Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Russian River Campground, Cloverdale, California

Nestled in the hills along the banks of the Russian River in Sonoma County is the Russian River Campground (this is an RPI park). This campground is hilly and well treed, yet has many sites that are open enough for roof mounted and tripod satellite dishes. All sites are paved and come with a picnic table and BBQ grill. Unfortunately, the sites do not have sewer hookups. There are four loop areas that have their own showers and laundry facilities. There is a lodge and community center that has a book exchange, pool tables, satellite television, local phone, WIFI and tourist information. Overall, we would recommend this campground.

2 comments:

Karen said...

Hey, guys,
You're starting to get to some of our old stomping grounds. We used to swim in the Russian River during the summer. My grandparents had a summer/weekend house in Marin County and it was a nice drive up to that area. Jeff worked for several years at the Napa Register, too, so we'd explore -- had college friends that lived along the coast. That Mendicino coast area is also where Hitchcock set "The Birds" so watch out!
Karen

Suzanne and Brad said...

Hi ya!

So that's why there are signs all over the place, "Karen was here"! :-)

We agree - it's beautiful - looking forward to exploring the area in the next few days - off to the Peanuts (Charles Schultz) Museum today....stay tuned!

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