I'm a professional truck driver. My wife and I are seasonal RVer's. We get our travel trailer out about 5-6 times a year. We have only camped within 150 from home so far.
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Date of Stay:
August, 2017 -
A former KOA that is now an RV park for residents/long term. We took the last available site for a night. The office is only open Monday through Friday, 9 to 5. No drop box for payments. Had to shove a check for $36 through the door jamb. The site (25) was big enough for our truck and trailer (55 feet). Lots of shade. It was somewhat a level, gravel site. Excellent water pressure. The electrical box only has 30/20 amp. It had breakers for 50 amp, but no plug. The cover was removed and was laying on the ground. The sewer hookup was just slightly higher than our hose support and also had no cover. Just a brick over the hole. I checked out the men's room and showers. They looked clean and usable if needed. We used the decent sized pool. I talked to a resident using it before we got in. She said it was cleaned on Friday. Our site had some grass and a picnic table. It was too hot out to use. There was some wood planks left behind along with a drinking hose, sewer elbow. I gave it a 5 because the site we were suppose it use was taken. And what would of happened if we couldn't get any site after driving 90 miles? Closed office on the weekends too. Also it's a bit hard to find if using your GPS. Mine took me to a driveway before the actual entrance that is shared with a mobile home park. We camped at Dingerville USA RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
We like to eat and play at Feather Falls Casino. The brewery has good food and nice entertainment. Gold Country is also a great casino and great food. Lake Oroville is a nice place to visit too.