I stayed here previously in 2003. (See first review.) Have to say that I was disappointed in the condition of this park. The sites are still grass and gravel. The trees are still in all their glory. The roads are kind of rough. We never did see the manager. Self registered and found our own site. There are a lot of full-timers. Some of the sites are run down, but it was quiet. I'll probably stay here again because it is handy to town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a good overnighter while travelling up and down Interstate 5. The sites are set in
an olive grove providing lots of shade. Roomy sites of gravel withgrass between the sites. While in Corning visit the olive tasting place across the freeway. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Sites were really good and the access off the freeway was excellent. Every site had three big olive trees for shade and really added to the place as it was 103 degrees when we camped there in July.Stayed one night and will stop there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
If you could more this park a wee bit further from I-5 and put in a bigger dog run, we would rate it 9 /10. The Wi-Fi was fast, roof top antenna TV great, and the park itself was quiet at night. Washrooms and the large showers are heated in cold weather and very well maintained. Gravel pads were level and the roads paved. We would certainly stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stay here overnight. It would have been OK for a longer stay. The park host and hostess were very helpful. Big park with long pull throughs. Good water and 50 amp electric. Wi-Fi work Ok. For the money - you couldn't do better. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stay here every year. They allow us to have our grand kids over to visit. The location is near shopping, easy on to freeway. Some full-timers in the park but we don't see that as a problem. Always feel welcome. Grass, picnic tables and the spaces are large enough. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We arrived after the office closed for the day, so was hard to find, but worth it! It is located by going past the Subway Shop. We enjoyed the cleanliness, quietness, and friendly staff here. If we go through this area again, will stop here for the night or two we are in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Clean campground convenient to I-5 and easy to find. We arrived after hours, but there was an after-hours sign in box with all the necessary info (restroom code and park map). The manager lives upstairs and spoke with us through the window, letting me know what the AAA rate was. She was helpful. There aren't many amenities in the winter; the pool area was closed and the building marked "clubhouse" on the map was locked. Showers and restrooms were clean and neat. Quiet and within an easy walk to several local businesses. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have always enjoyed staying at this park in the past. It seems that the WI-FI is not as strong as it used to be. Only local networks are available through their cable connection. The park is clean and the bathrooms very clean. Easy on and off of the freeway. Walking distance to Safeway and the Olive Pit. Friendly staff. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We agree with the other comments made about this RV park, especially difficulty finding the entrance. This is the second time we stayed here, and I can't emphasize the conveninece of the local amenities. Easy walk or drive to shopping and convenient entrance and exits from gas stations. and since it was our second visit, found it right away. The staff was the same as two years ago and is friendly and helpful. Only criticism is that there are few cable TV channels and internet service goes in and out. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Advertised as a Passport America Park, but when I called was told they no longer honored Passport. As we had already gone past our limit for the day decided to stay anyway. Entrance not well marked, and is a shared driveway with a shopping center that was built after the park. So anyone trying to find this place needs to turn in at Subway. Sites were plenty long but also very narrow, there are trees to consider when trying to enter or leave your site. Pool was nice and restrooms and showers were nice. Would stay again as a overnight stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nightly rate is Passport America. Stayed for one night. Site was grass and gravel...pretty level. Lots of trees...some of the branches were so low you couldn't avoid having them hit the roof and sides of the RV. Park seemed well kept. Pool was open but freezing cold. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This RV park is walking distance from amenities, close to the Olive Pit store/restaurant and the interstate but nicely situated away from highway noise. Level grassy spaces and excellent washrooms and showers. The owner who checked us in had lots of helpful info about the area and shared coupons for restaurants as well. The entrance into the park seemed odd - through a kind of strip mall parking lot - but all in all a great overnight park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were very happy with this RV park. The Passport America rate included cable and WiFi. It was good for 1 night, but she gave us a discount for the second night. Both worked perfectly. We were there for 2 days in a pull through lot with grass and patio table. Trees on each side of each spot. Very friendly staff, got discount coupon for local Mexican restaurant from them. Clean, well taken care of, very comfortable park. This is our 2nd stay at this park and we will stay again if we are in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We have stayed here before and have found the park to be a good stopping place when traveling. This trip we came in late and although the lady at the office spoke to us out the window of her apartment she did not bother to tell us that they were not allowing Passport Member discounts this week. There was plenty of space so space was not an issue. This is an older park and the only reason we stop here is the discount. Poor service in my opinion. Won't be back We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here on Passport America. Cable was terrible. Six stations and all snowy. Wi-Fi was good. Staff was friendly. Have stayed here before. The Passport America rate is good for one night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here two nights. First night with Passport for $14. Second night for $28. Excellent park. Friendly staff, The very cleanest and modern showers and restrooms. Easy access. Close to fuel, grocery, casino, etc. We would definitely stay here again. Previously, we stayed at the casino RV park and it is terrible and more expensive than this one. We enjoyed our stay so much the first night we added the second night. Some longer term tenants - all very nice. Quiet area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We really liked this campground. It is very easy to get to and right off 99W. The front desk staff was super friendly and helpful. The restroom and showers were very clean and pretty. There were gravel sites and nice green grass beside with picnic table. It f Feels safe. There are lights at every third site. It appears there are but their sites are very clean and tidy. This was a deal with Passport America. