19 RV Parks near Hidden Valley Lake, California
We did however find 19 campgrounds within 25 miles of Hidden Valley Lake. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Hidden Valley Lake in the left hand column.
May 2009 - $24.00
Great Staff in a very remote and beautiful location. Deer and other wildlife all around you. DO NOT approach from the southern route with a large rig! Come down from the north. Access through St. Helena should only be done in a small rig. I came in with a 41' diesel towing a SUV but it was tough! Not recommended! - David Buchanan
Sep 2008 - $45.00
Very poorly managed and maintained. A really nice park but very run down. The manager lives in a house in the back of the park and cannot see the office from her home. When we arrived we waited with three others for her to "return at 3:00," even though it was 3:30. She finally came over from the house in back around 4:00. She was not very friendly and acted as if we were bothering her. We never found her in the office and had to go to the house in back to try to find her if we needed anything. The sites are large and nice, but ours was full of dog waste and flies. The laundry facilities were not working and we were told by others in the park they hadn't been for a very long time. We had to drive 15 miles to a laundromat. Its a shame because the park has a lot of potential and is great for families. - jimni5er
Aug 2007 - $40.00
We were here with a group in the group area. The campground surroundings are still being upgraded, some with new construction. The mini golf was about 80% completed and there are plans to build a water park behind the hill of the camping area, as the area has been cleared and grubbed for survey staking. What a waste of natural surroundings! This is a large nice campground, but I fear it will be less desirable if they complete the water park, more noise and traffic congestion! Let Clear Lake be the destination and leave this campground as the accommodations. - Coastalview
Sites: 30 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 1 Reviews
Jan 2017 - $30.00
This park is right on Cache Creek with kayaks, a boat launch, decks right on the lake and lots of camping/RV spaces right on the lake. The owners are really friendly folk and the park is very well maintained. One of the family members who owns the park is really into vintage RVs so she has been buying up vintage travel trailers with the vision of converting them to overnight accommodations for those who don't have their own travel trailer. We've stayed in both the vintage travel trailers and, now, our own travel trailer. It's so nice to stay right on the lake and the sites are clean with all the power/water facilities working as they should. You can rent kayaks and rowboats right there if you choose. There is also a little park where you can sit under the trees on a beautiful lawn and watch the wildlife at play (this place is a birder's paradise). For those who wish, there is a swimming pool and their own little store offers ice cream, ice and fishing essentials. We've stayed here several times and always had a great time with first-rate service. - Curbside Car Show Calendar
Jun 2015 - $43.00
Old, rundown and ill maintained RV park. Nearly all of the guests are permanent residents. There was only one other overnighter but many empty spaces. "The" 50 amp plug was not mounted in the breaker box on the pedestal but rather hanging below the box by its wires. Neither of the two pools are usable. The site is grass which is all dead; the picnic tables old and unsightly; and the speed-bumps old sections of pipe. It was quiet, however, even though there are many dogs in the trailer park next door. The Walmart in town is a better choice for a night's stay. - billj15
May 2014 - $43.00
Overpriced at $42.50 per night and not a resort. A few small cabins are permanent residents. Lots of old rigs. Our 50 amp site turned out to be 30 amp. Management tries hard to please the customer, providing escort to big rigs, bringing a personal trash container, and offering every assistance. - goodspinach
Jan 2013 - $32.00
Site was a dirt and grass almost level drive-through with picnic table, BBQ grill, and fire ring. Not all sites had tables or grills. One row had some cement pads for patios. Good cable TV and Wi-Fi. Laundry had 4 washers and 4 dryers. It cost $1.25 for the washer and $1.00 for the dryer. This park has a mini store and pools, but they were closed for the season. It also has a boat gas pump. Resort may be in its name, but it is not. We probably will not stay here again. - Onemoretrail
May 2017 - $25.00
The website for this park is very deceiving. We made reservations last month for May 28 - June 4 but when we arrived we quickly realized that our 35' motorhome was not going to work out here. The camp host came up to our motorhome as we approached the office saying we should probably look for a different park because it was so crowded with tents everywhere that even if we could get into our spot we wouldn't be able to open our slides and there was no room at the site with people spread out into it. So we thanked the camp host and left. It is a very nice park just not accommodating for large motorhomes. - Carl and Ellie
Jun 2012 - $30.00
