
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Napa-Sonoma

There are surprisingly few good camp grounds in the area, the Bothe State Park is nice but doesn't have full hook-ups. On the Sonoma side, there is a campground on the Russian River in Guerneville that is decent.
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Old 01-31-2017, 11:14 AM   #7
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Near Sonoma

If you're near Rohnert Park and time allows, head west to the ocean, through Sebaspol to Bodega Bay. Several sites there.
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Old 01-31-2017, 12:50 PM   #8
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Call ahead for reservations just about anywhere, anytime. Calistoga fairgrounds in Napa Co. and the Petaluma KOA in Sonoma Co. are both good suggestions. Sonoma Co. also has a number of regional parks in which trailers/RVs are OK. One of them, Spring Lake, adjoins the city limits of Santa Rosa. Call (707) 565-2267 for more info.
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Sonoma County Fairgrounds

We were there in May this past year. We stayed at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds in Santa Rosa. Nice RV park, full hook-ups and reasonably priced.
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Napa Fair Grounds is nice. As others have said, RV parks are limited. We thought Skyline was marginal at best. It really depends on your overall game plan. Stay out near Bodega Bay and drive into Napa / Sonoma as someone else suggested.
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In the summer we found the KOA in Petaluma to be full of very loud kids and parents! Last spring we stayed at Alexander Valley RV Park. Not fancy but out in the country on the Russian River and very quiet. We drove around each day and there are lots of great wineries around Healdsburg and also did trips to Calistoga, St Helena and Sonoma. Call Pride Mountain Winery for a,private tour. A highlight for sure!
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These are good suggestions. Hoping if I comment I'll be able to find it again later :-)
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You like rain, huh?
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Old 02-02-2017, 04:31 PM   #14
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We are headed that way in a couple of weeks. We have mostly stayed at Bothe Napa, but now that we have a 25', we will be at the Calistoga RV Park. We stayed at Skyline in August and thought it was ok. Probably won't be back there unless we have to. We really like the northern end of the valley better anyway.

Be sure to check out the CIAs lunch counter and store! It's one place we always hit up as their menu is always changing and very interesting. We usually pad our budget as there are so many wonderful places to eat!

I hope you are planning to make it to the coast as well. We love Doran (no hookups), but there are a lot of great places along the coast.
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Sonoma County has already had more than its long-term average annual rainfall total...and there are at least 3 more months to the typical rainy season! Talk about a turn-around from the past drought years. Be sure to bring a raincoat; you may need it. Also bring a cold weather jacket. It hasn't been very warm either.
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