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22 RV Parks near Foresthill, California
We did however find 22 campgrounds within 25 miles of Foresthill. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Foresthill in the left hand column.
May 2018 - $70.00
The campground is lovely - lots of trees and shade. However, the campground is located right next to the freeway (less than 200 feet away) and you are constantly assaulted by nonstop road noise. The campground does have many amenities such as a pool, pond for fishing, picnic areas and a nice store. If not for the road mouse, we would rate this as an 8. - prmin
May 2018 - $70.00
For $70 for a full hookup for one night! It's a bit excessive. Unfortunately, in this neck of the woods it's the only game in town. The roads are winding and narrow, the site was just long enough for the trailer. We had to park our truck perpendicular to the trailer to stay part way out of the road. This morning we will have to ask our neighbor to move his truck so we can get out and on the road. Site was not equipped to have a truck parked with the RV. I am handicapped and cannot walk very far. I suppose it's OK for one night except for the price. However, in my opinion all KOA's are way overpriced. - USTravelers
Jul 2017 - $59.00
We stay here whenever we visit our kids in Folsom. It is 12 miles away, but it is about the only game in town except for Folsom Lake campground. First, the good: it is a KOA, so the staff is professional, friendly, and very well organized. Service was excellent, as we have come to expect at KOA facilities. The pool was lovely, but crowded on the weekend. It looked clean. And, they recycle! This is very rare in campgrounds, strangely. There was a trash can and a recycle bin right by our campsite. Now, the bad: The park is going for a "rustic" look, and, it is a desert, so everything was crisp, dry, and brown. Roads are narrow and twisty. Also, no one guides you to your site, which is unusual in a KOA. They give you a decent map and show you where to go, but the campsite numbers are stenciled onto the electric boxes in small, faded numbers, so you have to get out of your rig to go see them. Our site was way off level. (#64). One wheel was off the ground. There is very limited car parking. We were just able to squeeze our Jeep in between a large tree and our sewer. Our electric box was broken and my husband cut himself badly on it when the lid fell on his arm. Also, the 50-amp plug in ours was cracked and broken. It worked but it didn't look safe. We will return, but we wish there were more alternatives in the area. - SusanRon
Jul 2018 - $37.00
We stayed here with a group. The campground was busy with many atv campers. There are trails that lead to several pretty lakes. The trails are busy on the weekends so be prepared and cautious. Overall a very pretty place. - longlivethebullies
Sep 2017 - $38.00
We stayed during the week, so it was quiet. Just off I-80 and convenient for one night. Weekends might be noisy as this apparently is an OTR park. Roads are gravel, sites are dirt; and sometimes not very well defined. Fire rings do not come with the site, but can be rented for $8 for the entire length of your stay.The staff we came in contact with were very, very nice. - hartk
Mar 2017 - $42.00
This is a very quiet park even though it is close to I-80. We travel with pets and always leave campgrounds cleaner than when we get there, so it was frustrating to be charged $2 per night per pet. It is a good place for those with OTVs. We stayed during the week, so it was quiet. Weekends might be a little hectic. - Camping Granny