Liberty Glen Drive-In Camping
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers operates Liberty Glen drive-in campground at Lake Sonoma on a reservations only basis. Reservations for standard sites and the camping cabin can be made the day of arrival and up to six months in advance through Recreation.gov website or by phone at: 1-877-444-6777. Reservations for the group sites can be made up to 12 months in advance.
For security reasons, the campground gates will remain locked, with the combination only being issued through the reservation service to registered campers. Park volunteers will staff the campground, allowing visitors to examine the facilities as staffing allows.
This is to ensure our visitors with the highest quality recreation experience while allowing the park rangers to focus on public safety.
The park will continue to honor the Federal “American the Beautiful” senior and access passes with discounted fees.
There will be no fee increase for boat launches.
First come, first served camping will remain available at the Lake Sonoma Marina. For further information call the marina at (707) 433-2200.
Liberty Glen Campground has 96 campsites for RV's and tent campers; however, no electrical or water hook-ups are available. Campsite amenities include picnic tables, fire rings, and lantern holders. Firewood is available for sale from the camp hosts. Trail users have easy access to the lake's trail system. Universally accessible campsites are available for the disabled. Restrooms, showers, and potable water are available in select areas of Liberty Glen campground. The dump station is open for service.
Individual campsites are $25, double sites are $50 and the group sites are $100 nightly. Also available is a camping cabin that sleeps six at $70 and an equestrian group camp (dry camp) at $50
For information about amenities and reservations in Liberty Glen, please contact the Visitor Center at (707) 431-4533
Campers check in at the entrance station to Liberty Glen.
Click the link below to learn more about Liberty Glen Campground.
Primitive Boat-In or Hike-To Camping
Lake Sonoma has 106 primitive campsites and two group-use campsites that are accessible by boat and/or trail only (no car access). Each site has a fire ring, picnic table and lantern holder. Restroom facilities are chemical vaults. Potable water is not available. Campers must pack in their own water or have a high quality water filtering device to use lake water for their needs. Campers must have reservations and may no longer check in at the Visitor Center before going to their campsites.
The park will continue to honor the Federal "America the Beautiful" senior and access passes with discounted fees. Since camping fees cover day use fees at Corps boat ramps and trail heads, please write your reservation number on a slip of paper and place it on the dashboard of your vehicle. Lake Sonoma no longer offers first come, first served boat-in camping. Reservations can be made the day of camping and up to six months in advance; group sites may be reserved 12 months in advance.
Individual campsites are $20 and group sites are $80 per night.
* Caution should be exercised around campgrounds and on trails, as much of Lake Sonoma's terrain is steep.
Camping is available by reservation by calling the National Recreation Reservation Service (NRRS) at their toll-free number, (877) 444-6777, or visit their website at www.recreation.gov. Be sure to specify California as the state, "Boat-In Sites" for the primitive boat-in/hike-in campsites or “Liberty Glen” for the drive-in sites; individual, double, camping cabin and all group campsites including the equestrian group at Lower Lone Rock. There are no first come, first served campsites at Lake Sonoma, whether at Liberty Glen or on the lake at the Boat-In or Hike-to campgrounds. For information about camping opportunities, please call the Vistor Center at 707-431-4533.