If you are looking for a park "out there" with no phone, no internet, no TV, you might like this park. If you do not mind a bunch of barking machines you might like it even more. If not - go somewhere else. We will not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The only reason we stayed here is because of the price. The other parks in Redding were much more than we wanted to pay. Lots of drawbacks, ie: rough roads, junky permanent resident sites and trashy modular units on site. Pluses to the park was the quiet rural setting but fairly close to Redding and the tourist attractions. Not sure if we would stay here again. They need to clean up the place and get rid of the trashy permanent residents. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
If you like being out there, this is the perfect place to stay, if not then head on to Redding. Park is nice although the roads will tear up your RV. The owner/manager is very nice and tries to help all she can. It's quite a pull up the hill leading into the Park, and it's gated. They do monthly rentals for RV sites. 345.00 a month + electric. Do not stay monthly in the winter months of November and December, as the electric rates can top $400.00 a month. Summer electric rates were around $50.00. Big difference in electric rates forced us to move on down the road. We like to stay a few months at each place we visit. They allow older RVs, so don't expect to see nothing but nice rigs. The monthly tenants can try and force themselves on you. Best not to talk to anyone. Cheers! We camped here in a Motorhome.
The cabin was cute and just right for two though there were beds enough for 4. Small studio style with a sink, small fridge, and separate bathroom with a shower. We stayed for a week. It was very hot in Redding but the air conditioner in the cabin and the ceiling fan were wonderful. The pool was nice and clean and just cool enough. There isn't much nearby the campground so you have a drive to get food. No open fire grills were allowed due to dry heat so we bought an electric grill, worked wonderful. The office has plenty of books for readers and a lot of information on local sites. We would definitely stay here again. The only complaint was the office staff were not very friendly. We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
This place was run down. Swimming pool was not enticing with filth on top. I was met by permanent resident who was drunk and warning me about his biting dog. I definitely slept with one eye open all night. Glad to be out of there! Won't be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a Passport America RV park, so we paid half price. We were here after Labor Day and not on a weekend. I can see where this would be a great place for a family since there is a nice pool and a play area with swings with lots of green grass. The large RV sites are gravel and dirt but mostly level. The tenting area is located under oak trees with plenty of shade. There were picnic tables but I didn't notice any fire rings. It was a quiet RV park and a nice change from the noise of the trucks on the interstate. The park is located approx. 6 miles from the I-5 in a rural area. Didn't notice any people staying there full time, although with Passport America this RV park is limited to 28 days, except for holidays. There was no cell phone service but we were able to use our satellite dish for tv. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place has all the things to be a first-rate RV park. It has a nice pool. The bathhouses are small, but clean. It is several miles off the Interstate and is quiet (I was not here on a weekend). Several pull-through sites are large enough to accommodate big rigs. Lots of trees. The staff was pleasant and friendly. On the downside, there is a large permanent or seasonal population that occupies about two-thirds of the sites that contribute to a general shabby appearance with the way they maintain their RVs and their sites. Little or no effort is made to improve the landscaping. Weeds grow knee-high around the site utility stations and around the pool fence. A weedwacker or Roundup would solve this problem. Leaves needed to be vacuumed from the pool deck. Many of the site number signs were broken or missing. The deck behind the office building is covered with junk and is in full view when entering the pool. The entrance to the permanent section is filled with junk cars and other unsightly trash. The water and electric sites were not big enough to park a big rig (33' fifthwheel). I was a little disappointed by the overall shabby appearance. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 5 / 10 ]
This park was pretty hard to drive in to. The driveway was uphill and narrow. Not a bad park, but we didn't have any phone service and it seemed far from town. It was quiet which is a plus, but we have been staying at another park when we visit our children. We used Passport America, which was half off the going price. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The personnel here were very friendly and helpful. It was a beautiful campground and we'll
probably return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Campground is 6+ miles off the I-5 freeway (which means it's also that far away from the nearest railroad tracks), so the peace and quiet was a welcome change from other places near Lake Shasta. We were there in February 2003, and resort had plenty of available spaces. Grounds were very well maintained, quiet and peaceful. Separate tent sites available in more heavily wooded area adjacent to RV sites. Good experience. Would like to try it again when it's full and see if the peace and quiet prevail! We camped here in a Motorhome.
I guess I liked this park better before it was redone. They removed the trees, grass, and camp feel and replaced it with asphalt and locked the dump station after 10 PM until 9 AM. Not much to steal. The lodge is still great. $25 seems high to travel so far off the freeway to park in a lot. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
If you're an Elk, you gotta stay here! Very nice park/lodge. Kinda out of town, bit it has it all! Level sites on asphalt, strong 50 amp & killer wifi, too many cable channels. Feels good to be here. Nice pool- get a gate key & walk along the Sac river to the Sundial bridge & beyond- Very nice! Were coming back! We camped here in a Motorhome.
The pictures of the park on their website depicts a nice park, but when we arrived it was a run down park with mostly long term, lots of torn up ground and weeds and lost lawn. OK for an overnight and out but right off the freeway made for traffic noise non-stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We enjoyed our two nights' stay here. Despite the fact that there are a few old, rusty vehicles in the park, it's quite nicely laid out. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Bathroom facilities are a bit old but were functional and clean. If I recall correctly they have AAA discounts. The interstate is close, so you'll hear a bit traffic noise. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Beautiful location convenient to Interstate 5. The owners are friendly and very responsive to tenants' needs. It is a small park but a very nice place to spend a day or longer. The place is kept clean and well maintained with fairly level sites. Price includes tax. TV cable was weak at our site. To me, that was the only negative. Verizon air card signal was strong so I did not use the Wi-Fi there. We will stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park has paved roads with dirt sites. Easy access from the freeway so there is some noise. Power and water was good. Sites are level. Good for an overnight stop. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The owners of this park are very friendly and make you feel welcome. Small park with a small grocery store and propane for sale. The roads are asphalt. Pull through sites are long with gravel, great shade trees. There is a small cement pad with a picnic table at the sites. Ours was level. Free Wi-Fi works well. We were able to use are satellite dish although they do have cable. They have a small pool and a play ground area for kids. There are some permanent residents, they take care of their sites, have potted plant etc. The park is off Hwy 5 and you can hear trucks, cars as they go by. Not real noisy as there are not that many. Quiet , pleasant atmosphere, we stayed three days and would come back again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a Good Sam park. Call in advance as they have few spaces. Most are permanent residents. Has a nice pool. People were friendly and helpful. Site was very small but seemed big, as no one was near us. OK for a couple of days. Price is right. Would stop here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This appears to be a work in progress. Most of the park is filled with permanent residents, although there was not the usual amount of clutter associated with long-term rentals. However, the owners have on-going projects all over the park, none of them finished. Several trips to the dump and the scrap metal yard would make a huge difference. Partially restored vehicles everywhere, unfinished sites, open trenches, downed trees, a half-filled, abandoned swimming pool made the otherwise natural setting rather poor. The owners were very friendly, just overwhelmed with things to do. The nearby freeway could be a problem if you don't care for traffic noise. With some TLC, this park could be a jewel. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park has everything we needed for an overnight stay while passing through the area. We're in a full hookup pull through, with cable and the roof top satellite dome locked on. I picked this park after reading reviews here and called them. The person I spoke to very helpful and reserved a long pull through for me so I didn't have to unhook the car. The site is long, level and gravel. As others mentioned, I can see projects underway but uncompleted on the grounds. If you need an "overnight" you won't be disappointed. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The owners are very nice and very helpful. They seem to be doing all work themselves which is why projects seem to be unfinished. There is noise from Hwy 5 but it seemed to quiet down at night. Park has some residents, but is very quiet. Pool was clean, and we did swim. Location was good to Shasta Caverns, Shasta Lake, and Shasta Dam. It was about in the middle in either direction. We would stay there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Never stayed here before, Nice clean Park. Would visit again when in area. We only stayed 2 nights, But would most definitely recommend to people who like a nice quiet park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a good Sam Park, but barely. Mainly old permanent units here. Sites were a bit uneven. Interior roads were uneven. Everything seemed to be a bit rundown. Would not return to this park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The nightly rate is a mix of Escapees discount averaged out by $1 a night per dog. Very shady with grass and tables and places to hike. Very friendly staff and permanents. Lots of cable stations. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nicer older park, right off Interstate 5. The people there could not have been nicer. We called when we were about 15 minutes away to make sure they had space, and the owner was just about to leave. It was about 6:00 pm, but she offered to wait for us, and happily did so. We had a large level pull-through site so we didn't have to unhook our tow vehicle, with good hook-ups including cable and wi-fi. Yes, there is freeway noise, but we didn't really hear it after a few minutes, and it definitely didn't interfere with a good night's sleep. This is not a fancy resort, but is a very nice stopping spot along the I-5 corridor. We'll definitely be stopping in again. (We also called another RV park within a mile or so of this one, and the lady on the phone there was so rude and unpleasant that I just hung up and called Fawndale Oaks instead. And I'm very glad I did!) Sometimes the people can make or break a place! We camped here in a Motorhome.
There are about 10 campsites between freeway (Interstate 5) & the forest. The freeway noise is inevitable. When we went to the campsite, we were surprised to see the dumpster open, especially in a forest area. The tables in the site were rusted & some were even broken. The campsites were very close to large bushes & my neighbor saw a rattlesnake. If you are lucky, the manager would ask you to camp in the open picnic area (inclined plane where everything rolls), even closer to the freeway & park your car in the narrow road leading to the actual tent area where there is absolutely no parking , far away from where you pitch your tent. So even to get a bottle of water you need to walk a distance. The property owners appear to be polite on the initial conversation but in reality they are very unfriendly. If you still want to camp in this place, good luck to you. We camped here in a Tent.
[ 9 / 10 ]
The park was very nice and the folks that run the park are very nice and helpful. I must say that all the rv spots had grass. 90% of all the rv sites had shade most of the day. It was a great place for our dog. We camped here in a camper.
