1 Park near Bethel Island, California
May 2016 - $40.00
We had a great time here at Sugar barge. There are a lot of RV sites. There are quite a few permanents here at the park (maybe 15% of those here). But all the sites are very clean. The restaurant is great for lunch or dinner (not open for breakfast). The restaurant is only open May through labor day. They welcome all breeds of dogs! It is a great family park where kids love to ride their bikes and just have a good time. Though there are a lot of great RV parks to explore in California, and we plan to check as many of them out as we would can, this would be a place we would love to come back to. The only draw back is there are mosquitos on occasion and one needs to keep an eye out for foxtails in regards to their dogs. We look forward to returning here in the future. :-) - luvdoggiez
Jan 2016 - $22.00
Spaces are very close and roads are narrow making it difficult to back into spaces. Staff is friendly and helpful. Bethel Island can be foggy and cool in the winter. - User543
Jan 2016 - $40.00
We were thrilled to find this gem - it's relatively small, VERY quiet and extremely well maintained. Yes, it's only 30 amp, which could be an issue for some during the hot, muggy summer months, but it was a completely non-issue in January. The sites aren't particularly level, either - a walk around the park revealed that many if not most sites - especially those for longer rigs - were high in back and low in front. My front wheels were 3-4" off the ground after leveling. Even so, the spaces are wider than most parks we stay at and plenty long.
The roads in and around the park look tighter than they actually are; we were able to maneuver easily with 43' of rig plus the tow'd. The spaces are grass with a cement patio and picnic table. The ground was firm enough to stabilize our jacks, even after a couple weeks of steady downpours.
So, while it's far from perfect, the customer service we received from everyone we spoke to was outstanding and far outweighed any of the park's shortcomings. They go out of their way to make sure you enjoy your stay. Boat docks and launches on the delta are just a short walk away, and there's a pretty decent restaurant right on the property that opens for the busy season.
We will stay here again, and I have no problem recommending it to anyone else. - Wryly Blithe