Camping and RV's

Sleep Under the Stars

Sleep out under the stars of the beautiful Ukiah Valley. The area hosts a multitude of campsites for tents or RVs. Fees, operating dates and facilities change upon occasion, so please call the operators directly—listed with each campground below—for the most up-to-date information.

Redwood Empire Fairgrounds RV Park

Features pull-thru sites with full and partial hookups, dump station, shower and laundry facilities. 1055 N. State Street, Ukiah. For information, call (707) 462-3884 or click here.

Lake Mendocino

Facilities on Lake Mendocino include a visitor center with weekend campfire programs, group and individual campsites, day use areas, boat ramps, fishing, wildlife viewing and equestrian access. Fees vary. 1160 Lake Mendocino Drive, Ukiah. For information, call (707) 462-7581.

• Ky-en & Bu-shay Campgrounds

Take Hwy. 20 E from Hwy. 101, 5 mi. N of Ukiah. Marina Dr. exit will take you to boat ramp, marina and Ky-en Campground. For Bu-shay Campground, continue past Marina Dr. and turn left after bridge. Continue along inlet river, campground is at top of hill. Open April – Sept.

• Che-ka-ka Campground

2 mi. N. of Ukiah off Hwy. 101, take Lake Mendocino exit and follow signs. Boat ramp, camping, dam overlook and day use area. Open year-round.

Bureau of Land Management

Access roads into this area are narrow and winding. Travel trailers and large RVs are not recommended. Before you go, obtain a free map at the BLM office in Ukiah. Campsites are first-come, first-served. No potable water at most campsites. 2550 North State Street, Ukiah. For information, call (707) 468-4000.

Cow Mountain Recreation Area

17 miles of foot trails, off-highway vehicles (OHVs) prohibited.

Golden Rule RV Park

Situated in a low mountain valley of Northern California’s Mendocino County, the 5,000 acres that would become Ridgewood Ranch were originally inhabited by the indigenous Pomo peoples. The property was purchased by automobile magnate Charles S. Howard in 1919, and he quickly transformed it into a fully working ranch and thoroughbred facility, complete with the Howard’s large Craftsman style home, and horse stud barn. From there this great piece of property includes a full mobile home park with residence living year around as well as a gorgeous RV park that is Golden Rule RV Park. Click here for details.

About Visit Ukiah

The Visit Ukiah Program is spreading the news about the Ukiah Valley. Funded by the lodging tax from local hotels and managed by a seven member advisory group with local representatives from the retail, wine, hotel, tourism, and art sectors, the program is responsible for marketing Ukiah as a destination for leisure vacations and business meetings to improve the City’s tax base and grow Ukiah’s stock in the State’s tourism industry.