2017 & 2020 Wildfires at Sugarloaf

    Wildfires swept through Sugarloaf Ridge State Park in both 2017 and 2020, each time burning about 75% of the parkland. Park Overview Straddling the Mayacamas Mountain Range and overlooking both the Napa and Sonoma Valleys, 4,750-acre Sugarloaf Ridge...

Zoom from the Park with New Internet Service

Thanks to an upgrade at Sugarloaf Ridge State Park, visitors can now attend school or work from the great outdoors! In order to help local families work and study safely, Sugarloaf has installed a new high-speed internet connection from our Visitor Center, and all are...

Sugarloaf’s PPPP (Personal Porta Potty Program)

  When we got the word that we could reopen the campground there at Sugarloaf, keeping our patrons safe was our primary concern.   The campground staff realized that many campers were uncomfortable with sharing bathrooms with others.   Hence, the PPPP (Personal...

COVID-19 and Sugarloaf

Sugarloaf Ridge State Park, nestled in Kenwood, has been closed since March 24th due to Covid-19 in order to follow CDC guidelines and precautions. Staff here are still maintaining the park and are more than ready to welcome members and the community back once it is...

A Family Week in Sonoma Wine Country

A Fabulous Family Week in Sonoma Wine Country What can do you with your family for a whole week in the Sonoma Wine Country, especially if your children have not developed a mature palate yet? A whole lot more than you would think. Here at Sugarloaf Ridge State Park,...

Taking Stock of Our Fire-Prone Environment

Gov. Gavin Newsom recently told the New York Times that California is facing “the most destructive fires in our state’s history.” It’s clear that we’ve entered a new era, with fires burning hotter, more destructively, and over a longer season. Locally, that has meant...