We had a pleasant, if quite hot, stay here in July. The area of the campground that site #17 is in is quite shady. Though there are plenty of water spigots, most do not have threads for a hose, but the spigot for potable water near the dump...
We’d stay again in the springtime. It is too hot and windy in the summer for my taste. Some sites have no trees. We had two nice shade trees in #33 but with temps in the high 90s and low 100s, the AC was going many, many hours. Do check the algae...
My motorhome had a radiator problem in Bakersfield so I had to stay to get work done.
First off, the staff is so friendly and helpful I felt right at home. They had no problem with the mobile mechanic coming to do the work. The office staff all...
Note: Cash or check only.
I stayed on my way to LA. This is a large park which makes for good walking within the park itself. Sites are roomy and are packed dirt/sand. There are horseshoes available and creek access. The lovely scent of citrus...
I was very happy to find a campground that was open during the lockdown. I was surprised at how beautiful and clean it was. It was a long way from the freeway so be prepared for that. The staff was great on the phone and when I arrived. I was put...
$21 w/senior discount for hookups and one dog.
Beautiful spot on Putah Creek with lots of trees, a shoreline trail, paved RV site pads with electric and water, dump stations. There are plenty of dry camping sites as well but no generators are...
I arrived at 8:30 pm in November so I was pleased at the ease of getting in and finding a spot. As another reviewer said you do need to be aware of washes and homemade fire pits. The camp host was very friendly and helpful, referring me to the...
This was a nice surprise. I’d been boondocking and wanted a short break. This park is close to and overlooks Cottonwood. There are many trails for hiking and most allow mountain biking and horseback riding. The sites felt spacious and were paved...
The views of the red (Schnebly) and tan (Coconino) cliffs made this place special. It gives you a thirst for getting even closer to them. For that I recommend the Boynton Canyon Trail and I plan to hit the Boynton Vista Trail to see the Kachina...
The $33 fee was after my $2 senior discount (for those 62 years or older.) I dry camped and had plenty of sunshine for my solar panel. I was only going to stay one night but just had to stay two after experiencing this place.
This area is...
"Shady, pretty spot. Lake access a good walk or short drive."
"Hot and windy in the summer, with high algae count."
"Clean, shady surprise in Bakersfield"
"Friendly, country feel, lots of trees"
"Beautiful area with a lake, away from it all"
"This park is a gem and a birder’s paradise."
"Easy access, convenient to town, wonderful camp host, free"
"Well spaced sites with trees, electric, water, paved."
"Beautiful red rock views from many spots"
"Large campground, hookups or dry, beautiful area"
"Quiet, forested dry camping on the lake"
"Lovely, peaceful spot on the Lagoon and ocean, great birding"
"Stunning lake with perimeter trail and others, no cell"
"Gorgeous spot on the Rogue with spacious sites, well run"
"Dump station, no portable water but free"
"Small forest campground with spacious sites on the Winchuk"
"Lovely spot on Smith River, tight quarters for RVs"
"Lovely spot on Siltcoos River near the ocean with trails galore"
"Forest provides privacy, has beautiful trails, not noisy"