10 RV Parks near Tulelake, California
1 Indian Well Campground Trail Tulelake, California 96134 (map) | (530) 667-8113
Sites: 43 | Latest Rate: $5.00 | 6 Reviews
Oct 2016 - $5.00
Our rate reflects the 50% national park pass discount. The B loop seemed to have bigger spaces, many of which are a bump out off to the side of the road. So if you don't get one on the right side of the road, your door will open to the road. Or you can drive the wrong way down the road to get the door opening off the road (as we did) and hope you can pull out without meeting any cars. All the roads are asphalt, but the rest of the site is pretty much dirt. Lots of small trees and shrubs for shade, and the sites are nicely spaced. The bathrooms were clean and well maintained. We had good cell coverage and actually had TV on the antenna. - ALbums
Sep 2015 - $5.00
I could spend a week here , so much to see & do! Rangers were very friendly & helpful.
Good Verizon cell serivce , not for big rigs , tents on the A loop & everyone else on the B loop I think.
It's dry camping but in the junipers on a mountain with a view. Clean quiet enjoyable , I will return on any trip to Reno or not! - packardrob
Jun 2014 - $10.00
Stayed here a few weeks ago. if you are spending a few days in the park, it's the place to camp (Tule lake is a good 30 minute drive away). As another reviewer pointed out, the sites are a little awkward but everyone makes it work without hassle. We stayed in kind of a curbside spot which was fine for our trailer and we could still pull our vehicle up to the side. There were also back in and pull through sites - several sites for sure were really only suitable for tent camping. Restrooms were really clean. There were lots of flies, so beware. The rating takes into account the location - the caves are really neat to check out, you can access several without being in super great shape (we did it with our kids). We also hiked the cinder cone with the fire lookout tower - the ranger up there was really nice! If you have kids, be sure to do junior ranger program! - chit_chat
Aug 2010 - $7.00
If you are visiting nearby Lava Beds National Monument this is the place for you. This area is a hidden gem. Medicine Lake is a beautiful alpine lake in the caldera of a huge shield volcano at 6,700 feet. There is first come, first serve lakeside camping in four national forest campgrounds with no hookups, showers or frills. What you do get is lakeside camping, utter quiet, great fishing, a nice swimming beach and lots of hiking right from your spot. There are four campgrounds along the lake: Hemlock, some nice sights, but better for tents than RV's. A.H. Houge, great lakeside spots with plenty of good RV spots. This is where we stayed. Medicine, similar and next door to A.H. Hogue Headquarters, smaller CG and at end of lake away from swimming. The drive to Lava Beds is 15 miles on a good National Forest road. The first part is paved one lane with turnouts and is very good, then you will hit an unpaved section for several miles, but it is in great shape, then the last few miles are paved but you do have to play dodge-em-pothole. Lava Beds is worth it. It is home to 21 easily accessible lava tube caves and some great Modoc War history. Combine some fabulous alpine camping in an amazing spot with some exploration of this unappreciated area. If you are heading from Lassen NP to Crater Lake and Bend this is a great place to stay. - tiptoe tommy
Oct 2015 - $35.00
I have stayed here numerous times in the past, 20 years ago. Then this RV park was a great place. Now, unfortunately the owners simply are not putting any time into it. Sewer connections are plugged beyond hope so be sure the site you pick will drain. Women's restroom was so dirty my wife refused to use the shower. Men's side was a little better. Dump station, which we had to use since our site's sewer connection was clogged, was good but the hose connection for rinsing was out of service. We had to stretch our own hose from a nearby faucet to rinse things off. The park is used by Waterfowl hunters, most of which are friendly but be aware they leave for their hunting grounds very early in the morning. They also have a very nice "picking" room for the hunters that is usually kept clean, unfortunately when we visited it was disgustingly a mess. To bad, this was once a great park. - Tahoe1840
Aug 2016 - $18.00
Nice grassy area. About 25 back-in sites. Clean electric/sewer/water connections. Only 2 other campers. The sites are close together but with only 2 others in camp we parked our tow vehicle in the site next door. Nice clean restrooms with showers at the end of the row of campsites. NO PASSPORT America discount. Regular "special" rate is $18 night. They also offer a monthly rate. Nice and quiet. I would definitely come back here. - catrst
Jul 2016 - $18.00
It is located at the Butte Valley Fairgrounds. It is nice grass parking site. - AL123
Oct 2015 - $18.00
We had plans to spend two nights here, and were told by phone that there were many open sites (Their Passport America Ad advertises 70 sites). On arrival, we found that there were only 24 sites with hookups, and only a few with 50A power, and most were taken by waterfowl hunters. Sites are grass, which was long, and not very level. The first site we tried was a 50A site but our surge protector displayed a "reverse polarity" error and wouldn't connect. We tried two others, both 30A with the same error reading. As a result, we left without staying. - Meanderman
