4 RV Parks near McArthur, California
May 2017 - $38.00
What a great park! It is a mile and a half from the highway, then a quarter mile from the country road (which sees maybe two pickup trucks an hour). Of all the places I have been in my life, it is perhaps the quietest. No human noise for most of the day. No cars, no chainsaws, no heavy equipment a mile away. This is located in a very dark area for seeing the night stars. The sites range from good sized to enormous. Ours was a pull through, at least 200 feet long! The people who developed the park left plenty of the small oak trees maybe 15 feet high, so there is some shade and a feeling of privacy, which was enhanced because before Memorial Day there were only 9 RVs there. Even if you are in a smaller site, I think you will have no trouble maneuvering a big rig, because of the way sites are situated. The pool was not full when we stayed, but I expect it will be soon. I didn't check out the bathrooms, but the building looked very well maintained and a peek into the laundry showed it looked clean and inviting with two washers and two dryers. This is a great place if you want some peace and quiet! - Bill from Seattle
Nov 2016 - $32.00
The worst thing about the park was that I could only stay one night. It's in a great location, with huge sites and excellent restroom/shower/etc facilities. Wifi didn't reach my site, but I got strong reception for both AT&T and Verizon.
The owner went above and beyond with emailed directions as the park was officially closed -- mid November. I found that Google maps gave me good directions, too. When I arrived he led me to a great site with full hookups. Good followup after my stay, too. - Doncooke
Oct 2016 - $32.00
My husband and I had a wonderful stay at the Lassen RV Resort during the first week of October, 2016. The sites were huge (especially the pull-through ones) and, with only 6 of the 44 sites being occupied due to it being off-season, it felt like we practically had the park to ourselves. The park is not on a main road, so it was very quiet and the stargazing at night was amazing. The owner is a personable and fantastic host. He escorted us to our site to make sure it was to our liking, and stayed to ensure hookups were uneventful before leaving us to settle in.
The only drawback to this place is there is no Wifi except at the pool (which was closed for the season) and office. Cell signal was spotty at best - I had zero Sprint service, and my husband's T-Mobile was intermittent and weak.
However, if you are looking to disconnect and relax, then this is the place for you. We will certainly be back. - Spun69
Sep 2016 - $25.00
Nice quiet family Mobile home Park with about 10 RV spaces. Tenants friendly, manager keeps the park neat and clean, lots of trees and lawns, lots of free apples from the trees. It is next to the Inter-Mountain Fairgrounds, which has seasonal activities. Lots of great Fishing close by. Also great duck and goose hunting close by. Big lake is a few miles from the park, it is a fairly large rarely used lake, large trout, spring fed. - Firecaptain9
Jun 2015 - $31.00
Small park, mostly full-timers and rigs used as "cabins". Only three overnighter spots when we were there. Very quiet park & residents except for one truck starting up in morning. Concrete patio with picnic table. No campfires. No WiFi or cell service. - PasoTravelSmiths
May 2015 - $27.00
Level, back-in site, gravel and ours had a concrete pad with picnic table and shade. WiFi worked great. No antenna TV reception or cable, most folks had satellite. 30-amp electric, water and sewer. Quite a few full time residents, no problems and quiet at night. Restroom and shower were old, but worked fine and were clean. Only a mile away from McArthur-Burney Falls State Park. Owners are friendly. Good location and value for the price. - zigzag
Nov 2014 - $25.00
I love parks in the mountains/forest and this was all that. Our "backyard" was miles of forest. WiFi worked fine for us, no TV but very clear view for satellite dish, very friendly. My RV combination is 55 ft long and we fit in a back-in site. I would stay here for a week or two for sure...quiet and peaceful. When coming from Shasta don't take the first Clark Creek road, take the second one. - forreal
Sep 2016 - $30.00
$30.00 is steep for a plain jane no hookup site. That's the tenting rate too. Campground is spacious with lots of tall pines for shade and shelter. Park has a lake and beach with boat rentals and fishing. Burney Falls were spectacular. Sites were level asphalt with fire ring and picnic tables. Numerous community water spigots. Lots of cabins and people who mostly were quiet during quiet time. Firewood was honor system $5.00 per bundle. Didn't use the park store. The visitor center was open (11-3) and had Wi-Fi while open. No cell signal. Drive 10 miles to Burney for cell and Safeway. Flush toilet restrooms with pay showers. Generators OK 9A-8P. The Staff was professional, efficient and friendly. - Norrin Radd
Jun 2015 - $33.00
Campground is spacious. We thought it might be noisy as some sites had large families, but they were all very quiet. There is an $8 transaction fee. Park has a lake and beach and we didn't use it but will next time. The falls are spectacular. Our site was level. All sites had picnic table and fire ring. Lots of cabins. The store was nice. The visitor center was open limited hours (11-3) and had Wi-Fi while open. No cell signal. We drove to Burney for Verizon 4G, 10 miles, where we also found Safeway. Trails are limited due to park size but we enjoyed them. - bdornbush
Jun 2015 - $41.00
Nice, well kept park with lots of shade but no hookups. - Go often