San Francisco North / Petaluma KOA

20 Rainsville Road, Petaluma, California
KOA Campground
10 reviews


Daily: $27-$65 Reported over 2 years ago
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  • Water
  • Electric
  • 50 Amp
  • Sewer
  • Wi-Fi Internet
  • Cable TV
  • Pool
  • Pets Allowed
  • Tents Allowed
  • Picnic Tables
  • Restrooms
  • Showers
  • Campfires
  • Dump Station
  • Playground
  • Propane
  • Pull-Thru Sites
  • Shade Trees
  • Big Rig Access


Stayed: 09/28/17 to 10/02/17

“Pros and Cons”

Nice KOA with spacious sites, lots of trees, pool, small dog park, helpful staff, great location for getting to Petaluma, Sebastopol, SF. The cons--FLIES, occasional manure smells, lots of people and parties, dirty bathrooms. 

“Show me the money”

Very expensive $80 plus. Nice layout tent sites, cabins, tiny homes but that is about it. Caters to groups so weekends are very noisy, dog matter everwhere, bathrooms/showers filthy. Stayed in to avoid the crowds but cable TV was useless. Seems no one cared about quiet time just the money.

“Very nice and organized”

Not sure why they put the sewer set up at the end of the lot where no normal camper hoses can reach.  Need about 5 hoses...  Other than that very nice.
Stayed: 11/02/16 to 12/01/16

This KOA was in the beautiful farmland of northern CA and only about 40 miles north of San Francisco, so you had the best of both worlds.  The park was well maintained and had a nice sized dog park. There was also a "petting farm", rock climbing tower, and a bounce house for the kids.  They had a fairly well stocked store on site, but it was a little pricey. The sites were of average size, buy for a little more you could get a site on the end of the row with a larger "front yard".  In the spring, summer, and fall they offered tours of San Francisco that left from the KOA.  The tours ended 10/31 and we arrived 11/2 so we couldn't  try a tour, but the convenience would have been great. My only complaint was that in the month of November we had lots of rain and the sites with thin grass were a bit muddy. A few paving blocks would correct this one short-coming. 

“Good Stopover ”

As with most KOA'S the park is well maintained and the staff was courteous and helpful. This is a heavily wooded park and the roads and spaces are tight. Most sites will not get sitelilite. Didn't use any facilities. 

The location is good because of its proximity to San Francisco. We stayed in a 34' motorhome.   

Nice park but their Internet sucks.  Tengointernet.  Used it at another  park and it suckered there to.  Very quiet.  But Internet sucks.

Overnight stay - Very popular park. For as many people that were here, it was kept up and clean
Stayed: 08/01/14 to 08/02/14

“KOA at its best”

Unfortunately only dry dock available (49$). Parked in a field full of cows--t and no wifi :-((. But camp ground has everything and kids loved it. 


We met friends that rented cabins while we had our RV. It's very nice with lots of trees. Courteous staff. The store could carry a wider variety of food items. They've got a cute petting zoo and a nice hot tub.  

“Great clean family fun”

What is there to say its a KOA camp. This is a very nice place to stay in our RV. Kids love every inch of it. Easy to get to. Pull in and the the kids loose. Many amenities offered without the worries of any dangers wilderness camping can deliver. Wife approved kids love what more to say. This is a very nice KOA.

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