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21 RV Parks near Quincy, California
Jun 2012 - $35.00
What a little gem of a park. We were here in big rigs (40 and 43) but got by fine on 30 amps in back-in sites. It's well maintained with immaculate restrooms and laundry and a soothing lawn. We checked other Lake Almanor locations, and this was the best. We had planned for 7 days and stayed 12. There is a train track nearby, but after the fist day it became a point of interest rather than a nuisance. The seasonal guests were very friendly and welcoming. And you can't beat the owner for energy, helpfulness, enthusiasm and personality. We'd certainly come back: just to see him. Big rig sites are few so call ahead. AT&T cell service worked but Verizon was spotty. - JK Travels
May 2018 - $45.00
We enjoyed our stay. The owners were very friendly and helpful. The site was quiet and away from the road. We would surely return. - matt666
Oct 2015 - $46.00
We stayed here for 6 days. The park managers were very friendly and work with campers to make their stay the best experience possible. We arrived in the area a day earlier than expected and were able stay in a vacant site for the night. We liked the park, people and town so much we were able to stay in our space for an extra night.
The restrooms and showers are spotless, sites are cleaned as soon as the occupant leaves and . The grounds are well maintained and the whole park reflects pride of ownership and the attitude of the staff. Walking distance to town on a walking trail. Sites vary in size to accommodate small units to large class A RVs. We had no trouble with our 38 ft. 5th wheel. Will return. - JohnG3
Jul 2015 - $42.00
Stayed in early July. This is an amazing RV park. It is very close to town so walking to restaurants and shopping was easy. The park is very pet friendly (no charge). There are hiking and biking trails next to the park . The staff was very friendly and informative about the area and helpful in locating our trailer on the lot. There are lots of trees and the sites are very big. The bathrooms are amazing and had fresh flowers. Golf is close by and the park is very quiet. We will stay here again and again. - Mark R
Sites: 9 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 2 Reviews
May 2011 - $30.00
We stayed here from May 1, 2011 to August 1, 2011. This is a small park, however very large spaces. We have a 40' motorhome and still had lots of space left. The park is designed for seasonal R.V.ers. The owner works overtime to make sure everything is just right for you. I have Verizon Cell service and it does not work. If you go up the road a short distance to Lake Almanor it works. The park has a very good Wi-Fi system and I used my Majic Jack phone service that worked very well. We enjoyed our visit and are planning on returning next year. - Mandalayjo
Sep 2010 - $30.00
This place is a gem. It is mostly overlooked as there are other more prominent parks in this little mountain town of Canyon Dam. This park is unique as it is small. 12 spaces total. Half of them have year round homes while the other half are available for RV use. As they are mobile spaces, they are huge and can easily fit any rig. The park is very close to the lake and free boat launch. We had a great time, our space was shaded and the park was clean. Its located directly behind the post office in Canyon Dam so its not easy to see. Check in is across the street at the Kayak rental business. The owner of the park runs the kayak business and we found him friendly and enthusiastic. Again, a hidden gem that you have to look for to find. - Greg and Joy
Aug 2010 - $25.00
At this price, in this resort area, this campground is a great find. Cash or check only. Call ahead to make the owner aware of your set up. He will help guide you into your spot. The campground is shaded but level and I think could handle big rigs fine. Don't know about 50 amp. A mixture of weekenders and summer campers we were here on the weekend and it was very quiet. We used this as our base to explore the Lake Almanore area which is 1/4 mile away, National Forest hiking and Mt Lassen National Park 40 miles away. The campground is right on 89 just into the town limits when traveling from the west. Be sure to get cheaper gas in the bigger cities. The drive on 89 is not bad. Entrance easy to negotiate, sites are gravel but level. We were suppose to stay one night but stayed 4. We would come again and recommend to friends. Did not get a 10 because the bathrooms were old but were very clean. - travelnurse
Jul 2008 - $25.00
We spent one week here over Independence Day with 5 trailers in our group. All of us were in Toy Haulers and we could ride our Rhinos and quads right out of the park into the forest. The area for riding was dusty but we still had a great time The campground has pull troughs but is heavily treed and if you had a big rig (our biggest was 40 ft.) there are low hanging branches so be VERY careful. Full hookups were good but there are no pads …it is all dirt but a friendly park. Verizon cell does not work but ATT will work and a Sat.dish is hard to get located due to the trees. We will be back. - tomsack
Sep 2017 - $45.00
We chose this park due to the "9" ratings. After we arrived, I noted that the ratings are 5 years old. I will give the pros and cons here. PLEASE NOTE: the park has just been sold and the new owners have many plans to upgrade this park. New owner gentleman was so super helpful and friendly, a can do guy. They are going to add more sites, remodel the laundry room, partition off the full time area, add bocce ball and other rec opportunities. Also, they will build some cabins, which will be a wonderful addition.
