27 RV Parks near Brentwood, California
We did however find 27 campgrounds within 25 miles of Brentwood. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Brentwood in the left hand column.
Nov 2017 - $25.00
The main lot was full and we were lucky enough to get into the overflow lot. It's a nice grassy area with trees surrounding it. We were there during the rainy season and knew that grass can get slippery or muddy when it rains heavily but we have a 5th wheel & a 4 wheel drive truck so we knew it wouldn't be a problem for us, and it wasn't. We enjoyed our stay and kept extending it until we had stayed an entire month. The staff was professional and easy to reach whenever we needed them. We plan on staying there again. - RoadRider
Nov 2017 - $25.00
We have stayed in this park 5 times over the last 2 years. The Camp Host is delightful and very helpful, and coordinates everything well. More sites have been added. Power, water & dump... no showers or bathrooms. What I really miss is having wifi, however we are now setting this up through our cell phone. The park is a safe spot to be in or leave one's RV. We come from Northern CA so the Hwy 160 river route to Antioch is both more enjoyable and faster than Hwy 80... about an hour and 10 minutes to Sacramento. This RV Park is about 40 minutes to Oakland/Berkeley depending upon traffic. Overall a score of about 95. - Peter Rhonda
Oct 2017 - $25.00
We stayed here two weeks. We stayed "out back" which is separate from the main RV park. This park is in the highest crime area of Antioch and the Gunshots we heard twice were two shooting incidents within two miles of us. No showers or toilets in that part of the park. I don't like writing a bad review but I truly felt unsafe at this park and would not recommend it. I was getting too nervous at this campground. The main part of the park is at the front of the fairgrounds near the main road. Our site was out in the back of the fairgrounds. Homeless people were living right at the fenceline of the fairground. We turned on the main lights at night to brighten the area. I couldn't see staying there any longer and moved my RV to a safer location. - Mike and April
Mar 2016 - $25.00
The park itself sits on a quiet delta but be cautious of the road it is really neglected and there is a very large rise between the lower and levy road. Enter from the north end of the levy road not the one closest to the Antioch bridge. Mostly grassy sites with open views of the surrounding delta. A few days before we expected to arrive I called to make a reservation, offered up my credit card to secure it and the reservation agent said she didn't want our credit card information, only asking for out name and phone number. The length of our RV and how many in our party. Arrived at the park late-afternoon and no one was present so we proceeded into park. I walked up to front to search for a host to be met by a gentleman telling us they are booked solid through the 1st. I tell him we have a reservation to which he replies "we'll see about that". Save yourself a trip to this RV park if you have a conversion; management does not accept bus conversions or similar 'vintage' but well-maintained camping units. - N West
Jun 2014 - $15.00
Staff is friendly and they also are very helpful. Except for the wind and birds, there is no noise at the park but people driving off. I enjoyed the quiet and the people. Spaces are either in full sunlight or nestled in the tall trees. My spot had a tree that grew alongside the spot, so it was tricky backing into the site. Lots of birds, so bird droppings can be a problem. Would stay here again in a heartbeat. Rate is for monthly rate. Stayed 3 months. - Woolibaar
Nov 2010 - $48.00
The rate includes our small boat being docked. This is a pretty nice park/location as the Delta goes. I probably would not come here unless you had another reason to be on this area of the Delta. Gravel sites with good shade and large, mature trees. The sites on either side of us were open, but if they were occupied, there wouldn't have been a lot of room. It gets very windy even though the sites are lower than the levee. The road in is a very narrow levee road. The entrance to the road closer to the Antioch Bridge has a very steep narrow turn. The road coming in from near the Sherman/Brannan Island drawbridge is better. The owners were very helpful and friendly. - sigepsb