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Easy off/on from freeway. Right turn onto Highway 99 is a little tight for bigger rigs you need to hang out into the next lane in order make the turn. The park itself is clean, neat and, quiet the staff was friendly and helpful. This is an older park and the sites are a little close together but since it was not busy they had everyone spaced out with empty sites between them. Our price is with a Passport America discount. We loved it and will most certainly stop again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice, clean park. The sites are gravel but there's grass next to each site. We stay here often on any trip south along I-5. It's not over the top with amenities but it has everything you need and the staff are always nice and accommodating. The bathrooms are neat and there's a laundry facility available. The park is within walking distance to Starbucks, Burger King, the Olive Pit, and grocery stores if you don't feel like unhooking your tow vehicle. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Staff was very friendly. The location is excellent, easy freeway entrance, close to shopping and restaurants. It's a quiet, shady, level, pull-through site. We were happy with our visit here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The price we paid included a Good Sam discount. This is our third stay at this park, each about 5 years apart. The first time the park was great, the second so-so but because of the positive reviews we decided to give it another try and it was a good choice. The sites are narrow, but because the park was far from full, RV's were placed in every other site giving plenty of space. The park was well taken care of, some of the "long-term" sites need to get control of their stuff. Be careful when entering the park as it is easy to drag your RV. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is not a bad park, it's just not a great one. On the up side, it is a Passport America park which was honored for the first day, then 10% discount a night after that. The hook ups are at the back edge of the sites so don't pull too far up to facilitate hooking up to utilities. There are 3 dog runs but they are three small pens about 10X10' each. OK for a small dog, but not real useful for a larger one. One of the biggest issues is that the sites while long, are extremely narrow. The pads are large gravel and just wide enough for the rig itself. The grass area between the sites is approximately 10' wide. If you have a slide on your rig, and a rig with a slide comes in next door, your grass area becomes a hallway. The staff is friendly and will attempt to separate rigs by leaving an empty space between them. If it gets busy you are out of luck. There is a significant amount of road noise, and a two story apartment building right next door looks down into the park. Many long term residents have spaces around the perimeter and the transient business takes the inside pull through's. The pool, while a little small was clean. This is a good overnight stay as there are some interesting olive and wine attractions to visit in the area. Stay here if the described amenities fit your needs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park right off the freeway. Easy access for large RV's. Stayed 3 nights. Close to Chico which is a great little town with good food. The only negative is the many of the shade trees produce a lot of sap that stains your RV, car and feet you carry onto your RV carpet. Try to avoid parking under these trees. I would definitely return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a fabulous park! We have stayed here many times and will return again! It is clean, the grounds are so tidy and in good repair. Each site has a picnic table and grassy area. The restroom and showers are spotless! We received a discount rate as we are Passport America members. The staff are friendly and helpful! They welcome pets and even have a fenced and non fenced grass pet area. It is accessable to the I-5 and close to Safeway and the Olive Pit. This is a great place to visit for any olive lover! You will enjoy your stay here and not be disappointed! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is very easy to get in and out of. Has friendly staff. Price was about the same as the near by casino, but a much better place to stay. WiFi was excellent. Was an easy walk to stores and eating. Will stay again. We came for one night and stayed four. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very conveniently located close to the freeway but tucked away so not noisy. Close to several fast food restaurants, Starbucks and Safeway. Office staff friendly and efficient. Only complaint would be that the sites were pretty close together and there were lots of permanent residents. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here with our RV group with 25+ rigs. Great clubhouse and the best showers I have seen in a long time. Walking distance to Safeway, Olive Pit (great Olive gifts), and a Subway Sandwich right at the entrance. Nice grassy sites with fairly level gravel pads andgreat trees. All around nice spot for overnight or even a few days so you can see the local sights that are not too far away especially for the price. Great value. