Time to go in the garage and dust off the camping equipment and get ready to head off to the coast. It’s sad that a number of park facilities have been closed due to budget cuts but those that remain open will see a big demand this summer.
Wright’s Beach is one of my favorites.
There are 27 developed campsites located adjacent to the beach. There are no showers, but campers may use the hot showers at nearby Bodega Dunes Campground. Maximum trailer length is 27′, no hook-ups are available. Each site has picnic tables, fire rings and paved parking spurs. Running water and flush toilets are nearby. When the campground is filled, the overflow area in the Wright’s Beach Picnic Area may be used for self-contained vehicles. This area is along the roadway adjacent to the kiosk. Reservations are recommended, especially on the weekends and during the peak season.
Bodega Dunes is another popular campgrounds.
There are 98 campsites with hot showers, flush toilets, and a trailer sanitation dump station. Maximum trailer length is 31′, no hook-ups are available. Campfire and Junior Ranger programs are held in the summer months. The day use area includes a disabled accessible boardwalk out to a classic sandy beach. No DOGS and NO FIRES are allowed on the beach as a measure to protect the snowy plovers. The western snowy plover is listed under the Federal Endangered Species Act as a threatened species because of loss of nesting habitat due to human development, invasion of European beach grass and predation by ravens, foxes, domestic dogs and cats.
$8.00 per vehicle
$7.00 per vehicle for seniors
Bus fee for 10-24 passengers is $50.00
Bus fee for 25+ passengers is $100.00
Bodega Dunes $35.00 / night
Hike & Bike: $6.00
Wrights Beach $35.00 / night
Premium $45.00 / night
Extra vehicle: $8.00
Extra vehicle with senior: