5 Parks near Red Bluff, California
Jul 2015 - $40.00
This is a high end resort RV park with closed gates after hours Beautiful sites and hiking trails.
Concrete pads can accommodate up to 105' rigs. Escort to your site and new pedestals water and power with ground level sewer connections.
Cost is street price, but we stayed for nada because of our other membership. - Wanders
Jul 2015 - $58.00
Have stayed here several times. Nice newer park, made for big rigs (essentially a very nice parking lot). Nice big swimming pool and club house. The "fountains" have turned into ponds, fully of frogs and algae - maybe not a bad thing? This time we stayed in a Riverfront site - more costly but a nice view of the river and no road noise. We use this as a stop-over on our way to/from Oregon. We would stay here again. - RVBeast
Jul 2015 - $38.00
Every vacation we find a hidden gem. This park was the gem. We splurged after a long day and called on short notice. Got a fountain pull in site. A little pricey but very nice. Park is beautiful and we'll kept.
Staff very nice and helpful except one disgruntled grounds keeper who felt he needed to vent to me...weird.
We plan to return here often. - sfretts
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
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
Mar 2015 - $13.00
We had a nice level long site. Electric good, WiFi good most of the time. We were greeted as we arrived with a friendly fella. When he mowed our grass, he removed our chairs and replaced them when he was finished. The ducks stayed on the lawn next to us, so was a source of entertainment. The pool was closed, but looked very clean. Would stay again. - gosee
Aug 2015 - $35.00
This is a very nice shady campground with large sites. We will stay again everytime we are in the area . We have stayed in the new very upscale RV Resort near the freeway several times and it is very nice but the quiet and larger trees make this our park of choice from now on. It is also cheaper than the deluxe resort. - djthomson
Jun 2015 - $30.00
We stayed here in a 20 foot travel trailer. The park was clean and the staff was friendly. We stayed for 2 nights. The swimming pool was refreshing and well maintained. We have travelled a great deal over the past 10 years, both in a motor home and recently in a small travel trailer. This was the first park we stayed in that allowed us to wash our RV! - User3667
May 2015 - $31.00
About 2-miles off I-5, which makes it quiet at night. Site was level gravel, with concrete pad, grass, and picnic table. Lots of shade. Campground was spotless. Swimming pool and restrooms were clean. Cable TV (13-channels) and Wi-Fi worked great. Friendly office staff. - zigzag
Jun 2014 - $25.00
This pleasant US National Forest-run campground is set in a wooded park near the Sacramento River. There are sites for small rigs, and pull-through semi-circle sites and some back-ins for larger rigs. Some have complained about the tight squeeze, which mostly means you have to drive over some grass to make the rig fit, but nothing too arduous in our experience with our 35-ft 5th wheel. It is a treed park, so only a couple of sites will get satellite. There’s no Wi-Fi or cable TV, but our Verizon 4G worked well and there were several TV channels that came in over the digital antenna. A gate to the park closes 10PM-6AM, so late arrivals should get the gate code in advance by calling the number shown on this listing and have them give you the camp host phone if they don’t know it. We had a pleasant stay, and it was a weekend, the only noise coming from a family reunion that took up 3 sites. The cost is $25 for RV hookup sites, and those with the US senior citizens or disabled National Parks passes get half off. That was confusing because signs say “Lands Pass” is accepted, which is the common $80 America the Beautiful” National Lands Pass. But, alas, no. They need to change the signs to avoid confusion; or I guess until they change the signs just take the discount and don't ask the camp host to clarify it like we did! The campsites offer water and electric (we had 50 amp at our pull-through that worked well, no voltage problems). We did not use the restroom/shower facility. However, the fatal flaw of this campground is there is no sewer or dump station. A sign at the entrance mentions a nearby fairgrounds with $8 cost, however, without specific instructions of where to go to dump we didn’t want to drive in and get stuck, so we ended up dumping along our route at a Chevron mini mart (found on sanidumps.com) in north Redding, 5425 Mountain View Drive, for $5 (free with $100 gas purchase they said). The RV parks in town were all going to charge $10. So, add that to your cost of staying here as well. A series of paved paths lead through a beautiful oak woodland/meadow in a loop, and along a flood bypass of the Sacramento River, which was dry when we were there. The main river channel also passes the park, and there is a boat launch facility where you can boat downstream of the large diversion dam. The paths total about 4 miles and allow bikes except for one nature trail. We rode the trails to the north trailhead, which leads to the quiet Sales Road that accesses the park, and then rode on sidewalks across the flood channel, I-5 and the main channel (a scenic view from that bridge) into historic Red Bluff. It’s a very pleasant town, with restored shops on Main Street, and a few blocks of Victorians on Washington Street. We rode along the river for a bit in the Red Bluff City Park, and up a stream channel, doing a loop through downtown, for a total of about 10 miles including the park trails. All in all, we would return, but it’s not the deal that we were hoping for based on other reviews, especially taking into account the cost of dumping elsewhere. - User361
Feb 2014 - $13.00
Normal rate for a W/E site would be $25, but the annual pass for the National Parks gives you a 50% discount! Sites are paved and level but a little on the small side. Our rig is 51' combined and filled the pull through site completely. Hookups in good shape. Just a few miles from the interstate exit but very quiet at night. Verizon signal was good. Very nice hiking and biking trails right off the campground. Unbeatable value for money deal. We'll be back whenever travelling through the area. - TheSchweitzers
Nov 2013 - $13.00
This is a nice federal park and the rate was $12.50/night for power with the federal geezer card. It is right next to the Sacramento River and has some extensive bike and hiking trails that run through the park. The roads and sites are paved. We grabbed one of the electric sites and found that it had a bad leg on the 50 amp, and no ground (be sure and always test before you plug in). We moved to another electric site and it worked fine. The problem was fixed a couple of days latter. Verizon Wi-Fi works sort of. It seems to do OK in the morning but gets extremely slow at night. The showers have a code that you get from the host and cost 25 cents for 2-3 mins but the water is hot. The area is pretty quiet and it's a pleasant campground. If you have a boat, the ramps are very close. All in all, this is a nice spot and the only down side I see is that there is no dump station. I'd stay here again. - pumper9x9