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Nice people run the place and it is in walking distance to the lake. You are close to the road and it is busy. Because of this three star rating was given.
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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The woman who I called and who checked us in was very nice. I even thought about leaving and heading further down the road and she was super cool about it while I went back to my camper to ponder. The bathrooms were clean and the showers worked nicely.
Unfortunately, this isn't a nice place. I was…
We had a lovely night here at Jamison Creek Campground in Plumas-Eureka SP! We are from the Midwest & some local friends recommended this spot. Our site (36) was spacious, had great trees to sling up the hammock, and backed up to the creek which provided a lovely soundtrack. The moonlight that…
The groundskeeper is very friendly and takes great care of the land. There was plenty of parking space, picnic tables, and a large fire pit at the group site. The river is beautiful. The only con is this campground is right off of a road, so you hear and see cars traveling by.
Located with convenient access from Highway 89, the campgrounds and all sites can be easily accessed by any road vehicle. Several motorcycle campers were here during my visit. The sites I saw were all pull in/back in… no pull through. Highway 89 is a two-lane highway, well paved, and plowed in the…
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Not as close to lake as I thought. We weren't far from it though. Lots of different sites, but they vary dramatically. Some have lots of shade, others are out in the sun, some are large and open, others are compact. Just depends on what you are looking for.
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Camping during a heat wave so RVs had generators going and tent site near us was having a party. But overall this was chill, plenty of spots on a Sunday evening in July, easy to find (don’t use the GPS directions from this app - nav to Fort Churchill and camp is in the park.
Cell service came and…
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…
• Large croup camp site with lots of flat places to pitch a tent. • Clean pit toilets. • 3x Bear food and 4x trash/recycling bins. • 2 (or 3?) water spigots • 4 big picnic tables • Some shade • Uneven terrain around sites and lots of fallen trees • Lots of parking, including triller/RV parking.…
Had a beautiful spot , we could see the lake. Good memories
Very nice staff. Campground always full. Long spaces but close back to back spaces. No store but Truckee is not far away. Very quiet and friendly campers. Clean and dog friendly. Lots of shade from tall pines. Easy access for big rigs and toad parking.
Right next to the water, and close to town. Cell phone reception. is spotty .
Stopped for one night because we needed hookups after dry camping for three days. Clean KOA, pool was open, store was open, bathrooms were shortened hours (covid).. friendly staff. Pull through and back in sights available same day.
When we arrived we had to use the exit to enter, which meant backing our 43’ toy hauler in thru a Narrow gate on a busy back road, as the front way had been painted so they had it closed. We weren’t told of this before hand. It is just a large parking lot that has been turned into an RV park.…
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