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This nicely maintained park has shade trees and grass between each site, not enough to create privacy but enough to add some coolness and attract a symphony of birds. Sites are level gravel with hookups at the back. Utilities, including wi-fi, worked well. AT&T phone and data signals worked well. Bathrooms and laundry were clean and very nice; there is even a washer available exclusively for pet blankets. The price includes a Good Sam discount. We would stay here again especially if needing a convenient stop while traveling on I-5 We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great friendly park for an overnight stay. There is grass between the sites and plenty of shade trees. We had no problem with TV or internet reception. Easy access from highway, yet was very quiet. Looked like the permanent sites were along the parameter and the center sites were pull through for overnighters. All the permanent sites were well kept and tidy. Rate reflects Passport America. We would stay here again when passing through. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park, with very nice staff. Great location. The internet has a strong signal, but runs slow. They need a faster connection. I would stay here again. Pull through is an honest 60' long. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice little park that's convenient to the freeway, but not so close as to hear it. The staff was nice, the site was long and wide, and the utilities worked great. We got the camp club rate but even at regular price it would've been worth it. Next time we're traveling on I-5 we'll definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean park with large pull through sites. Close to hwy 5 but you don't hear the freeway. We stopped here for a rest on our way up north and ended up staying for 3 days. I was thoroughly impressed by the cleanliness of the entire park. Many sites, almost all were pull throughs. We have a 40 ft fifth wheel and had no problem getting in or out with a clear satellite reception as well. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a wonderful place to stop overnight or for a couple of days while relaxing or shopping! Level sites and long pull throughs. The rate is for Passport America and is one of the best values we've ever seen. Basic CATV and WiFi included. Clean laundry and all machines worked fine. Clean showers too! The only reason it's a 9 instead of a 10 is the puny dog run: gravel cages and not much space. Great staff and greeting on arrival! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Friendly staff, cute old RV park. Sites have nice grass on both sides of MH. Close to grocery store, fast foods, drug stores & etc. Our only 1 complaint is that they have such a small dirty dog pen. It smelled something awful. I am sure they could of put clean gravel in the 3 pens they had. It would be so much nicer if they would simply pen off a site with grass, the dogs need to run a bit and there is no dog park in Corning. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Passport America accepted for 1 or 2 nights; we stayed going and returning from McCloud. A very nice surprise, since our travel friends picked the place not knowing PA was accepted. Cash only for the PA price. The park has a nice walk-path to cross a main drag en route to the Olive Pit store: which also had a great burger and breakfast-sandwich menu. Also tried roach-coach BBQ (but it was over-cooked, like jerky); wish we'd tried the Mexican place, instead. Pull-through sites are long and narrow. My 60' combo needed large swing room to get in from a narrow road, so had to pick a site with wide access from the opposite side of that narrow entry road. Exiting onto a much-wider center aisle was no problem. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Friendly, helpful staff. The site were extra long gravel and mostly level. Small grassy area along the whole drive, good picnic tables and 2 small shade trees per site. They had a nice pool, small store and walking distance to Subway and Olive Pit. On the opposite corner of the highway in a little strip shopping center was a great Mexican food restaurant that will give you a 20% discount if you mention you are staying at the park. Would definitely stop here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice campground, level gravel sites, manicured tall trees, grass and tables. They are down a driveway, behind a Subway Sandwich Shop. Free Wifi worked great, 6-channel cable TV. Restrooms and showers were clean. Owners were friendly and helpful. Groceries, gas, and food are all within a block away. Some freeway noise at night, but not too bad. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nightly rate was CampClub USA. A very efficient and pleasant experience from the time I called about reservation through check-in. The fact that one has to go through a parking lot to reach park makes it a bit difficult to locate and my GPS was not of any help. Park east of I-5 using Exit 631 and south on Hwy 99W a few hundred yards, with entrance east of Hwy 99W. There is a sign about 30-40 foot tall indicating RV. Great free WiFi signal and great cable connection. Quite a few of full-times though seemd to be in an area away from over-nighters. Grass between spaces could have used some mowing. The pleasant demeanor of the manager offset the few negatives. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great place to camp. The new managers were very helpful when I bugged them about Corning. All sites were very clean with trimmed grass and picnic tables. Most of the RVs were new and the full-timers were friendly. Will definitely camp here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 10 / 10 ]
Beautiful park. Staff went out of their way to make us feel welcome. Lots of parks advertise sparkling clean restrooms. Well, this park has them! A little hard to find due to construction in front of the entrance. Shares entrance with Heritage Square. Will be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Most sites are long pull-throughs with grass and trees between sites. Along the edges are back-ins which are occupied by long term people with all their associated stuff. The park has a long list of rules, most of which don't seem to apply to the long term people - like no outside hanging of clothing, pets must be quiet, no trash outside, etc. Despite this, this park is nice and the restrooms are great. My main reason for rating this down in the inept managers. They know how to collect the money and that is ALL. They told us the reason the park isn't in TL is because the owner didn't buy an ad, we know that is not how TL does business. The free wifi has a strong signal, but needs to be reset for it to work - this is way beyond the managers. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very good choice to stop after clearing the Siskiyou Pass when driving south. Casino an easy walk. All modern with a convenience store and fuel stop on premises. Will probably stop on our way back north. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park easy in and out. The spaces are long and not real close together. It is a nice place to stay overnight. It is close to the Casino and fuel is right there, also. Noise is not a problem for us when we have stayed. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great location for a stop over on I-5. The casino is about 1/2 mile from the I-5 exit. The RV sites are located at the rear of the property furthest from I-5, so we heard minimal road noise. The sites are all pull through and are gravel. Our site was reasonably level, sloping gradually from front to rear. The sites are just over 70' long and have reasonable distance between adjoining sites. We have 5 slides and had no problems. The roads are asphalt and are in good condition. Services are good. 50 amp power is available, water pressure is good, and sewer is available. No cable is available. The wireless signal was weak and access rather slow. No enclosed pet area, but lots of space to walk the dogs and we have 2 large dogs. Went for dinner in the casino, but it wasn't the best. Probably wouldn't eat here again. Can't comment on the casino. Small shop and diesel also available. We stayed a couple of nights and will definitely be back when heading back up I-5. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very competitive price for what it was used for by us and quite a few others that night. A safe, quiet place to stop that provided sites (you get to pick your own!) more than long enough to leave the dinghy hooked on. Placement of the hook-ups facilitated this. Our site was level, though they are dirt/gravel, so others might not be. Might check for that before you lower the jacks. No obstacles for satellite TV reception. Casino, only a shuttle away, has numerous food options. Not a destination resort unless your destination is the casino, but a very good place for a short layover. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean, well kept but not very level gravel sites and a charge for showers. Nice front desk and helpful staff. No real pet area as signs surrounding sites say No Pets. Gamblers leave barking dogs in their RV's and trailers. No discounts. Smoking casino with restaurant inside casino. OK for overnight stop although gamblers seem to like the park. Not close to anything and health keeps us away from cigarette smoke so we won't stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great score for what you get. This is not a destination park but an on-the-way park. The sites are a little close and there is no patio or picnic table. The sites are long and level, the water pressure is strong and the Wi-Fi is great. We definitely enjoyed the casino and will certainly stay here again when passing through. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a good overnight stay when pulling a toad. Just pulled into site and remained hooked up after a long day driving. Plenty of signs to find the RV park on I-5. Easy off and on. The site was level gravel with plenty of room for our 3 slide outs, just dropped the jacks. Electric was 50 amp and water pressure was 80-100 lbs. Just purchased an adjustable water pressure regulator so that was a good test. Had no issues with any of the utilities. No frills like pools, spa or cable. Check out at 12 noon. Buffet was pricey, but it was Sunday night ($55 for two adults and two grandkids). We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice overnight stop, but you can't give it a 10! There is no pool, no fitness center, no laundry or restrooms in the park. The pads are gravel. This is not a 10 - come on reviewers! Long pull throughs, so we were able to keep our 45' 5er and Freightliner hooked up. Easy on and off I-5. Short walk to Casino, less than a block. Also a request shuttle. Buffet half price on Tuesday & Thursday, but not particularly good. Good slots and a few tables. WiFi OK, but slow. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice park and part of the casino complex. The sites are pull-throughs and are very large. The FHUs are new and in great shape. Not many amenities, but the casino is close and HB's Lounge is a good spot for a simple dinner. We've stayed here several times in the recent past and always enjoy our stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent place for an overnight stop. Level gravel sites, paved roads, great dog walk area on the south side. Regular security patrols, and they will pick you up for a ride to the casino if you want to enjoy the buffet or play some games. We stay here at least once a year and will return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent overnight stop. Verizon was VERY strong. Pull-through sites for the most part with lots of room between them. Great dog walk area. It is not fancy but very clean, level gravel sites with easy access on and off the freeway and in the park. Staff was very helpful. Only reason for a 9 was that some of sites are very close to the front area where the trucks and dry campers move in and out so not so quiet on that end. Our site was away and very quiet. We will stop here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The I-5 RV Park at Rolling Hills Casino is a great place to stay for a few days. RV Camping in this area of California is a bit limited so having this park right off I5 is great. The sites are level on gravel with some nice landscaping between the sites. After registration we were told to pick our own site and have fun. I like this approach because I want to make sure we get satellite reception and it allows you to decide which way you want to face. We faced south west so we got plenty of nice sunshine and beautiful sunsets. In addition to a nice campsite you can also get a discount on golf and even utilize the air conditioned pet day care for free! All in all this is a nice park with easy in and out for our 38 foot Monaco with a motorcycle lift holding my Triumph and our CR-V tow car. The staff is very friendly and helpful too. The water pressure is very good so you’ll probably want to have your pressure regulator ready. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice stop on I-5. They are gravel sites with small berms between, the spaces are a little uneven but not bad. The price is good for full hook-up. They have a shuttle to the casino or a nice walk. We stay when travelling I-5 and will continue to do so. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great place to stop over the night or a couple of days. Easy access from I-5. Paved roads and gravel spaces but good spacing between for slideouts and not sitting on top of your neighbor. This place isn't actually owned by the casino although that is where you pay. Easiest check in I've ever had; last name, credit card and pick your own space; took like 2 minutes. No freeway noise. Very clean and neat. Plenty of places to walk your dog. Only a couple of miles from the city of Corning and all of the olive stuff. I gave it a 10 because of the ease to get into and the privacy and cleanliness which is always worth it for us. Nothing to do at the park for children and only the casino for something to do on foot. Definitely would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good stop over point along I-5. Fuel price for diesel at the travel center (Chevron) was close to lowest on my trip through Central California. I stopped on a Friday night so I tried the seafood buffet in the casino. Buffet, food, and service were excellent. RV park was quiet, clean, and provides all the basic necessities. All of this and only $25 for the night. Good over the air TV and no problem if you have satellite. Pet-friendly and you can walk your furry friend just about anywhere. Also, you get to pick any vacant site, all big pull throughs, after you register. Highly recommend for a one night stop! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is easy in and out for a 38' rig. Paved roads and fairly wide gravel sites (awning friendly). Check in is now at the Travel Center, not the kiosk. Bathrooms and showers are at the Travel Center for a fee. The Travel Center is large, new, and staffed during its business hours. Pet sitting is available. Point your bat wing antenna toward the East for TV. The Wi-Fi antenna is on the pole abeam spot #48. We have stayed here before and will stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great park for a stop over. Have stayed at this park heading south or north on I-5. Easy off and easy on the highway. Buffet at the casino not bad. They have a shuttle from the park to the casino, or you can walk it in about 7 minutes. Will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Although we only stayed one night, I could have definitely stayed longer. The RV Park is located on the same property as a Casino, golf course, small hotel and a truck stop. I did not ask when the property opened but it seems new within the last couple years. The RV area is at the back of the property which limits noise from the highway and the truck area. The traveler's center has immaculate showers; a $4 cost for those registered at the RV park. The cost includes a towel, washcloth, bathmat, soap and shampoo; well worth it in my opinion. We did not spend much time in the casino, but it seemed to be a decent size. We ate at the breakfast buffet; good food! Only two things prevented this from being a 10 in my opinion: One, the park was lacking shade. It was very hot when we pulled in, and the young age of the park is reflected in the small young trees at the camp sites; which just could not provide any cool area to sit and relax outside. Two, our site was in the first row about halfway down and we could not connect to the Wi-Fi. It is included in the cost, but it was a little disappointing we could not get it to work. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Got a stay and play rate (20 dollars) when you play golf, by the way its a very tough course. The Campground is clean, sites are surprisingly off level but for a one or two night stay it works. You are in a rural setting so its not uncommon to have a Mocking Bird chirping in a bush by your window all night. No cable but fairly good TV antenna reception. Casino food is OK, remember Tuesday and Thursday is Senior days two for one Buffet and 50+ is considered a senior. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Another change to checking in at the Travel Center. If you have made a reservation, stop there first where they will give you a pass. The staff has placed cones in sites that are for reserved guests and you just select the one you want. Good power and water pressure. Seafood buffet was just OK and not really worth the price. Next time through here we'll just park out in the trucker's area boondock. Most of the folks out there looked like they had set up for the duration anyway. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
As other reviewers have noted, we had to stop at the Trucker Centre and select a site. We were not happy about this change and told the staff this as we haven't stopped here in 2 years and had no idea which site we wanted! They are still running the shuttle van through the park if you want to go to the casino or they give you a number to call and they will come and get you. It was pouring rain so we called them for a pick-up and they arrived within minutes. We had an excellent buffet breakfast in the casino which had a great selection of hot food items that I haven't seen on a buffet before. The Wi-Fi worked great! Diesel prices at the Casino Fuel station are the best around as they do not charge an additional price for credit card payments plus the pumps are very easy to get into and out of. We will continue to stay here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here on the way south in December and there was self-check-in system in place at a kiosk at the entrance. On the way north the procedure had changed. Now you find a site, note the number and check-in at the travel center (the small building east of the RV area). The sites are a bit unlevel as noted in previous posts. This is another great place to stay on your I-5 travels. It's basic but we really enjoy staying here. Our dog loves the dog area. We love the buffet at the casino. Depending on the specials, the two of us ate for less than $20 including coffee. The food is varied, plentiful and good. Fuel is available on site at the Chevron. They have diesel. If you need to use their showers, there is an extra charge. