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Old 04-27-2016, 10:34 AM   #1
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Wine country, sonoma area, ca..RV Parks?

Hi Fellow Travelers, first cross country from NC, planning to spend time in Ca..sonoma area to see that wine country..any suggestions? Have 37 ft class A with toad..

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Old 04-27-2016, 10:40 AM   #2
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Great area. Check out the Napa Fairgrounds RV park in Calistoga. Full hookups and paved. Some spots with large shade trees. Passport America works there for 50% discount.

Also a short walk to Calistoga's main street. Over 500 wineries in the Napa/Sonoma wine country.
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We've stayed at Sonoma County Fairgrounds but make sure nothing else is going on during that time. It accepts Good Sam, Escapees, Passport America and Happy Camper. It's just a large gravel lot with hookups and there are trees but it's so convenient.

RV Park and Lodging / Sonoma County Fairgrounds

We also drove to San Francisco from here and parked at the Larkspur Ferry Landing on the north side of the bay. From there we took the ferry for a pleasant short ride to the Ferry Building in San Francisco. We had pre-arranged to have a small group tour van meet us there. It was a fantastic tour and highly recommended. Our daughter, who lives in San Francisco, was even impressed. Then we took the ferry back to our car.

https://www.sanfranshuttletours.com/
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We started at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds (basically a big gravel parking lot, but good price and full hookups), then moved to Bodega Bay, where the 'fog horn' (really just a random annoying electric beep) drove us crazy and then moved to Guerneville at the River Bend RV Resort, which we were very happy with. Lots of wineries in the whole area, so you really can't go wrong anywhere.

Keep in mind, we were in a hybrid at the time. We might not be as annoyed with the fog horn now that we have a Class A but would probably still prefer River Bend.
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