Lovely, peaceful little park set in an industrial area. Roads and sites are paved and wide enough for all slides. Decent site separation, and nice shade trees and grass. Inexpensive and clean laundry room, NO restrooms/showers. Decent Wi-Fi. Trains go by regularly and do sound their whistle. Other than that, great place to stay in Redding! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice park. Very clean and well maintained. Lots of shade. Owner/managers are very nice and accommodating. The park is a quiet, smaller park with a friendly, lay-back atmosphere. There is a train track close by, but that did not create a problem for us. The only issue when we were there was the Internet connection. It kept going out. Hopefully, that has been resolved. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
As other reviewers have noted, the entrance to this park is through a used car dealership and the directions to it call for two quick turns - as the park is just off a street that parallels route 273. It is a well kept park, all back in sites with concrete pads that are quite wide and deep. There is a nice strip of grass between each one. The park is quiet. It is near a railroad track but the trains don't seem to run during the night while you are sleeping - at least I didn't hear any. Our Wi-Fi signal was excellent - one of the fastest I've experienced so I don't know what the previous reviewer ran into. We were across from the laundry - perhaps that is where the equipment is - I don't know. I was very surprised to find out there were no bathrooms or showers here. I don't think I've ever encountered that before. The camp hosts were very friendly and helped us get backed in and set up when we arrived after dark. The owners were also pleasant and most helpful in working to correct an error of accidentally paying twice. I forgot to mention I had booked a reservation online to the camp host and I also forgot my credit card had already been charged so I paid twice. Everyone was most apologetic and prompt in rectifying the situation when I reported it. There is a nice swimming pool behind the laundry facility though we didn't use it, and a cute goldfish/koi pond. Beyond that there are concrete shuffleboard courts. There is also a nice dog walk area towards the front of the park. The rate we paid was with Good Sam and doesn't include local taxes which brought it up to a little over $30 a night. We would stay here again when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Like previous reviews stated, nice clean park and a little odd getting into it. Unlike previous reviews, the Internet connection is very slow and easily overwhelmed. The previous reviewers must have been accustomed to a dial up connection before this park. Come for the park, not for the Internet. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed two nights. Coming in had to drive through a used car lot to get to the campground. Interior roads are asphalt. Sites are all back ins, paved, and angled. Grass between the sites. Did see a few sites that need tree branches cut back. Lots of cable TV channels and the Wi-Fi was excellent. Did hear some train horns. Otherwise very quiet. No campfires. Easy in and out with our total rig length of 60 ft. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice clean and considerably calm RV park. Only downside - a big one however - is that they don't have showers & restrooms, that's why I rate it only 7. Wi-Fi was working well and staff was very friendly. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
This is a very nice small campground. The sites are level and have a nice patio. All sites are back-in. The utilities worked well and it has one of the fastest Wi-Fi we have used. The pool is nice and clean. It has a laundry room, but no restrooms or showers. The entrance goes through a used car lot, but we had no trouble getting in and out with our motorhome and tow vehicle. The owners/operators are very nice and helpful. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There are a lot of positives about this RV park and a few negatives. The entrance to the campground is strange, through a used car lot. There are a few not-too-savory folks around the lot, but it was not an issue in the actual park. The park is nicely, centrally located, and Redding is a nice town with some great hiking/biking trails. The park is clean and relatively quiet for a town RV park. As noted, some train noise but not a big issue. The Wi-Fi is very fast during non-peak hours but slows down to a crawl during peak hours -- typical. Verizon data is good. Satellite is very difficult because of tree cover. There are a few sites with satellite but not many. The main negative issue that we had was with the lighting. They have huge street lights with very bright lights. We were there in the winter and could completely shut up so it was not a big issue. We would not like that during the summer when we would like to keep the windows open. The light would be very disturbing. It is too bad that park feels they have to put in big lights. We would stay at the park again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean and neat park. No trash here. Facilities in very good condition. Pet friendly. Concrete slabs to park on surrounded by grass and trees. As stated before a bit strange to get through a new car dealership but not bad if you keep your eyes peeled for the little sign under the big sign. Easy in and out. Back in spots only but they are big sites. We would stay again. Use a map as your GPS will route you through the downtown area when there is actually very easy access from Interstate 5. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very pleasant park: clean, attractive. Paved roads, concrete pads. A little difficult to find as you have to drive through a used car lot to get to the entrance to the park (look for small signs at ground level). Worth the trouble though. Friendly and helpful staff. Wi-Fi free and fast. Easy access to Redding. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Only stayed one night while traveling through but were really impressed. Very clean park, friendly owners, free Wi-Fi. We didn't use the pool or showers, but I wouldn't hesitate to if needed. I'm sure they are as clean as the rest of the park. Was a little hard to find at first as it sits behind a car repair store, but it was very quiet. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A nice little park. Inexpensive, well maintained. Hosts are quite friendly, help you in parking. Good AT&T coverage. Free wifi and cable. We stayed here in a 40 footer and would return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Owners are very helpful, polite and courteous. He walks out to the site and assists (if needed) with backing & positioning the rig in the concrete site. The entire park has paved roads and sites with lots of shade trees and lush green grass. Sprinklers auto-on at 2-3 AM each night. There are no restrooms or showers but a clean, neat,economical laundry room. Pool is well done & clean. This park is excellent just a little tight in a couple turns. Full hookups, 50AMP, free cable TV and Wi-Fi. Good cell phone connectivity. There is sometimes train noise but not offensive and CG is near a major secondary highway but no noise. There is an age/appearance restriction on RV's coming into the CG. We enjoy this CG and will return when through area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The owners work very hard to keep this park beautiful year round. We stay here whenever we are in Redding. It is stunningly beautiful in the Fall and now in Spring, it is green, shady and the azaleas are in bloom. There is a full service and parts RV dealership right next door. Ace hardware and two thrift stores right down the street as well as Safeway and downtown Redding less than three miles north. Park is spotless and the owners are as accommodating as possible. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Really nice park. Hardly any road noise. The train line is far enough away to not cause problems either. The sites are quite wide and have grass strips in between. The concrete pads are nice and level. No bathroom facilities. Clean laundry room. The pool was closed till summer but I bet it will be kept up well. Neat as a pin. Will certainly stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good Park, great owner, it's clean, good everything. We only meant to stay for a week but that turned into several months. Very close to town, but still quiet except for a distant train every so often. Will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice well managed park that is kept impeccability clean. Paved roads and sites, most will require leveling. All back in sites mostly shaded. The dog walk area is very small and nothing else is available in the area. The neighborhood is kind of seedy but there doesn't seem to be a problem. The entrance is through a used car lot and there is occasional train noise. The Wi-Fi is excellent as is the cable TV, lots of channels and very fast Wi-Fi. The owner is very picky about enforcing all the park's policies. Its a short drive to goods and services in Redding and next door to a RV repair facility. All in all its a good value in Redding. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Price reflects weekly rate. Owners/managers very hands-on. Good news is it's very nicely appointed and maintained, like somebody's aunt's place. Bad news is you feel like if you step out of line, you have to stand in a corner. We'll be back: the price is great and the people are less intimidating once you get to know them. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a GEM of a park! Found the managers/owners to be very helpful. The cost was a real bargain! Have never rated a park as a 10: but here it is. Upside: quiet, ultra clean, paved and level sites, well kept, nicely landscaped, very good laundry, great WiFi and cable TV. Down side: there are no facilities (toilets, showers). We'll stay at Green Acres RV Park again for sure! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We totally liked the park itself and the friendly, helpful management. Super strong free Wi-Fi signal and a gazillion cable stations. The nearby motels that have been converted to residential are a bit dicey and there is nothing much within walking distance, but this excellent park is a bargain worth the extra couple of miles off I-5. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Green Acres RV Park is well located and easy access. The sites are paved, level, utilities include cable TV and no problem with Wi-Fi. The owners are friendly and helpful. This is a place worth the stop and there are a few long term Rv'ers here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The positive points outlined by the other reviews are accurate based on our visit to this little jewel of a park. There are only 2 negatives. There are no bathrooms or showers in the park and there are train tracks fairly close by the park. Trains ran infrequently during our stay and didn't present a problem. But for $26, this park is still an excellent value! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very nice park, clean and manicured. The sites are concrete pads and patio surrounded by thick grass. It's quiet with lots of trees to provide some shade. Don't be put off by the entrance, it's right through a used car lot. The park is tucked away behind the business, away from the street and there is plenty of room to get in and out. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is one of the best we have ever stayed at. It was neat, clean, and friendly. Had everything we needed. They even helped us back in and hookup. Thank Greenacres RV you're one of a kind!!!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 7 / 10 ]
This is a nice small park. Only 33 sites and many extended stay as there was only 3 sites the night we stayed. Extended stay units are newer and have tidy sites. Friendly staff. Not as central as others seem to think. For $25 it is a very nice place to stay while in Redding. No restrooms or showers. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a hidden gem - your $25 gets you a large, level cement pad, great hookups, cable TV, excellent Wi-Fi, and a shady, quiet location. Don't let the drive through the used car lot fool you; this is a quality park. Some train noise at night but not bad. We'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice little park, well kept grounds and facilities, and by far the best Internet connection I've seen -- fast, easy to use, and unlimited. Laundry prices were reasonable and room was clean. Closer to downtown than many Redding parks. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Despite the improbable entrance through a used car lot, this is one of the best parks we’ve stayed in during our West Coast trip. Also, despite the somewhat idiosyncratic lecture you get on pet hygiene it is a very pet friendly venue. Almost everybody had a well behaved, and well walked pet. The surrounding neighborhood while not middle class residential is neat, clean, quiet and convenient to everything. In fact Redding itself is one of the easiest cities to get around in we’ve experienced. The grounds of the park are immaculately landscaped and groomed. At 7:30 PM the landscape guy was still trimming individual tree leaves with scissors. Check out the Koi pond near the swimming pool. All utilities work well. Watch the water pressure though. At 85 PSI you should use a reducer. There’s apparently plenty of internet bandwidth because response time was fractions of seconds. If they shower and bathroom facility’s I’d give it a 10 but my nine is very strong. You get all this for $25 a night. The best deal in California to my mind. We’ll definitely try to return to Redding and Green Acres. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a great rv park. The best value in Redding. We have stayed here part of every summer since 2005 after checking out every other rv park in Redding. The trains are not nearly as loud as they were back when we first discovered this park. No freeway noise at all. The fish pond and all the grass is terrific. The owners (a mom and pop shop) are nice, especially the husband. No restrooms or showers, but we don't care about those as we are self contained.. The large concrete slabs that are flat and the trees are very welcome. The park has the highest voltage electricity of any rv park we've EVER been in, and we've been fulltiming for almost 5 years. No problem running 2 AC's and the toaster oven or microwave at the same time. Again, very welcome during Redding summer heat. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Great hands-on owners. This is what I would classify as a neat, eclectic RV park. Sites are concrete, wide and level. Grass etc very well maintained. Yes you enter through a used car lot but once inside it was great. You could pay a lot more to stay in the area and not receive any better care and amenities. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a small, very well maintained park. There are several long-term residents, but all sites were uncluttered and neat looking. It is in a rundown area of town, but I felt perfectly safe. I didn't feel especially welcomed though. The lady on the phone told me not once, not twice, but 3 times about dogs. "I don't charge for 'em and I don't clean up after 'em." I have a big dog, that I always clean up after. Nothing irks me more than little yappy dog owners who don't clean up after themselves. I didn't care to be beaten over the head with it though. Also, I have two kids, and I was specifically told to keep them out of other people's sites. (Duh, I also know this.) I've been fulltiming for almost a year now, and have never had any other park feel the need to specifically tell me this. Fortunately I have family in the area, so we didn't spend a lot of time at the RV. Sites were easy to back into, but not much room between them. There are lots of trees large enough to provide shade for everyone though. Nice enough park if you don't have kids or dogs. If I ever get back to Redding, I'll check out one of the other parks in the area, even though they cost more. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The owner, who considers himself a grudge, is actually a pussycat. As we tried to back in, my wife, the owner and his son-in-law giving different directions: interesting. All site shaded. You have to enter through a used car lot. But a great mom-and-pop campground. Put up with the strangeness, it’s worth it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This very lovely and friendly RV park is tucked away behind an auto sales lot. It is one of the few RV parks in Redding this is not located adjacent to a freeway so is pretty quiet. The railroad is about a block away, but did not bother us. We were here during a terrible heat wave (109 degrees) so were compelled to moved to a higher elevation, otherwise we would have stayed longer. We will return when next in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an immaculately maintained newer park, far enough from I-5 and the trains to allow a good night's sleep. Free, fast WiFi. We had a hard time getting into the spot they assigned us because it was angled in the wrong direction from the street, but the sites are very large, level, cement slabs with about 10 feet of manicured lawn between each of them. We will be going back there on our way back through Redding in a couple weeks because it's about $10 cheaper than the competition and every bit as nice, as long as you don't want a lot of amenities. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very neat and tidy park with well paved roads, large concrete pads and grass between all sites. However, the pool was very small and they had no washrooms or showers. Road and train noise was minimal at night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very well kept park and the owners are some of the nicest I have met, while on the west coast, the town has a lot to do but the campground is what I love the most and I will be back, the train sound was across a major highway and we never heard the horn except once on a short blast We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 8 / 10 ]
This is a lovely well maintained park. One of the prettiest we have seen. Cement slabs for parking and very clean. The only draw back is the railroad across the road. We stayed there several times, but have decided to change parks because of the train and it's noise. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Best RV park in Redding. Beautiful setting. Large, flat sites. Large picnic tables. Excellent ownership, management and groundskeeping. Frontage on Sacramento River. Lots of trees. Large clean bathrooms. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Extremely friendly staff during entire stay, helpful too. We paid extra for a river view site and it was nice and level pull thru with shade and privacy because of shrubs between sites. Far enough away from the highway that road noise was minimal. Some train noise, but not enough to bother. Laundry facility nice and clean, but a little pricey. We spent two nights here and enjoyed it very much. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice RV park. Level sites, good hookups. Wi-Fi great, cable good. When we were there, there was some construction noise nearby. But it wasn't annoying and could happen anywhere. Staff were very nice. Pool is small, but never crowded. We stayed 2 nights. This was our 2nd time there. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a clean, well kept park with back-in or pull forward sites with “a view” of the Sacto River and a shaded, green expanse of grass for a premium price. The interior pull-thru sites have some small trees most of which are not large enough to provide much relief from the very hot summers in Redding. If you get an interior space facing north your own RV and awning will provide you with afternoon shade. The pool was too cold to do much swimming and got lots of noise from the I-5 freeway close-by. Our site was near the back of the park so the freeway noise did not otherwise bother us. Many permanent residents - weren’t a problem. Because of the price we will probably not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I give this park a 10. Strong wireless, but only those parks that have immaculate showers/bathrooms with hand-held shower heads get a 10 from me. Also, I love that they accept all breeds of dogs. We are not currently dog owners, but want to get another Rottweiller , but many RV parks do not allow them. That's rather arbitrary in my opinion. Office staff was excellent and very helpful and friendly. Pool was cleaner than ours at home. Very refreshing! Nice touches like a porch swing on the river bank to relax and watch the river flow. Very very nice facility. Hubby gives it a 9 because he could hear the highway noise. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful park with lush landscaping. Nice sites with hedges for privacy. Good big rig sites with plenty of room. Pool looked very inviting. Easy on and off the highway. Will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful RV park. Well maintained, clean facility, big showers, quiet, not a kids park. Close to many Redding sights. Easy freeway access. Will stay here again. Friendly staff. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a beautiful campground! We had a excellent view of the river from our rig. Full hookups, friendly staff, and well-maintained. Dare I say it's the "garden spot" of Redding? There are numerous paved bicycle paths in the area, (our favorite is along the Sacramento River), and many of them are quite long. We will definitely return here whenever we're in Redding or just passing through. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an absolutely beautiful rv park. It is a well maintained park with spacious sites. They have taken pride in their property with its waterfront and river views. But I didn't give it a full 10 stars because of the laundry facility. The charge is $2.00 for each washer or dryer. I had to first clean the tops of the washers BEFORE I could put clothes into them. My husband cleaned all the filters. There was spilled soap on the dirty floor which we had to walk around. There was one grocery cart to transfer clothing from washer to dryer. With a park resort as beautiful as it is, it is a shame to go into the laundry and pay a costly amount of money to launder clothing and yet, have to clean the place before doing so. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of the best RV parks we have stayed at. We made our reservations about a month before arrival and got one of the riverfront spaces. It was wide with a cement pad, lots of trees and was very private on both sides. Right in front of us was the Sacramento River which we enjoyed in the morning with coffee and in the evening with a glass of wine. We have made reservations to go back again in mid September and are looking forward to it. We have reserved another space up on the cul du sac end of the park just to have a different view but would stay again in the space we did this time, without hesitation. Friendly staff, nice clean grounds, easy to drive around and through. About the only negative was that there really isn't a store of any significance on sight. The office does have a few 'necessities' if needed, however. If you want a relaxing stay with very little interstate noise, and right on the river, we highly recommend this one. We camped here in a Motorhome.
