18 Parks near Winters, California
Apr 2015 - $18.00
We have stayed at this park so many times I have lost count. We love it's close proximity to home and quietness during the week. We stay in both the spring and fall as it can get hot in the summer. We have never made a reservation for a weekday stay and have always had lots of spaces from which to choose. This is what I would call a "rustic" park. It is definitely not fancy. The restrooms are old but mostly clean. My husbands uses them but I prefer our rv. There is a free dump station. The peacocks are fun to watch as they strut their stuff. They are noisy during the day but settle in the trees at night. There are also wild turkeys, an occasional coyote howling at night and lots of walking areas. We have kayaked many times in the "lake" although we no longer have kayaks. - scenic route
May 2014 - $35.00
I arrived a few days before the holiday weekend and there were only a handful of sites occupied. The neighbor a few sites down said it had been pretty empty for a few days. So why were the bathrooms dirty? Dead bugs, leaves, and dirt on the shower floor. Thank goodness I have a bathroom in my rig. The park filled up for the holiday weekend and apparently they do not have restrictions for the number of people on a site. The site next to me had 3 large tents and a travel trailer. The site next to them - part of the group - had 4 tents and no travel trailer. Security knew because they cited them twice for loud noise. The park does have full time peacock residents that are beautiful. I had to get work done on the RV and Camping World is about half hour away. Great store/service. The park location is good for visiting San Francisco and Point Reyes National Park. Wish I had more time exploring San Francisco - a great place to explore on foot. I would stay here again if nothing else available but would spend extra time looking for something else first. - obxblond
Sep 2012 - $35.00
The infrastructure is older and because it is county run, a lot of deferred maintenance. Roads are narrow, and you must be careful with trees as you drive. There are only a couple of sites with sewer and the dump stations are in the middle of the park (which for us meant driving around the park again to get to them). But it is a pretty setting, lake is nice. We rented a canoe and had a good time. Winters is also a nice dining town (supposedly 1/3 of UC Davis employees make up residents). - sheltieRV
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
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
Jul 2016 - $49.00
This is an old, rustic, heavily used RV park with narrow gravel roads and sites. But there's nothing wrong with any of that. It's an RV park. You would be hard pressed to find a better location in the area. The gentleman who checked us in was fantastic. We had no problem negotiating our 27-foot Airstream through the roads and into our site. I did notice longer rigs having a little trouble getting around...but they did. It's definitely not the prettiest campground. Our pull-through was in an all-gravel area which seemed a little bleak especially given the temperatures closing in on 100 degrees. This is a park where you put down stakes and then go out and enjoy the surrounding area. You'll be a little disappointed if your plan was to stay in and enjoy the RV park itself. - Paul Goodspeed
Jul 2016 - $28.00
The rate reflects a monthly rate. Verizon 4g and Sprint data has good reception. The staff was decent enough to deal with except for 1 person that was very nasty to everyone that walked into the office. The bathrooms are cleaned once a day but are used a lot, so they don't stay clean for very long. The roads and sites are mainly gravel, so there is a lot of dust. Overall, this is not a great park but it is one of the best options in the area. - Lost Traveler
May 2016 - $49.00
First of all the wifi was rock solid so that was a plus. Cable only 24 channels.
Site was ridiculous. We were so close on one side the slideouts nearly touched. On the other side we couldn't put our awning out because of a tree.
But our biggest problem was gravel. Both sites & road were pea gravel (untamped) making the dust fly in whenever anyone passed. Which because there is no speed limit was always way too fast. Leaving was an adventure for both us & our neighbors as the road is so narrow & rutted both of us gals had to stand out there to make sure the wheels didn't run off into the rough because no one made sure that the cars left at least 8 feet.
