17 Parks near Lathrop, California
Nov 2013 - $15.00
This is a military only Famcamp located on the Defense Logistics Depot. The phone number is for the base police. There is no phone number for the campground as there is no campground manager and no reservations are accepted. The base police were extremely helpful to us over the phone and can tell you if there are RV spaces available or not. At $15 a night it is a great bargain for full hookups on grassy sites. There is an "iron ranger" since there is no park manager. There are tons of trains all around the area so if train noise is a problem for you maybe you should skip this place. We found the train noise at night to be minimal and acceptable. We were told by the base police and several base employees that the RV park may be closing in September 2014, so call before you go. We would definitely stay here again. - Don Geidel
Mar 2016 - $25.00
This pretty county park is a favorite stop of ours. It is easy access from the interstate but is far enough that there is no traffic noise. There is lots of grass and beautiful shade trees. There are 25 spots with a couple of larger pull thrus. The bathroom situation is the biggest negative to the campground. The toilets as of this date are out of service. The shower is disgusting and we will not use them. There are supposed to be camp hosts on duty, but we have not seen anyone.
The sites are spacious and spaced for privacy. There are a multitude of birds. With a little work on the bathrooms, this would be a real gem. - johnanann
Feb 2016 - $25.00
We have stayed at this park many times on our travels up and down Hwy 99. The lady who ran it (Liz) retired. The hew hosts are nice enough but they have 2 German Shepherd dogs that bark incessantly whenever you get remotely close to their residence. We are early risers and walk and the dogs put up a terrible racket for the other campers who choose to sleep in. - JOE & DEE DEE
Sep 2015 - $26.00
For one night, it was not bad. The park is small but can accommodate big rigs, there are a few pull-throughs. Easy access from the Interstate. As we drove around there appeared to be several reserved but on closer inspection, these were for the previous days. It was very quiet. The host lives in a home at the park. Seemed like there were a lot of flies. - billandmemakes3
Aug 2016 - $46.00
We stopped overnight, not using the amenities such as the lake.
Sites are first come first serve, we arrived late afternoon on a weekend and were stuck with a spot with no shade and lots of army ants, but at least we had a site with electrical.
Staff was not helpful when MapQuest left us stranded. - jkr
Jul 2016 - $1.00
Enjoyed this park again, we have stayed here before and glad to see it kept up, to many parks seem to be going downhill these days. Congratulations to the management team.
Large spots plenty of shade good power and clean water! - Ray O
Feb 2016 - $1.00
This is a very small campground with very few full hookups. Mostly water and electricity. Alot of space for dry camping.
To overrun with residents taking most of the full hookup sites.
You can only stay the 14 days max which is kinda sad with so many permanent residents. - sweetruby
Jun 2007 - $21.00
Where to began? We pulled in this park dubious about all the trash, old trailers, and general skid row look to the place. We were shown our site on the water and decided to try to make the best of it. While hooking up we kept getting whiffs of a funky smell and assumed it was coming from the uncapped sewer hookup. After hooking sewer up and still getting a smell we called the camp host over to have a look/sniff. Well he ran some water down the line but afterwards told us the smell was most likely from when the wind blew the wrong way from the cesspool 100 yards farther down the road. Do I have to go on? We tried to ignore it and hoped it would be only momentary, but during the night we (my wife and I) were both woken by a horrible overwhelming methane odor. We hauled out the next morning after paying 1 week in advance. The camp host said "NO" to our refund request. We wouldn't camp even near here again. - Randx
Sep 2016 - $44.00
Very well kept park adjacent to golf course. Ample space, large pull-thrus with grass median between. Pub/sports bar on grounds with weekend entertainment. Onsite store. Good cell & wifi reception (no free wifi). - mtnflyer
Jun 2016 - $40.00
When we arrived they said they had spaces available. Fine, paid the money and drove a fair distance from the office to find the spot they assigned to us already had someone in it. So we drove back to the office and when we got there they said pick a spot then call to tell them where we were. And like many others the rocks are a pain. In our case we have a super slide that makes it hard to park and still have our entry stairs in the cement pad.
