22 RV Parks near Dixon, California
Apr 2017 - $30.00
Very reasonable rate for this area of N. California. Good power but water pressure is low. Very good Verizon 4g signal and a getting satellite is not a problem from most sites. Big rig parking is not a problem except in the 3 or 4 neatest the gate. Some train noise. During dog shows there are a lot of barky dogs which was expected. We will return. - StarlifterFE
May 2016 - $35.00
Nice RV sites for a fairground. Only about 13 sites with full hookups and 50amps. Well maintained gravels with decent spacing. The fair was pulling out when we pulled in so be sure to check the fairground activities before coming. All sites were full before we got there. Camp host is in the very end site and is who you need to look for after office hours. Decent place to overnight. Would stay here again! - JeffDeb
Aug 2015 - $35.00
Nothing there! Just a place to stop. Lots of grass for dog potty. Easy back-in sites. - C.J. Arizona
May 2017 - $60.00
The park was really basic and they clearly don't enforce their campground rules. There were a lot of sites that were not kept clean and tidy as their park rules supposedly require. There were a number of pretty run down looking setups which made me feel a bit uneasy about the place. Our site was between what appeared to be a couple of long term stays. There wasn't much room between sites and our site had a really sad, run down looking picnic table sitting on a tiny patch of gravel for its "outdoor space". The dog play area felt like something out of a post apocalyptic disaster movie - its a pretty barren dirt area that is really poorly maintained. The whole place felt quite sketchy - we only stayed one night and probably wouldn't want to go back there again if we can avoid it. - MaximusCub
Apr 2017 - $47.00
Stayed for a week at a back in site. In that area the roads were gravel, and our site was gravel. During the rain, the gravel was so thin that our site was mostly mud. The roads are paved in some of the park, and the roads are wide for maneuverability. All sites are gravel. The cable was a combination of SD and HD channels. Several of the HD channels pixelated a lot. Numerous trees and grass. The park had a rural feel even though development from Vacaville is a couple of miles away. Fairly close to Sacramento, Davis, and Oakland. - feral cat
Apr 2017 - $65.00
Very nice park near everything. The pond is really nice and ever has a beaver living in it. Great dog park. - Mavtx
Jul 2016 - $55.00
The Manager was extremely helpful and friendly. The park is conveniently located just off Highway 80 but not noisy at all. The park was very clean: bathrooms and laundry facilities were immaculate. This was the nicest park we stayed in during our summer road trip. Lots of ripe and delicious fruit trees and a great play area and swimming pool. (We were the only ones there!) - User737
Apr 2016 - $45.00
Lots of Eucalyptus trees but we still had room to maneuver our coach into a pull through spot. Very shady, quiet, and safe. We left for a few days and drove to San Francisco; was an easy drive. There's a large outlet mall nearby and some excellent restaurants in nearby towns. The manager was helpful and friendly. Liked that they had free movie DVDs. - Betty2016
Feb 2016 - $40.00
Stayed 2 nights. Older park but in good condition. Very old trees provide lots of shade. Quiet with adequate space between campsites. Great location of going into S.F. for sightseeing. - gnlandrus
Feb 2017 - $45.00
Wife and I stayed in this park for two nights. It was just after a lot of heavy rainstorms in Northern California so the lower area of the campground was closed as some of the sites had excessive puddling. We stayed in one of the upper utility sites (water & electric). There were about 10 other RV'ers in this area. The sites in this area are plenty long and the utilities work fine. The campground is quiet except for when one of the peacocks bellow for a bit. More funny than annoying and they don't do it at night. There is a large grassy area for pets and it is a nice 20 minute walk through all the campground areas. Overall a really nice experience. We live in the Sacramento area and this was only an hour drive for us. - M_i_k_e_y
Feb 2017 - $20.00
This is a nice county park near the small town of Winters, which is a neat little town with a few wineries. The campground is next to the Purah creek which is home to a lot of water fowl, otters and other critters. The campsite it self has numerous peacocks which make for an exotic scene as they wander around looking for handouts or grazing in the grass. Unfortunately, the park needs some serious upgrades to rest rooms and showers which are old and very dirty. We did use them but felt very uncomfortable doing so. It is a shame because this could be a lovely campground in a location convenient to Sacramento and to the wine regions of Napa. - Walter48
Dec 2016 - $24.00
This campground is pretty large and has something for everyone, from a few full hookups sites, several electric/water sites, to dry sites suitable for Rvs or tents. We stayed one night in an awesomely private dry site and one in a water/electric. We were here in December so there were numerous sites to choose from. Seems like a birdwatcher's paradise, between the peacocks (gorgeous & affable), herons & ducks on the water, and woodpeckers.
