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2 RV Parks near Maxwell, California
We did however find 2 campgrounds within 25 miles of Maxwell. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Maxwell in the left hand column.
Sep 2016 - $33.00
We stayed overnight, passing thru, 40" MH with tow car. Pull thru longer than our total rig. All roads/sites paved, so no dust. Grass in most of the unpaved areas. It's a mobile home park with rv sites, pull thru's narrow but adequate. Although we arrived after 6, attendant very accommodating, pleasant. Word of caution, the entrance is immediately the left after you turn onto 12th, if you miss it you will have to go around the block. I would certainly stay here again. Good overnight park. - serengeti
Jun 2016 - $33.00
Nice place to stay. Off the freeway and quiet. More permanent homes in the park. Space sufficient for our rig. - DRBurns
Jul 2015 - $31.00
Run down, old park. Mostly permanent tenants. Pull-through very good. Showers and toilets seemed clean, but hard to tell what with the excessive corrosion and decay. No frills, no extras. Marginally good for a single night's stay. No credit cards accepted. Friendly and helpful office staff. Wi-Fi didn't work, and outside tech service may have resolved it, but I was unwilling to wait on hold for more than 20 min. - LeeCA
Dec 2016 - $45.00
This is a former State Park that was taken over by the city of Colusa when it was to be closed by the State a few years ago. Thanks to the city it was saved. We gave it a positive review when we stayed here a few years ago. Some things have changed and not for the positive. One glaring change is the cost to stay. Because of the weather, we chose an electric site rather than dry camping. By chance we chose a site with 50 amps. I was shocked when I went up to pay and saw that the rate was $45 for a 50 amp electric and water-no sewer! That is ridiculous! We had planned on staying four nights, but just stayed two to visit the wildlife refuges in the area. The park is also clearly deteriorating. The camp host was very friendly, but his site, which is the first thing you see when you enter the park, is totally trashed. Also, there is some type of very long-term setup in the dry camping area of the park that is also very trashy. There were lots of feral cats and free-range dogs around. Unfortunately, it no longer had that nice friendly and safe feel to it. For the electric sites, about the longest rig that could get in would be 28 feet. Our Verizon voice and data worked well. We had to use our small portable dish for satellite because of the tree cover. Because of the cost and the feel, we would likely not stay here again. - TheJim
Sep 2016 - $38.00
This park is perfect for a quick trip. Small quiet, attentive camp host, dog friendly. Walked to town, had dinner at restaurant that camp host recommended-great! Shady walk to the river with the dogs. Well kept levees to walk or bike on used by joggers and walkers for the lovely river views. Camp host told us about a wildlife refuge close by worth visiting but we didn't have time. A few leaves in the shower but otherwise clean. - Porchlight
Mar 2015 - $25.00
Cute, quaint, quiet, clean, small park. Only about 15 numbered spots, then a parking lot for another 15 or so rigs. Spots are spacious with nice room in between, lots of grass, nice cement table/benches but no fire ring. No big rigs in numbered spots, maybe in parking lot. No hookups, but running water available. Simple potties, no toilet seats, but clean. Great place to pedal around on your bike. Lots of dog walking occurs around park. - Duran