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It's a beautiful area, the campground is located in the middle of Red Bluff Recreation Area. Lot's of nature trails. They have many of the plants and trees recognized by little name tags. So interesting and absolutely gorgeous.
Pulled in here after a long and beautiful mountain drive from the coast over Highway 299 from the coast. It's just off 299 but road noise was minimal at night.
Our spot was near the office and the wifi was excellent. Also 2 bars Verizon, 1 bar AT&T. We used the laundromat, it was very good, modern. All the sites are back-in but it was pretty easy. Can fit any size rig. Full hookups,$45/night. 50-amp service only but the host will lend you a dog-bone if you need one.
Friendly host but no mask. No-one at the campground office was wearing a mask at the height of the pandemic, and one of the host's un-masked drunk friends tried to engage me in conversation as I backed away. Fox News on all the time in the office. If you have pets, keep them away from small but aggressive dog.
Minus two stars for the casual willingness to infect us with a deadly disease.
The campsites are well spaced and have full hookups and a nice table and fire ring. It has lake front, kayak rentals, and a mini golf course. It does not have trails for biking or hiking, or a good place to go running. For hiking, check out Inks Lake state park.
We stayed 2 nights in late October and were the only campers beside the host. There are 2 pull thru sites (10 & 12), we stayed in 10 in our 40' coach with tow. Flush toilets in 2 different buildings, no soap or hot water at the sinks, however. All sites have a nice picnic table and fire pit. Lots of water spigots throughout the campground but they don't have threads to allow a hose to hookup. There are also a few decent size garbage bins that are bear proof. Maybe it's the time of the year or lack of campers but the host wasn't ever seen. Lots of sites had litter here & there and the fire pits contained the previous camper's trash. Garbage bins were nearly full. The trees over the main road need trimming, lots of branches scratching the motorhome roof unnecessarily. Lake Shasta was really low so we didn't attempt to scramble down to the water. $25/night without discounts for a basic site. Yurts are more. 50% discount for golden or access National pass.