28 Parks near Travis AFB, California
922 West Brannan Island Road Isleton, California 95641 (map) | (916) 777-5588
Sites: 135 | Latest Rate: $40.00 | 15 Reviews
May 2016 - $40.00
Very clean, bath house has been recently renovated and saw maintenance people painting and working on other upgrades. Staff was friendly and accommodating, pretty grounds (love the big trees), and convenient location on the Delta Loop. I had a very relaxing visit - birdsong during the day, crickets and frogs at night. If you come in spring like I did you beat the crowds and everything is amazingly green.
Note that while this place is right on the San Joaquin river the campsites do not have water views. None of the RV parks in this area have water views because they're all on the other side of levees by necessity. That being said, the water is just on the other side of the levee road and the fishing dock offers good sunset views. I'd definitely stay again. - BeckyIO
Apr 2015 - $25.00
The campground is not clean and needs maintenance. This park does not feel like a KOA; it's more like a poorly operated privately owned park. Nice trees throughout the park is the only real positive feature. The roads and sites are dirt. Our MH shakes when vehicles drive by because of the spongy ground. There were only a few occupied RV's during our stay. There are few long term RV's (trailers) in the park that are in fair condition. It is very quiet at night., but at about 6:00am several people leave for work in their noisy diesel trucks. During the day there is mild noise from farm equipment, but generally it is pleasantly quiet. Sites are rather close but with few RV's in the park it is quite pleasant; I'm sure that will change soon. Typical 30/50 electric. Site is level but uneven. Ground is soft so use pads. The water has about 35psi and is quite cold but smells and tastes of minerals (zinc?) Water was turned off for 24 hours for maintenance without notice, just a note on the office door that I happened to see. The sewer connection is quite high, about a foot above grade. No cable, but OTA from Sacramento is very good. Internet access is sporadic at best, usually it just doesn't work and that's with only a few park guests. It is free, so I guess you get what you pay for. T-Mobile hotspot is good enough for basic internet. The laundry needs help. Cabin linens are stacked everywhere. Four washers/dryers that have seen better days. $1.25/wash .75/dry. The shower/restrooms are kept clean but also need help. They wash down the walls and floor but there is poor ventilation so it condensates and drips off the ceiling. The pool is very small. Closed at this time and not maintained; looks like a stagnant pond. The staff was average; no problems. There were no social events during our stay and no evidence of park organized activities. This park is very remote on bad roads. Many miles to shopping or other services. There are a few restaurants nearby. - Wiyndog
May 2014 - $32.00
Haven't been here in a few years. Nothing fancy but quiet and clean. Dirt/grass sites kinda level. It's messy in the rain. Lots of shade trees, which keep it cool. Staff was helpful, Wi-Fi was fast, restrooms were old but clean and stocked. Dog park is nice and in the shade. We will be back. - Tredguy
Jul 2016 - $4.00
I only seem to review parks when I really like them or don't. You will not have to guess which one this is. Firstly, this is not big rig friendly. Your experience begins on the approach, a narrow twisting road on a levee for about 2.5 miles, when you arrive and must descend a single lane, very steep drop off the levee to the park. What goes down must come up. The park is very poorly maintained: dusty roads, bumpy grass (sort of grass) sites, and very poor electric. I never looked in the showers etc, but the building looked very tired. Mostly permanents (maybe seasonal), but very few transients. My 50 amp connection was not working (causing my surge protector to hum) and not delivering power to the coach. The one small bright spot was when a maintenance man came over to check out the humming, and informed me that this site had poor power and I should move to another. He did assist me and we found another site and we were able to stay the night, but left the next day. The ride up the hill to the levee was equally challenging and I was very pleased to be on my way. Would not ever return (even for free). - Woody1
Apr 2016 - $7.00
First time to this park, and the last. Stayed here with Coast to Coast discount. Was charged $7.00 nightly for full hookup but only had 30 amp available, and we had to use adjoining electric because our electric was not working. Reported it to management but nothing ever happened to fix problem. Campsite was in a grassy area but probably had not been mowed in several months, grass all around was very tall which made it a mosquito haven. Staff were friendly but resort needs to fix gravel roads and general lawn maintenance. Stayed just down the road at another campground which was much more appealing and no fees. - Dedra C
Jul 2015 - $11.00
Campground nicely shaded by a canopy of trees along gravel driveways.
The biggest drawback to this park is the well deserved reputation for having long-term members in row E who disrespect the people passing through. The long-term members tend to annoy, harass, and disrespect the other campers.
Management has little control over these long-term dwellers who have a sense of entitlement.
Would we camp there again? Only of there were sites available away from row E. - Wanders
Apr 2016 - $50.00
A very nice park with super location for touring the Napa Valley. It is on the fair ground property but feels nicely removed from it yet convenient walking into Napa proper. The sites are all paved, level and generous in size. We had booked just two nights and would have loved more but they were full. The camp host is great. He has been there for 11 years and works like crazy to keep the park spotless and safe which we truly appreciate. There are rules to follow and they would be enforced but that is what most Rvers appreciate. Thank you! We loved being able to walk into town. Great restaurants of course. Gotts drive-in worth a lunch and the Ox-bow market next door is great, and all just a few minutes walk from the park. Touring the valley from here super easy. Don't miss going North on the Silverado Trail, a much easier drive especially with your rig than 28. We will be back to this park for an extended stay! - Ryno
Apr 2016 - $45.00
This is a small park (28 spaces), but it really worked well for us. Our space was long - we could easily park behind our rig with plenty of pavement to spare. Grass surrounds all of the sites, and the camp hosts were busy busy busy keeping it all mowed and trimmed and everything tidy. WiFi worked well, but there is no cable and we really had a hard time bringing in local TV stations over our digital antenna (thankfully, RedBox is close by). There is shopping and restaurants south and north, and "wine country" is just out your door and up the road a little ways.
Also, about every two spaces, you have your own garbage and recycle can in a little enclosure right in front of the rigs. Very handy!
Our one little nit-pick is coming and going into and out of the park. We just about drove past the place, as the sign is very small. Also, there is one of those triangle-things where the access road meets the main road, making you make only right turns when leaving the park (we cheated a few times, but it really is a bad corner as traffic comes zooming around from the north). That triangle kind of gets in the way as you first enter the park, so give yourself plenty of room if coming from the south to swing around and make the turn (we have a 36' motorhome pulling a Honda CR/V).
If we're ever in the area again, staying here would be an absolute no-brainer! - coffeetime
Mar 2016 - $45.00
For Napa we were very happy to get a spot at this Park. Nice grassy spots outside your concrete pad with tables. If you go out back expo gates you are two blocks from downtown. Directions to Park - it is important to follow the RV park directions so you go in a gate that is open. Small park so reserve early as popular. - Scooterd16
Jun 2008 - $35.00
This park will be closing July 13. Very minimal hookups. We dried camp in our RV. Convenient place for launching your boats. Dusty dirty camping. Obnoxious loud foul mouthed campers. People above us were wasted. A few had fallen and rolled down the hill and some were puking right above us. Not a place to bring your kids due to some of the choice words our fellow trashy campers used. Not a peaceful quiet stay at all. A lot of drunk people throughout. Loud and inconsiderate. Some were kicked out at 4:00am for fighting. Security could not keep up having to warn campers to quiet down. Paid in full during reservation and we were told that 2 cars per spot. Not true and charged us extra for 2nd vehicle. Hopefully the new owners will clean up the place. It needs major updating. Overall too much riff raff and the staff are clueless. The nice thing is that we were able to keep our generators on longer since no one else was respecting the quiet time. We were also off away from most. Could be a descent park if there was a way to weed out the lowlifes. Maybe if this was mostly an RV park it would be better. - cbettex
May 2008 - $45.00
Absolutely beautiful, clean and wonderful!! We will return again and again! - nursetastic
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
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
Aug 2015 - $36.00
All sites are back in. RV's park on level gravel. Tow vehicles park on an asphalt pad. There is a concrete patio with a nice metal picnic table on each site. No cable but 27 over the air channels. WI-FI was free. Depending on time of day, WI-FI could be very slow. Had to get access code for WI-FI and gate code from office. AT&T phone service worked well. Nice lawn leading down to Sacramento River. Can hear vehicles on highway.Very windy every afternoon. Good lighted fishing piers. - travelcouple
Mar 2016 - $65.00
This was our very 1st trip in our 5th wheel. All of the staff was very friendly and helpful. The pull-thru site is a grassy area which made leveling difficult. The site we were assigned to was not very level, however they were very accommodating and let us move to one that was a little better. I would not recommend the pull-thru sites. The other sites are gravel and would recommend any of those sites. There was a heavy rain storm the week before causing a problem with the water. Because of this they supplied bottled water. The only other problem is getting there. The only way to is the long way because large vehicles cannot use the ferry causing an addition 45min drive. I would definitely stay there again, if it wasn't for the high price. - newbies2016
May 2015 - $45.00
We went to Snug Harbor from May 11, 2015 to May 15, 2015
(4 nights). It's a beautiful park surrounded by the Delta just off the Sacramento River. Very friendly people in the store and on the grounds. Our space was a little unlevel. Docks and ramps are in good shape. I would have given the park a 10 put the boat launch site is very narrow for a class A motor home. There is a large tree that got in our way and rubbed the top of our rig while trying to back up and launch our PWC. It was a GREAT site to receive a Direct TV signal. - RvStarShip
Oct 2014 - $49.00
This park has many nice sites right along the river. River sites are gravel, however there are pull-through sites through the middle that are grass. There are many trailers that remain there permanently and a lot of mobile homes with both permanent residents and used as rentals. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Many docks available for fishing or if you brought your boat. Our only negative comment would be there are some areas that look trashy and could use some simple cleaning up which would greatly improve the appearance of the park.. - dring
Jun 2016 - $2.00
This is a membership park and it is our "home base". We have been members for 1-year and have camped here 4 times. Each time we return they have added something new. At this visit they had new fencing, plants and decking for all of the cabins and office areas.