WOW !!!!!! I have always wanted to stay either here or at the resort next door and we finally got to. I'm really glad that we picked this one. Absolutely awesome set-up with wide roads and great side by side hookups. I don't normally like them, but these are well thought out. It cost $5 more for the river front, but after the discounts, it came to less than the $5 extra. Fresh cut, lush grass all the way to the river, fire pits, and BBQs in central areas, and they supply the firewood. We will definitely be staying here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We absolutely love staying at this park. Every time we pass through the area we stay here and usually extend a few days to enjoy the river and large sites. Best pull-through sites I have seen; long, open, and easy to access. Staff is always friendly and helpful with directions to local sites. Cash discount for sites. Near camping world and Travel Plaza for fuel. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have stayed at the park several times and it never fails to please us. It has nice wide driveways. The sites are long and level with a nice grassy area and picnic table. The restrooms and showers are some of the best we have ever used. This time, even though the Wi-Fi signal was very strong, it was not connected to the internet consistently. We will stay here again the next time we are in Redding. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed in this park many times over the past few years and it has been a great overnight stop on our trips to/from the Northwest. Will not stay again. Have two dogs and recent dog rule changes are a joke. This park has an off leash dog area. Rules state that dogs MUST only deficate in dog area because "other guests like to watch the beautiful scenery around this lovely park and not watch a dog do its job." This is not a small park: tell me how you tell a dog not to do its duty when you may be walking 2-3 blocks to get to the dog area. Too many other parks are available in this area, will never stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park along side I-5 just south of Redding. This park was very clean and staff was friendly. The Sacramento River runs next to the park and it is near restaurants, fuel, and groceries. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Beautiful park with palm trees, etc. There can be a little bit of noise from the road. The only drawback is the bathrooms. They are clean and large but the water is not hot enough, and the water pressure is poor. I also found their set up odd, no hooks for towels. The WiFi is pretty good and not Tengointernet, but on a crowded weekend it can be a little bit slow. The people in the office are very friendly. The fee is for back in and cash payment. Credit card is $3.00 extra per nite. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is the fourth time we have stayed here in the past two years and agree with other reviewer comments. The staff is extremely pleasant, the facility clean and well-cared for, pet-friendly, and has great TV and Wi-Fi. The sites are level, easy to access for big rigs, reasonably spacious, and nicely landscaped. It's a short stroll down to the river, so we don't pay the extra for a premium river site. Monthly rates are available. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We went to this park because of RV Park Reviews, and I have to agree with the other comments. This has to be one of the nicest family run parks we have stayed at. Everything here was as neat as a pin. We stayed in a pull through, but there are some very scenic river view sites for only a few dollars more. Washrooms and laundry were very clean, easy off and on to I-5, and the freeway noise not bad. We will be staying here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We would rate this as one of our favorite RV facilities yet, and we have been on the road 5 months. Was very friendly, with easy pull through sites and great river front property on 40 acres. Was quiet and a great value for the price. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very friendly staff. All roads and sites are paved and the park is very well maintained. We stayed here 2 nights and it was very quiet and peaceful. Would stay here again. Price is a cash price. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
If you haven't stayed here, you are missing out. Easy access to I-5 (you do hear a little freeway noise but not bad). Friendly staff, beautiful river, pet friendly park, and clean facilities. Easy pull-through sites instead of tight spaces. We camped here in a Motorhome.
South of Redding, on a river site, and we have declared this our favorite RV spot this year. Good showers in the building, if a little cold at the end of November. Very pleasant staff. Good laundry. Loved our spot's privacy, lawns for our doxie to run and the teasing squirrels that kept him happy. Great memories, and we will be back soon. We were here in March, too, so can say they are consistent. Wide paved roads, good dividers between sites, river access. Large property for walking. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We've stayed twice at this park even though we do not like side by side hookups, and this park is all side by side hookups. The spaces are large though and we had no neighbors. The park is very clean and well kept. Lots of long term people and some are getting a little trashy. I would have given the park a ten except for that. This park is very dog friendly with a large enclosed dog run that is kept clean and free of excrement. The nightly rate with Good Sam and a cash discount is a real bargain for what you get. We didn't use the Wi-Fi but the cable TV was great. The noise from the freeway didn't bother us. We would stay here again during the off season. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful oasis of a park located just south of Redding. Right on the lower Sacramento River but other than a short stroll, we never used or accessed the river. Park has large pull throughs and really nice trees and bushes planted so you feel like you have some privacy even if you are only feet from your neighbor. Bathrooms are spotless and huge. Nice laundry facility. The pool was not open but it looked very nice, and very small. You do have a couple mile drive down the service road after exiting Hwy. 5, and you definitely get road noise from the highway. But it was really a beautiful park, very nice office staff and other staff was constantly going through park, cleaning up and probably keeping an eye on everything! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I stayed in one of their premium sites along the river. It was not a complete paved pad. It was about six foot longer. All the sites in this area had large rocks instead of pavement and or cement. You had no choice but to have to walk on these rocks and for elderly people it was very treacherous footing. They also said that they provided free Wi-Fi. It was free but you get what you pay for I guess. It worked very sporadically and was slower than most dial ups. when we complained about it we were told that we were wrong, it was working fine. Come to find out I was not the only one complaining and they were being told the same thing "we were all wrong". The cable TV provided had a poor quality signal and no HD. The other problem with the premium site that we paid a premium price for was there was no river access. We had to walk a distance to gain access. They had the area we were in roped off with no access allowed. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great RV Park that is easily accessed from I-5 just outside of Redding. We have stayed here many years on our trip to Mesa and it is always a treat. Ask for site #26 which backs onto the river. Wi-Fi is free and lots of bandwidth. The sites are large, paved and all pull throughs with full service. I even discovered the pool while doing some laundry today. This is a very well run park that gets top evaluations each year. I hope it never changes! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice park. Paved access roads, concrete pads, grass fronts with picnic table.Some sites have river view with a premium. There are plantings between spaces so you don't meet your neighbor, although you can hear them. The Redding airport exit is at the same location but we heard very little plane noise and certainly non at night. We also did not hear any trains at night and very few during the day. Access to Redding and surrounding sites is very easy. We would stay again in a heartbeat. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Always a pleasure to stay in this place! Very friendly host and we met the owner's wife who was very friendly. Close to the beautiful Sacramento River, but HOT in the summer. Good Wi-Fi and TV. Just a few minutes into town and lots of trails to walk or bike. We were helped with suggestions on places to eat and things to see like the Turtle Bay park and the Sun Dial Bridge. We come here yearly and will definitely stay here next year, but maybe after it cools down a bit! For now we're on our way back to the Oregon coast to stay a month in the nice cool weather! Great park! We camped here in a Motorhome.
EXCELLENT park. Wide and private sites with automatic Wi-Fi hookup. Good Sam PLUS cash discount, equals an excellent value for very nice park. We will definitely stay here again when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of the prettiest and best laid-out parks we have ever been in. Nice paved roads and large pull-through sites (ours had a view of the river in the back, and a grassy area in the front), with privacy shrubs in between. A small, enclosed dog run, but so much grass along the river that our dog had a blast. The pool looked beautiful. The Wi-Fi was great. Now if only the weather had cooperated. We'll definitely come back when it's cooler. Rate reflects discount for cash. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is about the 20th time we have stayed here over the past 7 years. It is super friendly, clean, and convenient for big rigs. The trees have grown considerably since we began staying here, and could use some trimming to avoid scuffing the coach and blocking the satellite. Great cable service, just not all the HD choices we like. Will be back again and again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great place. Cement pads that were large and easy to access. We had a river view site that was in the back away from the highway. I imagine the sites in front may be a bit noisy. Wi-Fi worked good. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park BUT it's so close to I-5 there is constant road noise. Also they water the vegetation at midnight and no matter where you put your chairs they get soaked and your vehicle gets sprayed. However the owners are very friendly and keep a clean and neat park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is more like a resort than the usual RV Park. The sites are spacious, immaculately groomed, clean and long. Easy in and out. It's along the Sacramento River, about 4-5 miles south of Redding. One of the nicest RV parks we've ever stayed at. Staff is very helpful and friendly. Can't ask for much more than this when using an RV! (I've never given a 10 rating and we are full timers.) We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have stayed here many times over the past few years and this time were surprised to see that things seem a little less than perfect: not like it used to be. It appears that they now have some long term residents. There are more weeds, less trees (not sure what happened here). We used to love it here, and now not so much. Tonight there was someone playing loud music for a long period of time, disturbing not only us, but another person that had just pulled in. They said they were going to leave in the am and not stay for their reservation. We had already planned to leave and not sure if we will be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a family owned RV park which we have stayed at multiple times. It is very clean with sites that are easy to get into. The owners always make us feel welcome and are concerned that our stay is pleasant. You do not have to worry about sprinklers watering your RV in most of the sites. They have a very large park like area on the river which all guest can use. Restrooms are spotless. We camped here in a Motorhome.