There were 3 camp hosts when we were there, which was refreshing coming from a state park where there was no camp host nor ranger presence. The camp hosts we talked to/bought firewood from were very personable & helpful, telling us their favorite sites in the campground. - 70s Kid
May 2017 - $20.00
The site is gravel and level. I did not have reservations as they do not make reservations if you are going to arrive within 30 days; however, they do have several sites that are first come first serve. When I arrived the office was closed but there were clear instructions on which sites were available for my size rig, length of stay, and with or without pets. I don't think it could be any more clear. After I got settled in my site, the office opened and I finished the registration process. The gentlemen in the office was friendly and squared me away quickly even though he continued to receive a million other calls. Kudos to him for his multitasking abilities. The BX and Commissary are within walking distance and there is a big field in the back to walk your dog. Overall, I have no complaints especially for the price. Thank you Travis AFB Command and MWR for taking care of us. Now... if we can only get everyone (mostly a small percentage) to recognize theses awesome benefits and not take advantage and ensure we clean up after ourselves and our pets. - Techn0
Sep 2016 - $10.00
Had no trouble finding an overflow space where we camped for two nights.
Park was almost full. Adequately maintained. Dump station and gravel site in overflow was fine. Parking tow was not a problem. There were shade trees, but I was still able to use my Winegard Trv'ler DirecTV satellite. Great location and will stay there again. - rwarner22
Sep 2016 - $20.00
1st stay: Brochure, phone message and sign on the door all say the office is open from 0830-1200 then from 1300-1530. My wife went to the office where an Open sign displayed in the window, knocked on the door but the guy in the office would not answer. She then called the office number and he finally acknowledged her. When we made reservations a few months back I asked for a parking site where we could get satellite reception. Amy assigned us to site #3 for that purpose. During check-in we were told we had been moved to site #61 which we knew has a tree blocking to view to the south. At that time we were told there was no other sites available so we proceeded to our site, backed in and with some maneuvering, got the TV working. When my wife walked back over to the office she was told we could move to another site if we wanted. What? So, if you are assigned to a site or make a request for a specific site when you make a reservation, you may or may not get that one when you arrive. My recommendation would not even assign a site when you make a reservation, just wait until your arrival. During check-in you are required to not only sign the "rules" sheet but you must now initial all 21 rules individually and then sign. I don't think we got the memo that the old manager had returned to Travis. There is no longer any internet available in the park and if you want cable TV you are required to go into Fairfield to get a cable box. They are no longer watering most of the "dogs" parking sites and it looks terrible in that area.
2nd Stay: Same problem with being moved to another site. Don't get me wrong, I don't mind being moved but at least take my preferences into account. The Verizon cell signal is weak at Travis, but with a booster we are able to get 2 bars of 4g service. - StarlifterFE
Mar 2017 - $1.00
It was a sales pitch free stay to sit through a presentation. The creek was very lively due to recent rains. The ambiance was wonderful. The café actually had the best pizza I have ever had in California! The site was maintained well and we got to pick which site. You can be next to the creek without sewer (they do have a honey pot) or up higher with sewer. There is NO cell service here and the WIFI you have to pay for. I would stay again! - Fulltimingit
Sep 2016 - $1.00
Stayed there for 14 days. The park is very nice, most of the sites are next to Putah Creek.
The staff was very helpful and friendly.
The manager was there to greet you, we had questions on our coast to coast and she was glad to help, even those we were not members.
They had full hookups, but we decided to get a w/e only.
It was quiet even on the weekend when the camp was 3/4 full, it was nice during the week there may have been only 6-8 campers there.
Nice pools, one is adult only. The only thing is they are not heated.
They just got internet only in a couple of spots in the resort.
The only bad point is no phone service, you have to go into Winters (9 miles away).