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is good overnight stay when traveling on I-5. It is a self check in park. The sites are gravel and you need to level in some of them but not bad. Fuel is available by the park and a travel stop type store is also there at the fuel stop. We should stay again when traveling through the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The golf course is beautiful. We're not sure if the grass in Ireland is that green. Go to the clubhouse for a special rate on golf and RV park. The RV park is not the worst. The roads are paved, but bring your leveling. It is Big Rig friendly. Self check-in is convenient anytime. The casino has good facilities, and the buffet is good. TV is available on antenna. There are no bathrooms or showers. Who cares, we're self contained. Good value. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A nice, clean park for the money. It will be even better when the trees grow bigger for more shade. Easy self check-in, easy pull-throughs, and shuttle to and from the casino. We will definitely use again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had a significant power problem that burned out a fan and almost lost the power system on the motorhome. We had to change sites and the camp host was rude when I asked him if he knew of a problem with the power. He is also a slob. There is no Wi-Fi here and there were rigs coming in late and leaving very early. We have stayed here many times before but this park is going downhill. We won't be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We always use this little minimal park for an overnighter. All self serve, large sites (not particularly level), gravel pads, no cable TV. It is what it is: a good overnight park with shuttle to casino for entertainment and food. Clean place. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a self check in park, where you put your credit card or cash into a machine and you get a receipt which is to be on the post at our site. It is handy for a one night stay. No cable TV or rest rooms or showers, but you can get some stations with antenna. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a casino RV park with self register. Sites are roomy with all hookups except cable. No wi-fi. Security evident. Very open and no shelter if windy, which it was when we were there. Good overnite stop. Good on/off to I-5. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The park is located behind the casino/hotel/truck stop. It is a self-register park, a machine is at the entrance. We found a spot we liked, parked then registered, you put a tag on a post at your site. The sites are very long and plenty wide, some with small trees others with shrubs. They do have WiFi but no cable TV. Our site faced some rolling hills and their golf course. We will stay here again, nice little park with a good price. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had originally planned to boon dock in this casino's lot but decided to take advantage of the self-registration RV Park given the high temperatures and the desire for air conditioning. Check-in was simple (pay the automated machine, take a receipt and pick your own spot). We were surprised to see the park relatively full, but found out later that most sites were reserved by a dog handling club for field trials in the area (might want to call ahead on availability). Paved roads and gravel sites were easy to maneuver, and utilities were fine. We were just over nighting so didn't use the Wi-Fi; satellite TV was no issue. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Self service check in. Pick your spot and put your receipt in the holder. How much easier could it get? The interior roads are pave but the sites are clean gravel. Fancy it isn't, but for $25 per night, what do you expect? Full hookups, cell phone reception and free WiFi. It's all good. We will stop here again on our way up and down I-5 We camped here in a Motorhome.
The spaces are all pull-throughs and very level. All utilities are adequate. You can select any open space and self register. Satellite TV is great and you can pick up local channels on your TV antenna. The Wi-Fi is robust and fast. Our Verizon connection had all of the bars on a digital signal. It can get hot here with no shade since the trees are very young. This is a great stopover with food at the casino. We would use this park again as a short stopover. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Perfect overnight stop, $25 rate, all pull-though sites, easy access from freeway. You can eat in the casino restaurants and gamble to your hearts delight. Doesn't get much better for an overnight stop!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We've stayed here before on our treks to the Pacific Northwest and find that it is a pleasant place for an overnight stay. Easy site access and the pull-through sites allow you to keep the toad connected. The casino is nice and has food and a nice bar if a cocktail is needed after a long drive. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There are no restrooms. The Wi-Fi is $5 per hour. There is no shade, and it is hot and windy there. Having said that, it is a great stop for an overnight, and we will come back. Also, if you are a golfer check out the stay and play packages. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great place for an overnight while traveling I-5. Young park so small trees and almost no landscaping separating sites. All pull-through's with gravel pads and basically level. Good arrangement for water/electric/sewer connections. Easy self-registration system. Shuttle to Casino was prompt and security guy came around several times to see if all was well. No restrooms or showers in the Park. Available at adjoining truck stop, but sign said "Showers $10 per person or $13 per couple." Presume they expect you to shower together. Ten bucks!? You kiddie' me? We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very basic. There are no restrooms or showers on site. You get one free day of wireless internet, no cable. The spots are long. Self check in. The park is clean. Good for a one night stop over. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice place to stay if you're looking for a quick pull off the road RV park. This can't actually be called a RV park, but a big parking lot that has utilities to enhance the people to stay and go to the casino. It has a shuttle bus that will take you back and forth to the casino. The casino is very nice, has a good restaurant and many gaming tables and slot machines. The only negative thing I can say about the casino is we LOST. We would stay here again. Located right off I-5. We camped here in a Motorhome.