One of our favorite parks that has easy access off I-5 and is quiet with great facilities and level concrete pads. High speed wireless is included and works well. It is a popular park so would suggest reservations. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Have stayed here before many times. It is easy to get to, and the place is immaculate all the time. I remember meeting the owners when this place was just built, and they were very nice people. I disagree with a couple previous reviews though, because in my opinion the freeway noise was not bad at all. One of the staff members loaned us blocks as we left our stack at the previous campground. Very clean and nice restrooms, and great staff! Will stop here anytime we head through this area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a great RV park that we always stay at on our way to Arizona. It has easy access off I-5 and is far enough away that you don't get any traffic noise. Big paved pull through sites with free WiFi. Friendly staff but it is busy so always a good idea to make a reservation. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice park with pull-through sites, full hookups and great WiFi. Even though it's on the freeway, there is little or no road noise. The $32 we paid was the cash price. We have stayed here before and would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
In the next few days we will have been here two weeks. Had a confrontation with the owner because the space that we reserved was cancelled, a very big disappointment, however, this is a very nice park. Make sure you get a space in the back of the park, as the I-5 road noise can be bad. It's a weird arrangement for back-in's in the central part of the park, you are back to back with your neighbor, unless you have a perimeter, or river front space, we stayed in a river front space last year, and it was great. We won't stay here again, as we want to be more central to the town of Redding, and it is very close to Anderson. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice and clean park. Calm atmosphere. Good fenced dog run with shade and water and lighted at night. The desk person was nice and did her best to accommodate. There was some highway noise but could not be heard much above the A/C running in the 111 degree Redding heat! The sewer hook-up was in a cement pit of sorts, much lower in the ground than the usual 90 degree bend in most hoses and needed an extension to make an airtight fit. We asked for a later check-out (2pm) and were charged a full half day for the three hours ($18 extra). We thought this was excessive and greedy on the part of the owners who used the excuse that it was coming up on a holiday weekend (it was Thursday night with plenty of space still available at our departure time). I am giving this park a 6 instead of a 9 or 10 because of the weird sewer thing and the greedy late check-out charges. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We've stayed in many RV parks and this is one of the nicest. Grounds are immaculate and the staff is very helpful. Sites have nice tables, well-maintained lawns and are separated by plantings. Pet friendly with fenced dog run. Beautiful common area along the river. Discount on rate for cash. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easiest check-in even after giving reservation info by phone. The check-in was only swipe a credit card, no forms to fill out. This campground has wide paved roads, very generous concrete parking sites, with grass and shrubbery giving privacy. A large treed grassy area adjacent to the Sacramento River is an idyllic setting for relaxing. Clean and well maintained. Very friendly helpful staff. A rating of 10 is not adequate for this RV park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If we could award more than 10 points, we would. This is the ultimate RV park. The sites are wide and level. They are secluded from each other by shrubs. Most have access to the Sacramento river. The park is clean and well maintained. All the public facilities are of a high standard. The staff is friendly and helpful. This park is off the I-5 freeway but we could not hear any traffic noise at our site. The rate for a river front site was $40 by credit card or $37 cash. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful campground, our pull through site overlooked the river. Lovely swimming pool and we thought the campground was immaculate. Family owned who were very friendly people. Wireless internet was very good. Would return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of the nicest parks we've stayed in, starting with the friendly lady at the front desk. I am not sure exactly what we paid, can't find my receipt, but I think it was $36 or $37. We chose a river site, and it was delightful. We enjoyed sitting in the common grassy area along the river: lovely and relaxing. Restrooms/showers are very clean and spacious. The grounds are immaculate with lots of well-manicured plants and trees. The picnic tables are much nicer than the norm, as is the entire park! We especially liked that there is not an over abundance of night lighting, allowing us to enjoy the stars and moon. They could, however, use a bit of lighting in the recycle area. During our stay, the daytime temps were in the triple digits, but the evening was perfect, with a full moon. At dusk, we walked across the Sundial Bridge and enjoyed the sunset, followed by a huge, yellow full moon. We will return and visit Turtle Bay attractions, and we will stay at JGW!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a gorgeous park, one of the nicest we've been to. We paid a few extra dollars for a river view. Beautiful shade. Wide streets to move a 35' RV through so easy parking. Lovely restroom. Friendly staff. Nice facilities. Serene view with fishing. Grassy areas. Gorgeous. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice campground right on the Sacramento river. We only stayed here one night on our way to Oregon. It was warm here as was our trailer from the Valley heat stored in the trailer. Very friendly lady we dealt with. Would stay again. Easy on and off I-5 with a TA fuel station on the other side of the freeway. Overpass is on the same road as the campground and on and off ramps. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stopped here for an overnight and were pleasantly surprised. Very clean, level concrete pads, grass sites, staff very friendly and wonderful park area by the river. Very well-designed park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here 3 nights. Has nice, level concrete pads. Bath house was immaculate. Pool was great. (It was 106 degrees when we arrived.) Our pull through site happened to have at least 50% shade which was nice. Lovely lady in the office to help us. You get a discount if you pay cash! Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Beautiful park we had a site over looking the river. Employees are very nice and helpful - show you to your site. Also great recommendations on restaurants. Perfect location for day trips to Sun dial bridge, Turtle Bay and Shasta Dam - no time for any other trips (rain) but will definitely go back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of my favorite RV parks. We always stay here twice a year as we come south and north. Try and get a river view site at the back of the park. Staff are friendly, roads paved, nice concrete pads with cable and good Wi-Fi included. This park is a jewel and one of the best in this area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice, newer park. Good sized pull throughs. Good, free WiFi. Paved with concrete pads. On the river. No restaurants or stores nearby. Certainly an overnighter for us in the future. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Beautiful, well maintained, very friendly staff who escort you to your site. Great access down to the river. Plenty of things to do and see in the area. Pilot gas station with diesel within 1 mile. Sites are perfectly level concrete pads with easy hookups. Whoever designed this park was an RVer themselves. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I love this little park. Stopped by chance. Camped on the river. It is a little paradise. The park next door (Sac River) always had squadrons of cops emerging in and out. I already booked my spring reservation for the JGW. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We picked this park because of the high recommendations on this site and it is a winner. Level sites on concrete that are backed onto a river and away from the freeway with no trains. The park is immaculate and has easy access off I-5. Everything works well including Wi-Fi and good selection of cable TV channels. Staff is friendly and show you to your site. This will be a permanent stop for us when we come to Redding. They give a discount for cash. Good Sam Rate for credit card $38 but $35 for cash. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
It has been several years since we've stayed at this park, but it's as nice as we remembered. The spaces are level paved pull-throughs and the park is immaculately maintained. There is some shade, but trees are positioned so that you can get satellite TV off the roof. We did not use the cable TV, but the Wi-Fi was excellent. The $30 rate is the cash price with a Good Sam discount. Some reviewers complained of freeway noise, but we were parked toward the rear of the park and really didn't hear much freeway noise. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were delighted with this park. Good sized pull throughs and close enough to the river to walk the dog and sit by the water, even without a riverfront site. We reserved but it was very busy and all the river sites were taken. Next time we will ask for R1, R3 or R5 since they were all waterside pull throughs where we would have had our picture window facing the river. The bathrooms were spotlessly clean with large showers. The park is extremely well maintained overall. Cable and Wi-Fi were good. The only negative comment is related to traffic noise from the interstate. It was intrusive and difficult to ignore whatever part of the park you were in. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Easy access to I-5. Lots of nice gravel used for landscaping, low maintenance but still attractive. Large spacious sites: a nice, clean immaculately maintained and beautiful park. Cable TV and Wi-Fi were good. Very friendly staff: you stop for the night and want to stay for a while longer. Beautiful view of the river out of our rear picture window. We highly recommend it and will definitely return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Beautiful campground. We were given site 20, had a beautiful view of the river out our rear picture window. Large spacious sites, friendly staff. Will definitely return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is one of those finds you are not expecting and then get the exemplary chance to experience it. We only intended to stay the night in Redding on our way through town, but this park was so great that we stayed four. The staff was nice. The park was clean, flat and the manicured plants were very well maintained. We had perfect Wi-Fi. What made this park so great was the river front spots. A perfectly quiet place to watch the river and relax. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful facility with paved roads, concrete pads, palm trees and plenty of room to maneuver. Cable and Wi-Fi worked well and we were fortunate enough to get one of the twelve or so sites overlooking the Sacramento River. This is one of those parks were you can stop for the night and end up staying for a week. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The rate reflects a Good Sams discount. The site was long enough, but we had to park out of the shade to miss the furnished concrete table and bench. The sites offer a lot of privacy due to the landscape, but also no view. We only had a view of the restroom building. Even the waterfront sites do not have a view of the river due to the tall shrubs. We had trouble walking around our unit with the slides out due to the tight fit in the shrubs. The pool was clean, but tiny. The restrooms/showers and laundry room were all spotless. We had no problem with the Internet service. We would stay at this park again, but would try to choose a site with less obstructive shrubbery. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Second time we have stayed in this park: had a wonderful time. Great management are very friendly and helpful. They had a cancellation and per our request put us in a space with a river view: we were so pleased! My only comment would be that some pet owners used a grassy hill area and walked to the end of the grounds and let their pets do their business clearly visible to us in our tent camper and did not pick up after them rather than using the fenced-in designated area; but nothing management can really do about campers who do not follow the rules! We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
I wouldn't stay anywhere but here if you are going to stop in Redding or close by. This place is right on the river, very clean, family oriented and no amenities are spared. It is immaculate and well run. Great folks. Best RV park in Shasta County. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We went for the river front site and it's not really that close, but probably as close to the river as you can get and still have full hook-up. This is a very nice park, but definitely not the "spit and finish" of a 10 rated resort park. In addition they do not offer some of the amenities offered at top parks - i.e., escort to your site, trash pick-up at your site, concrete patios, (theirs are gravel and un-mowed grass), and no clubhouse/restaurant or store. They DO have great Wi-Fi, and amazing cable (about 75 channels). The sites are level and concrete and the roads are paved. There are some long-term - but not permanent residents; they all look well-kept. If you ask for the river view sites make sure (if you have a motorhome) that they are the pull-ins that face the river (many are not). Sites 19 through 27 seem to have the best views, but some rigs may be too long so you will need to go to R2, R4, or R6. Although the park is right off the freeway, you can not see it or hear it. Unless, you're closer to the entrance on the interior sites. They're about 20 minutes to Lake Shasta (an easy drive on I- 5). We camped here in a Motorhome.
This a wonderful place to stay; we stayed in site # 19 right on the river. It is very quiet with the exception of the trains that pass through on the other side of the river. All the river front spaces are very good and the wi-fi is excellent. We will be coming back in September. If you are staying here long enough sign up to get your rig washed for $30 dollars, the guy does a great job We camped here in a Motorhome.
A wonderful, clean park with large sites and plenty of room between the sites. We had a riverfront site with a view and it was terrific. Woke up to the river every morning and had coffee gazing at the river. Office staff was friendly and helpful. The park is quiet, even though Interstate 5 is close. If you had a site in the front of the park, traffic noise could be an issue. We could hear a distant train whistle in the evening, which was nice, did not bother us at all. Pool was closed, but looked very clean. It is a small pool but sufficient I am sure. Not much to do if you have young children, no play area. Dog park was very nice. Laundry room was very clean and restrooms were very very nice. We enjoyed our stay and would come back again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was a highly recommended park and we were not disappointed. The front desk personnel was very friendly and helpful. The sites are well done. Paved and long. We had a river view site and the view was wonderful. The dog area is nice and there is lots of area to run the dogs in the outskirts of the park. We found the free Wi-Fi to work very well. My only disappointment was that the small pool was cold. The daytime temperature was in the 90's but couldn't (wouldn't) use the pool. Also a lot of flies were floating in the pool, so not too appealing. No hot-tub and no work out facilities. Would not hesitate to return to this park when we go through Redding and would not hesitate to recommend it to friends. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Re: Price--note that there are several levels of discount: cash vs. credit, regular vs. club (Good Sam, AAA, etc.), on the river vs. not on the river. Our price reflects on the river w/ Good Sam discount. Not on the river w/ discount = $30. LOVELY place. Get spot #19 if you can. Very private, right on the river. Train whistles at night (we like that) and faint I-5 noise. (Sites away from the river are closer to the interstate.) Very clean facilities and nice folks. It would get a 10 if there were more to do there, but it's a lovely spot. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is always a 'must stay' during our drive to and from the south. Very pleasant office personnel. Great, wide, concrete pads with adjacent grass area. The river front sites are simply gorgeous. Tons of room to let the dogs run. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice, clean and well kept park. It is very conveniently located and easy to access. The staff members were very friendly and welcoming and we will definitely stay here again when heading down Interstate 5 through Redding. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Large paved pull-through spaces, nice landscaping, new laundry facilities, and a well planned-out park. Worth the extra $5 for the river view sites IMO. Wi-Fi somewhat flaky, and there is some train noise. Staff is helpful. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We love this park. The staff is very friendly. Its clean, has a large grass area, large pull through concrete site with easy access and on the river. What else could you ask for in a park? We will always make a point to stay here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a wonderful campground. Very clean and friendly hosts. All coaches, even ones that appeared long term, were clean and well presented. Would stay here again for sure! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Beautifully landscaped park on the Sacramento River. Close to I-5, and you will hear the highway throughout the park. Mostly pull-throughs and all sites have concrete pads. Many cable channels, all very clear. Small, but immaculate pool. Biggest negative for me was that they close the laundry room at 6, last load needs to be started by 4:30. Its 100 degrees here in summer, so why not be able to quietly do your laundry in the evening? We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a beautifully maintained park on the Sacramento River. It is easily accessed from I-5. The sites are large with concrete pads and enhanced with landscaping including grassy areas with picnic tables. The layout provides for easy maneuvering of large motorhomes. The staff is the friendliest we have encountered. The river sites provide a beautiful view and a short walk to the edge. We look forward to returning next year. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We like this place, very clean and really nice people. We had a spot right overlooking the Sac river and the large grass area. The spaces are level and very well maintained. Nice dog run as well. It is very peaceful and each space has landscaping to make it feel secluded. We also enjoyed exploring Redding and the surrounding area and will return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We enjoyed this park very much. We had a lovely pull through at one of the river sites. We appreciated how clean the park was, as well as the mature oaks and mowed grass everywhere. We spent time fishing in the river. We also loved the dog run and free internet. There's not much wrong with this park: so why didn't I give it a 10? To be truly perfect they need to allow kids under 4 years in the pool (Redding gets very hot), and install a playground. If they did that, there's nothing else this park would be missing to keep it from a perfect 10. But if you don't have kids and those 2 things don't matter to you then it doesn't get any better than this park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Probably one of the best RV parks we have stayed in. All sites are very clean. Entire park is very well maintained. Fire rings (only two in park) are stocked with firewood. Only strange feature is the setup for concrete parking area. Most sites are "stacked" with pull-through concept with rig in front needing to be departed before rig in back can be hooked up for departure. We camped with a club, so departure time did not create a problem. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was by far our best RV experience. We stayed here for 5 nights. We had a campground right on the riverfront which was nice and relatively private with high shrubs between each campsite with beautiful scenic views of the Sacramento River. Although there is no playground, there is a nice grassy areas for the kids to play right before you hit the riverfront. Nice for fishing, and relaxing. Quiet, clean, pet friendly and with friendly staff. Close to Turtle Bay Exploration Park and Museum, Sundial Bridge, Shasta Lake, Shasta Caverns and about 1 hour away from Burney Falls. The campsite itself is on a concrete pad, with a picnic bench but no fire pit on campsite (Fire pits are located in a common area). Some sites have nice grassy areas. We had an issue with our reservation; but still enjoyed the RV park so much we rated it high and would definitely come back again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an absolutely beautiful RV Park. The sites are large, level and the whole park is nicely landscaped and clean as a whistle! It is one of the nicest RV Parks we have ever stayed in. It offers free cable tv and the free wifi worked absolutely flawlessly. There are ample grassy fields down by the river for picnics, barbeques or just walking around. It even has a boat launch if you happen to have a boat and want to explore the Sacramento River. We stayed here for one night on our way home from two months in Arizona/California, but we would gladly have stayed a bit longer if we had the time. We will definitely return here. This park is a 10 by our rating. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed here one night in miserably windy and wet weather so wasn't able to see any of the river front areas. The office was very friendly and helpful. I was assigned a pull-through space which the office had marked with traffic cones for my after-hours check-in. Shower and rest room building was very conveniently located. Yes, not well heated, but no problem once the shower is turned on. The wireless internet was very strong. The cable TV had numerous channels. The space was luxurious, with concrete pad and grass sides. Didn't visit the pool. All in all, a great place for overnight stay at a reasonable price. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This location was very nice although it was a little noisy from not only the freeway, but the trains blowing their horns all the time, and there was some sort of commercial plant across the river which made lots of noise even into the night. The river was nice, and the place was very clean. We had asked for a premium spot to have the back of our trailer overlook the river. The space was supposed to be pointed away from the river so we parked the wrong way. The gal at the front desk said we shouldn't park that way but that since it was only for one more night it was OK. I said that I wanted to overlook the river not the road and the other campers! There was a nice pool, laundry and also a great dog run for the boys. A little too pricey for the location and noise. Maybe $30 would be a more acceptable price! We'd stay again only at a pinch. I didn't sleep well at this location - don't know why, maybe the noise? We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great location on the river. Stayed in an "r" site, overlooking the river with a large grassy area between pads and river. Fire pits are communal. Wi-Fi was free and worked very well. Owners and staff seemed to take an interest in each of their customers. Stayed during the weekend before the 4th of July. I will return again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The office staff was very helpful and this park was a nice place to stop after a long day driving. Parking and hookup was very easy and the sites were level. They also have a dog run that is well maintained. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very well kept, awesome restroom/showers though not very many showers for the size of the campground. Cleanest RV park we've ever been in. About 35 full-timers in the park though you'd never know it. Campground host(ess) was very accommodating when we needed to do some laundry after hours. Had a river site, very nice. Sites by the river all had a small yard as well. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the prettiest RV Park we have ever stayed at. It is very clean, well-landscaped and is right along the Sacramento River. The sights overlooking the river are amazing and regular sites were clean and spacious. The only problem with the sites themselves it that they used large gravel rocks for landscaping around the cement pads and I scraped my foot on one, as I was wearing flip-flops. One thing I loved about the sites is that they had these clay/cement picnic tables - probably clean enough to eat off of. What a treat that was. We arrived after 6PM and the office was closed, so they left a bunch of Night Registration envelopes to self-register. They posted the rates on the door of the office. Credit card payment was more expensive and so were the river sites. In general, my only complaint was that children under 4 were not allowed to swim in the pool so my kids could not swim there and it was really, really hot. Also the pool hours were not posted anywhere. No free wi-fi for late-registration, as code was not provided on the late-registration form. There was mild freeway noise, but nothing out of the ordinary for a easy-access RV Park. I would highly recommend this park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is what all RV parks should strive to be. The sites are all concrete & level. Each site is landscaped & maintained. Some sites looked like they had 5000 square feet. Beautiful views of the river. The owners are a nice family that take great pride in the facility & it relly shows. They never stop working. Would definitely recommend. Will return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Beautiful river spots. Great scenery. Restrooms very clean. Pleasant courteous staff. Would have stayed longer but filled up for holiday weekend. Will stay there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We have stayed here many times. It was nice to see how all the bushes and trees have grown. The spaces are long and private. The bathrooms and laundry are spotless. It has a nice walking area and view of the river. The people in the office are very helpful. We will be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A superb little park right on the Sacramento River. Clean as a pin, gorgeous landscaping, nice wide, long paved sites, and on and on and on. Undoubtedly the nicest park in Redding. Only negative is the water pressure. Very, very low. Still, an outstanding park and a definite 10. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Some of the sights are a little close to the highway and as a result you get some highway noise. But if you make reservations a month in advance like we did, you'll get in a sight far enough away that you can't really hear it. Very clean and newer campground. We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here for 13 days and it is a really nice and clean rv park. The facilities are a 10 all the way. The owners and people that work there are all super nice. Just can't say enough good about this park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Beautiful rv resort. Nicely manicured, paved sites with grass and park like setting by the river. Very quiet and peaceful. Great place to stay.. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 9 / 10 ]
Beautifully manicured park. Excellent restrooms and showers. Modern laundry facility. Pool is open. Convenient to I-5 and Redding. The big downfall was the I-5 noise (constant drone) and the race track that's nearby. Saturday night racing went on well after 10pm. Ask for free wifi passwords in office. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I'm using their Wi-Fi right now to enter this. That's the main reason we selected it this past Spring on our way north, and again now this Fall while heading South. Had a nice river view site with shade last time, so called ahead to reserve one again. Surprise! Sites are side-by-side hookups and we were given a "pull-in" site this time, even though they knew we had a 5'er. No view out our rear windows that way! Only MHs should be given those sites for the extra $3 river-site charge. Surprise #2. They have now instituted a $3/day surcharge to use a credit-card! When I complained that it amounted to an 11% "extra," they claimed "it was the bank's fault." Don't know of any bank that charges a merchant that much! This could have been mentioned when I called for the reservation so we could plan to have the cash on hand. So, I then requested a non-river site since we'd have no view anyway, and that upset the elderly lady who said "she'd have to change everything around." Sheesh, she should try being a customer who gets these surprises sprung on them! Thus, what I once thought to be an "8" rated park, has slipped a notch. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Really wanted to like this park as we had heard good things about it. The good news. Park is new and on the river, facilities are new and nice, owners are very nice and business-like, good big rig park, and, hey, they had Wi-Fi INTERNET! Yea! The bad news. The whole shebang is about 500' from I-5, so you had better like road noise. Suggest you request river site as they are further from freeway. Stayed here in the winter and the bathrooms were cold on frosty morning. Hope owners read this and install better heaters. Don't want to sound negative on JGW as this park is VERY MUCH BETTER than most. I-5 road noise was the main issue for us. If that is not an issue for you, then JGW is recommended. Good big-rig park. And, again, they have Wi-Fi internet! Thank you owners! We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Great overnight spot right off I5! Brand new park that is family owned and operarted by a
very nice manager couple. He showed me to the site which was right on the Sacramento River. Sites are cement and grass with new landscaping. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 8 / 10 ]
New clean park on the Sacramento River just south of Redding. Very well kept and nice folks in charge. In process of buildiing swimming pool when we stayed there in early July. Nice central location for visiting Lake Shasta, Whiskeytown Lake and Recreation Area, Lassen Volcanic National Park,
et.al. We camped here in a camper.
After we made our reservations and arrived to check in, we were told that Credit cards were not accepted The total of $53.90 for two nights, including tax. and a fee for our pet was paid in cash. The campground was like one big parking lot filled with wild geese, which roamed the area at will,interfering with the guests and making loud sounds at night. . The sites were 40 foot long and were full hook ups. The facility was neat and clean and had a good location near the river. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a fantastic park. The hosts are helpful and friendly. The park is well maintained and restrooms immaculate. Our site was level and hookups centrally located. This is a beautiful park and I would encourage you to check it out. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We have stayed here several times traveling to/from Oregon. It is a good overnight stop or good for a couple days sightseeing in the Redding area. The park is clean and the landscaping well kept. Several spaces are terraced on a side hill and others are relatively flat. All have a narrow grassy area between sites with small trees enough to give some shade. Also a picnic table. Coffee and pastries are offered in the office each morning. Yes, there is noise from nearby I-5 but we have never find it to be a problem even sleeping with our windows open. On our most recent stay we wanted to use the pool on a very hot afternoon but decided not to due to one of the permanent residents playing his loud boombox in that area. Can we hope for a sign stating no loud music allowed in RV parks with swimming facilities? Probably not. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stay here often ! We just returned from 10k mile trip. Mt Gate RV ranks very high on our list of favorite parks. Owners are local and care about their customers. Nice whirl pool spa, very well maintained pool, excellent RV group facilities ! Continental breakfast and coffee. You will feel safe and the level concrete pads and large shaded sites made our 42 ft five slide fiver feel right at home! Fresh clean water and excellent newly tiled showers ! New cable and adequate Wi-Fi! Highly recommend this park. Right off I 5, near to everything ! No I am not related to owners, just really like this park! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
There is a lot of highway noise. During our stay of 3 nights the toilets were not cleaned. The laundry room was filthy. Folks use the machines for washing dog blankets and there was dog hair all around. The machine tops were very dirty and didn't looked like they were cleaned for a long time. They should be washed daily. We really needed to do laundry so I cleaned a few of them myself to use. We would not stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park along I-5. Lovely mature trees give shade and the sites are well-spaced with grassy areas between them. Restrooms are clean and the Wi-Fi is WONDERFUL (after having been in so many parks with Wi-Fi that is all but unusable, this park is a real treat). We only stayed for one night but would definitely return to this park in the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
For a campground next to an interstate, this is a very attractive one with lots of trees and flowers. We had a back-in site because they were fully booked, but access was easy. The trees do make satellite TV reception an issue at some sites, but there is free cable TV and Wi-Fi. The Verizon 4G signal was excellent. There is a fair amount of highway noise at sites near the front of the park, but night-time temperatures were low, and we didn't notice the noise once the windows were closed. There is a free continental breakfast most mornings, but the day we stayed there it was reduced to coffee and muffins. The price cited is with a Good Sam discount and is plus tax. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Price given reflects local taxes. This is an attractive park, located about 10 miles north of Redding just off I-5. It has a Redding address, but is actually located closer to Shasta City (near the Shasta dam). The registration clerk was inexperienced, but pleasant and quite helpful and put us in a site near the showers as requested. The particular evening we stayed had a tremendous storm and during the early morning hours the campground lost power, for about an hour -- but power was restored long before daybreak. (The refrigerator alarm informed us of the power loss.) The restrooms and showers were clean and well maintained. The campground is nicely paved and even though on a hillside, the sites are reasonably level. Due to the unusually wet storm, there was some minor flooding, in part due to leaves knocked out of the trees by the wind, clogging storm drains. This required some careful walking to avoid large puddles near the shower building. We did not use their Wi-Fi. We would stay here again (but would look for fuel in Redding, as the close-by stations had exorbitant prices). We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for two nights as we traveled from Oregon through California. We rented a pull-through site. We were at Shasta Caverns and in Redding much of the time, but did use the bathrooms, showers and the pool, and those seemed clean. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Easy into the park off the freeway, pleasant check-in. Interior roads are asphalt and the pads are concrete. Easy to navigate through park. Hook-ups are great and all utilities worked good, WiFi was fast. Lots of shade, green grass, (vs brown grass ) nice dog run. Continental breakfast is included. Clean showers, restrooms and laundry room. Very nice pool and hot tub. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park for the rate. They have a new hot tub that just opened, adults only after 7PM. The park is not far off the I-5 but there is no real noise from the highway. Quite a few trees and nice long pull-through for an overnight stay. We would stay here again - free continental breakfast in the mornings and free ice cream sundaes on Sunday afternoons. Park is nicely kept. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good Sam Park. Nice, long, pull through sites with grass & trees. Small pool & jacuzzi. Friendly staff, small but nice clubhouse & store with free Continental breakfast (bagels, muffins, coffee). Great base for mountain and Lake Shasta recreation areas or a quick easy I-5 access for one-night stopover. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an older park with concrete pads and grass sites. Some residents, but overall a travel park. Nice easy off and on from I-5. Very close to everything in Redding. Nice shade trees. Great view of the mountains. Some highway noise, but not excessive. Cable TV and internet very good. Up and down hill to get to RV pads but the pads are relatively level. Pool and spa nice for cooling off from the heat. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate based upon weekly stay. Shade 2/3 of the day. Option for a small fee to wash rv/tow vehicle at your site. Well manicured landscape. Deer come up to pasture to the north to feed. 15 minutes to Shasta Dam or Lake Shasta Caverns. There is easy access for all rigs. All amenities well kept except for the Wi-Fi chop-drop-pop that occurs between 4pm-6pm, so lost 1 point due to that minor issue. Highly recommended if you are on I-5 corridor near Redding. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We attended a rally here and the park was clean and the folks were great to work with. Sites were level and we had plenty of room. There was some freeway noise from I-5 with the trucks all night, but we have stayed where it is worse. Good stop for overnight or a few days to explore the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very clean paved sites, grassy margins, very clean restrooms. Friendly operators. This was our first time here, but it is on our list to stay when we travel south from WA. Very pet friendly, with cleanup stations through the park and an enclosed dog run. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice, clean park but think it's a little overpriced for what you get. Close to the freeway but we weren't bothered by the noise. We had stayed here a couple of years ago and they had lots of activities but didn't see evidence of that this time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
They have a new SPA! It is a little tiny one, but it will do! I couldn't find an RV park anywhere in Redding with a hot tub. The front desk was very polite and friendly, the after hours manager on the grounds was always around and friendly. We normally stay at a more expensive park in this area and were looking for something a little less expensive as far as bang for your buck. This is the ticket! Clean grounds, level cement padded sites. I guess a couple of draw backs, the roads seem a little narrow if you're driving a big rig with something in tow, and the store/office closes down tight at a 5pm, so if you need anything after 5? Although, since the night manager is always around I'm wondering if he'd at least let you in to grab something and square up payment in the AM? Just don't know. Anyway, all in all, nice place, will come back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It is a beautiful well treed, very clean park. All utilities worked; 50Amp, good H2O pressure and taste; cable TV and excellent WiFi. The sweet gum trees were in splendid autumn color. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good park! Clean, quiet and very well kept! Cable TV was fuzzy. Tried different cables and no luck. Maybe just our site. I would bring my Dish next time as a lot cable channels have nothing to watch on them. Some long time rigs here but all is clean. No junk cars and the other stuff you usually see with long terms people. Was warm,102 degrees but the A/C worked good along with the trees around all the sites. Level concrete pads! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is just a wonderful campground. Beautifully maintained and the staff is the best!! Lots of pull-through sites and regular back-in. I give this a 10 overall. Stayed here just overnight on way to Oregon with Grandaughters. Pool is well maintained, but I found Wi-Fi was a little slow. The sites are very level with a lot of nice shade trees. Small ministore on premises. Easy access on & off freeway. We will be staying here again on return trip from Oregon. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is one of the nicest we have visited. The lots were level and well laid out. The continental breakfast was a nice treat. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Would return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Cleanest bathrooms we've ever seen. Spotless! Good sized gated dog run. Very well kept park. Some freeway noise but not bad. Slept well here. Will definitely return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We have stayed at 5 parks in the Redding area as we travel to Oregon, since this park was rated so well (10.10.9) we decided to try it this year. The general feeling of the park is pleasant although freeway noise from I-5 is evident even farther back in the park. There is shade and plenty of room between sites. The cement on the pads is badly cracked on most sites causing uneven surfaces. Most back in sites are long term renters. Cable TV is good, didn't use Wi-Fi but Verizon aircard is good. We did not think this park deserved the high rating from Trailer Life. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Our $27 nightly rate is for a week long stay and includes tax. The campground can be seen from a flat section of I-5. Road noise can be heard as a muffled roar at our site. The whole campground is situated on rolling hillside. Sites feel private. Asphalt roadways with concrete pads and well-placed connections. Trees are mature, well placed and there were few, if any, low branches. Laundry facility is clean with several machines and reasonably priced. No junkers or outside tarp buildings were seen at campsites. We would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We truly enjoyed our stay here. The sites are on a small hillside and step down so you don't feel quite as close to the unit next door. There are trees between each site. The bathrooms were updated and very clean. We came after the office had closed but the person on night duty came to greet us and showed us right to our site. He was very friendly. Good cable and excellent Wi-Fi reception. This is in a handy location with a gas station that also offers diesel right down the road. We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Spent 2 nights at this park. Site was tight for our coach and tow. The park is close to the freeway but noise wasn't a problem. It's close to Lake Shasta and the dam. Wi-Fi and cable were great there were even a couple movie channels. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects an internet coupon. Beautiful park set back a ways from the freeway, some minor road noise but did not bother us inside. Owner/staff were extremely helpful. Sites are concrete pads in a terraced park and sites have a picnic table. Trees shelter some of the park and feels very nice. Wide access roads and pull through accommodate large rigs with Toad. Good electric and great cable. Morning coffee and rolls part of the stay! They have good areas for dogs and a small fenced dog run. We will definitely stay here again as we head along I-5. We camped here in a Motorhome.
