19 RV Parks near Beale AFB, California
Dec 2016 - $18.00
Very nice, clean and spacious FamCamp. Sites are level asphalt and extra long. Park is arranged with 6 circles and 8 sites in each circle. Free wi-fi which can be spotty and no cable, but we used our satellite with no problem. Small patio and picnic table. Lots of trees for shade, laundry and a fishing lake all on site. The base is huge, 25,000 acres, with just a very small part being used. So, lots of wide open spaces and plenty of room to walk the dogs or ride your bike. Small commissary and exchange on base and also a movie theater and bowling alley. About a 20 min. ride into Yuba City which has all the major stores. Very quiet place with not a lot to do, but great for a nice restful visit. - travelswithpuppies
Oct 2011 - $15.00
Totally agree with previous review. Beautiful park. Camp host is very friendly and accommodating. Spaces are level and spaces are well spaced. Wi-Fi works great. Only problem we encountered was some time of interference with our TV's and satellite. Apparently something to do with PAVE/PAWS. Couldn't not receive a decent signal on our TV antenna, thus no local stations. Even with these problems, will stay here again. - vwbluestar
Apr 2011 - $14.00
Rate is for active and retired military. We love this campground! They have a very unique setup - 6 pods with 7 spaces each like spokes on a wheel with a lot of space in between. Paved, very level parking for your rig with grass all around. Picnic tables are on a cement slab. Hook-ups were easy and well-placed, but the TV antenna doesn't pull in any stations and there is no cable. It is very peaceful here, one wouldn't know they were on a base except for revile at 6:30 in the morning and the national anthem at 5pm and all those cute little young kids jogging by in formation. We have heard some target practice, but not enough to annoy us. Cows are grazing, rabbits are hoping & birds are chirping - the sound of freedom rings occasionally from the skies above. We only planned to stay 12 days and may change that to stay a month. You are pretty isolated out here but Sacramento is only an hour away and there are some other smaller cities close by. - Bill & Debby's Wild Ride
Jul 2011 - $10.00
This is a beautiful, country setting campground. My older children go often with their friends and spend fun time together. It offers it all: swimming, boating, fishing, etc. - abijjeli
Sep 2009 - $30.00
Campground is not as bad as I had read. The lake was way down and very muddy. It was 7 miles to fuel and a small town. Sites do have some shade but are not level. There are limited rest rooms: kind of clean with no showers. Noisy after 10! We stayed in the RV section and it was more tame then the tent sites. We wouldn't come back. - Tredguy
Sep 2016 - $25.00
Overall a below average experience. Shower drains were semi plugged but a shower nonetheless. One flush toilet (that I saw). Port-o-potties otherwise. Yuk. No cooking grate over the fire pits - bring a BBQ. Or travel with your food to find one of the few grills that seem to be in common areas. Hope you like your neighbors. Spaces are pretty close together. Water at every site makes up for some inconveniences. The noise level in this campground was absurd. Barking dogs-OMG! Some dude brought his sound stage?! With a light show no less! Terrible and too loud singing from 7:30 to after 9. It's camping people: for karaoke, head to the bar, not the great outdoor. Please have some respect for the spirit of what camping is about. Leave the portable loud speakers at home. And the too much barking dogs too. Campground caretakers seem to be less than visible when required to address campground rules. - Camp tourist
Jan 2013 - $20.00
This park is getting better every time we stay here. We use this park as a base camp every year, and we have watched it improve with every visit. The county has now placed an on-site caretaker here, and they continue to make improvements. It is very quiet here during January and we noticed that the locals are not abusing the facilities any more. If you are in a big rig, be aware of overhanging tree limbs and a few tight turns though. We navigated it with a 36' fifth wheel with some minor difficulty. Slim to none opportunity to find a satellite with a roof mounted unit, portable units will work better at finding a hole through the many Sycamore trees. Bathrooms have been upgraded with tile and new fixtures, but they still are not kept very clean. - americana36
Jan 2012 - $20.00
This park is now owned and operated by Yuba County. They have cleaned the place up, paved the roads and sites and removed all permanent residents which has greatly improved the appearance of this park. It is now a decent over-nite or short stay park. No on-site host and there appears to be little to no security here. Bathrooms are still dirty and many non guests from the area use them extensively. It is still very tight navigating the roads with a big rig due to the overhanging tree branches. - americana36
Jul 2016 - $30.00
