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7 RV Parks near Likely, California
Aug 2013 - $7.00
We had a Golden Age Pass which gave us 50% off the normal price of $14. No reservations, only first come first serve. There are 48 sites, large and well spaced with plenty of shade, leveling was needed. Quiet at night with a millions of stars in the sky. Just a short walk down the hill takes you to the lake for fishing, swimming, boating and hiking. Boat ramp is at Day-Use area located at north end of lake, Tent camping and RVs, Picnic tables, Fire pits, Vault Toilets, and Drinking water. Closest town is Likely, about 15-miles away. There are no E & W & S hookups. Campground Host is available if you need assistance. - zigzag
Jun 2018 - $33.00
We loved this park. The Pros: It is a long way from any population center, but the drive was very nice, the roads good and the park itself is a gem! Our spot looked out on hundreds of acres of undeveloped Western Juniper forest, mountains, and interesting rock formations. The interior roads and parking areas are well graveled and the sites are pretty level. Each site is provided with a larger than most grassy area between the sites. The restrooms and showers were clean. Resort amenities include an 18 hole golf course (including golf carts and a driving range), and a small restaurant that is open for breakfast and lunch. At the restaurant, there is both indoor and outdoor seating. The outdoor seating is on a very nice deck that overlooks the golf course. Other amenities include Bocce Ball, two trails within the park, a small lake and kayaking. Likely at night is one of the darkest places in the US. The 3 days we stayed coincided with the annual Stargazers rally. The stargazers set up in an area just below the RVs and welcomed all of us to come and look through their high quality telescopes to see stars and planets in a view seldom seen anywhere else. Stepping outside of our RV at night was so beautiful with stars brighter than I have seen them in a long time and the milky way clearly visible. Through the telescopes, the views were breathtaking. The Cons: While we loved this park, there are always areas in which a park could improve. Here it was the wi-fi and cable. No cable was provided. Not too surprising so far from population centers, the wi-fi never worked at the campsite, although it sometimes worked at the clubhouse. This was not too much a problem for Verizon cell phone users as they could use their hot-spots from their RVs. Not the Resort's problem, but without wi-fi, we ATT users had no reception any place in the resort and thus could not activate our hotspots. Overall: This was a great RV park and we would love to come back next summer! - Coachella
Oct 2017 - $32.00
I feel a little odd about this review. We have stayed here before and liked it a lot. The scenery is great. The sites are large. It is very quiet. The wildlife is plentiful. However when we arrived on Monday afternoon at about 3 PM there was nobody around. The pro shop and restaurant were closed. The check in is at the night check in station. The WiFi would not support my email, My wife could not get the codes to work on the bathroom or the laundry room and the weather forecast is for lows in the 20s so we could not leave the water hooked up. In essence we paid $32 dollars for a 50 amp service and some nice scenery. That said we would stay here again just not in this kind of weather. - 2WArvers
Oct 2017 - $32.00
What a gem! Big rig friendly spaces. We were just passing through the area, and found campground on RV Park Reviews. Sites were spacious. Had cell service and satellite. 3 OTA channels. Plugged address into gps and drove right to it. Lovely mountain views. They had a telescope in the office that you could borrow to star gaze. We would "likely" stop here again if we were ever in the area. - OnTheRoadLife
Jul 2018 - $30.00
Lovely, quiet, well managed park on the edge of the Modoc National Wildlife Refuge. A doe mule deer was our "gate greeter" and "walked" us to our site the afternoon we checked in. Manager is a charming gentleman who told us of other critters that like to hang out at Sully's (each morning, a flock of turkey vultures perch on trees in the town park across the driveway to dry their wings after splashing in the canal. Sites are level, most with shade, water pressure and electric service were good, so was Verizon cell. There were half a dozen or so OTA channels. We had a lovely time there. - Mom_of_Two
Oct 2017 - $38.00
We called ahead to make sure they had a pull thru for one nite. The owner said she wouldn't be there when we arrived but she would put a cone in a site and save it for us. Couldn't have asked for more. It's on a dead end street so there is no traffic; quiet park. There is a lovely city park across the street with deer roaming around and they even come into the RV park. This park is walking distance to downtown. It was a lovely fall day and the park employees were raking up the leaves (and unfortunately using a noisy leaf blower). We would stay here again. Oh.... and the wi-fi was terrific! - Kirt
