Sonoma Area Camp
Camp Cazadero is located northwest of Santa Rosa in Sonoma County's rolling hills just north of the Russian River, in Cazadero, CA. This rustic site sits on 1,000 acres of open meadow, groves of redwoods, madrones, firs, and oak trees, and stunning waterfalls. This beautiful and serene setting features long distance trails, an abundance of wildlife, and seclusion from the busy world, making it ideal for exploration and outdoor education.
Address: 22175 King Ridge Road, Cazadero, CA 95421
Environment: Redwoods, oak woodland, meadows, riparian and aquatic communities.
Contact: To reach a teacher, student, or staff member during their program at Camp Cazadero, call (831) 338-8018. In case of an emergency after regular office hours, call the site director at (707) 632-5276.
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camp cazadero Facilities
12 rustic cabins, winterized for year-round use, with accommodations for 12-14 people each, plus a teacher's cabin and nurse's cabin for up to 190. Clean bathrooms with showers are located inside each cabin.
Homemade meals served buffet style by WOLF School’s friendly staff in a spacious dining hall or on the outside patio.
Gill Lodge, Campfire Bowl, Vesper Point Outdoor Amphitheater, The Mesa Outdoor Gathering Area
Large Meadow, Ping-Pong Tables, Basketball Courts, Miles of Hiking Trails
Camp Cazadero is managed by United Camps, Conferences and Retreats (UCCR), a private 501(c)(3) non-profit camp and conference management organization with the mission of “creating partnerships to provide positive life-changing experiences.” As the educational component of UCCR, WOLF School is provided use of UCCR properties and facilities, allowing us the ability to offer our programs at professionally-managed campuses throughout California and maintain our focus where it matters most: on our students and their outdoor learning adventure.
To learn more about Camp Cazadero and uses for these facilities other than WOLF School programs, please visit UCCR.org.