No need to unhook the toad. Very clean and new, sites are roomy enough with tree bark in between each one. If you pick a site near the entrance you will hear freeway and the truck stop so go toward the rear near the golf course if you want more quiet space. The casino is an easy walk or take the shuttle, we had dinner at the steakhouse, very good. Easy access from Hwy 5, would definitely stay here again for an over nighter. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great Park for overnight when you are passing through and a quick stop at the casino. A fairly new park so the trees are very small. Self check in by machine, so no office or office personnel to respond to questions. There was a Park Manager/Camp Host in a site next to the check in building, but we did not see them. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park turned out to be a good value - $25 at the kisosk, then on to your choice of large pull-through sites. Ours was level, had good hookups, and was nicely landscaped. Not a destination park, since there's nothing for children, no tables or grills, and the walk to the restrooms (at the truck stop) is not something you want to do in the middle of the night. It is far enough from the trucks for a quiet night. Verizon cell and AirCard worked well, and the park now has free WiFi which was very strong. Don't count on the shuttle to the casino, each time we tried they were "busy". We'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There are no restrooms or showers in this park. The casino has restrooms and the truck stop has showers but we didn't try to use them. I think you have to pay. Basic park with all the necessary hookups, long wide pull throughs. Perfect for an overnight stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here because there was a convention at the casino. The price was very reasonable considering the cleanliness and convenience. The check-in was so easy; it was all automated by an ATM-like machine. Security was driving around frequently, so we felt very safe. Shuttles are available to take you to the casino if desired. We recommend staying in the back portion to lessen the noise of the semi trucks parked in the adjacent parking lot. Our only complaint is that they wanted to charge $5/hour for WiFi, not worth it! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is just a place to stay with power, water and electric. There are no extras such as restrooms, showers, WIFI or cable. We had planned on staying in the free casino parking, lot but it was so warm, we needed the air conditioner. It served its purpose. The sites are large and gravel. The price seemed a little high for the little provided. It was clean, but I didn't even see a dumpster to put your trash in. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
No restrooms, no showers, no cable, no Wifi and still $25 per night and the sites aren't real level either. This doesn't belong to the casino, so the man said, but it reflects on them. We won't be back or if we do it will be dry camping over in the truck parking area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Although not an actual part of the casino, it is right next to it. For $25/night, its a bargain with full hood-ups. The "travelers" club next to the RV park offers complementary pet care from 9 am-9 pm. The landscaping is young, but when the plants mature, they will offer shade. Expansion is taking place at this very convenient, clean park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great place as a stop over. Would not stay longer. There is no shade. Easy access from 5 freeway going north and south. Stayed here on our way up north and on our way back south. First come, first served. If full, can dry camp in parking lot with all the truckers for free. Self pay check in, lots of pull through sites so you don't even have to unhook tow cars. Casino is nice and clean. Found steak restaurant very good with nice service. Overall a great place. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rated a 7 only because of limited facilities but this is an excellent stopover type of campground. Just what many of us want. Easy in and out, good power, water, and sewer, and that's it. All nice wide, long pull-throughs with no trees for problems. Self check-in was fastest ever. Adjacent to, but not owned by, the Rolling Hills Casino, so you have a restaurant and entertainment right next door. No rest rooms or any other facilities in the park, but truck area had services. Clearly an overnight spot, but excellent for what it is. Number of sites is an estimate. We'll stop again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sure there aren't any "frills", but it is a spotless, clean RV Park and great for a stop over. Self serve payment was fast and had my choice of sites. The only negative part was that wifi is available from the casino, but there is a charge. Definitely will stop over again and will be doing so in June 2007. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Older RV Park with some what narrow roads. The manager was great, and told us up front that the Wifi did not work well (if at all) when at the far end of the park, so we didn't try to use it. Limited TV channels on the cable. She gave us a list of available sites, and told us to pick which ever one we wanted (we like this, instead of being assigned). The first one we picked had the electricity taken by a motor home in the next site over, so obviously their electricity was not working properly, and we could not use that site. Several of the other sites were small, but we found a great site by the river, in the warm afternoon sun. Although there were a number of permanent resident there, they were quiet and friendly, and anything they had in their sites did not bother us. There is a nice long dog walking area, but watch out for some semi wild cats that have been abandoned in the area. Lovely hooting of owls over nite, and good to be away from the noise of I - 5. We would camp here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We were shocked when we turned into the access of this park. The road is narrow and to make the necessary turns the trees scraped the coach. This park may be lovely in the summer when Mother Nature does her part but the park is poorly maintained and has a trashy appearance. This park is inhabited by full time people in deteriorating mobile homes w yards cluttered with junk. I am surprised this is a Good Sam Park. We would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate