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Wel ! come Sugarloaf Ridge State Park 2605 Adobe Canyon Rd., Kenwood, CA 95452 • (707) 833-5712 We hope you enjoy your visit to Sugarloaf Ridge State Park. Check with the park staff for the brochure that describes the story of how the park got its name. SUGARLOAF RIDGE STATE PARK offers 49 developed family campsites, a group camp, picnic sites, and trails. The mountain terrain of the 4900acre park has elevations from 600 to 2729 feet. The camp and picnic sites are set in a large valley with a meadow and stream at 1200 feet. Favorite activities include camping, resting, hiking, nature exploration and horseback riding. CAMPSITES must be paid for in advance. To hold a campsite you must reserve it or occupy it. To prevent encroachment on others, the limits of each campsite may be regulated by park staff. Camping fees cover one vehicle per campsite. Additional fees will be charged for more than one vehicle. Check-in time is 2 p.m. Check-out time is noon. CAMPING REGULATIONS: 8 person maximum per campsite. Maximum trailer length 24’ (RV 27’) CAMPING LIMIT: In order to accommodate the greatest number of visitors possible, the camping limit in this campground is limited to 7 consecutive days, and 30 days per calendar year. LOUD NOISES are prohibited at all times. Quiet time is between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. During these hours, talking and noise should not be heard outside of your campsite. Engine-driven electric generators may be operated only between the hours of 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. VEHICLES: All vehicle travel must be confined to designated roads or parking areas. Please obey all traffic signs. The speed limit for vehicles is 15 mph in the park unless otherwise posted. All vehicles and drivers must be licensed and all rules of the road apply. Parking is permitted only in designated areas. Blocking parking spaces is prohibited. DEAD AND DOWN WOOD is part of the natural environment. Decayed vegetation forms humus, which assists the growth of trees and other plants. For this reason the gathering of down wood is prohibited. (When considered a hazard, down wood is removed by park personnel) FIREWOOD is sold in the park for your convenience. Please do not cut any bushes, trees or tables for firewood. Ask the park staff where firewood is available for purchase. FIRES: To prevent wildfires, fires are permitted only in facilities provided for this purpose. Portable stoves may be used in designated areas. It is the responsibility of every visitor to use extreme caution with any burning materials, including tobacco. All fireworks are prohibited. Fires must be attended at all times and completely extinguished before you vacate your campsite. HORSEBACK RIDING: Within the oak woodland and chaparral, the park has 25 miles of trails for hiking and horseback riding. You may bring your own horse or make a reservation for a guided ride. A horseback riding concession is available during the spring, summer and fall. Reservations for guided rides can be made through the Triple Creek Horse Outfit: (707) 887-8700. Discover the many states of California.TM © 2007, California State Parks DOGS and other pets must be under control and on a leash no longer than six feet at all times. They are prohibited on all trails/backcountry except in designated areas. They must be kept inside tents or vehicles during nighttime hours. You must pick up after your pet. REFUSE, including garbage, cigarettes, paper, boxes, and bottles must be placed only in designated receptacles. There are recycle bins for aluminum, plastic and glass. Please clean up after yourself so that others may enjoy the beauty of this park. ARTICLES such as hammocks clothes lines and tarps are not to be tied to or hung from trees. JUVENILES will not be allowed to camp without a parent or legal guardian. You must be 18 years of age or older to camp unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. If you are under 21 years of age, you may not possess alcoholic beverages. LEGEND CH Camp Host Campfire Center Group Camp Sugarloaf Ridge State Park Campground Parking Your site #: __________ Picnic Area Restrooms ny Po Telephone il Tra il Stern Trai l Gate Water Spigots tain Tra Moun r we o L Day Use Lot ld Ba Observatory Entrance Station Visitor Center 1 2 3 4 48 49 46 45 e On 47 50 5 6 W ay One 44 43 42 41 40 7 8 Wa y 39 38 37 36 35 For emergencies call 9 10 Cr 13 14 15 30 29 16 34 33 32 CH 17 18 19 9-1-1 Horse Concession Service 11 12 20 21 22 ee ks 23 ide Natu re Trail 24 25 28 27 26 CAMPING RESERVATIONS: The reservation period is from March 15 through October 31. First-come, first-serve camping is from November 1 through March 14. You may make camping reservations up to seven months and no less than 48 hours in advance by calling 1-800-444-7275 (TTY 1-800-274-7275). Charge your reservations to your VISA®, Discover® or MasterCard®. To make online reservations, visit our website at www.parks.ca.gov.