Most of the campers who visit have their dogs with them, so we would like to see a dog park set up near the office area and/or near the bathroom at the campground area by the dam. We would also like to see a small shop where camping accessories can be purchased since the nearest town is Winters, 10-miles away. - G_Barbosa
May 2016 - $1.00
Stayed here for a week with Coast to Coast. Very nice campground with a nice creek running through park. Enjoyed seeing the baby geese. Personnel were very friendly and maintenance has the landscaping looking nice. No AT&T coverage and could not get over the air television but did use television in lodge. Made for a peaceful stay. Grass and gravel sites and gravel/dirt roads. Very nice place, would stay here again. - Dedra C
Jun 2015 - $1.00
Stayed and Vista resorts Canyon Creek on 5/29/15 for the weekend. We joined the campground about 3 years ago. They were very nice before we joined and then after we joined it totally changed. It's more like a boot camp than a campground, the staff are very disrespectful and rude. They always try to overcharge us when we stay. If our RV is just 1" out of the boundary of your spot they will tell you to move . The sites are very small; RVs don't fit properly. Bathrooms are dirty and never have soap or bathroom tissue in them. I only go because I paid over $13,000 for the membership which now I realize was a total rip off and stuck with. I truly wish I could go back in time and not join. Do not go. It is not worth it, they are totally rude and disrespectful . They even had dogs running around with no leashes at the weekend. There was a lot of people parking on the grass and they was never told to move. All in all not a very nice stay we couldn't wait to go home. - Wendyuk03
Jun 2016 - $32.00
The park itself is huge, but a tiny campground. Some full time residents. One was a newer one with a temp tag from 2015 still on it. The sites are very close together. Site was fairly level, gravel roads and site. We did have a picnic table. The full hookup sites are first come first served. Otherwise you just get water and electric. It is nice and quiet, but there is nothing stopping the day use park visitors from entering the campground. - Vicki K
May 2016 - $35.00
Sites and roads are gravel. The weeds around the sites are 2' to 3' tall. They advertise that they have WiFi, and even give you the ID and passwords. But it doesn't work in the park. It only works standing by the entrance gate. No cable, but a decent antenna signal. There is a garden a short walk from the RV park that has interesting plants, flowers and trees. That's worth a visit. The RV park....not so much. - ta96silver
Feb 2016 - $32.00
This was our fourth stay at Skyline, and accept for 12 straight days of continuous rain, it was great. It is rustic, and in a beautiful park location. Good hiking, although dogs are not allowed on the trails. It has a world class disc golf course, and they was a national tournament (in the rain) while we were here. There is a great dog park and the staff is very cooperative. One of our favorite parks anywhere. Lot spacing is spacious with some shade. Site surface is gravel and features a picnic table. - Dynotrekker
Mar 2016 - $35.00
Good friendly service for a big city campground. Most units appeared to be long-term people working in the area. Hwy noise is prominent. Site not level despite asphalt pad. Two foot grass patch between sites. Laundry on site. Wifi slow, cable Is mostly SD channels and grainy. - Sasquatchewan
May 2015 - $35.00
Fine for an overnight stay, especially if you do not need to use their restrooms. Park is okay and lady at desk was very nice/helpful & they provide good information.
Park is hard to find - you need to do a hairpin turn immediately after leaving freeway and go back under the over bridge on a frontage road.
Lot of permanents and is right beside freeway but noise was bearable. Restrooms are in need of cleaning and refurbishment. - Kiwigirl
Sep 2014 - $30.00
Staff was very friendly this place is more of an overnight or long time residence. Not nice neighborhood. Best thing I can say is we barely fit and the staff were great. Warning signs all over about break ins and theft. Bathrooms were clean. - MW91301