5 Parks near Red Bluff, California
May 2016 - $65.00
This is a beautiful, spacious RV park. I would have scored it higher but for the fact that I didn't get the river view site I had requested, having made the reservation five months earlier. I know that they won't always guaranty sites, but what bothered me is the site I wanted, which I asked for again at check-in, sat vacant for the three nights we were there. Instead we got a site right next to the restroom with a patio area that everyone cut through to see the river. The WiFi, during our stay, was horrible, and we had to use our Verizon Jetpack the entire time. Otherwise, a wonderful RV park with great facilities, a beautiful pool, lovely fountains, spacious roads, long concrete level sites, good utilities, very good cable, satellite reception. - VegasVagabonds
May 2016 - $40.00
We have stayed in this park many times since it was first opened. During our recent stay, we were very surprised to see amount of weeds growing everywhere. It is a shame, because this park used to be so lovely.
I am against the use of poisonous chemicals to control weeds, but there are many people who could use the money if the owners hired them to pull the weeds. - Wesley
Apr 2016 - $44.00
Stayed 2 nts in pull-thru spot; 38 ft MH with tow. Have stayed several times before. Best cable channel list (63 channels) ANYWHERE!. Security gates. Picnic table and grass at site. Nice pool/spa/Clubhouse. Good WiFi.
Friendly staff. Interior landscaping needs attention - weeds growing in
most spaces. Noise from I-5 is not relaxing to sit outside, but slept fine. - westie
Sep 2015 - $15.00
Stayed two days at this members only ELKs Club. Approximately 8 pull-thrus and eight back-ins. Water, Electric, and Dump Station. Easy access to I-5. The only negative was mentioned in another post. there are lots of ants which will invade your RV is short order. All sites are on gravel. - richdoreen
Aug 2015 - $15.00
Stayed one night while traveling south. Great Lodge. Very friendly. Good meal. RV sites VERY close to I-5 and noisy!! Pull thrus which is nice. Be careful and watch for ANTS.. RV infested with them after first night. Will not stop there again. - Sidewinder
Oct 2012 - $12.00
Pull through sites nearest freeway. Back in sites overlook freshwater bay which goes dry in summer months. Medium amount of noise from freeway even at night. Normal Lodge amenities, bar etc. - Bucky Beaver
Oct 2015 - $15.00
We arrived at this park and decided not to stay. The roadway in was through a lot of old run down mobile homes. Lots of junk and trash in the yards. Previous posters mentioned the large wide spaces for overnighters but the spaces have shrubs and bushes down the middle so they are not wide. Also noticed several strange smells and odors like cat urine and trash in the air. - mnkcusa
May 2015 - $13.00
This is an older RV park with many full time residents. Our host was very friendly and quite accommodating. The center area of the park is reserved for short term stays with 7 paved "double wide" pull through sites. Asphalt parking was somewhat level and the sites are landscaped with grass and medium size shade trees. He had us park in the 1st site near the clubhouse so we could use the internet with no problems.
Please note when following the signs into the park, don't pull too close to the office when checking in. You will need to make a sharp right turn to get to the pull through area. There are two poles that you need to maneuver in between. It would have been easier if I had known this ahead of time so I could make a wide sweeping turn. (for those who can't back up with a toad like me!)
If your looking for a 5 star gated resort, keep looking. This is a great overnight stay with a Walmart and grocery store a few blocks away. This was probably the cheapest place I have ever stayed at, a super value if you have Passport America. - PacNorwester
Apr 2015 - $13.00
Again, you get what you pay for. The electricity kept going off on my first site, but when I moved to another it was fine. Large sites with shade trees but that's about it. Not particularly well kept park. Probably will look elsewhere next time. - ldukeb
May 2016 - $32.00
Stayed one night. Nice park with large trees. Spaces big enough for large rigs. Grassy spaces. Dog walk area.
We've stayed before and will again. - Go often
Apr 2016 - $32.00
This seemed to be the lesser of all evils in the area given prices and reviews. Appealing approach. Less than personable office employee routinely checked us in. I signed two pages of park rules but was not given a copy. I requested a pull-through and we were given the best they had but we just about didn't fit. Cable TV was advertised but it was very much less-than with less than a dozen. This is another park that is okay for an overnight but that is it. It is an older park, so we are cheek to jowl with our neighbors. - helenhelen
Feb 2016 - $29.00
Stay here with a Good Sam Club Event. 10 rigs. We used the club house that was well equipped, large and clean. New management required advance payment (24hours ahead) or lose your space. The park was half empty?? Anyway, sites were level, gravel with a picnic table and grass. Mostly shaded and spacious. Staff is not always in the office and the telephone is not always answered. The showers and restrooms (same room) were well maintained and clean - also very warm. - Livermorered
Feb 2016 - $13.00
Stayed again on our way home and will do so in the future.
Where else do you get a paved site with W/E hookup for 12.50$ (after discount for National Park annual pass)? Good privacy too, since the sites are well spaced. We enjoyed the hiking/cycling trails around the campground and the quiet night just a few miles off the I-5. - TheSchweitzers
Jan 2016 - $25.00
This is a Forestry Campsite but has power and water hook ups at some sites. Our fifth is 34 feet. Site 21 was long enough for truck and trailer. Other hookup sites were not. We had puddles outside our door in pouring rain but disappeared quickly when rain stopped. Loved the trail system and open ambiance here. Large grassy area in centre of ring of sites. Showers were hot. - Darleen
Dec 2015 - $13.00
Our second stay here after February 2014 and nothing has changed. Still the same (25$) rate for a W/E site and the 50% discount for National Parks Annual Passholders. Only two other campers in the park so we had free choice for sites. All paved and level. Some with hookups, most without. A quiet place just a few miles off the I-5, even without the discount it's a bargain. Gas stations and groceries at the I-5 exit.
We'll stay here again on the way home. - TheSchweitzers