PROS: The setting is gorgeous. We camped under the pines with 30 amp hook up, water and sewer. You could be fooled into thinking you are in a national park. You are surrounded by the forest. There is a nice walk through the forest behind the camp. It was quiet, set up off the main highway. Fire pits and picnic tables. We used site 26 which was very spacious with lots of privacy. The owner guided us to our site and helped us settle in.
You are so close to the Lakes Basin, where we did some great hiking. Also good food in Graeagle and Blairsden. The wi fi worked mostly well and there was a good cable channel lineup which also worked well.
CONS: The laundry room was filthy and only one washer worked, no dryers worked. We used a clothesline at our campsite to dry clothes. The rec room was locked so we did not see what was in there. The full timers: excuse me for saying this, but the area looks trashy. Someone living in a school bus there, for example. The new owners plan to section off this area with a fence and give them their own access road. We will check this park out again in a year or so. I do believe that the new ownership is earnest in their intent to fix it up and make it a lovely stay. So, check it out!
By the way, there is a lovely dry camping campground here as well. - Barbara Lee Tondro
Jul 2012 - $30.00
Our site was nice, level gravel. Water pressure good, electrical voltage good and steady. Sewer hookup is located well for gravitational flow but you will need a hose that is longer than 10 feet. Owners were friendly and very proud of the cable and satellite TV hook ups but we could not get ours to work. We watched CBS and ABC from our bat wing antenna. Verizon cell and Wi-Fi signal (3G only) was good. A nice, quiet location in tall pines with plenty of shade. Not a destination resort, but a nice clean, well-run spot to park and venture out in the area to see the sights. We will definitely stay here again. - Nevadatripin
Jul 2012 - $30.00
This little, no frills gem is one of our favorite places to spend a few days. The park itself is older, owned by the same couple for many years. Some of the pluses are direct access to national forest land for hiking and dog walking, lots of trees, and very clean restrooms. It is a mostly quiet location, with the exception of some noise from Highway 70. Nearby the small town of Blairsden has delicious breakfasts and lunches available from the café, bakery, or deli; drive a bit more to play golf or hike in the Lakes District hiking area with its numerous trails and lakes. The downsides are 3 channel cable TV, the lack of 50 amp hookups, no WiFi, and no Sprint cell phone reception. - From Reno
Jul 2017 - $38.00
Tight spaces, restrooms needed cleaning, showers needed new shower curtains, laundry not enough machines for the amount of people. They advertise WiFi but you can only access it at the office and it is spotty. Groups of kids hang out there trying to use their phones. If you needed to do business or want to research the area for activities, restaurants, and such it's best if you do that before your arrival. There is a train track behind the park and two trains run through there in the wee hours of the morning. It is close to Lassen Volcanic National Park and Indian Falls swimming area. The park is split by the hwy with a section on Lake Almanor and an upper and lower section across the hwy. The lake is not only great for boaters. It allows jet skis and wave runners. It also has swimming beaches. They charge an extra $10 for the holiday even though their festivities we're on the weekend and we didn't get there until Monday the 3rd of July. - Graybird
Jun 2014 - $36.00
This is an old park, 50 years old, according to manager. The spaces next to the lake do not have sewer hookups, while the spaces across the road do. Not all spaces have 50 amps, be sure to ask. We stayed in #14, which had 50 amps and a cement patio. However, site was so short, patio was not at our door. Also patio was much higher than parking area -- don't run your tires into the edge! Manager was very helpful, the lake is beautiful, and there is a great bike trail on the west side. - renodick
Jul 2013 - $36.00
Tight, cramped, camping experience. We camped in lower camp, which has NO sewer connection. Which means you have to store and dump it across the street. No easy task... Why ? Because you have to cross a fast highway with logging trucks jammin full load/speed around a blind corner in front of the RV park entrance/crossing! This is an accident waiting to happen... The old man/staff driving the golf cart around is rude and has a chip on his back. The lower bathrooms are more like an outhouse. For 2 days there was no paper towels or toilet paper in the stalls. If you have jet skis or a speed boat and like to party and drink, I guess this would be the right spot for you. - Cal.Sportsman
Jul 2016 - $44.00
We are happy to report that there has been a change in ownership of this park and all previous issues have been addressed and corrected that I wrote about in my previous comments in July 2006. The park is now owned by those that know what it takes to create a wonderful experience for their guests. We spent several nights last month and the park was very clean and the grounds look refreshed!
They have done an outstanding job clearing dead and over grown trees, upgrading the laundry and game rooms and the general appearance of the grounds are now appealing. The bathrooms and showers were clean. The owners are very friendly and informative.
The eviction of some of the year round riff raff has increased a sense of safety for you and your family. The pool is a delight as it's the only RV park in the area with one!