I have reviewed this park before (a year ago) and what a huge improvement. Stayed here this past weekend for our annual White Water river rafting weekend with a huge group of friends and noticed big changes at this camp site. The previous hosts are gone and have been replaced by a very capable, efficient and friendly couple who are extremely customer service orientated and professional . They are visible all the time, making patrols around the camp site, reprimanding pet owners who do not pick up after their dogs and maintaining order in this beautiful place. The camp site was remarkably tidy and order prevailed this time round (no rowdy campers making noise till the early hours, no cussing , use of illegal drugs etc which occurred a year ago). The county of Yolo has now built a check-in office and a shop where one can get fire wood and ice. This is a nice useful addition to the camp site. There are also plenty of recycle bins. The sites are lovely with green lawns and many trees for shade. The river was especially welcome with temps in the 100's . The river's level was quite a bit higher and this made today's white water rafting even more fun than usual. I have given this camp site a 9 this time around after all the improvements. If it had sites with partial /full hook ups it would score a round 10. Well worth it. - AistreamFlightRN
Jul 2011 - $25.00
Camped here for the first time for 3 nights. It is the closest Camp ground to where the Cache Canyon River Rafting and another white water rafting companies are located. (The purpose of my trip). You basically arrive and drive directly to the camp site that you have booked via Email/ telephone with a women at Yolo County offices.The camp host then comes to sign you in and give you a receipt. There was no one posted at the gate and I get the feeling that many people come for the day and do not pay at all. The camp site itself is located in a beautiful area off Highway 16, just 6 miles west of Rumsey, CA. The Cache Creek casino and resort is not that far away either. The location is gorgeous and the camp site has many nice trees and lots of shade. There are NO hookups at this campsite so dry camping is the order of the day. There are many taps available to fill up your fresh water tanks though and a good dump station nearby (oddly located in the middle of the camp site though). I did not see any showers in the rest rooms and the rest rooms looked like they needed to be cleaned more regularly. I was at the campsite during a very busy summer weekend and the camp site was full so it stands to reason that the rest rooms would get dirty quickly. It also came to my attention that there is only one camp host for this whole camp site (quite a responsibility actually). A sign is posted advertising for another Camp host so this might be you! As for the camp host (and his female significant other), they were pleasant enough on the first day I arrived , however on day two the host's wife/ significant other appeared severely intoxicated while riding along with her man on the golf cart. This is worrisome as camp hosts have the responsibility of ensuring that the camp runs smoothly and maintain order when people get out of line. As as feared, there was very little oversight of the camp site by the camp hosts. Unfortunately the Friday and Saturday nights and afternoons were both marred by noisy, obnoxious camping groups who drank alcohol non stop and smoked pot openly in front of their children. The foul language and cussing was very unpleasant as well, and showed a lack of any culture of these individuals. The river is at the bottom of the camp site and there is a small "beach" however this was pretty full over the weekend. If I camp here again, it will be during the week when the camp site is peaceful or I will book sites that are tucked away from the crowds (sites 38, 40 and 42 are good choices). I give this camp site a 7 because of poor/ no host oversight and host inebriation, dirty restrooms and a dump station in the middle of the camp ground. As far as natural beauty though, it would score a 10. Not that far from the Bay area either and the white water rafting is a great fun activity for the whole family or a group of friends. - AistreamFlightRN
Mar 2018 - $19.00
Price reflects our Passport America membership. Since we were only going to be here four days we elected to take a Standard site, water and 30 amp electric when we made our reservation. They say they have WiFi but although we were able to connect you couldn't get anywhere and could not even check email from site 32. Very poor water pressure. Fair Verizon 4g cell service but during the daytime everything slowed down. We were able to use our onboard DTV satellite dish with no obstructions. Didn't look like anyone had done any mowing or trimming in the park lately. We didn't use the facilities but when I stuck my head in the men's room it was clean though nothing fancy. NOTE: The Berry Street Bridge is closed through July. So if you are coming up Hwy 128 you will have to turn right on Lincoln St., through downtown and then left on Fair Way. There is construction being done on Lincoln as well and it is really tight getting trough there. I will be back up here next week and will take the Silverado Trial though Napa.