PA rate. Nice enough for a 1-3 day stopover. Our site, 22, was level, and plenty big enough for our 25 ft trailer with a small slide. Some freeway noise, excellent TV and Wi-Fi. We would come back if in the area again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very pretty older style park, close to freeway. Washrooms were spotless and heated, great TV, internet a little slow but probably better if you went to the lounge. We appreciated the phone in the laundry room to use with our long distance card. Rate reflects Good Sam discount. Will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We've driven past this park many times and finally stopped for a 3-night stay in Redding, CA. The hosts were wonderful, the spots are clean and level, and the campground has good mix of shade trees and open sky for your satellite dish. The views of the surrounding hills are great, and the landscaping is very pretty. We really enjoyed our stay here, and we'll definitely be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park. It's clean and well maintained. Level concrete pads with grassy areas in between. We stopped here Thanksgiving night after a long day of traveling. Even though the office was closed, a staff member met us at the office and escorted us to our site. Very clean fenced dog park. Our rate reflects Good Sam discount. We definitely would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy on/off freeway. Easy to maneuver in. Very friendly manager. Very accommodating (we had a 36' motor home towing a 20' trailer). Nice park. Would definitely return if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My family and I stayed at Mountain Gate on our way from LA to Canada. It is a beautiful park. Very clean. The staff were very friendly and helpful. There was a large amount of room between sites. We made a point of staying here again when we drove back from Canada to LA a couple of weeks later. We camped here in a Motorhome.
An excellent place to stay as a half way point from Seattle, WA. to the Bay Area. We arrived just in time for a Karaoke / Social. There was lots of room for the RV. It is very pet friendly. We'll visit here again and next time we'll spend more time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is my first review on this website, only because this park is so great. The lady in the office is really nice and funny. Loved the 'build your own sundae' and looking forward to the breakfast tomorrow morning. I did not give it a 10 because the pool is a bit small. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Don't usually review park after one night, but we just have to post our thoughts. After 22 months traveling to East Coast and back to West Coast, this is one of those "will definitely return to" places; no trains, planes, or road construction noises ! One could get used to this in a very short while; just a really nice, clean RV park. Site 34 has at least a 5 ft. wide section of grass between concrete sites There are flower beds, maple & sycamore trees for shade, concrete picnic tables, dog run, continental breakfast in rec room, solar heated pool, and did I say rules for quiet nights are enforced. Staff is friendly and helpful and keeps park clean Located only one exit from Lake Shasta; what else does one need ? We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Stayed here one night passing through to Portland. Loved the park. Friendly staff, great store and clubhouse. Pool was great and clean. Nice grassy sites and "tiered" on the hillside with lots of shade trees. Would stay here again and plan to stay here on next trip through the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here overnight before returning home the next day. Sites are small, you can get a bigger rig in, but there's not much grassy area between the sites. Has a free continental breakfast every morning. Nice one stopper for us since we use the truck/RV wash in Corning on the way home. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice, well maintained park near I-5 in a rural area up against a small hill. They have about 1/2 full timers or permanent people, but the permanents are kept nice and tidy, many keep an nice garden. The spots are a mix of back-ins (at an angle) and pull throughs. We chose a back-in on the outer ring. Backing in was a bit tricky since you have a small rise before the concrete pad, but it works and gave me new practice at reversing. Since the park is built around a hill, the pads are slanted a bit downhill (I assume for runoff) so plan on propping up one side of your rig. But each spot has plenty of flat land cut out for grass and a picnic table. The staff is very friendly and are happy to take you to your spot, which is helpful as there are a number of ways to get to a particular spot. The pool is well kept and heated with Solar to a perfect temperature. The park is located north of Redding and one exit north of the city of Shasta Lake. There is some great bike riding around Redding, and this is a perfect launching point for Redding or Shasta Lake/Dam. One last tip when you look at their map, you will see blue and gold sites. The gold sites are those that are available for monthly/full-timers. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is not a resort but it works well if you have business in the area and need a spot for your rig while you are gone for the day. Nice grass and shade trees on either side of your spot. Good water. We could not get the cable TV to work but were able to get a TV signal with our batwing antenna. Only criticism is that the trash receptacles were not emptied as often as they should have been, and trash was starting to pile up around the trash cans. Park was quite busy. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I-5, exit #287 north of Redding. We have stayed overnight at this park at least 4 times. It is a clean, well kept park convenient to travel through Northern California. Check in was made easy by a friendly couple who did their best to give us the type of site we requested. Each space is terraced and has a narrow grassy area w/picnic table on fairly level cement parking pad but close to the next space. There are many large trees located throughout the park and the pool is well kept and refreshing, which is nice during the extremely hot summer days in that area. There are several dozen permanent residents separated from the overnighters, but even those spaces are neat and well maintained. The restrooms/showers are very clean and free. The cable TV offers numerous channels but there is no wireless service. The free continental breakfast consists of coffee and grocery store packaged donuts/raisin bread/bagels which were gone by the time we went to get some at 8:15AM. There is some highway noise but that didn't bother us. No wireless, the highway noise and a skimpy continental breakfast makes this park an 8. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sites were level, shaded, with grass and picnic table. A continental breakfast is served each morning. Office staff was helpful and courteous. Will definitely recommend to friends. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice, well maintained park with lots of trees and helpful management/staff. The spaces are pretty small, but adequate. It is adjacent to I-5 and easy to get to from the freeway, but the noise was not bad. We stayed there one night on our way north. Wireless and cable TV were good. Lake Shasta and Shasta dam are a short drive (20 minutes or so) away and well worth the trip. If you need anything done with your tires, Wingfoot Commercial Tires in Redding repaired a leak on one of ours and did a great job; nice people. We camped here in a Motorhome.
For an RV park right off I-5, this is a terrific place. Level, concrete pads with shade trees, full 50 amp hookups, small pool, nice staff, clean laundry facilities and even recycling bins. They have decent wi-fi, but our Verizon Aircard worked great. It was quiet & clean and well landscaped. We were here for 5 days over Memorial Day weekend, and will definitely stop here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The lady in the office was friendly and loaned us a cable so the staff is nice. However, we have visited about 20 RV parks in the past two months and never has a park charged us for our 5-year old son. This park charged 2 extra bucks a night! However, they didn't charge us for our dog. I assumed it was because of the continental breakfast that they advertised on the Wi-Fi service when you're surfing the net (strange too). However, the breakfast is really 1/2 cinnamon roles and toast which a sign says take only 1 item (!?) We visited this park based on the tons of great reviews, but the grounds need some upkeep, and the extra fee for our kid and the cheap "free" breakfast was just annoying. I'm not saying many wouldn't enjoy staying here, but just be aware if you have kids, you have to pay. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nicely laid out park - level sites not too close together and at varying heights. Staff is super friendly and very helpful. Continental breakfast in the morning at the office makes it easy to pack up and go when it's time to leave. Lots of activities in the surrounding area make it a great place to stay with kids. Recommend the park if you are headed north along Highway 5 and need to stop either for a night or for a couple of days. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park. It's actually located about 7 miles north of Redding off I-5 near the town of Shasta Lake. Sites are nicely landscaped, and the park is very well maintained. Staff is friendly and helpful. Excellent restrooms and showers. Plenty of activities in the area. Rate reflects Good Sam discount and includes taxes. Rates vary by length of vehicle. They also charge an additional $1/day per pet though they omitted that charge for us. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean and well kept; friendly staff. Surprisingly little highway traffic noise despite being very close to it. Easy to park in the dark since ample light and good access to pull-through sites. A free light Continental breakfast offered from 8 a.m. - a nice touch! Dogs can be exercised just outside RV park next to fenced off I-5. We will return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Spent Christmas Eve and Christmas here. Great park! Family of 5 and dog in RV. Some freeway noise but not too distracting can see freeway from sites but not a big deal. Friendly staff, clean restrooms, wide spaces and interior roads. Some permanent residents but very neat and tidy. Lovely treed park with mini hiking trail, mini playground with tetherball pole and pool. We would stay here again. Weather just happened to be wonderful so it added to the stay! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wow! What a wonderful park! We had a long day through mountain passes. This park was like being invited to the Walton family. Friendly, helpful, welcoming people. Large, flat paved, clean sites. Nice dog park for the animals to run. We arrived at about 5 PM and were invited to join in a Thanksgiving dinner. It was delicious and the people were just as wonderful! The owner goes out of his way to make every one feel like it is home. I give this park 5 stars. We would go back in a HEARTBEAT! Don't pass this park up if you are in Redding, California. You won't regret it! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice campground right off the highway but very quiet. The staff and owner were extremely friendly. The grounds are well groomed with a nice pet area. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We've stayed here several times and each one has been a trouble-free pleasure. The sites are well manicured, the power stable, the Wi-Fi relatively consistent, the water clear, the access easy, the restrooms and showers exceptional, the check-in painless, and the staff congenial. The pool is small but very clean. Redding is a vibrant city with a tremendous volume of RV and boating related parts and service businesses. Shasta Lake and Whiskeytown Lake are nearby. We will be staying here whenever we need a hookup site in the Redding area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 9 / 10 ]
Nice park that's close to Hiway 5 but no noise. We had a nice shady site close to the clean restrooms. No power problems thankfully as it was 100+ outside. Wi-Fi was fine the night we were here. The pool is bit small but felt great! We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Don't come here if you want to use Wi-Fi at your site. System down for our entire one week stay. Pet friendly and nice staff and owner but he was unable to get Wi-Fi working, put in a very weak system as a temporary fix. Sites are very close but paved and level. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great potential for this campground. Great location near Shasta Lake with solid management and different type sites. Make sure you know your site before reserving. If they fix the uneven cement sites as they promised and updated their facilities I would give this great location campground a 9. I understand they plan to update this very nice, large treed, RV campground and I would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We hadn’t planned to stop in the Redding area. We developed an electrical problem and Coach Net had located a shop in Redding to check it out. We choose Mountain Gate because we had stayed here seven years ago while traveling north. We arrived after closing time and a very helpful camp host assigned us a pull through site. The trees have grown a lot since we were here last and of course we got under one that blocked our satellite. The camp host came to our rescue with a loaner cable so we could hook up to the cable provided by the park. The park is still beautiful and well maintained, too bad we couldn’t stick around, but I had an appointment for the service at 8 AM. Coffee and rolls are served in the game room starting at eight, so my wife and mother took advantage of that. Fortunately my experience with Redding RV Service was pleasant. The park does give both Good Sam and FMCA discounts. But like many commercial parks they charge for more than two persons and have an extra charge based incrementally on unit size. I never understood the charge for the third person, but in a way the size charge makes sense. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very pleasant park, well maintained and well managed, with level, terraced sites. Some of the directional arrows are somewhat confusing. You might want to walk your exit route before pulling out in your rig. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
