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49 Reviews of 24 Banfield Place, California Campgrounds
This place was a very nice spot for any overnight stay on the way up to Oregon. The woman at the front desk was friendly and helpful. There is great shade in our site (A6) and a nice table. Kudos for the large dog park, now if I can only solve for the a*holes who can't be bothered to pick up…
We stayed one night. Really enjoyed the area. The river close by and all the beautiful trees, flowers and plants. Will definitely stay again.
Direct river access, many good sites, full bathrooms, available water, easy to get to and quiet. Also an awesome camp host (Shawnee) who is the perfect mix of knowledgeable and helpful while giving campers space.
Quiet during the week, full on weekends. 24 sites, most are on the main loop…
Pros: huge sites with grass and trees. Big enough for the largest RV’s.
Cons: no river access and a naked guy sitting on a bluff.
We were so happy we were able to snag a few spots here on July 4th weekend 2020! We had never been to the area and were nervous that the sites were only first come, first serve. We downloaded our map just in case we lost service, and we were so happy we did. We lost service and started down the…
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I have stayed here several times as a waypoint on my travels between California to Washington. ￼ It is a nice safe quiet park that has many pull through spaces for RVs spending the night. ￼ I have used their website to reserve a space and then pick up the paperwork outside the door of their office.…
Stayed here for a second time driving from Southern California to Oregon. The sites are spacious and there is a pool to cool down during the hot summers. There is wine tasting as well. Management kept in communication with us through text (my preferred method). Easy access to I-5, very close to a…
Super cool spot right by the lake , they have it all here even a pool ! The jungle gym for the kids was sweet and a cool tree house … the kids loved it but it was a lil pricey .
My wife and I were going to camp here but she was a little spooked by the amount of bears we saw on the trail to the campsite. This area was also decimated by wild fire recently and a large percentage of the forest is charred. We ended up passing this site up, but it looks like it is a cool spot.…
Drove around a bit to find a spot to actually get into water. No camping sites found. Wildlife reserve would be better in cooler months.
There are only two camp sites reasonably far apart. Nice clean outhouse and potable hand pump water. Picnic tables and trash bins provided as well as a fire pit. The only negative was the Carr fire that burned many trees in the area.
This is a great little spot never too many people here nice and quiet lots of forest around it good for hiking and just good scenery all the way around there was a burn scar from a fire a couple years back but still beautiful nonetheless!
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Just a couple sites and some trash cans , this wildwood area is super nice there are lots of caves and rock formations. Natural bridge is 5 miles or so up the road to the left.I definitely have to go there !
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Not to much here ,couple of sites and a big turnaround.There is a nice creek tho and a fish ladder !
This is a super sweet secluded spot right off Highway 36.Can you take Rattlesnake Road and go up just a little bit and then drop off to the right and that takes you right to the campground.It’s secluded with beautiful green forest all around and there’s a bunch of campsites no power no water but…