The pull-throughs are fine if you have no slide out. Concrete pads could have been a tad wider. They had a lot of grass in the camping areas, but they do not seem to water it. So the are lots of burs that come in on your shoes and your pets. As for Wi-Fi, it is never available. I guess that keeps there costs down. I went to their two hot spots with the same results....nothing. And the TV is awful, will never return again. They are not worth the price... - MrFast
Apr 2016 - $41.00
Park looks nice (lots of green). I requested a pull through. If you have a trailer probably OK, motorhomes with a toad, be prepared to extend connections, as hookups are in rear of site. Some sites are easy to get in and out of others are very difficult due to narrow roads and rocks placed on the corners of each site. Had to unhook toad and improvise to get out of my site (not fun). My site was not big rig friendly. - Marv
Apr 2015 - $38.00
This is not a RV campground. It is more of a permanent park that accommodates RVers. Not impressive at all. If going through the area and needed a one night stay I probably would do it again. - Pops42
Jan 2014 - $38.00
We needed to be in the area about 6 months. We were not eligible for monthly rate as they wanted a 1 year lease in an RV park! So we ended up paying $165 a week plus electricity. Wi-Fi did not work in the back of the park even though we were paying a premium price. Management is very accommodating. - J59T
Apr 2015 - $30.00
This is a great campground at the right time of year if your rig is small. Many sites along the Stanislaus River in riparian forest. Trailer size limit is 21 ft. and motorhome limit is 24 ft. Lots of mature trees to provide shade but the area gets very hot in the summer. Pads are asphalt. - oldmac
Jun 2016 - $52.00
We were in a 35 ft fifth wheel and backed in right to the Stockton deep water channel. Interesting place to stay if you like bass boats, sail boats, PWC, and cruisers, they all came by. Some folks were fishing, and there was a good club house. All the facilities were good, including WiFi, no cable or sewer hook ups, but good dump facilities on way out or in. Space a little tight and on gravel, place very secure with locked gate, nice parks. Very good stay, although a little pricey. I would stay again. - jimNann
Mar 2016 - $50.00
With few choices that appealed to us in the Stockton area, I based our selection on the experiences of other rv'ers. WOW! We drove through the beautiful neighborhoods of N. Stockton and arrived at our gated RV park. Being fall, there were not many campers at the park. We were greeted by the friendly young woman at the check-in desk. Since we were only staying one night en route to our destination, she moved us to a more convenient and accessible site near the front gate (#15). Being novice rv'ers, I asked the young man, who worked at the park, if he could assist us in backing in to our site. Well, he went beyond the call and actually parked our rig for us. Talk about a low-stress arrival! Our site was wonderful with so many interesting things to view: fishermen, a giant freighter, sailboats, jumping fish, amazing sunset, early-morning fog, changing fall colors in the trees, etc. The restrooms at RiverPoint Landing are clean and well-maintained. There is a nice patio outside with tables and a book exchange area in the common room. On the other side of the park, you find the boats....all snug in their slips. There is plenty to see walking around this park and marina. We will definitely stay here again if the opportunity presents itself. Be aware that there are no restaurants within walking distance of the RV park. But to be honest, who would want to leave their trailer and the beautiful view? BBQ "at home" and sit back and relax! - ibfrog
May 2015 - $37.00
Reasonably clean RV park with waterfront sites along the river. Some sites with nice shade trees, others without. The reasons we downgraded the park are: No sewer hook-ups, no cable, no pool and all of the 50 amp sites were in locations without shade trees; so you get 50 amp service or shade, not both. Our satellite antenna worked fine outside the front of our RV site. The sites are wide enough for both your rig and your tow vehicle, side by side. The wooden tables in each site are in poor condition and need some repair, at least a good scrubbing and a coat of paint. The honey wagon man comes on Thursdays only ($15.00), so plan accordingly if you stay for a while. The good news is, he pumps the RVs first starting around 9 AM, so you can get the service done and have the rest of the day to plan your activities. We rented a covered slip to keep our boat in, which was a very short walk from our RV site which was very nice. There is a large open field next to the RV sites to park your boat trailer, which is free. The boat launch is right next door to the RV park and costs $9.25 with the senior discount. We enjoyed our stay and plan on returning, but we understand that this is a popular weekend destination and if you plan to stay over a weekend, reservations might be difficult to obtain. - Skishell
Sep 2013 - $40.00
We first drove in the campground and wanted to leave cause at first glance it was a bit rough. We found our sight, b40 and it backed up to a large grass area with large shade trees and the Delta was right there. It was beautiful! We had a great area to have a BBQ and campfire, to our family it was perfect. The beach area was nice although the first day there were so many jet skis the noise was horrible. There were 10 in our little area at one time. Just seemed like a lot. I was worried about the night and if the area would get a bit wild but it was fine. We enjoyed our BBQ and campfire and then slept fine. As long as we got the same area of the campground we would stay again. - missymiss
Jul 2007 - $25.00
This place was a dump. Septic backed up and there was a stench. No one was cleaning the restrooms or bathrooms. Plus the place is up for sale so it seems no one cares. We stayed the next night at Tiki Lagun, down the road and found it to be 10x cleaner and much more friendly staff. - traveller57
Jun 2006 - $25.00
This is the single worst campground we have stayed at to date. The campsites are in the middle of an oval of permanent residents. It is dirty and way off of the beaten path. It took us 30 minutes to get to the place off of the 5 freeway. The managers were watering down the dirt sites, and sprayed our clean truck and trailer with dirt and mud. The pictures in the website do not tell a true story. The river is right next to the campground, but it is brown. - smeede
Sep 2015 - $20.00
This park has 8 RV sites with 50 amp, water, and a dump station. Easy access for big rigs. We parked our 40 foot fifth wheel here and had no problems, but we arrived early in the day before the parking lot filled up. Sites are paved, but some sites are sloped moderately. Great shopping in area. Would stay again. - richdoreen