2 Parks near Columbia, California
Oct 2015 - $25.00
We were visiting historic Columbia, CA which is only .5 miles from this park. The staff were excellent. Each guest gets guided into their spot by two staff members, which is very helpful because the park is on a hill and some of the stalls are tricky to pull into.
Friday nights includes free BBQ hot dogs, beans, chips and a drink and s'mores around the campfire.
Our fee was based on our RPI membership. They also had a two nights for the price of one special which we purchased.
A small fenced dog area is available in the front of the park.
Prospectors can buy supplies and practice panning on-site. - G_Barbosa
Sep 2015 - $36.00
We stopped here for a couple of nights to see the historic Columbia Village and explore Sonora. It was a good choice among the available parks as the sites were fine with good water/electric/cable and wifi and the folks were friendly. The bathrooms were clean but really minimal and in need of an upgrade. Sites were back in...took a little work to find the most level spot in the gravel and are pretty close together.
Good value for this section of the country and the nearby towns are well worth the visit. - Camaraderie
May 2014 - $40.00
Had a flat, level, gravel, back-in site. Staff made it easy to park. Sites have two sewer hookups so you could choose the most convenient option. Wi-Fi worked well. Nice picnic table in site. Free coffee each morning and free chili fogs on Friday night. Nice campfire program. Staff constantly asked if they could do anything to make our stay nicer. Use driving direction on web site. GPS not aware of closed streets due to Columbia State Park. Very nice park. Only down side was no good spots to take dog on walk due to narrow, windy road. Would definitely stay again. - travelcouple
Oct 2015 - $20.00
Umm...the parking spot was fairly level. There was 30-amp electric hook-up. It was rustic and quiet That's about all the positive things I can think of.
They advertise cable, but it didn't work. When I asked about it, she said "good days, we can usually get 2 or 3 stations"! I was able to pull in CBS from the antenna, and a fuzzy Fox. The "pull thru" slot we were assigned wasn't, a 25-foot rig may have been able to maneuver in around the table and fire pit, but not our 40-footer. There was a combination store/office/shower/restroom at the entrance. Most spots are partially shaded, and there's plenty of space around some, others are crowded together. There's a walking trail to a disused marble quarry, maybe 5 minutes, but if you take a dog, he'll be covered in "sticky burrs" once you're done - I speak from experience! The park was not designed for big rigs; a couple of sharp bends, with nice big chunks of marble lining the road edges! - RV-Roamer
Mar 2015 - $38.00
The park was fairly quiet, but the gravel sites were anything but level. The road to the park was very rough but short. The wi-fi worked well but the camp has the security set very high so that many sites were unusable, but that isn't always a bad thing. The staff was friendly and the park was clean, just make sure you have plenty of leveling blocks with you. I would stay at this park again. - pemnel
May 2014 - $38.00
This is a nice park. A little difficult to get to pulling a 36 ft fifth wheel. Small roads with lots of turns. The sites are fairly small and not easy to pull into. We stayed in site 49. It was okay but had it been really hot you would have no shade. Sites 74 and 73 would be a great choice for access and shade. Short walk to Columbia, which is a great town. Lots of activities - newtofifthwheeling