RV Parks Near Sonora, California

RV Parks Near Sonora, California
Sonora, California, is in the heart of Gold Country, near the Sierra Mountains. Hikers and trail runners will enjoy the Dragoon Gulch Trail, a two-mile loop-trail that has varying terrain and views of the surrounding mountains. Visitors to the region can head into the Sierras, where there is hiking, mountain biking, wild-life watching, backpacking, rock-climbing, bouldering, skiing and snowshoeing. There are options for RV parks in the greater Sonora region.

Marble Quarry RV Park

Marble Quarry offers RV travelers in the Sonora region a park with full hookups, sites for most size RVs and hiking trails right from the campgrounds. Hookups include 30- or 50-amp electric, sewer, water and options for cable TV. Guests needing Internet may use the ground's Wi-Fi. There are primitive sites for tent campers. Guests may use the showers, bathrooms, laundry room and guest room. Pets are allowed if leashed but have areas for off-leash play. Four-legged guests get issued a "doggie treat" care package upon check-in. The Columbia & Marble Quarry with Nature Trails is on the park grounds for guest enjoyment and use.

Marble Quarry RV Park
11551 Yankee Hill Rd.
Columbia, CA‎
(209) 532-9539‎

Woods Creek Resort

The Woods Creek Resort has sites for RVs and tent campers. Large RVs can be accommodated. Hookups include 30- or 50-amp electric, sewer and water. Visitors at the tent sites have water access and may use the ground's facilities. All guests have use of the showers and toilets, laundry, and picnic areas. Pets are allowed if leashed. Woods Creek runs near the campground, and anglers can try for trout. Sonora State Park is within 15 minutes, and there are hiking and biking trails in the the Sonora.

Woods Creek Resort
18725 Hwy 108
Jamestown, CA 95327
(209) 984-3728

Sugar Pine RV park

RV and tent sites at the Sugar Pine are surrounded by 100-foot pines trees of the Stanislaus National Forest. The forest setting is in Gold Country and the Sonora region. RV sites have 30- or 50-amp electric, sewer, water and options for cable TV. Wi-Fi is available in the park. Tent sites are primitive but have access to fresh drinking and cooking water. All guests may use the toilets and showers, laundry room, barbecue stations and guest house. Pets are allowed if leashed. The Trail of the Gargoyles in the Stanislaus National Forest offers hikers a two-mile hike, and the Bear Valley-Lake Alpine goes along the lake shores and is open to bikers and hikers.

Sugar Pine RV Park
23699 Hwy. 108
Twain Harte, CA 95383
(209) 586-4631

Article Written By Eric Cedric

A former Alaskan of 20 years, Eric Cedric now resides in California. He's published in "Outside" and "Backpacker" and has written a book on life in small-town Alaska, "North by Southeast." Cedric was a professional mountain guide and backcountry expedition leader for 18 years. He worked in Russia, Iceland, Greece, Turkey and Belize. Cedric attended Syracuse University and is a private pilot.

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