10 RV Parks near Susanville, California
May 2012 - $1.00
Nice little park. Easy to get to. There are good directions in the other posts and on the BLM site. We found the road to be excellent all the way to the campground. It is a donation site, so you donate as much as you like to camp there. Sites are level and large with fire rings; I gave it a 6 because it is in a close canyon without much of a view. We saw deer, cows, squirrels and butterflies. Down the road another 2 or three miles is a spectacular view and a gravel area large enough for several motorhomes or trailers to park. This is all BLM land leased to cattle farmers. You can access any of it. - careyfla
Jan 2012 - $5.00
BLM campground located ~45 miles north of Susanville of hwy 395. 2.4 miles north of roadside rest area, turn east on BLM road 26000 and go ~2.5 miles. Longitude -120.25366, Latitude 40.70733. Campground fee is by donation. I would camp here again. - SteveE
Sep 2018 - $38.00
We had tire problems and pulled into this RV park. Without a doubt, one of the surliest and rude office help we have experieced. We were apparently inconveniencing her. All she did was complain about how busy she was and how we should have had a reservation. She didn't want to hear that we had troubles on the road and that we could not have foretold that we would need a stop over in Susanville. She told us that she didn't know why people stopped in "Snoozeanville" as there was nothing to do there. Our site was cracked with uneven concrete slab and leaking hose bib. Toilets hadn't been cleaned in some time and the shower was moldy. It could be a really nice park. - Travlnpj
Aug 2018 - $45.00
Rate includes a 10% Good Sam discount, but also includes a $5.00 electric surcharge. The site was concrete (new), pull-thru, level; FHU with 50 amp. Many other sites had broken concrete, but the park appears to be in the process of replacing the concrete. We had good Verizon voice and data reception and good DishTV satellite reception. The rate is high, but the park is clean, comfortable, and quiet for an overnight stay. - Dave51
Jul 2018 - $45.00
Navigation into the park was very easy and Navigation through the park is easy. Lanes are paved and easy to navigate. Sites are concrete and very narrow for today's big rigs. Really nice grass on both sides of the site. Nice trees in the park. Site has a concrete patio and a picnic table. Nice views of low mountains. Very quiet - no road/train or plane noise. Full hookup w/50 amp placed center & worked well. 4 small fenced dog areas with heavy cover of small gravel. Park WIFI is Tengonet - enough said. AT&T Cell service is 2 bars. Verizon Hotspot WIFI works great. No bugs. Staff are Friendly and other RV'ers are friendly. - JanneC
Sites: 122 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 24 Reviews
Aug 2017 - $25.00
I stayed in one of the full-hookup sites, but there are also electric and water sites and no-hookup sites at this beautiful campground among huge trees. This is indeed one of the most remote campgrounds I have stayed at. It is 20 miles on a curvy road to the nearest town, and there are only a couple of campgrounds on this huge lake. In fact, I discovered there is not even any mail service along the road going around the lake. And the campground is seldom full, but that adds to the peace and quiet. There are even few boats on the lake, partly because the lake level is down, although not as bad as two years ago. In fact, the marina is dry, but there is a boat launch there. Because of the changing lake levels, there is not even a beach because it is all grown up in grass, so not very good swimming. View of mountains across the lake, however, is priceless! Roads and camping sites are all asphalt and very nicely spread out. Sites are long and wide enough so you can walk around your rig on asphalt, which I like. I also enjoyed the paved bike trail. Big trees are beautiful but make satellite tricky. Not a lot to do here, but the scenery and quietness make it worthwhile. I did get 2-3 bars regularly on Verizon phone and hotspot, which was nice for such a remote spot. - judy_online
Nov 2016 - $10.00
Very nice remote park on the shore of Eagle lake. I paid $10 per night including electricity with my disabled pass (1/2 price). Had no reservation and the park was sparsely populated. They also sell firewood. - kcjflea
Aug 2016 - $20.00
Nice park. We stopped in without reservations and was able to get a spot with only a few left. They allow driveups as well as reserved area. Beautiful well kept park. It was full of families camping on vacation with boats, tents, rvs and access to the lake. I was amazed at how quiet it was during the day and at night even though the campground was virtually full.
I would have loved to stay a week. It was very relaxing. There's a nice paved trail that connects all the parks together, I think it's 5 miles long.
For safety reasons everyone is required to back the RV in as well as any other vehicles. The camphost was very helpful and stopped us and explained procedures as we drove in.
