From the bloggers at Sonoma Magazine
Camping is usually considered a summertime activity, with many Sonoma County campgrounds filled to capacity during the warmer months. There’s no better way to spend a vacation than taking hikes during the day and then spend the night by the campfire, telling stories and eating s’mores.
But the best camping experiences happen in the fall and winter months, when most people are busy shopping for the holidays and the crowds are staying warm inside. Without the throngs of people, the animals are more comfortable roaming in their natural habitat, and the plants are starting to take over now that they aren’t getting trampled. If you can brave the cold and don’t mind the rain, nature will reward you with stunning wildlife and wilderness views.
To read the full story by Sonoma Magazine, click here.