reflects a river-front site with AAA discount. Hum, this park is a bit hard to review. First the positives, it is a ways from town so a bit calmer than the parks in town. It is along the river, and, for a slight premium, you can park with great views of the river. The staff were very accommodating to our wishes. There is a nice wildlife refuge next door with hiking trails. They supposedly have Wi-Fi but we did not use it. Verizon data plans work well. Now the other. Satellite coverage is very difficult because of tree coverage. The local road is a bit noisy, but not that bad. The park is well used and a bit tired. There are a lot of permanent residents, but that was not a problem for us. There were a lot of pets running around. They were all very nice. They only have 30 amps and that was a bit weak. If you are looking for a resort this is not for you. If you are looking for a site along the river outside of town (not far) then this could work for you. Be for sure and visit the local olive oil places and winery. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an older RV Park, locate 6 miles east of Corning, right next to the Sacramento River. River front sites were back-in, dirt, with a concrete pad and picnic table, most have shade, and minor leveling was needed. They accepted my Good Sam discount. Several permanents, but no problems. Restrooms and showers were old, but clean. They have cable TV, 35 channels worked fine. They have a Wi-Fi Hot-spot at the Office, my site was to far away to receive it in my RV so I walked back to the Office, and it worked great, get password when you check-in. Quiet at night. Primary activity is the River, but would work well for an over night between I-5 and Hwy-99. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Our travel group comes here every year in the spring. The owners and staff are always extremely helpful and friendly. The campsites are clean, many situated along the banks of the Sacramento River. Beautiful views of the water. Nice clubhouse for use by groups, small store onsite for basic food and camping necessities. Easy access in and out for all size rigs. Quiet. There are quite a few permanent residents who are quiet and respectful of campground rules. Great hiking trails in adjacent State and Federal recreation areas. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a well-worn RV park with lots of shade trees and large sites. The park was in the process of installing cable tv hookups at each site. The sewer connections were awkwardly positioned and we were forced to dump slightly uphill which took a little time to accomplish effectively. Water pressure was good and electrical connections had no issues. There appear to be a lot of permanent residents at this park. The muffled sounds of explosions all night were from the nearby nut groves (to keep birds from roosting)which bothered some in our group. We were part of a large group who stayed 4 nights so our nightly rate was discounted. We camped here in a Motorhome.
They honored the Good Sam card. This is an older RV Park, locate 6 miles east of Corning, right next to the Sacramento River. River front sites were back-in, dirt, with a concrete pad and picnic table, most have shade. The sites are ‘side-by-side’ and minor leveling was needed. I only saw 30amp electric. Several permanents, but no problems. Restrooms and showers were old, but clean. They just added cable TV, 35 channels worked fine. Their Wi-Fi was down , suppose to be back up tomorrow. Quiet at night. Primary activity is the River, but would work well for an over-nighter between I-5 and Hwy-99. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Too many permanent residents with too many vehicles and loose dogs. One of two bathrooms out-of-order. Used to be a nice, relaxed park but now getting shabby. Management unresponsive to requests to fix shower. Two domestic violence police visits insured that I'll never return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Definitely a great place to go to be away from the big city. Quiet for the most part. Lots of activities going on throughout the year. It is a great place to escape. The only draw back is that it is too country. Not too bad though. I would stay again. The price is well worth it. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
After a very long drive we were very disappointed to pull into this place. It appears to have been a state park at one time in the distant past. But now it is in very poor condition and we were under the impression that we were the only transient visitors. The rest being long-term or permanent residents. Besides being in a general state of disrepair and filthy, there were ants all over the place, disgusting over-filled dumpsters that you could smell clear across the park, and none of the things we have come to expect in even some national parks we have stayed at (such as basic phone service and cable TV). The adjacent county park is in an equal state of disrepair. I would not recommend staying here. We left as soon as we could and found a much nicer and cleaner park in Yuba City. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful quiet location on the Sacramento River 6+ miles east of Corning. Boat dock, bait & tackle shop, snacks, ice & sodas, deck overlooking the river. Adjacent to a county park. Friendly, helpful staff. The park is old with quite a few older permanent trailers. The laundry, restroom and shower buildings are old but clean and spotless. Most sites are grass, tree shaded and have cement patios. A nice place to relax. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is going to be open all year. It is now managed by American Land and Leisure a private concessionaire. Lovely park with clean, spacious sites. Very clean restrooms and showers; 50 cents gets you 5 minutes. Flush toilets. No hook ups of any kind. Gets an 8 because the road noise is very, very noticeable. Hosts are very friendly and gracious. Glad this park is open. It is very nice. $25/night, no credit cards--cash or checks only. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a California State Park, right across the street from Woodson Bridge RV Park (privately owned). Level paved sites, with no hookups. This is a great campground for tents. Flush toilets. They do have showers (50 cents for 5-minutes). Quiet at night. Fishing access for the Sacramento River is not easy, as the banks are steep. Park is located about 6 miles east of Corning. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.