We camped in a 37' motorhome and had lots of room for out mh and tow vehicle. - catrst
Sites: 62 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 5 Reviews
Jul 2017 - $33.00
This used to be an actual resort, with restaurant and bar, gas station, and lots of park models surrounding the RV park. However, the lake levels dropped so that boats couldn't be launched there, and after a water main break at the restaurant, the resort was foreclosed on and closed. Sunset Properties purchased just one portion of the RV park a few years ago...now there are only 9 pull through sites available. The rest of the "resort" looks like a ghost town, since Sunset didn't purchase it, and it has basically been abandoned. That being said, the part that is open is very, very nice. The caretakers don't live on property, but they are easily accessible by phone and stop by every day. The grounds are immaculately maintained, as are the restrooms. There is a lovely grass area for picnics, with a playground and horseshoe pits. There are also hiking trails nearby. The lake looks better this year thanks to the wet winter, but it is still too low to launch boats. If you want to just come somewhere fairly remote but relaxing, this is your place! - Tami K
May 2016 - $33.00
Now advertising itself as Eagle Lake Resort (eaglelakerv). We booked on line and then recieved a call saying that the park wasn't technically open for another 2 weeks, and that we'd have the place to ourselves for our 2 night stay - and we could choose any site we liked. We were warned that due to some leaks the bathrooms had no hot water so no hot showers. That didn't bother us particularly, so we arrived and drove around the RV loop and picked a site, only to find that the water wasn't working. Power and septic were ok, so after searching around, we discovered that there were only 2 working taps on the dozen or so sites on this loop.
The place seemed to be a lot more than 2 weeks away from opening, judging by the condition of the grounds, and the apparent repairs in progress. There was no water in the restrooms, not just lacking hot as we were told. The appliances in the laundry rooms were awaiting connection; lights were not working, light fittings were broken, there were numerous flooded toilets, repair debris in the shower and toilet blocks, water damage to roof areas and there was a general feel that it was a very tired, old place needing a lot of tlc.
There are some nice looking , modern cabins on site, juxtaposed against the sad state of the rest of the camp. A real shame, because it has so much potential to be a really great resort. I guess this place used to be a hit with the fishermen, but now the lake water level is low enough to deny use of the boat launch and so the restaurant is all locked up, the gas pumps look abandoned, as do the rest of the other buildings.
Some maintenance had been done, and grass had been mowed on part of the park, but an awful lot still needs to be done for this to be a viable destination spot. It's not at all as portrayed on the website - which would indicate a thriving resort rather than ghost town - and reading other reviews on Google it it seems as if it has been this way (and in steady decline) for some years. - SoAdventurer
Oct 2011 - $33.00
The rate reflects a 10% AAA/Good Sam discount. Each site has full hook-ups with cable. There are two playgrounds, a small of-leash dog area, tent sites, some very nice permanent sites, horseshoe pits, boat dock, restaurant, lounge and a store. Verizon (phone and data) is pretty good. There is very friendly staff. We would definitely come here again. - campingandtravels.blogspot.com
Jun 2017 - $40.00
We had lake side views. It was a very quiet camp ground. Gorgeous sunsets, went kayaking in the lake 2 days. The employees were very kind. Its a great place if you are ok with not having things around you to keep you entertained. Its out a bit. We brought kayaks, rhino for wheeling in a bit and camp games. Stayed 5 days, 4 night. Would come back in a heart beat. Watched an Eagle feed her babies every night. - Kathys outdoor adventures
Jul 2016 - $30.00
We stayed there 14 days. The price reflects the 14 days including the PassPort America Discount. Very clean park. The bathrooms are a little dated but clean. If the park is not crowded then almost all sites have a view of the lake. There was rain this year so while the water level is way down it is still better than last year. Unless you are a fisherman there is not much to do there.
The park is very clean and well maintained but there is a price for that. Almost every morning around 9am while we were there the maintenance worker would start his blower and clean the sites. We were in one of the double sites which was nice and level.
The laundry is $2 wash and $2 dry but only cold water. The store is nice but very expensive. The staff is very friendly. We made the mistake of paying in advance. We wanted to leave early but they would not refund the difference. We stayed there in a 5th wheel and would definitely stay there again if in the area. - newbies2016
Aug 2015 - $20.00
Unfortunately, Eagle Lake is suffering from the drought like some many other California lakes. This RV park is on the west side of the lake a few miles off Highway 139. If you go there, come around the north side of the lake particularly if you are towing. The trip up from the south on the A1 road can be difficult. Also, beware that some GPS systems will direct you to a closed back entrance. Call for directions.
