Hikers traversing Creekside Nature Trail can enjoy views of a beautiful cherry plum tree that bursts into a beautiful bloom of pink flowers in spring, a panoramic view of Sugarloaf Ridge, and Hood Mountain to the West. As the name suggests, the trail passes by the calming Sonoma Creek next to our campgrounds. What many hikers might not know is that the 0.9-mile Creekside Nature Trail was built to be ADA-compliant. The start and end of the trail have van-accessible ADA parking.
Wheelchair users who wish to camp at Sugarloaf may do so at our 2 wheelchair-accessible campsites, with accessible restrooms, showers, campfire pits, and a variety of wheelchair seating areas.
Read more on the Sonoma Ecology Center blog.