2 Parks near Hat Creek, California
Jul 2015 - $35.00
Price quoted for full hookup site. Have been camping here for decades and are never disappointed. Quiet, some minor highway noise during the day, but not at night. Roads in/out & thru the campground are dirt, but during summer they have a water truck that sprays them down. Sites range from dirt tent sites to full hookup grass sites. Most sites are back in, but we've never had a problem backing into any site. Sites are always cleaned for new arrivals. The main bathhouse consists of toilets to the right and a row of showers with curtains to the left, all kept very clean. There is another bathroom (toilets only) towards the back of the campground, also kept very clean. Camp store well stocked. Pond for fishing (fee) and roped off swimming area. Grass area for kids to play, large gazebo with ping pong table, and a horseshoe pit. Free Wifi (Tengonet) and we've never had a problem connecting, even from the rear of the park.
The only 'downsides' are no cable (your satellite will work in most sites) and virtually NO cell service (pay phone available, but you must have a long distance card).
Highly recommend for a family friendly, quiet, rustic 'getaway' from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. - QueenofQuitealot
Sep 2013 - $30.00
Site was dirt and needed some leveling. Picnic table, some shade, fire pits. No TV, Wi-Fi was not working. Restrooms & showers were old and needed upgrading. Quiet at night. Working cattle ranch around RV Park. Hat Creek Radio Observatory on Doty Road is open to visitors 9 to 3 Mon - Fri, self-guided tour is informative. - zigzag
Aug 2013 - $35.00
This park is next to Hat Creek with some excellent fishing. Clean showers and restrooms. Also, Burney Falls is a beautiful place to visit 15 miles north on highway 89. Many lava tubes with in 10 miles. There is a general store on site where you can purchase a fishing license bait and tackle. Also a small lake with swimming and fishing on site. Great place to camp with a friendly staff. - User3185
Jul 2015 - $38.00
This was a really nice place to stop for the night, and we appreciated the little dining room in the reservation office, along with the supply store. The site we had was very long, nice and level, and no one was placed behind us, which could have been the case. There were trees and water near by, and it was very relaxing. No road noise. We would certainly come here again on our way back to NV. - deee2
Sep 2014 - $35.00
For a remote location this is a pretty good park. The year 2014 has been a drought season for this area of California along with wildfires. The owners have done a good job maintaining and operating the park under these harsh conditions. - Altoflyfisher
Aug 2014 - $37.00
Nice park in the remote Mt Shasta area. Lots of trees and sites around the small lake/pond. Showers were huge rooms! Clean. Thankfully a wild fire that hit this summer (came as close as 2 miles) spared this park. Thank you, firefighters! Would stay here again. - Wyboo