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Wine Country RV Park


7450 Cristobal Way
Rohnert Park, CA 94928
707.795.9333
No Email Address
http://winecountryrvparksonoma.com
3 Reviews
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Nice, well maintained park. Very friendly management. They gave us great advice for trips into the Winecountry and the Sonomas Valley. Sites are wide enough, although a bit tight to get in. But no problem when you can drive your rig. We stayed here a week and were very happy with everything. WIFI work better than in most other parks. Clean, quiet, safe place.We will be back. We stayed here in 36ft. 5th wheel.

Received from Frank Beyer for visit in Jul 2009


Site Number: 18
Stay Again? YES
This RV park is located in the middle of Rohnert Park, California. It has mostly long-term RVers, and is located in the middle of the city. There are some nice pull-through sites, but getting in and out of the park may be difficult for longer rigs as there are sharp corners inside the park and on-street residential parking to get through outside the park. It is a good base to see the sites around this area, but is not a "camping" park. The laundromat, restrooms and grounds are clean and neat; there is no pool, but there is a recreation room with a large TV. The main drive is asphalt, but the sites are full of midsize gravel; the dirt underneath turns into dark tar-like mud when it rains, and then it rises. The long-term (1 to 6 months) contract states that no automobiles are allowed in the park; that seems to be flexible as some people keep their cars inside the grounds anyway, for a fee, I am told. There is assigned parking outside the premises in a paved lot. Some of the sites are very narrow and allow little room to access utilities and/or your front door--never mind putting the awning or your chair out. If you want a place to stay in an interesting area, this fits the bill. If you want to spend much time at your site outside your RV, you may want to check out other options. We chose this RV park for its location, but will not stay here again.

Received from for visit in Jan 2008


Site Number:
Stay Again? NO
My husband and I were shocked that this park was actually in business and accepting guests. Upon our arrival, our first reaction was that we were in a demolition area and had made a wrong turn! Apparently they are new owners but why should traveling RV'ers be subjected to such a disaster? We booked this park after having reviewed their website. The website was very attractive but is totally misleading and inaccurate. Cable not working, WIFI not readily available, showers/bathrooms substandard; RV sites not ready for guests (debris in site and throughout park; cleanup work going on throughout the day;;tractors moving gravel/debris. If it had not been a holiday weekend (Memorial Day) and the fact we had driven so far that day, we would have left immediately and found other RV accommodations. We have been on the road for 3 weeks and have stayed in several RV parks over 6 states and by far this was the worst we have ever experienced.

Received from Debra S for visit in May 2007


Site Number:None
Stay Again? NO



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