Cloverdale / Healdsburg Koa

Cloverdale, California

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Cricket concerts, bullfrog symphonies and the sounds of ducks and geese welcome you at this dark-sky campground tucked on a ridge overlooking the stunning Alexander Valley wine appellation. Sites are nestled among 100-year-old oak trees, eucalyptus and evergreens. Deluxe Cabins perched above the valley have sweeping views. This award-winning KOA offers a hillside pool and spa, nature trail, fishing pond, paddleboats and gymnastics playground. It's a haven for bird-watchers, grape-lovers, cyclists and stargazers. Watch for surprises and entertainment all summer. Enjoy wine tasting at 50 premium wineries outside the entrance. Boat, fish, water-ski, canoe or tube on Lake Sonoma or the Russian River. Healdsburg boasts antiques, a casino, boutiques and four-star restaurants. Golden Gate Bridge and ocean beaches are only 1.5 hours away. Come to create unforgettable campfire memories. Pool: Open all year. Max pull thru: 75 feet. Your hosts: the Mendala family.

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