Jun 2017 - $42.00
The employees were the friendliest I've ever encountered. Grounds were exceptionally clean, as they were constantly cleaning and watering. Restrooms were usually cleaned x2/day, and have recently been upgraded into what looks like 5-star hotel bathrooms. Many trees, such that it is easy to have your unit be in the shade, if you get there early, and if you make a reservation. I stayed over a couple of weeks and during the week it is slow, but on w/e's is booked. 40' rigs can park, but some spots can be difficult to maneuver when parking. Spots are more ideal for 36' rigs. No pull thru lots. - gypsydan
Nov 2016 - $40.00
Sites are miserable to level on. Nothing but mud and ruts, some areas haphardly filled in with boards. Bathrooms are disgusting, it's obvious whomever is supposed to clean them, doesn't use them. Right now the weather is in the 70's...not a boat in sight to be rented. Don't think you're going to explore the island, all privately owned, fenced off or just plain trashy. - Jahman
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
Aug 2017 - $40.00
The road, after you leave Hwy 160 is a Levy Road which is very narrow.....no it is extremely narrow. If you like the wind this is the place for you. It seems to be a great place for wind surfing but I don't. Wouldn't ever stay their again. - RvStarShip
Jun 2017 - $40.00
This is a very nice campground that is out in the middle of nowhere. Access is down a long narrow bumpy levee road. The campground is very clean, with large, level, easy back-in sites. We were in a site that backed up to the levee. We could walk up to the top of the levee, cross the narrow road and be at the edge of the river. There are benches placed along the rivers edge. We were able to watch boats and windsurfers on the river. It can get very windy here. We used this location to visit my daughter in Walnut Creek, which was about a 30 minute drive from the campground. Crossing the Antioch bridge from south of the campground is a $5 toll for 2 axels. If you are towing a trailer it becomes $20. We aproached the campground from I5 and then cut over on the 12 and avoided the toll with the trailer. We had AT&T signal, there is no wifi or other amenities in the campground. The people that checked us in were very friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay here again. - corgi1
Jul 2016 - $40.00
For starters, yes, it is very windy here. Which in the summer is not a bad thing. The week I stayed here the temperatures hovered around 100 degrees each day so the winds were a welcome relief. The camp sites are spacious and paved. The bathrooms and facilities are clean and overall the campground is very, very clean. But there are some very real cons to staying here.
1.) This campground is located north of the Antioch Bridge, which crosses the San Joaquin River linking Antioch, California with Sherman Island in southern Sacramento County. This means every time you come back from the city to the campground you pay $5 toll to cross the bridge.
2.) There are no laundry facilities on site and the nearest laundromat is 10 miles away...and you pay a $5 toll coming back across the bridge.
3.) The gates to the RV park close at 10 PM. You can still drive in and out of the park after 10 PM, but the gates are not automatic, which means opening and closing them in high winds is a hassle. And they kind of highlight the fact that there are seedy people fishing along the canal adjacent to the RV park at night.
4.) Only UPS and FedEx deliver to the RV park. The USPS does NOT. So if you want deliveries you better make sure they are coming from UPS and FedEx ONLY. Remember, both services use USPS to deliver packages, too. So even if you think your supplies are coming from UPS and FedEx, they don't always arrive that way. Your only recourse is then driving 10 miles to the post office to pick up your packages.
5.) The road to and from the RV park on Sherman Island is bumpy. Very bumpy. You better drive 25 to 35 mph on that sucker or else everything in your cupboards will end up on the floor. I kid you not.
6.) Internet is not really available. There is a WiFI company that provides Internet to people who stay here, but for a fee. However, in the week I stayed there I was never ever able to connect. And according to one of the site managers, using is isn't cheap and it is super slow.
