Sonoma County has a wealth of natural beauty and so many ways to explore it. Come for the wine and food, stay and enjoy it all between a canopy of redwoods or near crashing waves, either in a classic tent or as a luxurious glamping experience!

There’s no wi-fi in the mountains, but you’ll find no better connection.

– Anonymous

Since the area is full of campgrounds and glamping opportunities, we’ve compiled a list, from closest to our tasting room in Sebastopol to farthest, where you can create your own unforgettable memories. 

Sonoma County Map - Camping spots near Emeritus Vineyards

A. 5.5 mi – Mirabel RV Park & Campground ³
B. 9.5 mi – Schoolhouse Canyon Campground ² ³
C. 11.2 mi – Parker’s Resort ³
D. 11.6 mi – Johnson’s Beach ² ³
E. 12.0 mi – Spring Lake Regional Park ¹ ⁴
F. 12.3 mi – AutoCamp Russian River ²
G. 15.7 mi – Petaluma KOA ² ⁴
H. 16.7 mi – Doran Regional Park ¹ ⁴
I. 17.7 mi – Casini Ranch Family Campground ¹ ² ⁴
J. 18.1 mi – Sonoma Coast State Park ⁴

      • Bodega Dunes Campground ² ⁴
      • Wright’s Beach ¹ ⁴

K. 19.5 mi – Westside Regional Park & Campground ³
L. 20.8 mi – Wildhaven Sonoma Glamping ³
M. 21.0 mi – Sugarloaf Ridge State Park ¹ ⁴
N. 22.1 mi – Willow Creek Environmental Camp ³
O. 31.4 mi – Liberty Glen Campground ¹ ⁴
P. 37.1 mi – Russian River RV Campground ² ³
Q. 37.3 mi – Stillwater Cove Regional Park ¹
R. 38.7 mi – Salt Point State Park ¹

      • Woodside Campground ³

S. 58.5 mi – Gualala Point Regional Park ¹


Learn more about these awesome spots from Sonoma Magazine (1), Trip Advisor (2), Inside Sonoma (3, 4), and Sonoma County Regional Parks