May 2016 - $28.00
Great park, stayed there the summer while working nearby, had a good time. The owner rescued us when I had a flat tire on a back road, good WIFI, close to a market. - Jose2
Sep 2014 - $27.00
Not really for big rigs, although we had no problem. We were in a back-in that was long enough, but these are very few. This is a very small park. All gravel but level. The washrooms were clean. Mostly seasonal and full time residents but all campers were well maintained with friendly occupants. Does not take credit cards. Wi-Fi was quite good. - jeffnbarb
May 2014 - $30.00
This is a very clean, friendly park to stay in. The owners are wonderful people who welcome all with a smile and a safe comfortable RV Park to stay in. The restrooms are spotless! Highly recommend this park. - The May's
May 2017 - $25.00
This is a lovely spot next to a small lake in a very quiet 55+ community (RV sites on the opposite side of the lake). Staff couldn't have been nicer. Only drawbacks were 1) they charge $20/night extra for 50 amp, which we couldn't use anyway because 2) the sites are not very conducive to trailers/5th wheels. Hookups were at the rear or on the wrong side (and we made our reservations several weeks in advance for mid-week during the first week of May). We had to back up almost to the pedestal, add our 50-to-30 amp extension, get very close to the neighbor, and block his view of the lake. It was fine for an overnight stay. No sewer hookups or dump station - there's a honey wagon that visits on certain days or the fairgrounds down the road. Good cell service and over-the-air TV. - Keeping up with the Joneses
Jun 2015 - $18.00
The rate is based on the weekly rate. As mentioned in other reviews, it is mostly an RV park with park model homes. The few sites for rent are on gravel, fairly level and shaded. Along with the trees come lots of birds... It is very quiet. There is no wifi or cable but you get several channels with just your antenna. It has a sign that indicates it's a 55+ park but that may just be for the residents. No extras but not a bad deal. The owner is extremely nice. She only accepts cash. - Susan C.
Jul 2013 - $19.00
This small park, with most of its sites occupied by permanent residents, is located in an agricultural area adjacent to a sizeable pond. It’s very quiet, but expect a high population of insects. Only a few sites have a sewer connection. Instead, the owner pumps directly from your unit to a portable tank once a week. The resident owners are very friendly and always willing to assist visitors, a factor that overcomes many of the shortcomings of the park. There is an excellent selection of cable channels, and a dedicated wash area for vehicles. Brushes and hoses are supplied here in the event that you don’t have them. I didn’t use Wi-Fi due to a strong Verizon signal available here. I’d suggest calling in advance to determine site availability as there are very few available. - GreenMtn08
Aug 2016 - $22.00
We stayed for a week. This is an older park but is a jewel. We camped on grass. Space was level and we had satellite access at our site. The owners are great people and very helpful. We enjoy the trains, but, there was one every 4-5 hours. There was more noise from the trucks coming down the hill. The evenings are quiet with a great view of the stars at night. The town of Doris is small but Klamath falls is only 18 miles away. I would give it a 10 if it had 50 amps. Will definitely stay here again. As full time rv'ers this is one of our favorite parks. - jo dee
May 2016 - $32.00
Easy access off Hwy 97, but it is right next to train tracks. Train seems to come through every 1-2 hours and blows the horn. Facility was clean, but very old. Nice large area to walk dogs. Level dirt space for trailer, so I would not want to camp during the winter since it would be quite muddy. Good stop for overnight stay. Cash only, no discounts accepted. - CaTrekker
Sep 2015 - $30.00
A beautiful park with great view of Mt. Shasta. Near the Oregon border with plenty of birds and wildlife. - rvparkuser1961
Jul 2016 - $25.00
We stayed at Hawks Nest for 1 week. I don't understand the positive reviews or the GoodSam rating. What is wrong with this park let me count the ways.
1) Dirt, Dirt and more Dirt. The roads are gravel but the pull-thrus 11-14 are dirt. I am talking about red powdery dirt the consistency of flour which sticks to everything. When the wind blows there are dust devils. Very unpleasant. Unable to sit outside
2) Wi-Fi or the lack of it. They advertise free Wi-Fi, but you can't get a signal unless you are on top of the hot spot. Forcing you to sit outside to get online.
3) Laundry: The laundry room is the size of a closet with just 1 washer and 1 dryer. It was dirty and dusty, which meant there was no place to fold clothes.
4) Did I mention the dirt
5) Bathrooms: The bathrooms were clean but another camper said that the woman's shower was full of hair and has been like that for a couple of days. According to a person who cleans the cabins, there is nobody to clean the showers.