If you have a big rig, I recommend you come up the Silverado Trail out of Napa until the construction is completed in July. - StarlifterFE
Nov 2017 - $52.00
This park is at the fairgrounds. I rented a Premium site (50 amp, pull through) for our 40 foot motorhome. It is mostly a parking lot, but it is a OK place to stay. There was some shade, it was quiet, and close to town. I would definitely stay here again when I am in the area. - Old Traveler-66
Apr 2017 - $25.00
As others say, it's really just a parking lot which charges a lot of money for what you get. With Passport America 50% discount, it's more reasonable value. Pros: right in town, easy biking to town places and some nearby wineries. Cons: just a parking lot. - Two Travellers
Sep 2017 - $30.00
Nice clean little family run park. Very friendly staff. Cash only $30 for lake front site full hookups, WiFi, & cable tv! Can't beat the view either. Some full time residents but clean sites and quite. Would definitely return. - Charlie M.
May 2017 - $30.00
Interesting place but we liked it...we stayed twice May 5th and May May 12 & 13. Very welcoming people. Not many open RV spaces as most are year round, permanent. Only 3 or 4 spaces can accommodate 40ft plus. First time we arrived there were only 2 spaces left. One of them was not good as there were low power lines and we could not put up our Directv antenna. So it was one spot, next to boat launching ramp. Second time, we made reservation and other spaces were open but we took the same space because we liked being able to see the Lake all the time. Only 30 amp service. Has a recreation room but never used and kind of musty. The owners home is on property and he is an easy going guy...everything is ok with them. No credit cards accepted here, just cash and check. We will be back again. BE AWARE, there are no pull thru sites and if you come here and change your mind....there is no where to turn around with a motorhome/toad, you have to disconnect. All sites are back in and either face the Lake or the Lakes channel. - Victoria Grace
Mar 2016 - $30.00
Island RV Park is located right on the shore of Clear Lake.
The park is most full of long term residents.
There are a few spots for those that drop in. We arrived without reservations for a one night stay and they had one open site.
The sites are narrow. Our 40 foot three slide RV had about two to three feet between our slides and our neighbors slides on both sides.
OK for the money in a scenic area, but we will look elsewhere in the future. - Navy RV Traveler
Mar 2018 - $35.00
We camped here in our 29ft Motorhome. This is a beautiful park with lots of lush trees and bushes. Many of the camping spots are very private. No hook ups or water and generator hours are a little late in the morning for me (10am-8pm)! There is A LOT of poison oak so don't wander off the road or away from the camp. The sites on the right side of the back loop are not very level compared to the rest of the loop. There is no wifi or AT&T cell service. They said Verzion works well but we were on At&t and it was spotty at best by the host camp bathrooms. The camp host was very nice and friendly. She told us about the Calistoga shuttle that we could use for only $1.00 per ride. It picks you up at the visitor center and will take you up and around the Calistoga area. Make sure to call ahead as it took on average 30-40 min for them to arrive but it was a great way to go! They were in the middle of a bathroom remodel and pouring new concrete for the back bathrooms when we were there. Great place to camp when visiting Napa, will be back again. - RVingChick
May 2017 - $33.00
Site 19, $33 no hookups. This is a State Park at the north end of the Napa Wine Trail. It is an older campground that the State wanted to close. The park has been managed since 2012 by Napa County Regional Park and Open Space District in partnership with the non-profit Napa Valley State Parks Association. They are trying to keep the park open with volunteers, a small staff, strong community support and the fees from dayuse and camping. Very nice staff. It is the only public campground in the Napa Valley region. The campground is small with lots of trees, two bathhouses with showers (fee), Visitor Center, public pool and trails. One trail heads over to the Bale Grist Mill State Historic Park. Our site was private. This is not a campground for a huge RV especially since there is just a narrow road in. A quiet campground and peaceful right on the Napa Wine Trail. I would return if in the area again. - gsnakehill
