24 Parks near Citrus Heights, California
Sep 2015 - $18.00
Scattered throughout this mobile home community are sites for rvers. Easy check in and found the site with no problem. There is a pool and 2 laundry rooms. Really a no frills spot to stay. Stayed for 2 nights to visit sister. Very friendly neighbors and felt safe to walk at night in the community. Would stay here again if in the area. Only problem was placement of hookups. Water on the wrong side and sewer was under motor home. - mdmnkcm
May 2015 - $18.00
Needed a one night stay close to some friends who live in the area. This place certainly fit the bill! They save a few spots for RV's to sit. Full hookups, but no wifi to use. Very clean park, and very friendly staff. Would stay here again! - laurly
Apr 2015 - $35.00
Well located, quiet mobile home park with some sites for rv's. Our back in site was long and level with a concrete patio and parking for our truck. All utilities worked well and we were able to get sat service, despite lots of trees. The residents were friendly and we enjoyed our time here. We will return when next in the area. - ronboett
Jul 2016 - $20.00
This daily rate is what it will work out to be when divided by 30 (so it may be just a bit more for the week). This is a minimum stay of 1 week RV park. Monthly rent is $545.00 which includes water, free mail forwarding service, electric (not extra), garbage, sewer and free GOOD WiFi. This park also has a laundry room and if you prefer to dry outside, there are 3 clothes lines to use for drying outside. Centrally located to everything. Walgreens, Tire store, Target, and various restaurants. - Denise M Smith
Dec 2015 - $17.00
My wife and I have spent the last six years here: from October to March. It is a great park. The manager runs a tight ship, but the same rules apply to everyone. You have a gravel suite for RV. Asphalt suite for the tow, and a concrete patio. I would have given it a 10, but for the spotty wifi. Owners don't want to invest the money. We still keep in touch with friends here.
(Lot spacing is spacious with some shade. Site surfaces are asphalt, gravel and grass and feature a patio.) - Guy Wassather
May 2015 - $17.00
Price reflects weekly (minimum stay) rate of $130- extra days were $27.50 each.
If you are self sufficient & have your own internet, this is a great park with large sites well set out with privacy from tree & gardens. Good value for nice setting. This is a mobile home park which is being converted to a RV Park - mostly RV's now. The park felt safe and has supermarkets and services nearby.
The down side is if you require internet, you need to go to the club house. The main restrooms appear to be shut down with just a single very dated shower/toilet (each) available which forms part of the clubhouse. Cleaning appears to be once a week.
We had no response to emails or telephone messages left requesting a reservation and had to keep ringing until we got through (Office hours 10-5 only). There is also quite a few sirens due to closeness to highway patrol.
We would stay here again. - Kiwigirl
May 2016 - $30.00
I was desperate for overnight parking as 4 other parks I called from Loomis to Sacramento were booked up. Placer County Fair Grounds made space for me as they were pretty booked as well. Most campsites were occupied by long term folks that were packed in like sardines. The camp host gave me a spot off to myself with electricity only which was a relief after seeing the sardine sites. I stayed by myself while my husband was on a trip and didn't feel comfortable there by myself. Ended up moving to our family's driveway the next day. Depending on what is going on at the fairgrounds could impact your visit. Some sort of races going on when I got there on a Saturday afternoon so it was loud...but was over by 7pm. Appreciated the camp hosts giving me a nice site but I just felt unsettled while there. - JeffDeb
May 2014 - $30.00
First Fairgrounds experience and it is a good one. Made last-minute search for a place near Sacramento over Memorial Weekend. Got a number to call the host. He hooked us up with full 50amp hookups in the shade with lots of room to ourselves. Probably 20 campers over several acres. It was quiet except for several events Sat night. We walked to the car races, which were fun to watch. It quieted down after 11, which was fine. We could have gone to sleep earlier if that was our desire, not too loud. We will definitely stay here next time we're in the area. - Seb
Jan 2012 - $30.00
Other recent reviews generally reflect our opinion/experience. The best I can say is that it was quiet and affordable. The campground host, was a big help getting us into a spot during a heavy rainstorm. We camped in one of the few spots by the "Beer Garden". There are lots of other sites in a nearby open field, but not recommended should there be rain in the forecast. - rncordy
Aug 2005 - $30.00
Nice park, great view of the mountain. Large spots. Easy access. - darthfadar
Oct 2015 - $49.00
This RV park proves that a business is only as good as the person in the front office.
We've RV'd from Alaska to Texas and have not, thankfully, received anything near the ignorance and incompetence we encountered here.
My hubby booked ahead over the phone for three nights in this park. We got an email to give us a confirmation number, nothing more - no instructions or directions and certainly no lot/pad number. Arrived at 6:30 PM to discover the office locked. Looked around for any sign of communication for us. (Some sheet with our surname in large print was the least we should expect.) Nada! We phoned the number listed for the office. No response to our message. We picked an empty lot and got ourselves parked with some effort. Hooked up to the power, but no access to washrooms, pool, or WiFi due to no information provided. Went to bed thinking we'd done our best and hadn't disturbed anyone. Hubby walked over to the office just across from us at about 10 AM. He was 'greeted' by the manager who turned bad into worse. After a complete display of idiocy in front of others in the office, he ordered us out of the park "in ten minutes" and began to call the police. We happily took our leave. As yet, we have not had a return of the money. (as of October 26/15)
The owner of this property needs to be aware of this manager's conduct and that his employee stole two nights accommodation from his business when he ordered us out for no cause.