An excellent park! Although on a slight hill, sites are level with plenty of grass and shade trees between. Nice store, pool, good Wi-Fi and super bathrooms/showers. Even though fairly close to I-5, freeway noise was only slightly noticeable while outside and unnoticeable inside. Great location for visiting Shasta Dam or Caverns. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Road noise from I-5 but tolerable. Really a nice, clean, well done park about 7 miles north of Redding. We stayed 3 nights, used their coupon that you can print from their website for one night free. Great spot to go to the local attractions from. The sites have some grass, small trees and a table. They also provide a continental breakfast! We will stay here again! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice campground with lots of shade and space. We camped over Memorial weekend. Staff started a bonfire at night with marshmallows with smores etc. Played bingo on Saturday. Pool open during very warm weather days but still cool. Kids had fun but too cool for adults. Nice dog run. We stayed in a 22 ft RV and received the small rig discount. Will stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Stayed for two nights on our way north. The park is well maintained and staffed. It is close to I-5 but we did not notice any disturbing noise. Our site was large and level with grass between sites. Lots of tree shade available at most of the sites. The over night sites have easy access, several large MH with toads were in/out during our stay and did not seem to have any problems. Cable TV worked great, Wi-Fi is good but can get very slow at times. It looks like half the park is occupied by long term renters but all the sites are neat and the place is very quiet at night. Lots to do in the area if you stop over for an extra night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here just one night but it's a more-than-adequate campground for the purpose. I think we'd definitely consider it for a longer stay if we were in the area. Our site was large enough but not overly generous; some of the sites looked like they would pose difficulty getting into and out of because of big differences between the road level and the site. The staff was friendly and helpful They are apparently closed for lunch between noon and 1 or 2 but the woman in the office agreed to check us in anyway when we arrived during that time; no one had told us when we called for a reservation that there might be any problem checking in before the "official" check-in time of 2:00. I assume this isn't a problem, but just be aware that there may not be anyone in the office between 12 and 2. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great park, very clean and well managed. If you are visiting Lake Shasta this is the best location for that. Very close to boat rentals etc. It is close to the freeway but hardly any noise . All the parks in the area are close to the freeway though. The sites are large for any size rig and level. there is an onsite manager which is nice. there is a grass area between each site and lots of shade. The park wasn't crowded which for us is a plus. The only downside is the cable channels didn't come in very clear, other than that we will be back on our next trip. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is not a destination RV Park. However, it's I-5 close with easy pull through sites making it perfect for a one night stop over. The sewer connection can be confusing as they have two. The obvious one is sealed closed. Forget the wrench, it still won't open. The manager helped me locate the other one covered by three rocks. Manager stays in an RV, of which they provide the site number upon check-in. They sell propane. If you don't get full hook ups, a dumping station is available for use during hours posted for $10. This park was rather empty. We noticed a lot nicer parks, which appeared heavily populated, upon departing this park heading southbound. We'd like to try some of those next time. Nothing was wrong with this RV park. It just didn't have anything special that makes you want to return; especially if others nearby have more inviting activities (e.g. River). We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is one great park for a great value. Well maintained, clean and neat, and nice spots. Friendly helpful staff, nice rec room, everything was just great. Nice enclosed dog run and also plenty of good space to walk a dog. Definitely would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park has everything! It is great! It is clean, well maintained, and well laid out. Staff are friendly and helpful. Campsites have a concrete pad and beautiful grass out front with a picnic table. All of the amenities are nice, and I can't say enough. We will be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
WOW!! What a great park. The staff was helpful and the campsite was fantastic. The restroom/bath house was the cleanest we had ever seen. I found this park in Trailer Life. I will recommend this park to everyone I meet. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very nice park. The sites are very level and there was plenty of room for our Fifth Wheel with three slides. Each site has a very nice picnic table. The park is terraced and well kept up. The roads within the park are wide and paved. There is free WIFI and cable TV. The person who checked us in was very friendly. Although the park is fairly close to the freeway, it sits back far enough that you don't hear the noise. There is a swimming pool, but it was too cold to use it. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
What a great park for either an over-night or an extended stay. The bathrooms were clean and large. The fenced dog area was a great treat for both us and our dog. He really needed a place to run unleashed. The spaces were adequately wide and long enough for us to not unhook our car. The staff was friendly and helpful. They have a small continental breakfast in the mornings which included coffee, tea, hot chocolate, mini bagels, mini muffins and slices of coffee cake. We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice campground located right off I-5 and about 7 miles north of Redding. Great location for Shasta Lake activities. Sites were level, clean and easy to access. Nice pool and new showers and bathroom facilities. Owners and desk staff are very friendly and helpful. Most sites have shade trees, which is helpful in the 100 degree plus Redding weather. Excellent Wi-Fi and decent cable TV. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent CG. Clean and well-maintained grounds and showers. Nice fenced dog run and an altogether nice place to stay. Note that their location in my Garmin was incorrect and led us astray. It's safer to call and get directions, or follow the signs, than to rely on your GPS. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Mountain Gate RV Park is one of the best park we've have stayed at in the Redding area. We've also stayed at Premier RV Resorts in Redding. As others have posted: very clean cement sites, easy big rig access, well maintained, well landscaped, lots of mature shade trees, and friendly staff. The resident managers are always out and around; maintaining the landscape & park. There is slight freeway noise from I-5, but not a problem at night with windows closed. Mountain Gate is about 8 miles north of central Redding, but still very close to dining and shopping and the Turtle Bay Museum; even split distance wise between Shasta Lake and Redding. The minus to Mountain Gate is the poor wifi coverage. It is available, but only in the office/clubhouse. The pool is a bit small, but OK. There are a few long term trailer residents, but those units appear well kept. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of the better RV parks that we have stayed at. It was very clean and the owners were very friendly and helpful. Access from and to the interstate freeway nearby is easy and convenient. I highly recommend this RV park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The park is nice, clean and we had a nice time. The showers and bathrooms are very clean and you need a code to access them. The pool was nice, but we were disappointed that our daughter couldn’t go in even with swim diapers. We were here during a heat wave of 115 deg + (hottest temps in 50 years or some such nonsense) and they don’t allow kids under 3 or 4 (I can’t remember), in the pool. We were here for 3 nights and were given a pull through that didn’t have tons of room between, but enough for slides and awnings. There was nice somewhat level grass between the sites, as well with picnic tables. The roads and pads are asphalt and mostly level. During the time we were here, we got overnighters in and out next to us each night. I’m not sure why we or they weren’t given a different spot. The pull throughs are plenty big for a large 5th wheel/motorhome. We would stay here again, but there are many nice parks in the Redding area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice place. Would definitely stay here again. Nice sites with lots of trees for shade, nice pool, very friendly and helpful management and staff. Easy on/off I-5 and traffic noise is minimal. Would have given a higher rating but Wi-Fi is pretty "iffy." At some sites it works, at others, no. That seems to be par for the course at so many RV places so it's not surprising. Cable TV available but not many channels. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very Clean park & friendly staff. Close to I-5, but without the noise. If you are in the area, it is worth your stay. I am sitting in my coach using the wifi to enter this review. They even have a dog park to let your dog run free. Go for it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very friendly staff. Helped us plan our itinerary. Even printed out maps to our destinations. We happened to be there for one of their monthly get togethers. A barbecued dinner for only $5.00 per person. We will definitely stay there again. Beautiful park lots of shade, just a great place! (By the way, it only cost us $1.00 per day for our little dog), not the $2.00 stated above! Thanks Mountain gate for a great stay! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 9 / 10 ]
Clean, well maintained park with lots of grass and trees and pull through sites. We stayed 2 nights and there was alot to see in the area including the new park and bridge in town. We'd planned to see Lassen National Park but they won't be opening this year till July due to ice and snowy roads, so check on access if you plan to visit. Friendly, helpful, available staff. Easy access to I-5 but no traffic noise. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Really a nice Park. We have been there several times and always make it a place to stay in that area. Although they claim to have WiFi it really does not work well and when it does, if it does, only in certain RV sites. That aside, The park has trees for shade is terraced and the restroom are probably cleaner than most peoples home restrooms. Park staff are very nice. Even though it is within eye sight of the freeway, there is very little noise associated with it. They do charge for dogs ($2 a night, I think, but not for cats). We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great park! It's very clean and well kept, and a delight to stay there. One of the few who actually lives up to their ad! It's not far from the freeway, but it didn't bother me, and I'm a very light sleeper. We have stayed there twice and will go back again when we visit our children in Redding. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Really nice park, close to I5 if your passing through and close to Lake Shasta if you are interested in that. Would stay there again but it is a warm spot in the summer. They have a nice pool. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed a week in the newer big rig section. Level paved sites, grass in between, small shade trees, picnic table, very good Wi-Fi and satellite coverage, nice pet areas and immaculate restrooms. Staff was friendly and courteous. Ample trash dumpsters. Older section looked nice as well but roads are a little tighter and mature trees may cause some big rig challenges, but would be welcome relief in hotter months. No highway noise. Mail service. No complaints. Would stay again for sure. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy to get to yet far enough from the Interstate so that the traffic noise is baffled. The check in lady had only been on the job 2 days, but she was very helpful. She didn't have an available site on her computer. As we had been in the rig for 5 hours we asked if we could let our dogs have a couple minutes in the enclosed dog run. While letting they girls exercise she called the park manager and they found a site for us. Roads were very narrow - if you have a big rig like us plan ahead and get a site in the new section. There were lots of well trimmed trees which would be welcome during the hot Redding summers. The bathroom/showers were pristine. The park seemed to be inhabited by mostly long term campers, but all the rigs were well maintained. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Almost perfectly level sites. The bathrooms are absolutely immaculate! Cable and Wi-Fi worked perfectly. Good location and easy to find. Near the grocery store, etc. The staff was so friendly and polite. An excellent park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is our third stay at a Premier RV this trip. All have been great. Redding is perhaps the best. This is actually 2 CGs. The original part which has a mixture of large and small sites, lots of trees but close to the pool. We stayed in the new section (sites 100-115). Sites are huge, private with little touches like hedges to hide the sewer hookups. If you have a big rig, you definitely want to stay in the new section. Staff great. Had an electrical issue w/ our coach, and the manager (who has gotten bad press in prior reviews) spent over an hour trying to figure out what was wrong and help us fix it. When we couldn't, he found someone who could. Pool, while smallish was super clean and very enjoyable. The only con would be that the Wi-Fi was a bit weak at times, but isn't it always wherever you stay? Very little road noise. Lots to do around Redding. Strongly recommend this park for either a night or two, or three weeks as we did. Try it, you will be glad you did. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an older park but it is a very nice place. The staff was really nice and helpful. The sites are a little narrow but we didn't have any problem with our slides. It is a good place to stop for an overnight stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The sites were pretty level with a table and shade tree. The set-up was weird in that all the paved roads had arrows going in only one direction; so you had to go against the arrows to get out and the turns were tight. The grounds were clean. Great wi-fi and cable. Very friendly staff. Very quiet with little street noise. Why didn't I rate it higher? I thought the price was out of line. We camped here in a Motorhome.
