29 RV Parks near Travis AFB, California
May 2017 - $20.00
The site is gravel and level. I did not have reservations as they do not make reservations if you are going to arrive within 30 days; however, they do have several sites that are first come first serve. When I arrived the office was closed but there were clear instructions on which sites were available for my size rig, length of stay, and with or without pets. I don't think it could be any more clear. After I got settled in my site, the office opened and I finished the registration process. The gentlemen in the office was friendly and squared me away quickly even though he continued to receive a million other calls. Kudos to him for his multitasking abilities. The BX and Commissary are within walking distance and there is a big field in the back to walk your dog. Overall, I have no complaints especially for the price. Thank you Travis AFB Command and MWR for taking care of us. Now... if we can only get everyone (mostly a small percentage) to recognize theses awesome benefits and not take advantage and ensure we clean up after ourselves and our pets. - Techn0
Sep 2016 - $10.00
Had no trouble finding an overflow space where we camped for two nights.
Park was almost full. Adequately maintained. Dump station and gravel site in overflow was fine. Parking tow was not a problem. There were shade trees, but I was still able to use my Winegard Trv'ler DirecTV satellite. Great location and will stay there again. - rwarner22
Sep 2016 - $20.00
1st stay: Brochure, phone message and sign on the door all say the office is open from 0830-1200 then from 1300-1530. My wife went to the office where an Open sign displayed in the window, knocked on the door but the guy in the office would not answer. She then called the office number and he finally acknowledged her. When we made reservations a few months back I asked for a parking site where we could get satellite reception. Amy assigned us to site #3 for that purpose. During check-in we were told we had been moved to site #61 which we knew has a tree blocking to view to the south. At that time we were told there was no other sites available so we proceeded to our site, backed in and with some maneuvering, got the TV working. When my wife walked back over to the office she was told we could move to another site if we wanted. What? So, if you are assigned to a site or make a request for a specific site when you make a reservation, you may or may not get that one when you arrive. My recommendation would not even assign a site when you make a reservation, just wait until your arrival. During check-in you are required to not only sign the "rules" sheet but you must now initial all 21 rules individually and then sign. I don't think we got the memo that the old manager had returned to Travis. There is no longer any internet available in the park and if you want cable TV you are required to go into Fairfield to get a cable box. They are no longer watering most of the "dogs" parking sites and it looks terrible in that area.
2nd Stay: Same problem with being moved to another site. Don't get me wrong, I don't mind being moved but at least take my preferences into account. The Verizon cell signal is weak at Travis, but with a booster we are able to get 2 bars of 4g service. - StarlifterFE
Jul 2016 - $55.00
The Manager was extremely helpful and friendly. The park is conveniently located just off Highway 80 but not noisy at all. The park was very clean: bathrooms and laundry facilities were immaculate. This was the nicest park we stayed in during our summer road trip. Lots of ripe and delicious fruit trees and a great play area and swimming pool. (We were the only ones there!) - User737
Apr 2016 - $45.00
Lots of Eucalyptus trees but we still had room to maneuver our coach into a pull through spot. Very shady, quiet, and safe. We left for a few days and drove to San Francisco; was an easy drive. There's a large outlet mall nearby and some excellent restaurants in nearby towns. The manager was helpful and friendly. Liked that they had free movie DVDs. - Betty2016
Feb 2016 - $40.00
Stayed 2 nights. Older park but in good condition. Very old trees provide lots of shade. Quiet with adequate space between campsites. Great location of going into S.F. for sightseeing. - gnlandrus
May 2017 - $60.00
The park was really basic and they clearly don't enforce their campground rules. There were a lot of sites that were not kept clean and tidy as their park rules supposedly require. There were a number of pretty run down looking setups which made me feel a bit uneasy about the place. Our site was between what appeared to be a couple of long term stays. There wasn't much room between sites and our site had a really sad, run down looking picnic table sitting on a tiny patch of gravel for its "outdoor space". The dog play area felt like something out of a post apocalyptic disaster movie - its a pretty barren dirt area that is really poorly maintained. The whole place felt quite sketchy - we only stayed one night and probably wouldn't want to go back there again if we can avoid it. - MaximusCub
Apr 2017 - $47.00