As a traveler, give this one a pass. It's not worth the aggravation to deal with someone like this.
We found this a very cramped park. It was difficult for us to move around inside the park pulling the trailer as lots were so full that vehicles were parked on the streets. Also a contortion to park. It is a very noisy location due to its proximity to the interstate. The entrance into the park is a tight turn and it is on a busy street. We did not get to see any of the facilities that we paid for nor did we get to test out the 'free WiFi' as we were not provided password/access codes. We could see the swimming pool near the entrance but could not make use of it. The lot we found was graveled and level and had a cement pad on one side. There were shade trees around the site. The park is not in the best of neighbourhoods but it is fenced and the park has some street lights. The park appears to be more of a manufactured home park than an RV park. - carliewired
Sep 2015 - $49.00
When we arrived in Sacramento we were sorely disappointed in the RV parks. Sac Shade is an older park, but newly managed. The owner is upgrading landscaping, pool, etc. which gives this park a huge plus from all other parks in the area. It's a snap to get onto I-80, shopping and shopping. The Internet connection (provided by the park) is an issue ~ very sporadic. - lvscoffee7
May 2015 - $49.00
The park is a nice older park. They are doing many upgrades, but beware it is I think, only good for motorhomes 25' or less. I think it would be tight to get even a 25 TT in. There is parking on both sides of the street and I had to take care with my 25' Class C. (no tow). That said it is a park with mostly full timers, friendly people. Park has good Verizon signal, cable with about 20+ stations, and reasonably good wifi. Good for an overnighter with a small motor home. If you tow disconnect at the office. The new management is making many improvements and it is a nice park for the right motorhome. There are many places to eat within a few miles and many stores in the area. - wtravlr1
Dec 2014 - $46.00
Very nice, clean park. CG Hosts very pleasant along with the Ranger. American River bike trail runs through the park so easy access if you are biking. Fantastic VZ cell signal...should be since the transmitter is right in the park! - IslandGuy
Feb 2012 - $55.00
Nice Park. Located in-town, good place to stay for visiting local area. Also, traffic is a bit noisy due to locations. Biking is popular but fishing is very challenging despite regular stocking. Finally, campground still gets full in spite of the high fee. - RetUSAF
Dec 2011 - $46.00
Nice long term RV park. We stayed here so we can visit our kids during the holidays. Pricey but okay. It was clean and the camp hosts were okay. Park Ranger was very nice. Very quiet. Please note that they charge you $10 a day for any visitors who stay longer than 15 minutes. Wish they had told us that when you register or I would have gone somewhere else. - Bruceaz
Apr 2008 - $32.00
This is an older park, but it is being maintained adequately. The campground host was very helpful. There is some disparity between the name in TrailerLife directory and the campground's website versus the park signage you actually will see when you drive up. Either it is *becoming* "Sacramento Shade RV Park", or it *used to be* called that, but as of today's date (4/2008) it is "Oak Haven RV Park". Although the park is close by the highway, the park is actually pretty quiet. VERY convenient access to downtown Sacramento, Old Town, and Arden Mall. This park seems oriented more to full-time residents than transient RV'ers. - JimF
Jul 2012 - $25.00
Do not even pull in to this campground. It's noisy at all hours of the night with motorcycles, loud cars, and fireworks. The homeless people wander through the park night and day digging in the dumpsters and stealing anything that's not locked. My daughter lost her bicycle. The Wi-Fi will not connect and only shows 1 bar when it shows anything. The only thing going for this park is friendly staff and the price. - possumtrotky
Jul 2011 - $25.00
Manager and Maintenance Man were great -- so helpful, friendly. Long-term and short-term/overnight sites. Close to light rail. Shadier in long-term area. Have just planted trees at sites in front. Nice laundry room. We felt safe as they personally checked out every vehicle coming into park. I didn't remember the rates - inexpensive. We will stay here whenever in Sacramento. - deb.williams
Oct 2012 - $15.00
This club is in an industrial part of town. After 5 pm the area closed up and had virtually no noise. Businesses open at 0700 with their accompanying noises. Paved lot with maneuvering room for big rigs. (I'm 43') Easy driving to restaurants and shopping. Normal Elks Lodge amenities. On site black water dump with odd rules about dumping. Ask in advance to see when you can or can't dump. - Bucky Beaver
May 2016 - $40.00
About half of the sites here are on pavement, many with trees. The other half are on gravel, no grass or trees. Neither are level. There is a large dog park (really large) with grass. Laundry, restrooms and showers, and that's it. There are bike/walking trails just off the entry road, that travel into downtown, or out of town. - ta96silver
Apr 2016 - $40.00
Location, location, location! Convenient location in Sacramento region. Hosts are very nice. All concrete and parking lot feeling. Park is walking distance to bike/walk trail along the American River. - motorcity
Feb 2016 - $40.00
We stayed here before and could not find any better option so we returned despite the high rate for a gravel parking lot. Good hookups, strong WiFi and reasonably quiet but side by side parking without any privacy. We'll never understand the site assignment strategy putting us right beside another camper while the park wasn't even one third full. And of course the next camper to arrive got the free spot on our other side. Well, since there is no picnic table or fire ring you stay inside antway.
What we like most is the American River bike path passing right outside the RV park. All paved and gently winding it is a great walking or cycling opportunity. It will either lead you right into Old Sac' or up to Folsom Lake. - TheSchweitzers