Aug 2015 - $30.00
This park is great for access to to Wineries, Wineries and more wineries. There are nice restaurants near by, too. Make sure you have Dish if you park in the back row. Direct TV won't work. If you have a Marine toilet be prepared to use your own water pump as the parks water pressure is low. Call early because the 50 amp sites with shade go fast. - TWI
Jul 2017 - $43.00
The only reason we chose this park was its location just outside of Healdsburg, as we were there for wine tasting. The site we were originally booked in was a pull-through with no shade. Since it was over 100 degrees when we arrived, the office offered us a choice of back-in sites that were shaded, which we appreciated. We would stay here again, but only for the location. - Team Janne
Apr 2017 - $25.00
Has the potential to be a great, smaller park--lovely setting along the Healdsburg River with lots of mature trees. Very close to many excellent wineries. Helpful, mostly friendly staff. No full hookup sites, although there IS a dump station. A huge negative for us were the BURRS! Look carefully at the map before reserving a site--those in the west half of park are on lovely grass. Sites on the east side are all covered in burrs, many kinds, and all painful for people and pets. So bad in fact that I routinely carried our two dogs to/from vehicle to pavement for walks. Extensive burrs in large tent camping area also, and on path to river. Re site selection, the south side of park bordered by busy road leading to Graton Rancheria, a popular Indian casino. - Annie D
Sep 2016 - $25.00
We don't use the bathroom/shower facilities so they're not an issue. Passport America discount makes this a real value when visiting our favorite wineries in the Alexander Valley, Dry Creek appellation's. Sites are paved, level and spaced reasonably. The only downside is at this time of year (grape harvest) traffic noise starts at around 4AM. - WGustaf
Sep 2016 - $49.00
This was to have been a nice relaxing stay of 11 nights,in a lake view site, booked well in advance. After a very twisty drive from the I5, we arrive to a campsite that is old and tired, not a resort! Sites are all dirt, not level and very dusty, no grass as shown on the website photos. The photos must be from years ago. It would have been a huge challenge to maneuver our 35' RV into the site we reserved, leaving little to no room for our 3 slides, there were no other sites that we would have remotely reconsidered. We had to forfeit our deposit of $270.00 USD ($353.00 CDN) as the owner was not prepared to refund any part of our deposit! Overall the park was a huge disappointment and dealing with the management was even worse! Some attempt to negotiate a partial refund would have gone a long way toward not sending in this review! We would never recommend this park. - Mr and Mrs P
Sep 2015 - $40.00
Very tight for big RVs, I had a 40 ft not much room between rigs. All sights were dirt, and hard to level.
Dog were welcome but $5. a night and not place for dogs to run that were fenced. This area has had many fires. Sign coming in said no open fires allowed but at night every one had open fires very scary. Very noisy up tell about 2 am. Since we were with a group of RVs had a good time, but won't go back. My wife and I are older, this might be great for the young family's. - Crbus
Sep 2015 - $47.00
Older park that has it all, but it's dated. Sites are tight, close, and not too level. Staff was very nice. Need to drive through the park to check in, then back up the hill to a tight sight. Power was good, wifi was crowded (slow), garbage overflowed by Sunday morning. Staff does NOT enforce the rules, Party's & fires go on all night. Too hard to get here, too dirty & noisy, we won't come back. 40' Bus. - Tredguy
Jun 2004 - $25.00
Good park at north end of the lake. There is a boat ramp and area to leave boats tied along shoreline. There is a marina, restaurant and bar also at the resort. Swimming was available down from the sites and we took our boat out across the lake to a better beach. Lake is beautiful and warm in the summer months. We are planning a trip back in the fall. - kazmir