SAN FRANCISCO NORTH / PETALUMA – KOA
20 Rainsville Road
Petaluma, CA 9495
Open All Year
238 Sites. Most common site width: 30 Feet. Max site length: 55 Feet. 163 Pull-thrus.
* Pet-friendly with Breed restrictions.
Wi-Fi, Cable TV, Swimming Pool, Hot Tub, Tour Shuttle, Bike Rentals, Security Gate, Storage area, *Rally friendly.
From the junction of US-101 & SR-116E, Go North 3.8 miles on US-101 to Old Redwood Hwy/Penngrove exit (34 miles North of Golden Gate Bridge), Exit to the West side of freeway, then West 300 ft to Stony Point Road, then North 4/10 mile to Rainsville Road, then West 300 feet. Entrance on the Right.
Petaluma was once known for its grain milling and chicken processing industries, which continue to the present as a smaller fraction of its commerce. At one time, Petaluma was known as the “Egg Capital of the World,” sparking such nicknames as “Chickaluma”. Petaluma hosted the only known Poultry drugstore and is the place where the egg incubator was invented by Lyman Byce in 1879.