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4 RV Parks near Adin, California
Jun 2016 - $6.00
There are NO stores or services within 14 miles. There are water spigots in the campground but, during our stay, had signs warning not to drink the water due to some contamination issue. The normal rate is $12/night but we used our America the Beautiful pass and paid $6 at the iron ranger.
This is a great place for an overnight if you're on your way north to Klamath Falls or south to Carson City in a motorhome and want a break from the narrow, 2-lane CA Hwy 139. There are 8 well maintained sites, all back-in, that can accommodate motorhomes up to 32 ft. Bigger rigs will probably scrape the roof on the pine branches and find the turn-around at the end a bit tight.
The CG is "first come, first served" but not well known so it's not crowded. After the Hwy 139 traffic abates in the evening, it's so dark and quiet that it can be spooky if you're the only ones there.
Dogs are allowed on a leash and "deposits" must be picked up, a rule that seems to be regularly flouted by all dog owners. - LMandTinView
Jul 2012 - $25.00
Friendly little park, clean and safe feeling. Great Wi-Fi! - longlivethebullies
Jul 2018 - $40.00
We just spent 4 days at this resort in our Airstream with our daughter and her family in a tent on the same site. We really LOVED this place. While it was not necessarily convenient to Burney Falls or Lassen National Park, they were easy enough to access. The resort was spacious and the current owners have definitely put a lot of effort into making it nice. The pictures on their website don't do it justice in my opinion. I thought it would be more exposed to the sun and hot but there are plenty of trees for shade and the temperatures cooled off nicely at night. It was also a nice place for a dogs, especially with the Cedar Walking Trail. The kids (ages 4 and 6) loved having a pool and it was nice having the Bistro for a dinner Monday night. The food was very good as was the wine and beer list and all of the staff were pleasant and helpful. It exceeded everyone's expectations. We'd go back there in a heartbeat. - ChipR
Jun 2018 - $39.00
My husband & I loved this park. The Owners and Hosts are really nice people. Helpful, friendly, courteous . . You couldn't ask for better people to run an RV Park. Sites are all large, most have some shade. This is not your typical asphalt & grass RV Park. Sites are in wooded area with gravel pads. Nights are super quiet & the nighttime sky is beautiful. Walk on the trail to see Mt Shasta from the park. It's a great spot to take pictures. - MarBu
Jun 2018 - $39.00
We stayed here two nights on a return trip from central and eastern Oregon. There were plenty of spaces in the park, and the owner was very friendly. Cell service (Verizon) faded in and out. There is Wifi available near the office, but it is relatively slow. We arrived on a Thursday, and the campground was mostly empty. A few more spots filled up on Friday, but nowhere near full. Even though we only have a small travel trailer, we were give a long pull-thru site which was nice. - M_i_k_e_y
Jun 2018 - $33.00
We loved this park. The Pros: It is a long way from any population center, but the drive was very nice, the roads good and the park itself is a gem! Our spot looked out on hundreds of acres of undeveloped Western Juniper forest, mountains, and interesting rock formations. The interior roads and parking areas are well graveled and the sites are pretty level. Each site is provided with a larger than most grassy area between the sites. The restrooms and showers were clean. Resort amenities include an 18 hole golf course (including golf carts and a driving range), and a small restaurant that is open for breakfast and lunch. At the restaurant, there is both indoor and outdoor seating. The outdoor seating is on a very nice deck that overlooks the golf course. Other amenities include Bocce Ball, two trails within the park, a small lake and kayaking. Likely at night is one of the darkest places in the US. The 3 days we stayed coincided with the annual Stargazers rally. The stargazers set up in an area just below the RVs and welcomed all of us to come and look through their high quality telescopes to see stars and planets in a view seldom seen anywhere else. Stepping outside of our RV at night was so beautiful with stars brighter than I have seen them in a long time and the milky way clearly visible. Through the telescopes, the views were breathtaking. The Cons: While we loved this park, there are always areas in which a park could improve. Here it was the wi-fi and cable. No cable was provided. Not too surprising so far from population centers, the wi-fi never worked at the campsite, although it sometimes worked at the clubhouse. This was not too much a problem for Verizon cell phone users as they could use their hot-spots from their RVs. Not the Resort's problem, but without wi-fi, we ATT users had no reception any place in the resort and thus could not activate our hotspots. Overall: This was a great RV park and we would love to come back next summer! - Coachella
Oct 2017 - $32.00
I feel a little odd about this review. We have stayed here before and liked it a lot. The scenery is great. The sites are large. It is very quiet. The wildlife is plentiful. However when we arrived on Monday afternoon at about 3 PM there was nobody around. The pro shop and restaurant were closed. The check in is at the night check in station. The WiFi would not support my email, My wife could not get the codes to work on the bathroom or the laundry room and the weather forecast is for lows in the 20s so we could not leave the water hooked up. In essence we paid $32 dollars for a 50 amp service and some nice scenery. That said we would stay here again just not in this kind of weather. - 2WArvers
Oct 2017 - $32.00
What a gem! Big rig friendly spaces. We were just passing through the area, and found campground on RV Park Reviews. Sites were spacious. Had cell service and satellite. 3 OTA channels. Plugged address into gps and drove right to it. Lovely mountain views. They had a telescope in the office that you could borrow to star gaze. We would "likely" stop here again if we were ever in the area. - OnTheRoadLife