Stayed for a week at a back in site. In that area the roads were gravel, and our site was gravel. During the rain, the gravel was so thin that our site was mostly mud. The roads are paved in some of the park, and the roads are wide for maneuverability. All sites are gravel. The cable was a combination of SD and HD channels. Several of the HD channels pixelated a lot. Numerous trees and grass. The park had a rural feel even though development from Vacaville is a couple of miles away. Fairly close to Sacramento, Davis, and Oakland. - feral cat
Apr 2017 - $65.00
Very nice park near everything. The pond is really nice and ever has a beaver living in it. Great dog park. - Mavtx
Apr 2017 - $30.00
Very reasonable rate for this area of N. California. Good power but water pressure is low. Very good Verizon 4g signal and a getting satellite is not a problem from most sites. Big rig parking is not a problem except in the 3 or 4 neatest the gate. Some train noise. During dog shows there are a lot of barky dogs which was expected. We will return. - StarlifterFE
May 2016 - $35.00
Nice RV sites for a fairground. Only about 13 sites with full hookups and 50amps. Well maintained gravels with decent spacing. The fair was pulling out when we pulled in so be sure to check the fairground activities before coming. All sites were full before we got there. Camp host is in the very end site and is who you need to look for after office hours. Decent place to overnight. Would stay here again! - JeffDeb
Aug 2015 - $35.00
Nothing there! Just a place to stop. Lots of grass for dog potty. Easy back-in sites. - C.J. Arizona
Feb 2017 - $45.00
Wife and I stayed in this park for two nights. It was just after a lot of heavy rainstorms in Northern California so the lower area of the campground was closed as some of the sites had excessive puddling. We stayed in one of the upper utility sites (water & electric). There were about 10 other RV'ers in this area. The sites in this area are plenty long and the utilities work fine. The campground is quiet except for when one of the peacocks bellow for a bit. More funny than annoying and they don't do it at night. There is a large grassy area for pets and it is a nice 20 minute walk through all the campground areas. Overall a really nice experience. We live in the Sacramento area and this was only an hour drive for us. - M_i_k_e_y
Feb 2017 - $20.00
This is a nice county park near the small town of Winters, which is a neat little town with a few wineries. The campground is next to the Purah creek which is home to a lot of water fowl, otters and other critters. The campsite it self has numerous peacocks which make for an exotic scene as they wander around looking for handouts or grazing in the grass. Unfortunately, the park needs some serious upgrades to rest rooms and showers which are old and very dirty. We did use them but felt very uncomfortable doing so. It is a shame because this could be a lovely campground in a location convenient to Sacramento and to the wine regions of Napa. - Walter48
Dec 2016 - $24.00
This campground is pretty large and has something for everyone, from a few full hookups sites, several electric/water sites, to dry sites suitable for Rvs or tents. We stayed one night in an awesomely private dry site and one in a water/electric. We were here in December so there were numerous sites to choose from. Seems like a birdwatcher's paradise, between the peacocks (gorgeous & affable), herons & ducks on the water, and woodpeckers.
There were 3 camp hosts when we were there, which was refreshing coming from a state park where there was no camp host nor ranger presence. The camp hosts we talked to/bought firewood from were very personable & helpful, telling us their favorite sites in the campground. - 70s Kid
Aug 2012 - $35.00
Not a big rig friendly park. Very few 50 amp sites. Hard to set jacks in uneven grass with ruts. Cold pool not covered a night. They had good activities for Memorial day. Would not go back. - Cactusflower
Feb 2011 - $40.00
We are back again: everything you could want. Windy but nice. Great food at the Point. Get your coupon. - Tredguy
May 2010 - $40.00
This is a nice RV park and marina plus an expensive place to eat. I give a moderate rating because it was very noisy when we were there, jack hammers, un-muffled leaf blowers, pile drivers next door, a sea weed harvester ran for two days, garbage trucks, food delivery trucks. Lot of traffic for being miles from highway 12. Wi-Fi worked two days out of four. The water, electricity, sewer hookups were at the front of the motorhome so most rigs should plan on having extension cords and sewer extensions of 25 ft or so. The view of the river is really nice and there is a fishing platform out over the water for fishing by RVers. I'd go again just for the view. - taoshum
May 2017 - $34.00
LEO rangers now civilian. Always out working on the grounds. Varying amounts of shade thru park. Now taking internet reservations. The bath houses are rustic, but spotless. Noticed F&G checking out the fisherpeople. The sheriff's deputies came through every day. My wife felt safe. Will stay again. - diceshooter60
Apr 2017 - $20.00
They do have free, hot water, handicapped shower available. Nothing fancy but great price and nice that it is close to town. - Madeline Haney
Dec 2016 - $35.00
Very nice, clean park, good service. - HBeachbum714
Apr 2017 - $33.00