We have stayed at over a dozen RV Resorts this trip between Washington & southern California and this was by far the worst. Oh and the sheriff's cars were a nice touch. - sparkleplenty
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
Jul 2015 - $30.00
One of nicest fairgrounds parks we have stayed at in 3 yrs. of full timing. Gravel, 50A, level, a bit of a lip/gutter to get over from driveway. Sparsely (but nicely) landscaped with citrus trees. Only about 16 sites here, south side of town of Dixon. No amenities but great stopover base to work from. Travel to Sacto is a pain most anytime of day, usual, miserable, CA traffic mess (Californians on the whole are some of the worst drivers in our nation!). The park has a nice grass area adjacent to the RV area, surprisingly fairly green despite nasty drought. - rvrrat520
Jun 2012 - $30.00
If you are looking for primitive style dry-camp this may be the place for you. I had site #103 just above the water. I was in a 26 Foot C Class but a much longer rig would fit on this site. Be careful which site you reserve as many will not fit a motor home even though they say they will. (I went in my car ahead of time to pick a site.) My site was fairly level with fire pit and picnic table. No other amenities at this park. No running water or flush toilets, but they say they are coming. I was able to get my satellite easily. - Tony T
May 2011 - $35.00
At this point, this facility is dry camping only--there are not even water faucets in the campground. There are some clean portal-potty's available. Other than that, the campground staff is friendly and helpful, the sites are well maintained and level, and have new picnic tables and fire rings. Most sites are lakefront. A big launch ramp is available for boats. Hook-ups are planned for the future. - morganhillers
Jun 2008 - $50.00
This is a great RV park for boating and fishing and is right on the marina of Lake Berryessa in Napa. It is located right on the water with a fair number of sites on the waterfront. There are a number of spots that offer good shade, but many of the sites do not have any cover. Basically a parking lot right next to the waterfront, but it is convenient for those who are using the lake for recreational boating. Each site has a BBQ and picnic table, but no fire pits. Guests may use their guest slips on a first come first serve basis or you can rent your own slip at a minimal cost at the marina. They also have a pool and a swim/picnic area. During the peak season, there is a restaurant and an ice cream shop on site within a 10 min walk. Right next to the marina there is a general store and a snack shop. This is our campground of choice when we go to Lake Berryessa. - tagalongwife
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
Jun 2016 - $35.00
Plain flat dirt with full hookups. Some traffic noise if there is something going on at the fair grounds but very convenient for an over night stay, what we did, or if you are visiting. There is no restrooms but a great place to run/walk your dog. We had a nice pull through with lots of space for our 35ft rv and toad. We would stay again, just don't expect a lot and you will be fine. - G Hall
Jul 2015 - $35.00
Level, dirt parking lot next to fairgrounds. No services, no table - but 50 amp power, water and sewer all functional and area was fairly clean. It is a little pricey for what you get, but it was very convenient to visit family in Woodland and no other choices. Plenty big and roomy for the biggest rigs. Check out for events - we experienced a car show and quite the noise for one evening until midnight. No worries about security. Would stay again if needing to be in Woodland . . . . simply no other options without going further out. You can make reservations on line; or on site with an "iron ranger". First come first served sites, even with reservation . They do come around and check if you've paid! - subaru
Jan 2013 - $35.00
For what you get this is really expensive. But it is the only park for many miles. We were the only people here. It is next to a trailer park which was not very attractive. We were here for 3 days to visit family in Davis. Would not stay here again if there was a choice. - Ross Brand
Oct 2005 - $30.00
We stayed here a few times. The view of the water is very nice. Great place to launch your boat. The staff was very nice and helpful. A few of them could use some cleaning up. The place NEEDS some serious upgrading especially the bathrooms. The bathrooms were DIRTY. If you saw the clean up crew it makes a bit sense. Would be nice if the RV sites had BBQ pits only the tiny cabins had them. No sewer but the honey truck was there every morning. This place is probably the better RV parks in the area. - cbettex
Jun 2016 - $20.00
I agree with other comments about the two sections with the pet section being inferior. However, the site was spacious and very quiet, considering it is on an air base. A great bargain for the area. We would definitely stay there again. - Joe Brunold
Jun 2015 - $20.00
This is a nice campground, ideally located for us to visit the Lake Tahoe and Napa area by car during our six-night visit. We were in the "no animals" part of the park, arguably the nicer part. The back-in gravel pads (no pull-throughs) are narrow, and the hedges that separate each site make the sites even narrower. We had full hook-ups with 50 amp service. The campground is just inside the main gate, easily accessed by making the first right turn followed by another immediate right turn.
We arrived on Saturday to find the office closed on weekends. However, the manager happened to be driving past the campground and saw us arrive. He stopped by to welcome us and give us a lay of the land. Our name and site assignment were prominently displayed on a list in the office window. The office is only open for limited hours on weekday mornings and afternoons.
The campground claims to have basic cable TV available for free; however, we could not get any stations. We were told that long-term visitors can pay for a cable box through the local cable provider. We were able to get excellent digital TV coverage over the air for free.
One must pay for Wi-Fi. We did, and it was a waste of money. We could access the Internet less than half the time, and would often lose the signal and have to attempt to login over and over. Definitely not worth the cost.
All in all, the location and reasonable nightly cost make this a worthwhile stop. Strongly suggest having reservations. - TGOHal
Apr 2015 - $13.00
Very nice FamCamp with a nice laundry room, clean restrooms and showers, and thoughtful layout. There is a pet area and a non-pet area, so if you don't want to camp near anyone with a pet, you have that option as pets are not allowed in part of the FamCamp. We never saw anyone in the camp office. They are only open for a few hours in the morning and a few hours in the afternoon. They close for lunch in the middle of the day, which is when we arrived, so we self-registered, which was an easy process. No WiFi, no cable. Our AT&T hotspot worked fine and antenna picked up all major networks. - LifeRidingShotgun