7 Parks near Yreka, California
Sep 2016 - $32.00
This park could have gone in either direction. It isn't 'beautiful' and the spaces are a little tight but there are some shade trees. That said, the utilities all work and it is pretty quiet aside from a potential Friday night race at the nearby fairgrounds. There are RV sites at the front and some trailers at the back with long term residents. Some of the RV'ers look like they've been here for awhile but it isn't too junked up. The real make or break here is that the owners/staff are nice and honest people who try to make things go well for guests. In all, I wouldn't come here as my vacation destination per se but I'm more than happy with the site and service for a brief stop during a long trip. It looks like the owners are working to improve the place. - skyshark
Jul 2016 - $38.00
I've stayed here before, and this time we actually stayed an extra night because we loved it so much. I just love this place, so clean and peaceful. Everyone is so friendly. This is will definitely be our stop when we go through this way! Love it! Thanks for making our stay so wonderful. - judie kopfer
Jun 2016 - $38.00
Under new ownership, which is hard at working updating and cleaning up an older RV campground. Well established trees provide shade to the sites that boost Cable TV, WiFi access, 30 and 50 amp, and full hookups. Sites are mainly dirt, but well maintained. Staff was very pleasant and helpful. Out buildings were older but clean and tidy. Some live-ins toward the back of the grounds. Stayed only one night en route, but will make this a destination point on our trips North. The 24 hour surveillance is an added bonus to a safe campground.
Better signage to Campground would be in order as it can easily be missed after a days travel. The rating of 8 is only because of dirt sites that are a little tight and main road proximity which was not heavily traveled during our stay. - Boz 1
Sep 2016 - $36.00
First time staying here overnight on our way south.
Got a pullthru that was long enough for our 40ft and toad so didn't have to disconnect.
As mentioned, gravel sites with the next site about 12 feet away.
Had a tree by our site to shield some of the sun.
No problems getting into the site or leaving.
Just off hwy 5 up the east hill and see the sign on the right.
Would stay here again when passing thru. - Bluebird Bob
Aug 2016 - $36.00
This park was so great, we just loved it. The site was gravel but it was fairly level. There are flowers and pieces of art and park benches everywhere. The trees are big enough to provide some shade.The bathrooms are sparkling clean, decorated with glass top tables, vases and silk flowers and plants and clean, bright tiles. They are secure with a security code, which we like. - Linda dlm
Aug 2016 - $39.00
Easy overnight stop right off I-5. Gravel, pull-thru sites, little shade. The hookups were in the middle, so barely worked for us not to have to unhook. Our 25 ft. TV cable would not reach, but the office was helpful and loaned us one that did work. WiFi worked excellent. Office help was friendly. Quiet. I would return here again. - trussman
Sep 2016 - $51.00
If you looking for a familiar, quiet campground with a nice few over the river, sometimes wild horses around you and you didn't need TV and telephone ore internet service is this campground right for you.
They offer wifi, but the signal was only strong enough near the office and the ping was with 750ms awful and AT&T service does not exist in this area, we also didn't receive any TV channels with our antenna.
But sometimes is nice to relax without TV, telephone or internet, so we enjoyed the two nights and the visit of a herd of wild horses and the two gentle horses from the owners.
