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5 RV Parks near Richgrove, California
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Richgrove. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Richgrove in the left hand column.
Mar 2018 - $30.00
This park is about six miles south of Porterville. Our GPS found it listed in Terra Bella. Access is easy off of Highway 65 (Orange Belt Drive / Main Street). Perimeter roads are dirt but wide and very few pot holes. Check in was quick. Rate is Cash or Check only (no discounts). All sites are pull through. Our site did not have a table or fire ring. They are available though. This is a pretty hum drum park. There is nothing special here but it is somewhat close to Sequoia. Most residents appear to be permanent. It does not appear that rules are adhered to as some sites are a little trashy. We would probably be back to stay a while if Sequoia was snow free. We feel this park rates $25.00 night. - Rollin Ollens
Mar 2012 - $32.00
There was no internet (Wi-Fi or modem) no cable TV but we could pick up channels with antenna. There were some full-timers with shabby sites. Our site was not close to level. This park is definitely over priced. - BC Traveler
Jun 2011 - $25.00
Good overnight stop. Only thing is: there are two rows that you can't pull out of, since the road is blocked. So you have to either back out, or pull straight across though another site to get out. They have lots of permanent residents with lots of children but I must say it is pretty clean. Yes, we would come back as it's convenient to Freeway: SR99. - RV Roving Seeker
Apr 2011 - $25.00
If you park in the first row you may have to back out from your pull through spot, because at the time we were here, the road out was blocked off. Worst floor plan for a restroom/shower we have seen. No area to dress, undress or dry off without being exposed to the outside if someone opens the door. Two of the dryers in the laundry were not working (which management knew about), and did not have out of order signs on them. - paxton
May 2008 - $28.00
We have stayed at this park often while visiting our daughter in Bakersfield. We liked it because it is out in the country and relatively quiet. Everything else about it, however, adds up to zero. It doesn't appear that anything has been done to maintain this place since it left the KOA family. No effort has been made to maintain the dirt roads which are full of large holes and are generally in terrible shape. They haven't even bothered to water the grass, which is now dead. Unfortunately, the place has become a dump, as evidenced by the fact that, other than the long termers, we were the only people in the campground. Too bad! It used to be a good alternative to the urban RV parks in Bakersfield. Next time we'll go elsewhere. - steben6
Jun 2007 - $32.00
We use this park as a stopover, in between northern and southern CA, as it has easy access from Hwy. 99. No frills, gravel roads and pads that are not level. It's a dump but ok for a quick overnighter. - campingwithlobo
Jun 2007 - $29.00
A real dive. Needs some improvements; no mystery why they got kicked out of the KOA. The staff had a lot of trouble with the registration. - aaronfessler
May 2018 - $15.00
Beautiful campground; huge sites with lots of space. Lovely lake but sketchy swimming unless you're hardy. Pontoon rentals were a good deal! Helpful and friendly couple at he check-in; very knowledgeable. Bathrooms clean but no soap at washbasins - not unusual but a shame. Ever heard of hepatitis? Gorgeous sunsets every nite we were there. 10 miles or so to town. The first few days we had no Verizon cell/internet service - none. But on our last day phones worked as did our MiFi device. Good signal! Go figure. - rmlarson
Mar 2018 - $30.00
Stayed 2 weeks in #23 in 35" motorhome - self contained motorhome so cannot comment on cleanliness of restroom facilities. Water and Electrice with dump station. Pros - Very large, oversized sites - lots of distance between sites on northside campground area, beautiful views of lake. - Good location to Sequoia National Monument and Park. Can access Farmers Market in Vasalia in 30 minutes. - Great bird watching in the area including Golden Eagles. - Site was level and spacious - water was nearby and we were connected the entire 2 week stay. Cons - Road noise, very close to busy road. But good news is almost no traffic at night. - Was difficult if not impossible to get Verizon or T-Mobile. Once in a while we got a signal with our booster. - We were surprised to find out that the smokey type visibility was not a forest fire but instead pollution. Given our heavy reliance on the internet we probably wouldn't stay again. - Gina A
Apr 2016 - $15.00
We stayed for a couple of nights. The campground was about 20-30% occupied. Power was good, but had to run water from about 60 feet away. The picnic tables have a cover. The site was not very level and required quite a bit of leveling materials. The rangers are not around very often and noise at night from other campers...somebody in a pickup truck with loud mufflers was annoying. We would probably stay there again. - jtl2