16 RV Parks near East Quincy, California
We did however find 16 campgrounds within 25 miles of East Quincy. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near East Quincy in the left hand column.
Jul 2017 - $39.00
Good wifi and cable. Very nice friendly park. Nice wide spaces. This is a park that you will enjoy! - oniedu
Jun 2017 - $39.00
Very pleasant stay. Park has good shade. Bathrooms and showers were immaculate. Did not use laundry but looked in and room was tidy, clean, and large. Above average internet response times. Owners were very accommodating making sure we got a site that suited our needs. Very quite during our stay mid-week but may be different on weekends as park sits adjacent to fairgrounds and a city park. Also, we noticed that perimeter sites picked up more noise from surrounding properties the the interior sites. Would return here if in area. - TravelinTail
Jun 2017 - $33.00
This is a great park The owners are very helpful and nice. It has the feel of a family park the owners make you feel very welcome and they appreciate the camper. It is an older park but well maintained and is no problem for big rigs.The sites vary in length but all have good distance between sites. The roads are paved as are some of the sites. The grounds are kept cut trimmed and clean. The sites are cleaned, tables and utilities are wiped down after every departure. All the utilities worked well. It is a popular park and I can see why. It is not a fancy resort but it has all the amenities and a beautiful park in the woods. It will become one of our favorite parks. We will return again. - JDR
Jun 2013 - $40.00
I'm only giving a lower rating because not all services are available, but who needs Wi-Fi on vacation?? We found it to be a wonderful relaxing place to stay. The natural hot springs was a real treat after a long day. The setting is rustic, natural and quiet. We loved it and will be back, great place to unwind. - Bill&Helen
Aug 2016 - $35.00
The best asset of this park is the staff! Wonderful people who really go out of their way to make sure you have everything you need to have a great time. We were lucky to arrive on a night that they were having a benefit for the Horses Unlimited program for autistic children, so we enjoyed a great meal and two piece band for a great cause! We also were lucky enough to win a couple raffle prizes as well!
The second best asset of this park is the trees! Shade everywhere. The sites are mostly dirt with gravel, but ours was very level. After the weekend the place emptied out to about 1/4 capacity. They have a giant communal fire pit that looked amazing, but no one else was using it so we saved our s'mores for when we got home. The dog park is small (32'x16'), and all dirt, but adequate. Leash rule is very strictly enforced (which is a great thing). Park was always very quiet and relaxing, and if you don't feel like cooking they have a very quaint cafe/store on site that serves breakfast and lunch except on Tuesdays. Satellite TV was a total of 5 channels, 8 if you can do digital.
So why the 7 rating? Two things that were tough for us. While the park is surrounded by things to do and neat towns to explore, everything but hiking is a several miles away, so if you don't have a tow vehicle or a toad you need to break camp if you want to do anything outside the park. The Feather River is only 1/2 mile away by satellite map, but because of the private property in between you must drive several miles to enjoy it.
But by far the biggest deal breaker for us was the fact that cell service is nonexistent (Verizon, at least), and the Internet was as bad as it gets to still be able to call it "available." For my DW that has her own business, and myself that sadly depends on Internet while away from work, we just wouldn't be able to stay here again.
If you want great hospitality and a quiet shady non-connected experience, this is the place for you! - NvLivin
Sep 2015 - $30.00
A great camping experience, lots of pine trees and shade. The Park is immaculate, the owners keep the grounds in excellent condition. Gravel and dirt sites, ours was level, full hook up, picnic table, with Wi-Fi and cable TV. Pets are OK, but must be on a leash at all times; dog run. Bathrooms and showers were clean, individual shower stalls with door and dressing area. Owners are very friendly and informative. Park fire pit (campfire) located in safe area. Country store, post office, and Café (breakfast and lunch) on premises. Quiet at night. - zigzag
Aug 2015 - $30.00
This is the second time we've stayed here. It's only 1.5 hours from our home and is a great, quick weekend get-away. It's nestled in the pines and is quiet and dark at night (important to us). The managers are always friendly and helpful. - CarrieD
Sep 2016 - $40.00
An escape! Bucks lake is the perfect getaway from it all. Perfect weekend to be "at the lake"- no distractions. Good fishing and not too crowded. - flyfishfly
Jul 2012 - $40.00