A drop of bitterness is to charge us a $2 extra fee per night for our dogs. - Columbus
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Nice spot 6 miles off I-5. No over the air TV or TV service. Nice bathrooms and showers. Wifi was slow so we just sent a few txt messages. Staff was very friendly and the Klamath river was right there and you could jump in. Lightly occupied with large sites. Utilities were on wrong side for 5th wheel back in, but our hardware reached it just fine. - DigitalRon
Sep 2015 - $49.00
This is a quiet, lovely park along the Klamath River. We stayed there twice; once on the way up to Portland ( 4 days) and once on the way back to Sacramento(2 days) to do cleanout for storage. We were surprised that we had the park basically to ourselves both times. The wifi is spotty, which we find is usually the case in RV parks) and there is no Verizon cell service so it felt a bit off the grid with full hook ups. Lots of bird watching and there are two free range horses that are very friendly who wander the park. Owners are very friendly and there is even a decent restaurant on the property. We enjoyed seeing the stars at night. We found it very relaxing and a great alternative to other parks in the area that are on I5. We will stay here again. - california traveler
Apr 2010 - $10.00
Destination campground is located 4 miles 'west' of I-5 on Highway 96 (Exit 786) and is on the Klamath River. There is River access for fishing, and kayak & small boat launch. Twenty-one asphalt sites, most level, pit toilets, water faucet. Sites can be reserved between mid May and mid October for a $9 additional fee (go to the website for info) or contact the Ranger at 530-493-2243. Quiet and secluded, Campground Host during summer. - zigzag
Jul 2015 - $18.00
Very nice park with full hookups and cable. Can handle 40ft rigs. grass between sites and are fairly level with gravel. All hookups are easily located in one spot. Verizon & mifi work great. Some parts of park their wifi does not work. Very quiet, clean. Friendly staff said if we didn't like the site find one you might. You check in at the Shell station that has a store, fuel(gas and diesel) and propane. This park is out in the middle of nowhere but there is a lot to do in the surrounding area's. It's about 26 miles from Interstate 5. We would camp here again. - margeandbob
Aug 2014 - $14.00
Nice clean park in a beautiful valley. Rate reflects Passport America discount. Well maintained, interior roads are tight for a big rig as are the parking sites. Wi-Fi at back of park is nonexistent. Good electricity (50 amp) , good water pressure. AT&T OK. We stayed here in a 40 ft rig, and we would come back. - walt66
Aug 2011 - $22.00
This is the only RV park in Etna. The next closest being Yreka, but this small town and this very nice RV facility is well worth the extra 24 miles south on Hwy 3. The park has all pull-through sites with easy access. It is located right on Hwy 3 but there is so little travel on this highway that noise was not a problem. We were there three nights mid-week and it was not half full. There were a couple of long-term tenants there, but the park rules do not allow for the accumulation of stuff nor the storage of items outside the RV so all sites are nice and neat. The laundry room was handy and very clean and prices reasonable. The park staff at the Shell station were helpful, friendly and accommodating. This is a great area to explore and the Etna Brewery is worth a visit in itself. We will absolutely stay here again. - HnHTravels
Sep 2016 - $34.00
Thouroughly enjoyed our stay here for 6 nights. Facilities very clean and we'll managed. Owners very accommodating and friendly. Helped us back our 32' travel trailer into site. We would definitely stay here again! - donw78025
Aug 2016 - $28.00
Older RV Park close to Weed. Some permanent occupants, never a problem. Nice owners, let you pick the site that works for you if possible. With a 43 foot motorhome there aren't a lot of choices in Weed. - kleamon
Jun 2016 - $30.00
Wonderful park in the tall trees with the best hosts. We've stayed here 3 times and absolutely love it here. While it doesn't have a lot of amenities, you are surrounded by wonderful, tall trees and you get the best customer service the hosts. The bathrooms and showers are clean and we would always choose to stay here on the way up to OR or back home. - San Yun
Jun 2015 - $1.00
A blm campground - i.e. beautiful surroundings, sparse amenities, and free during the summer months. Camped in a 40' class A with toad down by the lake. There are sites back in the trees, but not large enough for our rig. Plenty of space near the lake and these have a best view. There is a fresh water spigot and pit toilet located back in the trees section. Great outdoors experience - quiet and very scenic. Night skies and star gazing were awesome. Lake water level was down when we were there (June 2015), but it wasn't an ugly sight. Local law officer patrolled about every other day just to check on things. We were the only steady visitor during our 6 day visit - very few seemed to camp here at this time of year. Mid-days were somewhat hot, so had to run the generator and A/C. Just be prepared for rustic camping when you come here. Bring your camera and binoculars and be prepared for some great afternoon naps under a shade tree. Be careful of the trees (evergreens) they do drop sap - I had to clean our dog and awnings before leaving. There is a Pilot south of Weed for fuel and a dump station ($8). - MarksOnTheRoad