Start your reservation by entering your residential zip code. You can review the Reservation Policies here.
Take Your Pick! You can now choose from two different methods for selecting available campsites.
Customize your visit by selecting the nights for each available campsite from the calendar view below.
Select your desired check-in and check-out dates to view availalble campsites in Map View.
Select a Reservation Method:
Select the Map View button to set your camping dates to show available sites on an interactive map.
Choose the Calendar View button if your camping dates are flexible or you're finding limited availability with preset dates.
Your zip code indicates you are a Sonoma County resident.
When you arrive at Spring Lake Regional Park, please be prepared to present a driver's license, utility bill or other form of ID that verifies you live at a Sonoma County address.
As one of Sonoma County's most popular parks, Spring Lake Regional Park features a multitude of outdoor activities for every interest level. Spring Lake is a hiking haven with over 10 miles of trails to chose from, some even interconnected with adjacent Trione-Annadel State Park and Howarth Park.
Set amid an oak woodland above the lake are 31 campsites offered by Spring Lake Regional Park. Although no RV hookups are provided within the park, their absence creates the perfect excuse to enjoy and embrace the natural beauty that surrounds you.
To select nights for your camping reservation, click on an active check-in date for the desired campsite. Then select the last night of your stay. Your reservation will be highlighted and your check-out date is indicated on the next date.
Use the Calendar or links to change the date range of the list.
Using this view, you can select up to two campsites, as well as multiple check-in and check-out dates, on the same reservation. This allows you to assemble a longer reservation from two campsites - helpful during the busy season. You can also reserve up to two sites for your group to accommodate varying arrivals or departures.
You may select up to two campsites for any dates as long as your reservation is not longer than 10 nights and all dates are consecutive or overlap.
As an example, you can make two campsite reservations with varying check-in or check-out dates as long as all dates overlap or are consecutive.
Reserving campsites with separate date ranges, such as over two different weekends with unreserved dates in between, requires making separate reservations. You can complete one reservation and use the Make Another Reservation button in the confirmation stage to easily make additional reservations.
The nightly rate for each campsite is displayed by date and individual site. Note that rates are subject to change based on availability and season.
The quoted rate for each night does not include taxes or the reservation fee.
Information on each campsite is displayed by selecting the campsite name in the left column.
Check-in is at 2 pm. Check-out is at 12 pm. Please clean up the campsite before leaving, the next camper will appreciate it. Campsites will be held until 12 pm the day after the reservation arrival date. If the park staff or reservation agents are not notified prior to that time, the reservation will be cancelled and all paid fees will be forfeited.
Camping fees include one (1) vehicle per site as well as a towed vehicle or trailer. A maximum of two (2) vehicles (trailer, automobiles and RVs) may be parked at most campsites. Campers will be charged an extra vehicle fee per additional vehicle per night, subject to availability (max. of two vehicles per site). Extra vehicle parking is limited at all parks.
Campers may stay at Spring Lake Park a maximum of 10 nights during the summer season (May 1 - September 30) and 10 nights during the winter season (October 1 - April 30). At Doran Beach, Gualala Point, Stillwater Cove and Westside Park, campers are permitted to stay up to 30 nights in a calendar year. A camper may stay 10 consecutive night provided the site is available. Once this consecutive night limit has been reached, the campground must be vacated and no one in the party may return to camp in the same park for 24 hours.
Failure to comply with policies, rules and regulations may result in eviction from the campground and/or a loss of paid fees. It is the responsibility of the reservation holder to make sure that all members of their camping party are informed and comply with all rules and policies.
Additional Rules and Regulations