Lakeshore Resort clearly caters to year-round or season-long residents. Most sites are occupied by long-term visitors, and facilities for the casual camper are sorely lacking. Bathrooms with flush toilets and shower, yet they looked as if nobody had taken a cleaning rag or mop to them in weeks. Trash dumpsters were overflowing. Electrical hookups were strung through the trees with what looked like extension cords. It was too much money for what was offered. We will not visit here again. - Labs
Jul 2013 - $31.00
This is a very small park, and because at least some (if not many) sites seem to be taken by long term rentals, I strongly recommend making a reservation. All sites are back-in, and most sites back right up to the Feather River, providing a very beautiful environment. The owner is very friendly and helpful, and came out to help me back in to my site. Showers cost $4.00 (pay in the office). There is only one men's shower, and it was kept clean most of the time, although I did notice that they seem to have a problem with people not cleaning up after themselves, leaving bars of soap, bottles of shampoo, etc. The campers have a very friendly atmosphere, holding a community campfire nightly where all are welcome to join in. I would definitely come back. - Rick Scholz
Oct 2010 - $31.00
This place may not be for everyone, but my husband and I absolutely love the outdoors so it was perfect. The older residents are a bit quirky, but they mean well and have great little gatherings on a monthly basis. While we were there they invited us to judge their Iron Chef competition. What we enjoyed most about the park was the access to all things outdoors. The Feather River Canyon is just gorgeous and about an hour and a half drive away from Lassen Volcanic National Park. There is a great paved road leading up from the park where you can walk, jog or bike for 7 miles leading up to Belden Dam. The Pacific Crest Trail is also just two miles down the road, along with endless fishing and gold panning thanks to Gordon's Caribou Gold Mining Association (Gordon lives in the park.) - gypsylinemen
May 2008 - $20.00
This is a hidden gem, especially for California. It is one of the most beautiful parks in the CA state park system. Jameson Creek runs right through the middle of the campground and the views of the surrounding mountains are incredible. There are no hookups, but there are flush restrooms and nice new shower facilities which are kept clean. The park also has a great museum and you can tour the old mine/stamp mill site. Very nice rangers on site. Take the time to explore the nearby towns of Graeagle, Portola, and Blairsen. They are California unspoiled. Also, the Lakes Basin area is truly a natural wonder. Frazier Falls is worth the 1.5 mile hike. If you want to dine out, don't miss Gumbas in Blairsden. They have great pizza, friendly staff, and VERY family friendly! The ONLY drawbacks to Plumas Eureka are the lack of hookups and a lot of the spaces are difficult to maneuver in to. I wouldn't recommend it for rigs over 25 feet. If you don't camp there, at least take the time to visit the park! - campingwithourboys
Jul 2017 - $34.00
Clean attractive sites with a family atmosphere. Dog friendly. Well maintained and with a helpful staff. - John Hoffmann
Sep 2012 - $45.00
We have been traveling via RV for 20 years. This is the most congested and difficult to access park that we have ever experienced. The try to pack In as many rigs as possible. We were here over a three day weekend and I dreamed of having a dry camp space at any Walmart. What a joke. The 'guide" who helped us negotiate into our way too small spot caused us close to $1K damage on our rig. He was either dyslexic or blind. This place tries to maximize how you can get 10 pounds of stuff into a 5 pound bag. Sorry to say, it did not work for us. This place was designed for tiny rigs with no slides. The supposed WiFi was never working. The power was below acceptable levels for any campground. They collect top dollar for substandard sites. We will NEVER consider going to this place again! - Cathy.Cook
Sep 2011 - $40.00
Nice enough park in the trees, well maintained. Roads are tight, especially on holidays, with loads of vehicles, bikes, etc., impeding your access. You are escorted to your site mainly due to tight access and liability, not necessarily out of courtesy. Trains were fine, highway noise is much more than I expected. Unless you are camped right outside the clubhouse, the Wi-Fi is useless. The catv has about five channels, but is better than nothing. Would consider staying here again, but never on a three day weekend. Don't have little kids, but there isn't much for them to due other than run around campsites. Not the park's fault there. - NVDesertGirl
Oct 2015 - $46.00
We stayed here for 6 days. The park managers were very friendly and work with campers to make their stay the best experience possible. We arrived in the area a day earlier than expected and were able stay in a vacant site for the night. We liked the park, people and town so much we were able to stay in our space for an extra night.