On the plus side, you get two nights free after paying for a 5 nights stay. - Johnny Blood
Jul 2009 - $26.00
A long, slow, steep and curvy road to the Juniper Campground near the top around 3,000 feet. Our trailer is 20 feet, which is just about the limit. Dry camping. Juniper is the only campground on Mount Diablo with showers. Contrary to the web site, the showers were operational in July 2009. Also no dump sites on the mountain. There is a campground (Live Oak) nearer the bottom at the south entrance out of Danville. It took us 40 minutes minimum to get up and down the mountain to Walnut Creek, North Gate. But it was worth it. The views down on the valley below are phenomenal, especially the sunsets. There are many, many trails to hike if you are in good shape. Bicyclers are always going up and down the main road (scary!). Not many critters to see though. If you want seclusion, great air, great views, don't mind dry-camping and don't have a big rig, this is a great place to decompress. See the web site for descriptions of the many other worthwhile places in the park. There are other campgrounds; Live Oak is at 1400 feet, with 22 sites, and an open area at the Junction Ranger Station has 6 sites. - User424
Sep 2016 - $40.00
Nice state park, convenient access to the Delta. - JohnnyCash
Apr 2014 - $48.00
Great location and facilities but the people running the area don't answer phone nor do they return calls when you leave a message. Most of the time there was nobody in office at front gate to ask questions either. Fees are ambiguous; extra cars some signs say $8/night, others signs and people say $10/night. RV sites very close to each other and very small. Trees blocked exit out of RV area so i had to back out so I didn't damage my trailer. Tree also blocked access to dump station. People running place came by camp and rudely stated we must move a car parked on lawn, and couldn't wait for me to finish dinner before he "called in re-enforcements" to get us to move the car. All I wanted to do was finish my dinner. This was after the same people had driven by camp 5-6 times before and seen the same car parked there for the last 1.5 days and said nothing. - Toyhauler Comping
May 2011 - $40.00
We stayed in this park for one night on very short notice. We were fortunate and got a site with electric and water hookup. We found it very quiet, pleasant and enjoyable. It is on the Sacramento delta and the area is known for being windy. Be forewarned; awnings and other external equipment will be put to the test. There is no store on the site, but the town of Rio Vista is just 3 miles to the north and has supermarkets with just about everything you could need. They do have boat launching ramps and the fishing on the delta seems pretty good. We'd camp here again. - neuronz
Mar 2017 - $13.00
This place has a big sign that states it is under new management. I would not recommend it for anyone unless you enjoy the ambiance of a homeless encampment. Most units here were permanent RVs, but it also included a bunch of semi-complete storage units, a shipment container and a few mobile homes. Lots of stuff at just about every site, a lot of run down units. Also, if you stay for longer than 30 days, you have to pay a security deposit (equal to one month's rent) which isn't returned to you unit 5-7 days after you leave (I guess they have to make sure you didn't ruin the carpeting or the walls or steal the site). Avoid this place unless you are desperate (and I was due to knee replacement - here two months). It's too bad their new management hasn't cleaned up the place. So far, all they've done is chop down a bunch of trees. The site is mostly dirt (mud after the rains this winter) with grass that is cut but not raked up. - Woolibaar
Apr 2011 - $35.00
We have stayed here before and I must say: this park is going through some real changes. It is getting a face lift, so to speak. With that said: the staff and the store have the same pleasant people that where here from the last time, except they have a couple of new people that add to the charming atmosphere. The camp sites are well maintained and manicured. The bathrooms are older but still well maintained and clean. This park is just one big adventure of a place to walk, and has quirky people to meet. We will definitely stay here again! - J Mellish
Jan 2011 - $40.00
The park is old but in good shape, they are really not set up for big rigs, we are 44 ft, the sites are around 30-40ft we pulled in facing the river so all the hook ups are backwards we did get 50 amps from the site next to us, but if they are full you may as well take a site not on the water. They are pet friendly and you have a lot of park to walk in. The park is about 5 min. from town in a car. No sewer available, they do provide a fair dump station. - 44 ft Beaver
Sites: 135 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 24 Reviews
Sep 2017 - $40.00
We had a fantastic time during our stay at Park Delta Bay. We arrived later at night, and they had affixed the map with a guide to our site at the entrance gate. When we checked in the next morning, the staff made us feel completely at home, and were extremely accommodating with any request we had. Our site was level, spacious, and under a beautiful, shady canopy. We took full advantage of the amenities, including the tennis courts, well-priced laundry, and an arcade game or two in the large rec room. It was a little too chilly for us to check out the pool, but we did enjoy the picnic tables under the tent while waiting for our laundry to be done. This was also when it became clear that a lot of new projects were being completed, with friendly staff painting away and checking to make sure we were enjoying ourselves. Each night, we made our way across the street to the fishing pier to relax in the fading light. This park offered perfect access to a little-known slice of paradise hidden away in California, and the sunsets over the delta were incredible every time. - Nomadic_Neighbors