Overnight stay with late arrival. Called for gate code, but was not directed to a gate. Drove around grounds twice before trying the livestock gate, code worked. Site is large grass area with trees down lane. Sites far apart and very little lighting, so coming in dark not easy , and some areas soft from watering. Facilities were fairground standards, few spiders but usable. Water was not marked and hard to find, until morning when staff came by. Staff friendly, but hard to find. Will stay again when in area probably. No site amenities so bring your own. - jimNann
May 2016 - $25.00
We stayed here only one night but it was refreshing. You park on green grass in a big field. There are trees but we pulled out into the field a little farther and was able to get satellite reception. There weren't any activities happening there so it was quiet and there were only 5 campers in the whole area. For the money it was a great place to stay for a short period of time. They do lock the gate after 4 PM, but they give you a code so you can come back in or go out as needed. - kemosabe
Apr 2015 - $25.00
Very nice,quiet park. No sewer hook ups but dump on site. 50/30 amp and water. Meeting Bldgs available. no recreational facilities are there. But alot to see and do in area. Sites on grass. - USAF1
Oct 2016 - $45.00
Great place to stay one night. Cable not available but they get good reception. - Judy2shoes
Apr 2014 - $35.00
This is not a destination RV park at all, but rather a park with many permanent residents. The place is older but kept very nicely as were the permanent sites. Friendly staff guided us to our spot. Level gravel site, newer electrical posts, and good water and sewer hookups. No cable, and with the large shade trees, satellite signal is iffy. We were able to pull in "on air" TV with our bat wing antenna. Convenient to downtown Yuba City and Marysville. Relatively quiet at night. Clean laundry, restrooms, and showers. We stayed here for 3 nights and would stay here again. - Nevadatripin
Mar 2014 - $33.00
The staff were extremely friendly. They recommended a Chinese restaurant in town that we walked to. It was excellent. The park was extremely clean. The rate was a Good Sam. We were just driving through, so we only stayed one night. It was a quiet park and we had no issues. We didn't make reservations and we were lucky they had only one site available. It was a great stay we would stay there again. - 990dunlop
Apr 2017 - $42.00
We stayed 2 weeks and the area has had record rainfall for the winter and it showed in the park. Potholes everywhere to navigate around. The services were great and staff super friendly. - Tlcola2004
May 2016 - $40.00
This park could really use some help. The sites are muddy and not level. It was quiet, that's about all the good I can say. There is a small lake near the campground and there are MANY geese here and there is goose poop EVERYWHERE. You can hardly step out of the RV without stepping in it! Our dog was in heaven! The grass was long and hadn't been mowed for quite a while. There was only 20 and 50 amp service (no 30?) The price was very high for what you got and they even wanted to charge you $10 for a picnic table! It is nice to be able to walk around the nice fairgrounds when there is nothing going on there. We had to wait for the camp host to return for quite a while when we arrived since she was on a break and just had a sign which read "back in a few minutes". Our reservations were a little messed up. They gave our reserved site to someone else so we really didn't know where to go. This park needs more organization and definitely more maintenance. Could be really nice with some TLC. - Eagle4
Nov 2015 - $35.00
Very nice setting. Trees, small lake and very close to Grass Valley. Has full hook ups but we on occasion dry camp. There's lots of great places to do that. Many tall pine trees so if dish is important let them know. They know the hook up sites that work.
If you want a picnic table, they rent at $10. - Bobcat1
Dec 2016 - $40.00
Decent place. It was a ghost town in December and very cold. Sites close to the water but big rocky shore to navigate to get there. They let us cruise the sites to pick one, we picked site 10. Nice green patch of grass behind our site but actually very small spots to fit your rigs. All hookups worked fine, no sewer at the sites but a dump station on the way out. I would expect this place to be very nice in the summer. - Hmuser
May 2015 - $43.00
Flat, level, gravel, pull thru site. Site approximately 60 ft. long. Water and electric at site. Free dump stations (4) when exiting park or you can pay for putouts. Lots of shade, fire pit and picnic tale. Very friendly and helpful staff. Stayed Sunday to Friday. N0 AT&T reception at site. AT&T worked at marina docks. - travelcouple
Sep 2013 - $58.00
Positives: Small and wonderful lake for fishing, kayaking, boating, and swimming. The majority of campsites seemed to be shaded. Lakeside campsites provide fairly easy access to the lake. Wonderful ice cream at the store for cheap! In general, the campground staff was friendly and helpful. Negatives: Camped here during Labor Day weekend (mistake). It was way too crowded. Loud campers with no camping etiquette all around us made for a less than pleasant experience. Only a small handfull of sewer sites throughout the campground for RV'ers. WiFi and cell phone coverage is only available around the store; it does not reach the campsites. - Urbanthesis
Oct 2016 - $47.00
I read the other reviews with some trepidation before finally deciding to come.
