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Located in Southeastern Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, in Northern California, Annadel State Park, also known as Trione-Annadel State Park is 5,092 acres in size. It lies approximately eight miles from Kenwood. Some of the natural attractions within this day-use park include marshes, creeks, wildflowers, rocky outcroppings, woodlands, chaparrals, and meadows. Amidst the hilly terrain of Annadel State Park lies Lake Ilsanjo, one of the area’s prime attractions. This 26- acre recreational humanmade lake was built in 1953. It is popular with anglers and swimmers.

There are lots to see and do in Annadel State Park. When your interest is on land activities, you will find over 40 miles of trails scattered throughout the park. They are open for hikers, cyclists and horseback riders. Typical with many California’s state parks, Annadel State Park is rich in wildlife. Book an RV in Santa Rosa to enjoy Annadel State Park scenic landscape.

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Getting Outdoors

Hiking is one of the most popular ways to spend time during your RV rental trip to Annadel State Park. When you hike around the trails of Annadel State Park, the chances are good that you’ll see plenty of wildflowers. Notable trails include Canyon-Spring Creek Trail Loop, cobblestone trail, Warren Richardson Trail, and Mars Trail.

Named after previous landowners Ilsa and Joe Coney, Lake Ilsanjo is a magnet for anglers year-round. It is prime fishing joint for black bass. Other popular species include bluegill and largemouth bass.

For animal lovers, the park boasts of tons of wildlife species. Black-tailed deer are commonly spotted. If you are keen enough, you might spot other animals such as bobcats, coyote, squirrels, and raccoons. Common birds include ducks, pleated woodpeckers, wild turkeys, black phoebe, and pygmy owls.

Camping at Annadel State Park

While there are no camping options inside Annadel State Park itself, there are lots of parks nearby where you can park your RV rental or pitch a tent.

Adjacent to Annadel State Park, Spring Lake's campground offers 31 campsites. Park amenities include a dumping station, restrooms, and showers.

San Francisco North / Petaluma KOA is one of the favorite places to camp in your motorhome rental when exploring Annadel State Park. It is especially popular with families with kids. To keep the children entertained, there is a bouncy park and a small petting zoo. This 300 site campground offers full hookups, laundry facilities, a dumping station, and restrooms.

Located near Sonoma Creek, Sugarloaf Ridge State Park Campground is the perfect place to camp for the great outdoor lovers. Amenities offered include drinking water, hot showers, fire ring, and toilets. Most sites can accommodate RV rentals of up to 28 feet. There are tons of recreational trails open for bikers, hikers, and horseback riders.

Should you be interested in a quick overnight stop, consider checking out the Sonoma County Fairgrounds RV Park. Amenities offered include full hookups, laundry facilities, and showers.

Exploring the Area

When you are interested in exploring the neighborhood attractions, there are plenty of affordable motorhome rentals in Santa Rosa. Most of the attractions are within a short driving distance, making them ideal spots for day trips. Before leaving the park to explore, the rest of Sonoma County attractions make a point of spending a few hours at Spring Lake Regional Park just next door. There is a lot to see and do for both kids and adults. Spanning 350 acres, the park is home to 72-acre Spring Lake. The three-acre summer swimming lagoon is one of the major park's highlights. The most popular recreational activities include horseback riding, fishing, hiking, boating, and biking.

If you are fascinated by natural attractions, head over to Old Faithful Geyser of California in Calistoga with your motorhome rental. For ages, this geyser has been erupting on a regular basis hence the name old faithful. In addition to the geyser, the area has lots of llamas, mountain goats, and horned sheep.

Vallejo Six Flags Discovery Kingdom nearly an hour’s drive away is a great destination during your family RV rental trip. Located in Vallejo, this 135-acre park is home to marine animals and wildlife. Here you can watch the dolphins, sea lions, stingray and giraffes. This theme park has many fun rides.

For those of you that are a nature buff, your RV rental vacation is not complete without visiting the Quarryhill Botanical Garden. Located in Glen Ellen about 13 miles away, this beautiful 25-acre garden prides itself on showcasing plant species from Eastern Asia with emphasis on plants from China, Japan, and Korea. Ponds, trees, creeks, flowers, waterfalls, and shrubs dot the gardens. There are many walking paths crisscrossing the gardens and plants are well labeled.

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