Jun 2017 - $50.00
This is a destination resort on the San Joaquin River. Great location for extended stay if you are visiting San Francisco Bay Area, Napa, or Sacramento. Fishing and boating paradise. Nice shaded sites with the delta breeze, even though temperature was high we didn't need A/C under the trees. - JohnnyCash
Jun 2017 - $40.00
We stayed here for 6 nights in June 2017. The section is we stayed in (rows A-D) had long, level pull-through sites with full hookups (30Amp), and had beautiful trees that provided lots of welcome shade. The other side of the park had some trees, but not as many, and just wasn't as pretty. There is a small pool, but it wasn't open during our stay. There are tennis courts and small dog park. The staff was very friendly. Right across the street is a marina with a small store and a deck - we watched the sunset there a couple nights and it was very nice. The park is located on the Delta Loop which is a road that runs along the San Joaquin River. The breeze off of the river blows right through the park and it was so nice to sit outside under the trees. There are several marinas, restaurants, and a few other RV parks on the Delta Loop. It's a very laid-back area that reminded me a bit of old Florida. The nearby town of Isleton has a historic main street and an excellent BBQ restaurant run by a man from Mississippi, so he knows his BBQ! This location would be good for exploring San Francisco, Napa, and Lodi - are all within an hour's drive. The park was bought by new owners a few years ago and it is evident that they are putting in a lot of work to improve it and make it nice. There is a section for RV storage that included several very old, junky RVs, a boat, and a car that all looked like they hadn't been moved in years. You have to take Highway 12 to get to this area, and it's a 2-lane highway with people who seem to want to drive 100 mph. Every time we were on this highway it stressed us out as we were constantly being tail-gated/passed by aggressive drivers. This is not the park's fault obviously, but something to consider if you plan to come here. The cell service was strong. - jnealy
Jul 2017 - $22.00
Great place to relax and enjoy the Sacramento River. Nice and easy for walking or biking. Clean and well taken care of, host very helpful and friendly. - D'art campizard
May 2017 - $34.00
LEO rangers now civilian. Always out working on the grounds. Varying amounts of shade thru park. Now taking internet reservations. The bath houses are rustic, but spotless. Noticed F&G checking out the fisherpeople. The sheriff's deputies came through every day. My wife felt safe. Will stay again. - diceshooter60
Apr 2017 - $20.00
They do have free, hot water, handicapped shower available. Nothing fancy but great price and nice that it is close to town. - Madeline Haney
Jul 2016 - $4.00
I only seem to review parks when I really like them or don't. You will not have to guess which one this is. Firstly, this is not big rig friendly. Your experience begins on the approach, a narrow twisting road on a levee for about 2.5 miles, when you arrive and must descend a single lane, very steep drop off the levee to the park. What goes down must come up. The park is very poorly maintained: dusty roads, bumpy grass (sort of grass) sites, and very poor electric. I never looked in the showers etc, but the building looked very tired. Mostly permanents (maybe seasonal), but very few transients. My 50 amp connection was not working (causing my surge protector to hum) and not delivering power to the coach. The one small bright spot was when a maintenance man came over to check out the humming, and informed me that this site had poor power and I should move to another. He did assist me and we found another site and we were able to stay the night, but left the next day. The ride up the hill to the levee was equally challenging and I was very pleased to be on my way. Would not ever return (even for free). - Woody1
Apr 2016 - $7.00
First time to this park, and the last. Stayed here with Coast to Coast discount. Was charged $7.00 nightly for full hookup but only had 30 amp available, and we had to use adjoining electric because our electric was not working. Reported it to management but nothing ever happened to fix problem. Campsite was in a grassy area but probably had not been mowed in several months, grass all around was very tall which made it a mosquito haven. Staff were friendly but resort needs to fix gravel roads and general lawn maintenance. Stayed just down the road at another campground which was much more appealing and no fees. - Dedra C
Jul 2015 - $11.00
Campground nicely shaded by a canopy of trees along gravel driveways.
The biggest drawback to this park is the well deserved reputation for having long-term members in row E who disrespect the people passing through. The long-term members tend to annoy, harass, and disrespect the other campers.
Management has little control over these long-term dwellers who have a sense of entitlement.
Would we camp there again? Only of there were sites available away from row E. - Wanders