Camp Meeker, California is an unincorporated village located on the Bohemian Highway, between Occidental and Monte Rio. It has a small population.
Set amidst redwoods near Dutch Bill Creek, it gets a considerable amount of rainfall during the winter season.
Camp Meeker takes its name from Melvin Meeker, a lumberjack who logged in the area between the train station and westward to the Pacific Ocean. It is often affectionately called 'Damp Sneaker' by the locals.
Like many other towns in West Sonoma County, Camp Meeker was a vacation place for people who took the train from San Francisco around 1900.
Camp Meeker is the home of St. Dorothy's Rest, a retreat center and summer camp.
Fire protection is provided by the Camp Meeker Volunteer Fire Department. In 2003, the department claimed that Camp Meeker was the only place in Sonoma County which places fire hydrants every 500 ft (150 m).As of December 2001, one year class of Wild Coho Salmon have been spawning in Dutch Bill Creek. In 2002 Dutch Bill Creek has been part of the captive broadstock program and since 2006 juvenile coho have been released in DBC as a part of this program.