Showers left much to be desired, bring your shower shoes! A very pleasant campground with lots of nature. birds and trees. Responses from personnel were mixed. wonderful greeting. When we had visitors pick us up they were told to "walk" to our site---I SPOKE WITH THEM HARSHLY! Overall, a lovely park, priced right, lovely grounds but showers were not very clean.....big negative. Could use a little better personnel training. - flutrbi
Apr 2017 - $32.00
We re in the midst of two-week stay. Location is wonderful and there are numerous hiking/biking trails in the park. Some are challenging. FHU sites are a little cramped for 40+ footers but doable. Ditto the electric/water only. Gravel and mostly level. Picnic tables on each site and a single communal fire pit. California is very strict about open fires. The staff are all very helpful and we would stay here again. Beware though the 14-day limit is not negotiable. - dutch star
Feb 2017 - $33.00
We stayed in a Gulf Stream Sun Voyager. This place is not child friendly, the two week only rule doesn't apply to friends of the staff, they lack clear signage, they fail to communicate rules even through pamphlets which results in avoidable issues. The only good staff not into drama is the man who does registering in the booth. He was awesome. Showers are run down, the wifi is terrible. Has potential, but they need a different organization to run it. - Nomi2017
Aug 2016 - $44.00
All sites are back in. RV parks on flat level gravel. Tow vehicle parks on asphalt pad. Each site has a concrete patio and metal picnic table. WI-FI worked OK. AT&T works well. Nice view of Sacramento River. Very windy. - travelcouple
Jun 2016 - $38.00
Nice ADULT Park on Sacramento River. Three rows of back ins. One row directly on the River. Grassy area with 6 concrete fishing piers. Handicap(Wheel chair) access to piers. Office staff very helpful of area.
Some road noise. Being this is the Delta area expect WINDS. Verizon strong. Wifi OK. Utilities fine. Will return. - silverado
Oct 2015 - $33.00
This is an attractive park located on the Sacramento River. I arrived there about 1:30 PM on a weekday and found the office closed and no directions for finding a space. After waiting 35 minutes or so we drove through the park and saw that about 10 spaces were vacant. We left to find another rv park. This was our first such experience in 30 years of traveling. - Jake the plumber
Jul 2016 - $40.00
For starters, yes, it is very windy here. Which in the summer is not a bad thing. The week I stayed here the temperatures hovered around 100 degrees each day so the winds were a welcome relief. The camp sites are spacious and paved. The bathrooms and facilities are clean and overall the campground is very, very clean. But there are some very real cons to staying here.
1.) This campground is located north of the Antioch Bridge, which crosses the San Joaquin River linking Antioch, California with Sherman Island in southern Sacramento County. This means every time you come back from the city to the campground you pay $5 toll to cross the bridge.
2.) There are no laundry facilities on site and the nearest laundromat is 10 miles away...and you pay a $5 toll coming back across the bridge.
3.) The gates to the RV park close at 10 PM. You can still drive in and out of the park after 10 PM, but the gates are not automatic, which means opening and closing them in high winds is a hassle. And they kind of highlight the fact that there are seedy people fishing along the canal adjacent to the RV park at night.
4.) Only UPS and FedEx deliver to the RV park. The USPS does NOT. So if you want deliveries you better make sure they are coming from UPS and FedEx ONLY. Remember, both services use USPS to deliver packages, too. So even if you think your supplies are coming from UPS and FedEx, they don't always arrive that way. Your only recourse is then driving 10 miles to the post office to pick up your packages.
5.) The road to and from the RV park on Sherman Island is bumpy. Very bumpy. You better drive 25 to 35 mph on that sucker or else everything in your cupboards will end up on the floor. I kid you not.
6.) Internet is not really available. There is a WiFI company that provides Internet to people who stay here, but for a fee. However, in the week I stayed there I was never ever able to connect. And according to one of the site managers, using is isn't cheap and it is super slow.
On the plus side, you get two nights free after paying for a 5 nights stay. - Johnny Blood
Jun 2016 - $40.00
Yes, it is windy here, and the road coming in is narrow and on the levee, but it is passable, and the campground is more than worth the drive from Route 12. Sites are very large, not crowded together, and very clean and well-taken care of. It is also very quiet because it is away from traffic and main roads. It is nice to have plenty of room to park a vehicle next to your RV and still have room to sit outside with chairs and a picnic table. Verizon data signal was 3-4 bars of 4G service. - judy_online
May 2014 - $29.00
A rare 10 from us!! A very remote park right next to the Sacramento River. Concrete pavers throughout the park for the sites and the roads. Utility hookups were convenient and we had a good line of sight for our satellite dish. Sites were exceptionally wide and long and there was great distance between sites. We had water problems so we had to use the park showers for the first time since full timing began almost 5 years ago and they were OK. We would stay here again. - Bob & Jo