Feather River RV Park has become the best park in the area. I highly recommend this park for weekend and seasonal campers. - Coastalview
May 2016 - $35.00
We love Feather River now that it is under new ownership, it's like an entirely different place. It's clean, fun, safe, and the people are so friendly. This doesn't count the pool. For our family the pool is a huge plus. I would 100% recommend this camp ground to anyone. - Sam Nolan
May 2016 - $40.00
We have been seasonal campers at this park for over 12 years and have always enjoyed ourselves. We agree that there were issues with all of the previous owners but the park is now owned by a wonderful family that have invested more time and money in the last 6-8 months than all the other owners combined. We spent our first night of the season a couple of weekends ago and the park was as clean as I have ever seen it. The have done an awesome job taking out dead and dying trees, updating the laundry and game rooms, lowered the price for bigger bundles of wood and evicted some of the year round riff raff. The pool is ready to go and we can't wait to start our camping season. Feather River is easily the best value, most natural looking park in the area. I highly recommend this park for both weekend and seasonal campers. Stop by site #25 when you're there. - Dave and Cindy
Jul 2012 - $25.00
This is a PG&E campground. We camped here several times during the summer in our 30 foot rig. Most (if not all) sites have a view of Butt Valley Reservoir. This is a "primitive" campground. It has paved roads to the camping sites. It has pit toilets and water is available but there are no hookups. The restrooms were cleaned daily. While there is no formal "equipment" for kids, the roads are safe for bicycles and there is a large beach to play on. One of the big pluses is the slope of the lake bottom. It is so gradual that a person can go out quite a ways from the shore before the water actually gets deep. - Raquel
Sep 2018 - $50.00
Great Park in a beautiful setting. Spacious sites. Wifi was intermittent. - Maltaman
Jul 2018 - $50.00
We have used this park for the past nine (9) years at least 3-5 trips per season. They changed ownership in 2017. With new management things started to change. Long gone is management that cares to make your stay comfortable. Gone are a reliable wifi internet, weed cleaned dog park, or any of several attributes which has caused us to return each year. The ownership lives in San Francisco and the management is seasonal. Your desires for a generalized site location are ignored to maximize occupancy. So, after nine years, we are gone. - Long Path
Jul 2018 - $50.00
I agree with other campers that this is a pretty park in a nice location. However, clubs and groups beware! To be honest, they followed the letter of the law (contract). The deposit is non refundable. But $200!! We had 8 signups for this outing. The contract specified that we needed 10. They advised us that since we didn't meet their requirements that they were canceling our group reservation. They were keeping the $200 deposit. We had the option to buy the extra 2 spaces for almost $400. We declined. We signed the contract and knew the terms going in. We did not appreciate the handling of this. They might have been right but their customer service needs work. - pinenut
Jul 2016 - $15.00
As reviewed before, this is a great campground with large mostly level sites with 50 amp electric and water. We had no trouble finding a site in late July mid-week, but did end up with a lot of sun late in the day. The turn off is 5.5 miles down from CA 36. After making the turn off of 89, the first left is the dump station which also has potable water available, Legacy Campground is the second left. If you are in a big rig you really don't want to go any further down the road unless you have been there before. We took our toad through the North Campground and it is tight, we did not see one site that would work for a large motor home. Going further down there did not appear to be any place to turn a large rig around. Legacy Campground has no over-the-air TV reception and no Internet access with Verizon. We did have marginal cell service coming through as 1X. - Bob and Inga
May 2016 - $30.00
What a jewel of a U.S. Forest Service campground! Whoever designed this one deserves a prize! Electric hookups & water. A dump station is nearby for $5 fee. Big pine trees and large, level sites with picnic table and fire rings! Clean bathrooms. - Victori
Jun 2014 - $15.00
Rate reflects a Senior Pass 50% discount. Very large, level, paved sites, mostly back-ins. Extremely easy access for big rigs. Very strong 50 amp power. Low water pressure--around 35 PSI. The sites are well-separated, although you can see the rigs in a dozen other sites from your site. Very slow 3G/1x Verizon data signal, good Verizon voice service. The sign from Highway 89 says "Almanor Campground". This same road takes you past Almanor Legacy campground to Almanor North and Almanor South (neither of which have any hookups) and the boat launch and public beach. This campground is about a one mile walk from the lake on an excellent bike path. Nicely forested, enough so we couldn't get Dish Network on our rooftop dish (in Site #10), although it is possible from other sites. We arrived around noon on a Thursday and got the next to last site available. No reservations at this campground. There are only 14 sites in Almanor Legacy campground. The web site says that there are 104 sites, but that includes the nearby Almanor North and Almanor South campgrounds. It's a great campground, especially for big rigs who want 50 amp power. We looked at the pay dump station on the way out, and it looked clean and easy to navigate. We had an outstanding, if expensive, dinner on the deck of the nearby Plumas Lake Resort restaurant--prime rib, pecan-crusted halibut, etc. You can get to it by continuing down the Almanor Campground road toward the lake. It's less than a mile away. They have a nice bar as well. - Denali