The restrooms and showers are spotless, sites are cleaned as soon as the occupant leaves and . The grounds are well maintained and the whole park reflects pride of ownership and the attitude of the staff. Walking distance to town on a walking trail. Sites vary in size to accommodate small units to large class A RVs. We had no trouble with our 38 ft. 5th wheel. Will return. - JohnG3
Jul 2015 - $42.00
Stayed in early July. This is an amazing RV park. It is very close to town so walking to restaurants and shopping was easy. The park is very pet friendly (no charge). There are hiking and biking trails next to the park . The staff was very friendly and informative about the area and helpful in locating our trailer on the lot. There are lots of trees and the sites are very big. The bathrooms are amazing and had fresh flowers. Golf is close by and the park is very quiet. We will stay here again and again. - Mark R
Oct 2014 - $39.00
This RV Park is very clean and has a lot of trees and shade and all sites are nicely positioned for privacy. The park is pet friendly (no charge for pets) and they have walking trails. The park is close to town and golf and hiking. The restrooms are very clean. We will stay there again. - Mark R
Aug 2010 - $25.00
At this price, in this resort area, this campground is a great find. Cash or check only. Call ahead to make the owner aware of your set up. He will help guide you into your spot. The campground is shaded but level and I think could handle big rigs fine. Don't know about 50 amp. A mixture of weekenders and summer campers we were here on the weekend and it was very quiet. We used this as our base to explore the Lake Almanore area which is 1/4 mile away, National Forest hiking and Mt Lassen National Park 40 miles away. The campground is right on 89 just into the town limits when traveling from the west. Be sure to get cheaper gas in the bigger cities. The drive on 89 is not bad. Entrance easy to negotiate, sites are gravel but level. We were suppose to stay one night but stayed 4. We would come again and recommend to friends. Did not get a 10 because the bathrooms were old but were very clean. - travelnurse
Jul 2008 - $25.00
We spent one week here over Independence Day with 5 trailers in our group. All of us were in Toy Haulers and we could ride our Rhinos and quads right out of the park into the forest. The area for riding was dusty but we still had a great time The campground has pull troughs but is heavily treed and if you had a big rig (our biggest was 40 ft.) there are low hanging branches so be VERY careful. Full hookups were good but there are no pads …it is all dirt but a friendly park. Verizon cell does not work but ATT will work and a Sat.dish is hard to get located due to the trees. We will be back. - tomsack
Sep 2017 - $45.00
We chose this park due to the "9" ratings. After we arrived, I noted that the ratings are 5 years old. I will give the pros and cons here. PLEASE NOTE: the park has just been sold and the new owners have many plans to upgrade this park. New owner gentleman was so super helpful and friendly, a can do guy. They are going to add more sites, remodel the laundry room, partition off the full time area, add bocce ball and other rec opportunities. Also, they will build some cabins, which will be a wonderful addition.
PROS: The setting is gorgeous. We camped under the pines with 30 amp hook up, water and sewer. You could be fooled into thinking you are in a national park. You are surrounded by the forest. There is a nice walk through the forest behind the camp. It was quiet, set up off the main highway. Fire pits and picnic tables. We used site 26 which was very spacious with lots of privacy. The owner guided us to our site and helped us settle in.
You are so close to the Lakes Basin, where we did some great hiking. Also good food in Graeagle and Blairsden. The wi fi worked mostly well and there was a good cable channel lineup which also worked well.
CONS: The laundry room was filthy and only one washer worked, no dryers worked. We used a clothesline at our campsite to dry clothes. The rec room was locked so we did not see what was in there. The full timers: excuse me for saying this, but the area looks trashy. Someone living in a school bus there, for example. The new owners plan to section off this area with a fence and give them their own access road. We will check this park out again in a year or so. I do believe that the new ownership is earnest in their intent to fix it up and make it a lovely stay. So, check it out!
By the way, there is a lovely dry camping campground here as well. - Barbara Lee Tondro
Jul 2012 - $30.00
Our site was nice, level gravel. Water pressure good, electrical voltage good and steady. Sewer hookup is located well for gravitational flow but you will need a hose that is longer than 10 feet. Owners were friendly and very proud of the cable and satellite TV hook ups but we could not get ours to work. We watched CBS and ABC from our bat wing antenna. Verizon cell and Wi-Fi signal (3G only) was good. A nice, quiet location in tall pines with plenty of shade. Not a destination resort, but a nice clean, well-run spot to park and venture out in the area to see the sights. We will definitely stay here again. - Nevadatripin
Jul 2012 - $30.00
This little, no frills gem is one of our favorite places to spend a few days. The park itself is older, owned by the same couple for many years. Some of the pluses are direct access to national forest land for hiking and dog walking, lots of trees, and very clean restrooms. It is a mostly quiet location, with the exception of some noise from Highway 70. Nearby the small town of Blairsden has delicious breakfasts and lunches available from the café, bakery, or deli; drive a bit more to play golf or hike in the Lakes District hiking area with its numerous trails and lakes. The downsides are 3 channel cable TV, the lack of 50 amp hookups, no WiFi, and no Sprint cell phone reception. - From Reno