I will stay there again. - Birddog55
Jun 2016 - $2.00
This is a membership park and it is our "home base". We have been members for 1-year and have camped here 4 times. Each time we return they have added something new. At this visit they had new fencing, plants and decking for all of the cabins and office areas.
Most of the campers who visit have their dogs with them, so we would like to see a dog park set up near the office area and/or near the bathroom at the campground area by the dam. We would also like to see a small shop where camping accessories can be purchased since the nearest town is Winters, 10-miles away. - G_Barbosa
Sep 2015 - $35.00
We could not maneuver our 40' motorhome into this park. The manager called us earlier in the day and because we were arriving late (8pm), instructed us to make a "quick right" into the park. We had never stayed here before and came in from Consumnes River Blvd. Big mistake. The road is narrow and dark with low hanging branches all along the way. The 'quick right' was virtually impossible. A woman ran out to meet us and told us to continue another half mile to turn around to enter from the north. Even after doing that, our 20 year RVing experience told us the steep entrance road was too risky especially at night. We opted to dry camp overnight at a nearby Home Depot. - billandmemakes3
Jul 2014 - $25.00
Lots of space between camp sites. Most visitors stayed at least a few nights so not so much in and out activity which was nice. Lower level has well placed mature trees for good shading Delta breezes to cool off. Great view of river. Marina has small swimming area to dip. Office staff very helpful, accommodating and friendly, the type of people you always want to find at campgrounds/RV parks. Laundry on site (2 washers, 2 dryers). Wi-Fi spotty if far from marina office but it is free so sit yourself outside office on the deck to watch the sunset while you surf the net. Rate is unbeatable. $25 day is weekly rate. Convenient location to shopping for necessities (Nuggett food, Lowe’s, Target, Earth First). Lower level does not have sewer hook up. Four full bathrooms available, 3 keyed (pay $15 deposit), one available to EVERYONE so avoid that particular unit. Lower level entry a bit steep. Our site required two layers of levelers on one side. Most other sites used some kind of leveling adjustment as parking was on grass. Upper level in full sun and mostly permanent residents (some units very old). Ownership heavily waters during summer heat to cool down camp area. This created an ant invasion every watering. Some road noise from River Road but dies down at night time. We had extended stayed due to having business and family in the area. We would gladly return for shorter stays but no sewer hook up does gets old. There is dump station but you have to exit lower level, go down the road at least a mile to turn around, enter upper level camp area, then exit upper level, go down the road at least a mile to turn around around to come back to enter the lower level. - THTH
Jun 2013 - $35.00
Nice park you would never know its there. VERY close to downtown Sac- but far away. Check in is OK- Ft counter folks are kinda happy your there. Lots of shade/ weak wifi, but we have stayed here a few times, and keep coming back- Lots of shopping/food within a few miles. Old Sac, 10 min away. We will keep coming back. Fun to watch all the boat traffic on the river. - Tredguy
Oct 2016 - $35.00
It is a gravel parking lot with hookup panels to separate spaces.
You have to park your vehicle in front of your RV, unless there is no neighbor and then you can park it on side.
There was a Mexican dance I think they said going on. It was loud, but was ok once in Motorhome and then it was over by 9pm.