6) The management is not very organized. When I made my reservation I talked to somebody who I later found out was the owner. I called later to confirm my reservation with the person in the office and was told there was no reservation
7) Don't believe the web site.. "country store, rec room, free Wi-Fi, clean laundry, barbecue area, picnic tables, immaculate free showers for park guests and so much more" There is no country store. The nearest gas station/stores is 35 miles away.
The only plus is that sites 11-14 are really big and wide. And close to the Lava beds. I would recommend stay 1-2 days at the most just to explore the caves. - newbies2016
Oct 2015 - $25.00
This is a nice park a bit out off the beaten track but convenient to Lava Beds NM and wildlife refuges. Very friendly owner, quiet and secluded, and easy maneuvering for big rigs. Sites are roomy, finely packed gravel, and without grass. While shaded, there's room for a clear shot to TV satellites although and are a surprising number of OTA channels. Verizon cell and data were very good. We experienced occasional fluctuating voltage which caused our surge protector to shut down our power. Overall a comfortable stay in an area with few options. - Meanderman
Sep 2014 - $25.00
What a great find!! My wife and I were spending some time in the Mountains to fish the local rivers and lakes. We stumbled across this park as a possibility since it was outside Tulelake, CA near Medicine Lake (off Hwy 139) and thought we would give it a try. Caught my limit 3 days in a row both Brook and Rainbow Trout. Absolutely wonderful, peaceful and relaxing. Although there are no cable hook ups, we had no problem getting a signal from our HD antenna. In fact, watched Thursday night football while sitting outside having a glass of wine and enjoying the many deer (does and their fawns) cruise the campground. Owners/Managers (husband & wife) are very friendly and take pride in the property. The drive to the park is off Hwy 139 onto 97 to Medicine Lake don't rely on GPS or use the coordinates to get you to the park. It's approximately 3 miles from Hwy 139. You may feel as though you're lost at first but you'll see the signs to the park. Just ensure that you stay at Hawk's NEST don't confuse it with Eagle's NEST. Remember you're in the mountains the park is 4000' and Medicine Lake is a short 25 mile drive that is 8,000' elevation. We camped here in a MH 40', nice level pads (space 11) and plenty of room for the slides. Rated it a 9 only because of the dirt pads and dust but owners are working on it. Definitely would stay here again. - Brooks Hall
May 2017 - $28.00
This park is PAST a park with a similar name, the Hawk's Nest RV Park. The owners of this park are exceptionally nice and helpful people. They are full of information on the area. The park consists of a beautiful grassy area with all pull through sites of adequate space. Each site has a tree, may 12 feet high and 2 inches at the base, so some effort to provide shade has been made. The utilities worked well. Of special note is that the Wi Fi has been excellent. So many RV parks are poor in this area. We use internet access to make our further travel plans, so this is important to us. - Bill from Seattle
Jun 2016 - $28.00
Wonderful spot on the grass. Great night skies and close to Lava Beds and Klamath Lakes Wildlife refuge. Wonderful owners, very helpful. Hats are available free of charge for caving. Great Wifi as well. A place we will come back to! - AdrianaW
Jul 2015 - $22.00
What a wonderful campground. We were warmly greeted at the gate by the owner and invited to choose any open site and set up. Green grass everywhere, so inviting.
We had planned to only stay one night and head out early to continue on our way. After talking to Craig and learning of all the interesting places to visit nearby we decided to stay another night. We will definitely be back so we can explore the areas we missed.
Eagles Nest is a very peaceful place and gives you the opportunity to observe a sky at night overflowing with stars.
The owners, Craig and Barbara are on site and a wealth of information for the area. They are also beautiful, down to earth people. Can't wait to pass this way again. - AZ Tug
Apr 2017 - $50.00
This visit was a pleasant surprise. We stayed here last year and it was not a good experience, we swore we would never return! This year, totally positive. I called after 5 pm and asked for a pull through big enough for a 40 footer towing. The young man on the phone went out of his way to find me a spot. I arrived about 39 minutes later and was greeted by a delightful lady who handled registration and led me to my space. I don't know if the park had a change of ownership or what, but we will definitely stop here again! - Mike 9843
Mar 2017 - $30.00
Very short pull thru spaces. Our 31 foot RV and toad barley fit. Men's restroom closed for renovation and was told bring wife with you to women's to stand guard if you want to use. Older park with some run down long term rvs. - Marcusf
Nov 2016 - $32.00
Seems to be a great half way point to Reno so lots of snowbird travelers By evening the place was fairly full. Showers space was tight and with a little rickety stool there wasn't much room to dry off and dress. I like hot showers and the water wasn't hot enough for me. But saying that, the staff was friendly, there were plenty of washers and dryers, you could get propane there and the well stocked store was nice. - Desertthorn