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Foothills fun

Scott’s Flat is just five miles outside of Nevada City. It is run by the Nevada Irrigation District. One of the many man made lakes in the region. There are bath houses, tent sites and no hookup RV sites. It is clean but can become loud with rowdy camping neighbors. A beautiful lake to boat, fish and swim.

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Rustic

Located in The Sierra Nevada Mountains of highway 20. The raid in can be a bit challenging at times. This campground is very remote with no cell service. The majority of the summer, campfires are not allowed. This is one of the first lakes the leads to many in this area. Good fishing, no restrooms, running water or electricity.

Nice place

High enough altitude to stay cool in the summer evenings

A beautiful day use area by the river

This is not a campground but is comprised of four different areas and I am quoting from the State site. "Indian Fishery Day Use Area- Indian Fishery is an ox bow lake surrounded by a beautiful oak woodland. This is a wonderful area to picnic, bird watch, fish, hike or simply enjoy the wildlife that abounds in the ox bow lake.

Big Chico Creek Day Use Area- This area of the park is characterized by lush river habitat that opens up to a large gravel bar that fronts the Sacramento River. Here park visitors fish, swim, jet-ski, water-ski and sun bathe. This is also the location where many river rafts and tubes exit the river.

Pine Creek Day Use Area- Pine Creek is a popular location for fishing, canoeing, kayaking, picnicking and bird and wildlife watching.

Irvine Finch River Access- This five acre parking lot and launch ramp affords the park visitor an easy way to access the Sacramento River for boating, canoeing or floating down the river on inner tubes."

My wife is a bird watcher and she finds this area a delight. There is salmon fishing here in season. A warning about tubing, be careful as the river is cold and there are snags that have powerful undertows.

Be sure and stop by "Scotty's" and have a burger on their back porch overlooking the river.

Loomis RV Park

We stayed here for 4 days in Dec.  Very nice people that live there and work there.  Quiet park and clean.  There is a train track across the way but not a bother with the horn twice a day.  If it was closer it would be "My Cousin Vinny". (lol)  

Although our stay was great, our spot was not that great for our 40ft bus due to the tree limbs and the ground was very uneven, which made it difficult to level.  We would stay here again, however I would make sure it's in a spot that's level.  There is a little store within walking distance.  Overall a very nice park!

Almond Tree Oasis

This was the 1st and last RV stop for us on our maiden voyage in our new 40 ft Allegro Bus. This place is very clean and quiet.  Perfect for pull-through. The spaces are perfect size and flat (even ground), which is imperative for the type of RV that we have.   Also, check in on line was super easy.  We will definitely stay here again! We stayed one day going in Dec and one day coming back in Jan. in the same spot.  Perfect!

Basic RV Park

Everything you need! Gravel area with plenty of availability and space in the Yolo Country Fairgrounds.

$35 per night. $15 for dump. They even have $200 RV rentals. Drop off boxes, so no need to interact with people if you don’t want to. Nice, average spot in Woodland.

One open spot. This is for permanent Trailers. Saw only 2 RV’s

Only one spot was open, and it looked like the electric panels had been tempered with. Wouldn’t recommend. Trash everywhere. No parking spaces.

Nice Place in a bad part of town

Surprisingly nice spot here. All the hookups necessary. Not much space per site, but real close to the freeway, a bunch of stores, and most importantly… an IHOP!

Off the beaten track

Only 15 minutes away (windy road) from Colfax, but feels so remote!

Beautiful mountain valley of north fork. Clean campsites right along road with bearboxes, picnic tables, and fire pits. Easy river access down the hill to rocky swimming pools. Water was COLD obviously in December haha. Many hiking trails up and down the canyon.

Highly recommend! I’m coming back here for sure!