It is great for anyone working or participating at the grounds or just a one nighter, but a little over priced for what is given/offered. - Victoria Grace
Jun 2016 - $35.00
Plain flat dirt with full hookups. Some traffic noise if there is something going on at the fair grounds but very convenient for an over night stay, what we did, or if you are visiting. There is no restrooms but a great place to run/walk your dog. We had a nice pull through with lots of space for our 35ft rv and toad. We would stay again, just don't expect a lot and you will be fine. - G Hall
Jul 2015 - $35.00
Level, dirt parking lot next to fairgrounds. No services, no table - but 50 amp power, water and sewer all functional and area was fairly clean. It is a little pricey for what you get, but it was very convenient to visit family in Woodland and no other choices. Plenty big and roomy for the biggest rigs. Check out for events - we experienced a car show and quite the noise for one evening until midnight. No worries about security. Would stay again if needing to be in Woodland . . . . simply no other options without going further out. You can make reservations on line; or on site with an "iron ranger". First come first served sites, even with reservation . They do come around and check if you've paid! - subaru
Mar 2017 - $40.00
Although the space between sites was very tight and a tree prevented our awning from being fully extended, our experience was great. The staff was very friendly, and there is a food truck on site for breakfast and lunch that delivers to your trailer. There is a heated covered pool and a large dog run. There are chickens running about and you get can their eggs at the office for free. I was advised at check-in to just place my garbage at the back of my site and it would be picked up and the recycling sorted. Staff came by several times a day to pick it up. Long timers are restricted to 6 months so their sites don't get too junky. Laundry room was clean and next to a rec room with video games and a large tv. This room also could be used for group parties with a fridge and several tables and chairs. - Catbob
Nov 2016 - $51.00
Small park staff very friendly and do their best to accommodate your every need. We have stayed here several times and it is much better now they are no longer KOA. - dnness
Sep 2016 - $43.00
We camp in a "Tear Drop style RV" only 15' long w/o toilet or shower and thus rely on condition of campgrounds facilities and being nearby our site ~ so our critique is focused in that area. Evidence this was once KOA; with A-Frame shape of office building and sites all crammed close together with about a 4' strip of grass between barely room for the small picnic table. It's an older park - we got lucky close to restroom with an asphalt pad while many others were on gravel - didn't need any blocks to level. Older shower / restroom facility but kept clean - looking at recent gallery of pictures on their web site, appears they "spruced up" the restroom/shower facility since we stayed their. I included our pictures and notice the apparent improved difference. Still don't know if they have the older fixtures and my comments were to improve by doing some painting and upgrading the fixtures, replacing the rubber floor mats, in and outside of shower stalls, adding conveniences of hooks and shelving for your stuff. The stalls are very tight 3', I think, and changing area same that includes a small stool. Sink and vanity area is roomy, but again no hooks or shelves to hold your stuff. Also appears they improved overall appearance of the park with added gravel and sprucing up - Park is in industrial area along side of freeway, but sound barrier wall kept noise at bay - newer shopping center complex close by [approx 3 mi] with Wal-Mart and Home Depot as anchor stores with many others. - dido
Nov 2014 - $40.00
We came in for a short stay on a weekend with our 37 ft. 5th wheel and two small dogs. Knowing the park office was closed for the weekends, we called ahead and nice young lady took our info and explained the do-it-yourself check in system that was set up at the office. Upon arrival we noticed how close to town the park was and the level, paved aisle-ways of each row. Not a shred of grass in sight or a dog run, the pups would have to "ruff" it on the gravel rocks for a few days. The park itself was simple in its layout and live-in residents seemed friendly. Sights were level, easy alignment to back into, and RVs are parked on packed gravel with updated concrete patios. The traffic noise in the surrounding area was considerable but again, we were here on a weekend. This was a decent stop for a quick business trip. - RVLife4us
Jun 2012 - $15.00
As others have noted, it is a big shame on the capital of California that there is not one decent park in the entire area. All the parks are a compromise either in location, facilities or cost. This park is in an economically depressed area of West Sacramento with the potential for danger. WE have heard gun shots at night, we see gang members walking by at night and do not feel safe. We were parked in site 2 upon arrival and had our rear bedroom (escape hatch) window smashed by a rock throwing teenager. If you come here, do not allow them to place you in site 1, 2, 3 or anywhere against the west fence facing Glide Ave. Although they are larger sites and most often used for the larger motor homes and 5th Wheels you are seriously at risk for vandalism by teenagers who walk by every day to and from the high school south of here. Bicycles have been stolen at night inside the park, all personal belongings left outside are at risk of theft, and any bays left unlocked are at risk of being rifled. Teenagers wander around the area late at night looking for mischief. The owners have covered themselves for any liability in extensive legal language on the rental agreements. They refuse to take any precautionary steps like providing security or putting in taller fences to protect client vehicles. Emergency vehicles with siren noises are common in this area all hours of the day and night. There is no place to walk any dog except on busy Glide Ave which can be quite dangerous at night with traffic passing at high rates of speed. This park is not worthy of a city the size of Sacramento! The sad thing is there isn't anything any better. - ALFA Maytwins
Oct 2011 - $35.00
Stayed one night while in the Sacramento area. Easy to access, friendly staff. - TeamElk-Rib