RV Parks & Campgrounds

San Francisco North / Petaluma KOA RV Camping Resort KOA

3.5 Stars 3.5 - 15 Reviews  $$$$
(707) 763-1492
20 Rainsville Rd
Petaluma, California


Water, Electric, Fifty Amp, Sewer, Wi-fi, Pool, Pets allowed, Tents, Cable TV


May 14, 2024 - reviewed by Bw A
4.0 Stars   
Very Fine KOA
One of the most attractive KOA parks we have been to. A bit spendy but the pull-through sites are very attractive. We didn't know and selected a backin site, which was OK, but not as nice as the pull-through stes. Our site had "VIP" services which means that you don't have a sewer connection, but they come around every morning and suck your tanks empty. It was OK, but never had this procedure.

September 10, 2023 - reviewed by Jenelle
5.0 Stars   
This is one of the nicest and most expensive campgrounds we have ever stayed at. It would be worth the cost if you have kids there is a lot to do!

September 23, 2021 - reviewed by T&C
3.0 Stars   
Well Kept Beautiful Trees
We stopped for one got a pull through with redwood trees all around. Large campground & well kept. The only drawback was the odor in the air. Seemed close to a stockyard but did not see one. We kept the windows closed & the ac on even though the temps were mild.

June 27, 2020 - reviewed by Camper
4.0 Stars   
Big Campground
Way bigger and nicer than I thought it would be. Get a patio site. Worth extra money, its expensive, but to be expected in bay area. Lots if trees and things for kids to do: pool, petting zoo, etc. Would be a good base camp if staying in the area, or if you live close enough, a fun weekend spot.

August 26, 2019 - reviewed by Big dog
4.0 Stars   
Typical KOA, lots of people, but a lot to do. The staff is amazing and I want to give a shout out to Melissa. We had a couple of issues with our brand new trailer. She came over and helped us sort things out. The only reason I’m not rating it a 5 is the price is a bit high, but still a great place to stay.

August 8, 2018 - reviewed by Curtster
1.0 Stars   
$90 for a night and I bring the house? No thanks, I’ll keep driving

April 4, 2018 - reviewed by 2Bounders
3.0 Stars   $65
Expensive-Great For Kids
Typical KOA, made for families and fun. As most KOAs, pretty expensive ($65+ weekdays and $95+ weekends) got your basic site with FHUs (some sites have no sewer hook up but a pumper comes to your site as needed at no extra cost). Very tight spaces with a picnic table and fire ring. WiFi worked pretty good and cable TV. All the amenities like pool, hot tub, petting farm, rental bikes, a bouncy pillow, etc.

September 29, 2017 - reviewed by Phil Nardell
5.0 Stars   
Trip To Frisco
This was my first time in the Frisco area. Loved the camp. Decent, wooded sites. Very clean bathrooms. Nice pool, but wish the hot tub was working. Took their day trip to San Fran. Really good value for the $ and a great intro to the City. Lots to do nearby

July 24, 2017 - reviewed by Chris
5.0 Stars   
Crowed but sites were nice and loved the day trip you can buy to see San Francisco was worth the cost.

June 26, 2017 - reviewed by Not My Place
2.0 Stars   FREE
Not My Place Either
Too noisy on weekends because of events, parties and lack of quiet time. Very expensive $80 plus. Bathrooms/showers filthy. This place caters to the party crowd and it's clearly about the money. Don't know where the lake picture with boats is but it's not here.

October 25, 2016 - reviewed by Dinoc
3.0 Stars   $40
Only Game In Town
We stay here when visiting friends in the bay area because it is nice enough and there are not many other choices.

October 10, 2016 - reviewed by RooFamily07
2.0 Stars   $97
Too SMALL and Too $$$
I wouldn't come back here again. Almost $100 for a site that was too small and people packed in on top of each other. Sure there are tours and things to do... but we own a rig to enjoy it and be around other people doing the same. There aren't many other options close by, but if I had the choice I wouldn't stay there again.

July 26, 2016 - reviewed by Anne Van der Sluis
3.0 Stars   $89
Nice And Very Expensive
Nice big camping with a lot of facilitys but small sites.

June 28, 2016 - reviewed by Dinoc
4.0 Stars   
What A Koa Should Be
This park is set up for vacationing in the san francisco area. It has a play ground, petting zoo and kids activities. Tours are available for visiting san francisco or wine tasting. The outlet mall is just down the road. Also a great place to stop before taking on the bay area traffic or on your way out of town

August 12, 2015 - reviewed by Cheryl & Howard
4.0 Stars   
Lots of amenities
This was a nicely kept park, crowded (full) but nice and quiet in the evening. There were lots of kids on bikes and scooters (well behaved, but scary to drive as they were in and out of traffic) The cabins and lodges were nice, but we stayed in our 35 ft RV. The site was not at all level and the sites are close, but there are nice trees and grass in between, not a parking lot.

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