This is a perfectly paved, well-groomed park. I did not come into any conflict with the rule enforcer, if there is someone by that description.
The only small disadvantage is the distant local traffic noise on one side and the busy small airport on the other. - LarryJohnston
Sep 2016 - $40.00
We camped here in tent for 3 days during the Labor Day weekend. The park is very well managed with clean restrooms and showers. This site has a swimming pool and kids really enjoyed it. There's a pond within the campground. Kids did fished and left the fishes in pond. Overall good experience and hassle free. - Abhi
Jul 2016 - $45.00
This park advertises that it has gone green with solar. Its true they have a massive solar array. The management does a great job of keeping this park clean and neat. The pool and hot tub are awesome! - juustright
Apr 2016 - $1.00
If you enjoying actual camping, rather than RV camping, this is a beautiful place. If you don't need an internet or cell signal, or are willing to give up sewer for those, this is a beautiful place.
But since this is a review on a website for RVers, I would not recommend it. My first day here was frustrating beyond belief.
The only sewer available is in X section (note that that section is not available to the public). There supposedly are a few sewer sites in the other sections, but by "a few", I mean "2 or 3", and good luck. Furthermore, there isn't even 1 dump station for every section, and these sections are really spread out.
Here's the lowdown on cell and internet, because I got mislead by other reviews: If you need internet or cell phone service for work, just don't come here, period. The ONLY sections where there is a usable signal (ie, more than 2 bars of 3G) are the top of D section and parts of I section.
Here's the problem with that: About HALF of D section has no electricity. While I was pulling into a spot there, an annual 2 spaces away was nice enough to come tell me before I had leveled, etc., that the space I'd chosen actually had no power, in spite of the lack of a sign; and that, furthermore, unless I had a power booster, I was probably better off not staying in that whole section because the power supply was so bad. (He didn't volunteer this to get rid of me - he told me when I asked him.) H section was closed so we could not check for sewer or data signal there.
If you only need a cell phone occasionally, and are able to deal with dial-up speeds from your Jetpack, and don't need sewer, you might just really like this place. But if you want a sewer site (and also don't care about your Verizon signal) and don't want to pay an extra 5 bucks a night for it, you're still rolling the dice, because they also loaded up the X section with 50 amps sites. (11 of the 40 sites there are 50 amp.)
I wish someone had told me all this before I planned my spring around this campground! - Karen On The Road
Dec 2015 - $42.00
This is a Thousand Trails facility. We stayed as a guest. It's a very large campground with 6-7 different loops you can choose from. If you want cell phone service you need to stay in on of the loops higher on a hill that is closer to the entrance. The other loops are much lower and somewhat hidden in a small valley. Campground is rustic and wild looking with somewhat harder sites to pull into and very curvy access roads. Lots and lots of trees. We saw deer roaming through the campground every day. We stayed in November, so it was quite cool during the day and very cold at night (in the 30s). Water & electricity on most sites, but only a few sites with sewer. They do have a dual dump station as you exit. Very remote site, with a few very small 2-3 building towns nearby. - San Diego Traveler
Oct 2015 - $14.00
This is one of the nicer TT parks I stay in. Rustic camp setting which I really like, lots of shade trees, gravel sites need some leveling, some pull through sites, most sites have only water and electric only. Lodge with adult area, pool tables, and plenty for kids to do as well. There is a pool and lake access for fishing, small on site store in case you forgot something. - Tony T
Apr 2017 - $1.00
We received a pass to this park (Thousand Trails) when we purchased our new motorhome. We booked online. We checked in and were a little apprehensive about the condition of the RV's in the park and the "clutter" in and around the homes but gave it a chance. We drove around the lake which was nice enough but did not feel comfortable staying in any part of the park and left. We will not go back. - Fulltimingit
Aug 2016 - $1.00
This could be a GREAT park in that it surrounds a nice size lake for fishing and kayaking/peddle boating. It is pretty rundown though and it does not seem like they are trying to improve it like many of the other TT parks we have been to lately.
Our camping site was level with good 30amp power, water, and shade. - Bay Area Early retirees
Aug 2016 - $1.00
First impressions: quieter than I thought it would be. Arrived on Thursday and was lucky to get a perfect spot. Kids enjoyed the lake (fishing, paddle boating and swimming). Obviously was an older campground that is being improved. No pool, but can swim in lake. No sewer hookups where we parked. Not really a destination, but a pass through, unless you live in Sacramento. - Cautiously Optimistic