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3 RV Parks near Maricopa, California
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Maricopa. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Maricopa in the left hand column.
Feb 2018 - $24.00
We stayed Friday through Tuesday over Presidents day weekend. It was quiet when we arrived early afternoon, but filled up rapidly. It was a bit noisy with kids running around and lots of groups in their campsites and around campfires. By Sunday afternoon though it quieted down a lot and by Monday evening it was dead quiet. This will never be a destination stop for us, but if we need a stop while traveling through, we would definitely stay here again, especially mid week. - jas18
Dec 2017 - $23.00
This is a quiet place for a night or two in the off-season. There are no-hookup and also full-hookup sites arranged in a semicircle around a reservoir filled with ducks. The sites are gravel curved pull-throughs, though a bit short, but I had no problems getting my 32' motorhome in. As others have said, there is hardly anyone here during the late fall and winter, and the price is a really good deal for this area. The only problem I had was very weak Verizon data service. The ladies at the check-in booth were very helpful and suggested sites, though I could have gone back and selected another if not satisfied with the one I picked. Got satellite signal, which was good, but wish there had been better Verizon service. - judy_online
Feb 2017 - $22.00
Wonderful find, close enough to I-5 to be convenient for over night stop, but enough to be very quiet (3-4 miles). Off season and only about 6 other campers. Rate includes $2 senior discount - great price for full hookups. County park so no WiFi or cable. Fun to watch the raccoons but be careful about food outside. Because of the rain, the grass was green. Sites are the semicircle style pull through which was fine for our 35' motor home and toad (didn't unhook), but would take careful selection for a 40' unit. Understand summer weekends are a madhouse and very noisy, with lots of jet skiis and 20 - 30 to a campsite not uncommon. Would definitely come here again in off season or maybe midweek in summer. - BandD
Jun 2013 - $20.00
This is a basic forest service campground. There are lots of well shaded, roomy, clean spaces. The bathrooms are pit toilets, but are extremely clean. There are lots of trails leading out of the campground with fabulous views across the mountains. Each space has a nice, fairly flat, paved parking pad. They also have a good, concrete picnic bench and a solid fire pit. The campground is mostly set up for tents, so there is at least one flat area at each site. Small motor homes and trailers are welcome. I'm not sure of the maximum length, but I would be leery of anything over 35ft. Generator hours generously start at 6am and go to 10pm. One thing though, you REALLY have to want to be here. It's about 15 miles off of I-5 at the top of "The Grapevine" in Frazier Park. But it's well worth the drive. It's beautiful, clean and quiet, and very friendly. - roadie gal
Dec 2018 - $27.00
Great price for your basic no-frills camp. Easy access (no signs, use GPS) and friendly afternoon manager. Rest rooms were being worked on, and rates are due to rise $2 very soon. Still a bargain. Propane sales down the road ~3 miles at Mobil. - Bill Kelly
Aug 2018 - $27.00
We've stayed here before and exactly under the same conditions - it's a great way-station on your way to or from someplace. For us, it's the first or last night to where our RV is parked and between Southern and Northern California. Now, nobody is ever there at the office - you basically just fill out a form, drop a check in the envelope and pick a pull through spot in a designated area, and you're good to go. The rate hasn't changed since we were here last - $27 - so you can't beat that. But be warned - you aren't really near anyplace and you just will be hunkering down for the night. It's a bit closer to the 99 than to the I-5, but sortof in the middle of them, so again . . . it's just a way-station. And the overnight area has little shade, so expect to run the A/C during the very hot summer weather (it was 105 when we were there . . . but a dry heat!) However, the sites are level, there's 50-amp, no cable TV, and the wi-fi wasn't great. We got a few stations on the antenna to check local news and weather, and used our AT&T hotspot, so it was fine for us. The next morning, we were on our way. Appears to be a lot of full-timers, probably working in the oil industry which is fairly close, or in agriculture, also a staple in the area. - Ellistea
Apr 2018 - $27.00
Excellent place to pull over for 1 night. The park is easy to get to and navigating the park is also easy. It's a "basic" park with no extras (e.g., pool, etc), but you're only paying $27. It was quiet and clean, and we felt safe. Large, level RV sites. No shade. - Bruce of Port Ludlow