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21 RV Parks near East Quincy, California
We did however find 21 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 2018 - $38.00
We stayed here last week for the second time in 2 months. We love this park and will gladly stay any time we are in Quincy. The park is very well cared for and the people are wonderful. Because of the very large trees throughout the park, the asphalt is uneven. The shade is worth it. - cindy debard
Jun 2018 - $38.00
This park is a gem. And so are the owners who work constantly to keep the park gorgeous. Navigation into the park is very easy and navigation through the park is very easy. Lanes are wide & paved. Sites are long, wide, paved with picnic table, and large section of grass on both sides between sites. Views are of gorgeous pine covered hills. Utilities w/50 amp placed center & worked well Landscaping is beautiful with very tall pine trees on both sides of every site. No dog park but a lovely city park is right next door. Park has cable and the WIFI is excellent. AT&T Cell service was good and our Verizon Hotspot WIFI worked well. Onsite laundry is very clean. We had no bugs. We cannot wait to return - hopefully later this summer - JanneC
Jun 2018 - $35.00
Not much to say that hasn't been said. Nice park in a nice area. It's well kept and the owner's live on property. Two observations: First, we were delayed arriving by a day. We called ahead and explained, assuming we'd just eat the cost of the first day and stay the remaining six nights. Nope! The owner moved our reservation back a day for us with out us asking. As far as we're concerned, he didn't have to do that since it was our fault. Second, within minutes of a site being vacated, workers were there sweeping, cleaning and tidying things up even if no one took the spot later on that day. On both counts we were impressed. The weekly rate is kind of steep but in this case, the service is worth it. - DanJenNevada
Sep 2016 - $32.00
A clean, quiet and beautiful stay. Cottonwoods shaded our space and provided for a relaxing stay. Also located parallel to Spanish Creek, great for fishing or kicking back with our feet in the water in the sun. A short walk into town proved to be a good way to spend a couple hours visiting stores or getting lunch. The staff was genuine and helpful, also had propane refill services on site! Will be back! - flyfishfly
May 2014 - $32.00
No management on site. Full of rude college students with no supervision. Speeding through the park is a big problem as the roads are dirt. Would never stay there again. - fulltimer52
Sep 2009 - $11.00
We stay here often and have enjoyed the biking opportunities. Has lots of shade in tight spaces. Some of the spaces are easier to back into than others but not always available. Park backs up to bike path to the local Feather River College or into Quincy and fronts on to a creek. Has very rustic setting in the park and close to town (1/2 mile). - zen_letitbe
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 2011 - $22.00
Memorial Day weekend expect to see snow in the campgrounds. My experience the snow has been all melted by end of June to July. La Porte gift shop has friendly owners. Neat little town feel. Whole area very rustic. Great fishing for rainbow trout and German Brown. Great lake for canoeing, party boat, water skiing but no speed boats. Very relaxed environment. Summer temp avg. 85. - deedeea
Jul 2011 - $22.00
This campground is located right next to Running Deer campground. It has 2 group camping spots. Very clean restrooms. No hookups, dry camping only. Very beautiful lake and area located in the Plumas National Forest. Great lake for fishing and recreation but no speed boats. - deedeea
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 2018 - $50.00
The park lies in a ponderosa pine forest. Most of the sites are well shaded as a result. We arrived on a Sunday and stayed for 3 nights. I'd estimate that the park was 80-90% occupied- sort of. More than half of the RVs were not occupied at the time as most must pay a seasonal rate, leave their coach set up and come to the park when they want to get away. The park provides a large unfenced mowed dog area. Leashes required everywhere except in the dog area. The staff is friendly and grounds are very clean. A small store is located at the entrance as is the office. Access to and from the park is very tight. Low fences and gates, 10 foot wide curved drives divided by treed islands make maneuvering interesting. The entrance/exit street just past the office is only wide enough for one rig and is guarded by big pines. That can create a problem if one rig is coming and another going. All the interior streets are fairly narrow one way but paved. Campers are lead to their camp by the staff which is a good thing since finding one's camp site could be confusing. Satellite TV reception not probable in most site for the trees. Satellite dishes other than coach mounted are frowned on. Provided cable TV is adequate. Our site was gravel and fairly level as are most sites. Our site had less shade than most- the late afternoon shade was welcome in 90+ degree weather. We found most sites were spacious but not private. - jilnmike
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