Most sites are shaded with full hookups, 30amp electrical service. Free Wi-Fi was workable and cable TV service was weak. Excellent service from those we encountered. Only 4 or 5 others in the park when we were there so it was quiet. They also rent cabins.
Passport America park. PA rate was $19.50. - Coopsecondact
Aug 2018 - $17.00
Days End RV Park is right on Hwy 395 directly across from a Shell gas station which carries diesel. There is a convenience store attached to the station. There is very little traffic noice from the hwy you will not hear any noise when you try to go to sleep. The restrooms and showers are spotless! There laundry is clean and air conditioned. The WiFi is excellent at every site. The pull through sites can accommodate the longest rigs without having to unhitch. We have a 34' 5th wheel with 2 bikes on a rear rack, with a long bed Ram pickup and still had plenty of room on both ends. - Charlie M.
Jul 2018 - $31.00
This small park is excellent! We were here for one week. Very clean and the grounds were well kept. Sites are large and there was good WIFI, and TV reception was good with HD antenna. If the opportunity comes, we would stay here again--only longer. - Ronald Blose
Jul 2018 - $30.00
A pleasant overnight stay. Site was a bit close, but doable. Utilities were good. Owner was intent on making sure our stay was good. - FrederickC
Sep 2018 - $40.00
I am rating this park a "10" based on the huge sites surrounded by huge pine trees and proximity to Lassen Volcano National Park. This is an old mobile home park - many of the mobile homes have been removed and sites converted for RV's. Sites are 80 x 100 = yes, 8,ooo sq. feet. The park is very rustic and some dilapidated mobile homes still exist. Ignore this and the park is a gem! Many nice shops and cafes just up the road in Chester. Our site had great WiFi, TV cable, electric, sewer and water connections plus a huge new picnic table and a fire pit. Park staff and rv'ers are very nice. - JanneC
Sep 2018 - $32.00
We stayed for a week as a base location to visit Lassen Volcanic NP. Being that this park was (and still partially is) a mobile home park, the sites are HUGE! There are a lot of trees here but were able to get satellite with our portable satellite. The utilities worked as they should. Trains do go by very close to the campground overnight, and are pretty loud, but we fall right back to sleep. The owner checked us in and is very friendly. We would stay here again when in the area. - henny38
Jun 2018 - $40.00
This is a rustic park with huge sites and lots of towering pine trees. Our site had great WiFi, TV cable, electric, sewer and water connections plus a huge new picnic table and a fire pit. The 8,000 square foot site was excellent and we really felt we were in the woods. There are only a few mobile homes left in the park and no new mobile homes are being accepted. The sites are level. Satellite reception is spotty because of the trees. Our Verizon phones had good reception. We spent three nights here and want to return. - goldhill
Sep 2015 - $21.00
We were satisfied with our spot. As others said it is a little run down and the view was of a dry lake bed. Our spot was level and it was full hook up. We were able to use our cell phones. No WiFi, we were able to get TV over the antenna. We were happy here and for one night while traveling the 395. - Pamela & Gerald
May 2015 - $21.00
The views across the highway of dried up Honey Lake do draw the eye - and that's a good thing because the campground is a mess. There's a lot of junk laying around: broken, rusty swing sets, old rundown RVs on the side and in the back, a huge orange trailer with bags of trash to the rim that need disposing of (flies), dog poop laying around everywhere - even at campsites (ours). It's just dismal to say the least. During our stay we heard one of the tenants living in a very old rig using the "f" word very loudly to read out the management, and another's dog barked incessantly. The noise from the highway is not conducive to a good night's sleep. For a moment, I'd considered using this as a layover on my snowbird route home, but have decided that even the good price isn't worth it. - Chris-Kiva
Mar 2013 - $20.00
I wrote the last review of this park, and there's not much new to say about it. It's still rough around the edges, but quiet and safe and peaceful. The roads into and out of the park are dirt and pretty bumpy. The proprietors are very nice people and friendly and accommodating. The WiFi worked adequately and you can't beat the price. Honey Lake is definitely not a destination park, but good for an overnight stop. - BruceandKathyWA
Jul 2009 - $60.00
We camped at Lake Haven Resort last year. The spots were very small and hard to get into. Has a very small lawn area for the kids to play on. Was quite a walk to the water on rocks. Will not go back to pay $60/night for cramped camping. - uptownmommy