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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.
Being a new visitor to WA, we wanted to spend our first night in the middle of nowhere and this did it.
A bit of a climb for our truck camper so 4x4 was handy. There were some lower tree branches but easy to (delicately) pull to the side to get by. The road is 1 lane, gravel but nicely maintained.…
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Sites 1-4 are walk in, the rest are drive up. All sites are right on the riverbank. Gold panning is popular here. Quiet campground with the relaxing sound of the river.
Out of all of the campgrounds around Lake Oroville and within the state park rec area by far Bidwell is THE best..it's clean, it has cell service plus wifi if you need it, pets are ok, 2 to 3 boat launches, spots to fish, great showers and bathrooms plus the park rangers that run this specific…
Nice picnic tables, standing wood BBQ, big trees, some trash, on the edge of a town. Camp host very nice. River has dried now. One of the best option around I5. Not the best camping experience but not the worst either.
Nice campground close to the water. Water levels are very low and the banks were muddy but we still had enjoyable time paddling. Vault toilets were well maintained. Only negative were the excessive amount of bees during the day. Our site was swarming and several of us were stung - it was manageable…
If the first place you think of when you hear “the Sierra Nevada mountains” is Tahoe or Yosemite, I would strongly encourage you to explore points north of Truckee/Tahoe in the Plumas National Forest. And, a great place to stay while exploring the area is Little Bear RV park. This clean, quiet, and…
This was my first camp out spot ever. I called ahead and made sure they would be okay with me sleeping in my Outback. They said it would be okay as long as I had the gear to sleep outside in a tent as well. The place was quiet and we had no issues. I just suggest getting there early enough so you…
The road up was brutal, definitely recommend 4x4. Took us about 40 minutes to get 3 miles on the dirt road that ascends the mountain. The campground itself was CLOSED due to hazardous trees (risk of them falling) so we just drove half a mile past woodchuck and camped in the woods near the road.…
This campground has 3 loops with over 100 sites. Operated by PG&E on Lake Almanor. There are no bear boxes, just food lockers, so secure your food in your vehicle. Each loop has its own host, so information is always near by.
This is a day use, free boat launch area.
Most of the sites are reservation based, and some are closed right now, so not a lot of neighbors. The lake is beautiful and long. Wonderful for Kayaking.
This place is amazing for trailer camping. The sites are close to each other, but every site has a small balcony you can back up next too. Majors Outpost boat rentals are also here and they are Super Friendly. Plumas Pines riding stables are also right up the street.
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Stopped by here on my way home to check it out and the place looks more like an upper class trailer park. The “host” was extremely rude and informed me that he had enough business and didn’t need anymore. There is not any places to put tents, and it was $25 to launch your boat with no where to put…
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Very clean place located near the fairgrounds in East Quincy. Only downfall was the noise from the lumber yard but we were able to drown that out with the fans on all night.