General Campground Information
Rv30 Amp $87.50 plus tax for two people ($15.00 p/p over 2)
Rustic Kabin (one room sleeps 4) $99.50 plus tax for 2 people ($15.00 p/p over 2)
Rustic 2 room Kabin (2 rooms sleeps 6) $109.50 plus tax for 2 people ($15.00 p/p over 2)
Lodge w/bathroom sleeps 4 KL6-9 $310.00 plus tax (over 4 $50.00 p/p even visitors)
Lodge w bathroom sleeps 4 KL12-15 has a view $275.00 plus tax (over 4 $50 p/p even visitors)
Lodge w/ Lrg Kitchen sleeps 4 KL2,3,5 near pool $350.00 plus tax (over 4 $50 p/p even visitors)
Lodge on hill w Kitchen KL11 sleeps 2 PRIVATE $225.00 plus tax
Lodge handicapped sleeps 2 has view KL4 $350.00 plus tax
Lodge with large kitchen and floor space and deck KL10 $300.00 (sleeps 4 $50 p/p even visitors)
These rates do change according to the seasons but generally run from May to Christmas. Please remember NO visitors during the Peak Holidays.
Music and Radio
Check In Time
Smoke Free Campground
Exit 517 Closed!!!
On TOP of Alexander Valley
NO Tents on Cabin, Lodges, RV sites
Pool and Spa year around hours Winter and Peak Hours
Check out time
Pool use after check out
Reservation fees for RV, Tent, KKabins
ALL Lodges are $25 cancellation fee if cancelled outside of the 30 days with the whole deposit being forfeited within 30 days.
Site questions answered
Gathering of 12 persons+
After hours arrival
Bikes, Mopeds, Scooters,
5 pmh speed limit
Meet Your Hosts
We have blended the spectacular natural environment with modern amenities that campers expect today.
Before she bought her campground in 1993, Pamela Mendala worked hard in the banking industry. But once she left the corporate world, Mendala took off a considerable amount of time to think about what she would do with the rest of her working life. "I thought about what experiences could combine together and what parts of my life gave me the greatest joy, satisfaction and memories," she said.
Her introspection brought her back to the outdoors and the memories she had with family and friends in that setting. During her time off, Pamela drove with a friend in a rented RV to Colorado and stayed at many campgrounds along the way, and one was a KOA campground. She found it was for sale and became interested in the possibility of buying it.
But her ties were to the Bay Area, so Pamela systematically began looking for campgrounds that met her criteria and were closer to home. She came across the Cloverdale campground and decided to buy it. As a business owner, Pamela is attentive to the deliberate marriage of the campground's physical setting with its offerings.
"We have successfully blended the spectacular natural environment with the modern amenities that campers expect today," she said. "It is a delicate balance to strike, keeping the environment as natural as it is."
Pamela is clear about the number one offering of her campground. "Always, always, always remember what business you are in. Ours is the business of creating memories," she said. "We are not in the campground, hospitality or recreation business. We are in the memory business."
She still likes to travel, but can't resist stopping at businesses to observe their services and environment. She makes mental notes on what works for them and how they create winning combinations and then takes those ideas back to her campground. Even in her spare time, the driven and smart business owner is still thinking about the principals of business. "I try to make sure I am always working on the right things," she said.