Sonoma County Fairgrounds RV Park
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: NA
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps, 20 Amps
Not Recommended - 2020
My wife and I traveled all the way from Southern Oregon towing our brand new Peak Mountain Camps trailer with our Ford F-350. We arrived at Sonoma County Fairgrounds RV Park at 4:30 pm. We had a phone reservation made before we left Oregon. We were attending a weekend event at the fairgrounds as a vendor. The RV park seemed perfect because of proximity. We were greeted at the gate by a very nice man named Tim. After that everything went downhill rapidly. A young lady with no interpersonal skills named Stephanie Nanny demanded to see our RV registration and proof of insurance. We had these documents but the language on the registration was not satisfactory for her ... ours said ?Travel Trailer Registration? where she wanted ?Motor Coach?. Not welcoming and not a pleasant conversation. Bottom line, we ended up going a bit further to Petaluma KOA. We have stayed at much nicer fairground RV parks with no issues. This was basically a large gravel parking lot with tight spaces and no privacy. Be warned!
Best in Bay Area
Yes it is a big gravel lot, great WIFI, clean restrooms, and laundry, Host Campers are great and make sure you thank them for gving back.
Best deal in bay area at $25.00 per night.
Super Convenient, Big Rig Friendly Park
There's not a lot to say about the park other than it's a clean, giant gravel parking lot with great satellite access. We came here at the last minute for Thanksgiving week to visit family, and had no problem getting in, there are so many sites.
The workampers here are great, and the price is the best one in the area for FHU. WiFi is fast, and they have recycling.
For basic accommodations, this place is fine. Don't expect luxurious amenities and you won't be disappointed.