Apr 2017 - $30.00
Sites are not level, and the hookups are in need of repair. Half of the sites were filled with permanent residents. We will not stay here again. - Golf Coach
Sep 2011 - $15.00
This is an empty lot in the middle of town with several run down trailers/motor homes. The sites are so narrow that the unit next to mine would very nearly hit my tow vehicle when they open their door. The only 30 amp spot has me partly in the driveway. I was welcomed with the "f" word coming out of one trailer and then another out of the other next to them. Oh joy! I had planned on staying two nights in hopes of getting my oil changed while in Alturas. I will wait and get out of here first thing in the morning and try at my next stop. I frankly do not know what possessed me to stay, except for the reservation I had made and I wished to honor; otherwise I would have driven off and gone back to a park I had seen as I came into town. Unless you are in Alturas to visit someone in the jail--which is across the street; or have business in the courthouse--which is also across the street, do not stay at this place. I have traveled all over California and the southwest and this is the ugliest, saddest "park" I have ever seen. Calling it "High Desert Resort" is a misnomer if there ever was one. I give it a two rather than a one because the "manager" was friendly and helpful. - nanzhere
Oct 2010 - $14.00
The owners are very nice, but the lots are TINY. You can reach and touch your RV and the next over. Monthly rates are cheap enough, but electricity is a bit high. The showers are free. There was/is a man staying here that creeped us out. He tries to walk into the showers while you're in there, ugh. We left in October before the big snows hit. If you're wanting an overnighter, it's OK. But if you plan on staying any longer, don't. - Mr Zorg
Jul 2009 - $14.00
We planned on staying at this campground as it was advertised by Passport America and the reduced price was enticing. In our opinion this should not be listed as a campground. It looks like a very small, run down used car lot and the RVs there were parked so close you could stand between them and touch both at the same time without stretching a bit. There would have been no way to extend our one slide-out. It didn't look like there was any space to park anyway, as there were several RVs already there packed in like sardines and no space at either end of the line of them that we could tell, but a man standing outside tried to wave us in anyway. We just kept driving. We've traveled and camped at a lot of campgrounds over the years and are full-timers, and this was certainly one of the worst we've seen. Unless you really can't live without electric and water for a overnight stay, we'd recommend just boon docking somewhere and if you're staying for a while, we recommend looking elsewhere. - rvlifeisgood
Jan 2010 - $14.00
This park is mainly for monthly. They rent beat up travel trailers. The manager will rip you off. They charged us 325.00 a month, yet the ad in the paper says starting at 200.00. Dogs run loose. People are just a bunch of druggies, and if the manager doesn't like you, you're out! The owner is oblivious to the problems in the park; when we tried to complain he referred us to the manager. There is a pool, but it's empty and broken down. The place is run down, and ready to close. Please do not stay here. Things come up missing in the night. - Mr Zorg
Jun 2016 - $6.00
There are NO stores or services within 14 miles. There are water spigots in the campground but, during our stay, had signs warning not to drink the water due to some contamination issue. The normal rate is $12/night but we used our America the Beautiful pass and paid $6 at the iron ranger.
This is a great place for an overnight if you're on your way north to Klamath Falls or south to Carson City in a motorhome and want a break from the narrow, 2-lane CA Hwy 139. There are 8 well maintained sites, all back-in, that can accommodate motorhomes up to 32 ft. Bigger rigs will probably scrape the roof on the pine branches and find the turn-around at the end a bit tight.
The CG is "first come, first served" but not well known so it's not crowded. After the Hwy 139 traffic abates in the evening, it's so dark and quiet that it can be spooky if you're the only ones there.
Dogs are allowed on a leash and "deposits" must be picked up, a rule that seems to be regularly flouted by all dog owners. - LMandTinView
Jul 2012 - $25.00
Friendly little park, clean and safe feeling. Great Wi-Fi! - longlivethebullies