First negative - we understood that we had one of the five super sites when we made reservations a day or two before our arrival. Told none were available when we arrived. (One was empty the entire time we were there.) Who misunderstood who? Definitely wasn't a deal killer, but a disappointing start. Second negative - Nice escort to the site, but I didn't realize he was the source of the cigarette smoke when I started to refuse the site thinking the stench was coming from a neighboring rig. On the positive side, it was Redding hot (112F) a couple of the days. No power issues with lots of big rigs running the a/c to keep up. Our site, a pull-thru in the new area, was large and level. It was oriented so that the setting afternoon sun allowed for shade on the curb side. Under these hot circumstances, that made this a better site than what we thought we were originally promised. True, there is no longer a free newspaper. While that was a nice perk, it is certainly nothing I would criticize a park for. When previously here, I was concerned that during the hot summer months, this park could be noisy due to the adjacent water park. We could faintly hear their music only once during our nightly sunset walks. Saw no evidence of noisy people camping here to use the water park as I'd feared might be the case. The crowned nature of the pull-thrus resulted in most people having to move their coach on to an interior road to hook up. Overnighters who didn't unhook, didn't have this problem. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was highly rated, but we found it merely a high average. It was not as spacious as others in the Premier chain that we have visited and while well maintained, is not really at the excellent standard of their parks that we have visited. It was the only good RV park in the Redding area that was not right beside the I5, so it was quiet. The laundry facility was cramped and not well maintained. Staff were helpful and friendly. But all in all, a decent park that we would stay at again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I have stayed at this resort a number of times. And each time it gets better. Management is doing a magnificent job of keeping the place looking great. The new section's landscaping is starting to mature. Would not it be wonderful if all RV parks were this well maintained? I will surely stay here again when driving through the area. Note: I changed the total number of sites to 108. There are 103 RV pads, 2 Yurts, 1 Cabin, and 2 tent sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A perfect park - deserving of a "10" without hesitation. Local newspaper delivered to your door step every morning. It's rated TrailerLife/Good Sam 10/10*/10 and it truly is. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great park - very nice. Lots of trees. Very clean. Nice pool. The grounds are really nice. The only reason it is not a 10 - is because of the bad Wi-Fi. Really think that a place that calls its self a resort should have very good Wi-Fi. Will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wow! Was not sure if I was in the right RV Park according to the reviews given below. There is no way I would rate this park as a 10. Daily rate is based on a three night stay. I was very disappointed to find when I was just checking the website to make sure I was in the right park, that there is a 3 night for the price of 2 promotion, which we were not made aware of when we checked in. I did not find the lady at the front desk friendly as some did, in fact just the opposite. As for the park itself, the roadways are narrow, we could barely squeeze down the road to our site. We were given a spot across the bridge which is a mixture of extended stays and overnighters. This section has a lot of RVs in a small area. There are trees, but the lawn is half dead, looks like may be from a few people who did not take the time to get their pets to the appropriate areas. As far as the daily newspaper delivery to your site as mentioned on the website: they don't even have a newspaper for sale in the office! I did take a walk around the park this morning, again just to make sure I was in the right place. The newer section appears to be clean and a little more spacious, but there is no shade, which could be a problem in Redding. The two good things I can say about our site is it is level and the WiFi is decent. Other than that I just do not see it as a 10, and would not stay here in the future if our travels brought us to Redding. We have been traveling for almost 4 months and I can truly say this is the worst of the parks we have stayed in. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The basis of this review is the belief that a score of 10 is equivalent to a hotel raring of 5-6 star hotel. This is the first park we have experienced that would receive a 10 rating. It was clean, accessible, wide sites with lawn, beautifully landscaped and treed, quiet, great hook ups and Wi-Fi that really did work. We initially planned to stay one night and ended up staying 3 nights because it was so enjoyable. The managers are pleasant, engaging, helpful; great people. They know how to run an RV Park. This park should be a benchmark for other parks when scoring a 10. We will stay here again AND we will tell everyone else to make sure they stay at Premier Park when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great location, easy accessible to I-5 yet quiet. The staff is very welcoming and the newspaper and mints with Wi-Fi code are a great idea. We stayed in a super site for large rigs, gravel with a concrete parking pad. It was good for leaving towed vehicle hooked up, however, very downhill at the back. Our only complaint, not a big problem, is that the patio is set up for 5th wheels and not motorhomes. In order to fit on the concrete pad, the front door ends up being well past the patio area. This made stepping out a little treacherous as it is river rock on each side of the patio. We have stayed here three times and will stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very pretty park, nicely maintained, with patios at every site. The bathrooms are individual and private and everything is spotlessly clean. The office staff is very helpful and knowledgeable. It is also in a quiet location unlike other parks in the area. Excellent WiFi and OK cable. We would definitely stay again when in the area. It is a nice half way stop between Sacto and Oregon. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We landed here on our way from Portland south. It was a very pleasant stay and a nice surprise to find such a comfortable and friendly park in such a convenient location. We will definitely make this one of our "regulars". The staff is extremely friendly and helpful. They have a new section of large pull-through sites for big rigs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great park and close to what ever you would need. Easy on and off the I-5. We stayed here overnight in the back (newer) area where it accommodates large motor homes and 5th wheels. (We are 44 feet long.) All are pull through spots with easy access in and out. You have an incline on the spots but once you get on top, you have nice level concrete pads with great hook ups. This park also has an area for anyone wanting to stay in the woods. On the other side of the park, you feel like you are in the middle of the back country. The staff was helpful when you have questions or need help. I would definitely stay here again when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed in one of the five 'parallel type parking' premium sites for about a week. One of the very nicest sites we've ever stayed at. Disappointing cable TV, good antenna. Should be great for satellite. Great Wi-Fi. Very quiet neighbors. The water park next door might change that during the summer. Most sites in the new area are crowned. I would not have been able to unhook the toad in the site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here a month which reflects the price plus electricity. This is a very nice park. It is well run and has constant care. The owner is on his golf cart all the time checking things out and making sure everything is running smoothly. The staff is very friendly and helpful. We would highly recommend this park. We stayed in a motorhome. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As noted 3 sections. We were in back in open pull throughs. Sites are level but the sites start even to the road and as you go down the road the sites are higher than the road so some of the further down sites have steep approaches and exits. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great park and close to what ever you would need. Easy on and off the I-5. Stayed here for 4 nights in the back (newer) area where it accommodates large motor homes and 5th wheels. All are pull through spots with easy access in and out. This park also has an area for anyone wanting to stay in the woods. On the other side of the park you can feel you are in the middle of the back country. The laundry is clean and well kept, and the staff is wonderfully helpful when you have questions. I would definitely stay here again when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice location off the freeway (no noise). Park seems to be in 3 sections, we stayed across the creek. Roads are narrow with trees nearby, so be careful. But it is a pretty setting. Slots are a bit narrow. Seems to be a lot of perms and long termers. We walked the other sections of the park. The back section is new, not a lot of trees but nicely laid out and wider/longer spots. The main section is heavily treed spots seem to be close together. Pool was freezing! but it was 98 degrees outside so we did not complain, but you could not fathom using it early morning or late evening. On the expensive side for what you get. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were looking for a park new to us to stay in while in Redding and couldn't have picked a better place. Check in was easy, the staff was polite and we were given a space in the new section where our satellite dish would work. The owners keep this place extremely clean and neat. Even the long term residents spaces were neat. Our space had a level concrete pad with a paver patio and a nice table. The cable TV was very clear. Even though the park is close to the freeway, there is no freeway noise. Very quiet at night. Park is also close to a major market and drugstore as well as almost any other store you might need. We found the park to be very dog friendly. The owner is proud of his park and it shows everywhere you look. We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Off the I-5 and easy to locate, this campground is clean and well managed. Very friendly hostess for check-in, our site was level and paved. Great Wi-Fi connection; we didn't use the available cable connection. I would give them a "10" except you're very close to your next-door neighbor. Highly recommended. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Extremely attractive park. Well maintained, sealed rock roads, concrete sites with brick patios. Nicely landscaped. There are 3 sections to the park, the back area where we stayed included street lights. Friendly, helpful management. Local newspaper provided every day, making it handy to find out what's going on in the area and learn a bit about the city. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This RV park was an oasis for us. Our tow vehicle broke down in Redding and we stayed at the Premier RV Redding campground for two nights over a weekend while our truck was repaired. The park was great. Very clean, quiet, and great amenities. Our two kids loved the pool and we loved the clean grassed sites ( many pull throughs). The restrooms and showers were spotless and extremely well taken care of, best i've ever seen in fact. On the Monday that we were due to checkout the Ford dealer was not able to complete the repairs until 3pm and the owners were very accommodating and understanding, allowing us to stay in the site well past check out, without extra fees or even a worry. Thanks premier RV Resorts, Redding, for a wonderful and pleasant stay! The park is also behind a water slide park which kept the kids busy for a full day... We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Clean, nicely maintained park with level shady sites. Good Wi-Fi and cable. Easy access off I-5. Walgreen's within walking distance. Friendly, personable husband and wife run the park. They were helpful and accommodating when we had a tire issue with our RV. Saw a lot of kids so I'm assuming that it's family friendly. The pool was clean and busy. Laundry facilities were clean. Two separate walking areas for dogs. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
1st time visiting/staying here and in Redding. Park was very clean. Restrooms and showers were very clean! This was a two-night stop over as we traveled north to Oregon with family. Would stay again if we come through Redding again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Second time at this park. It is well maintained, with asphalt roads and cement pads. Wide sites, with grass and mature trees. The restrooms were clean and wi-fi worked. Just far enough from the highway. The only negative is the interior roads are narrow, making access tight. Will stay again We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were here just for an overnight so didn't get a good feel for the park. We were out in the new area since we wanted to get our satellite. The new part consists of pull-through with smaller trees. Sites were level, but the level area was only big enough for our motorhome, but not our towed. The sites have a concrete patio and a picnic table along with grass. The park was well kept. The sites in the trees looked very nice if you didn't want satellite. The Wi-Fi was weak where we were located. I marked it down since I thought the price was high. The price shown includes the Good Same discount and taxes. It is easy off/on the freeway so a good place to stop for the night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I stayed in the new section. The advantage - small trees so a satellite TV signal is possible. The old section has lots of shade trees which make satellite TV reception questionable. Very hospitable staff. Good local shopping. Grocery store nearby. I will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A nice enough park. We stayed at the Premier RV Resort in Eugene and the personnel their said this is their "flag ship" park. A friend on mine also recommended it. He did say that one night his car was prowled. He attributed it to "just kids going through the park". We have past through the area on an overnight on several occasion but wanted to see the sights in the area. Good location. The newer section that was recommended as nice enough though the sites were interesting to get into. They were cement but you had to drive up a gravel incline at the site to get to the pad. Unhook first! Staff was friendly and gave us some good tips on where to go and what to see in the area. One restroom/shower for the whole park but is was kept clean and tidy. Small laundry mat but was not too busy. Motorhome next to us did have something taken from their picnic table overnight. Friends of theirs two sites down had their pick up prowled and things take. Be advised, and don't leave things out over night and lock you vehicle. We did and didn't have any problems. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We haven't RV'd at this park in two-years, its been a real treat to come back. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The only complaint I have is that they need some more TV channels, not that we were there to watch TV. Close to town and everything you need in the way of shopping. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is our second visit to this park for one night. We recommend the new "super" sites if you have a rig of large size. Our site was great! Paved, very long, level, full-hook up and wide open for satellite. Easy in and out for a big rig. The older sections of the park can be very tight and there is a very old, narrow bridge to cross. A lot of trees to get in the way in the older sections. We cannot give the park a 10 as others have because a 10 means it cannot get any better than this. There is room for improvement, such as a security gate, nicer clubhouse, pool and no scheduled activities, etc. We like the new sites though and will stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed in the older section and it was very nice, lots of trees and very well maintained. The road and turns where very tight in the older section (in fact the lady as we where checking us in said our site was to small for our rig). The newer section looked plain but the sites had better access and where a little bigger. The hook-ups where in the back, so all the one nighters needed a lot of lines to reach if thy did not unhook for the night. Nice stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We only stayed here one night while passing through town, but it was great for the short time we were there. Its a very nice, clean, and friendly park. Its off the highway a bit, so no road noise. The park itself is very well maintained and clean. The bathrooms were very clean with nice big shower stalls. They have a big store and a nice playground. We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Stayed 2 nights while visiting Shasta Lake. Park is clean and quiet. Pool was great for kids. Showers near the pool were clean and in excellent condition. Sites were very level (no blocks needed) and lots of shade from the trees. There is a water park across the street that is active during the day but was quiet at night. I would definitely stay here again if I am in the area. Sites were a little tight to get out of but it was manageable (with the help of a friendly neighbor who held the bush away from my new trailer. Thank you). I am about 51 feet long with truck/travel trailer. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Made reservations will in advance to be place next to a fellow traveler and it worked out perfect. Had level concrete pad with asphalt on each end. Site was adequate, but streets in this older part of the park are VERY narrow and made more so by cars parked in the road because of short sites. Outside temperature was triple digit so the 50 amp power was minimal for running the AC. We were in the older area so did have shade but were unable to get satellite. Cable TV was only 12-15 stations and poor quality. WiFi and air card worked fine. There is a newer area without trees if that is your preference. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We used our Premier Value Card which let's us stay for half price. We stayed in one of the new pull throughs, which are beautiful and easy to get into. We are 57' long with the toad. The rest of the park remains big rig unfriendly, but great for smaller rigs. Great staff. One of the owners greeted us at check-in and thanked us for staying with them. The Value Card is good at all five of their resorts. Good location and we will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park. Has long pull throughs, lawns between sites, is nicely landscaped, WiFi and TV reception was very good, lot's of cable TV channels, and it's close to shopping and diesel. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This older park was okay for an overnight stay, but far from being a resort. Again as others have mentioned, the interior roads were very narrow and navigating these roads with a fifth wheel was difficult. Wi-fi signal was weak at the assigned site although it may have been better closer to the office. Free breakfast consisted of orange juice and a rather stale, pre-packaged bagel. We will probably not stay here again as there are other options in the Redding area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Just like previous reviews stated, the narrow interior roads and small sites are the concerns. Otherwise this park is well maintained and has good instructions for overnighters to check in after the office is closed. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very little space on interior roads. Spaces were very tight and looked like lots of permanent residents. Enough space to open slide outs. Many cars parked in front of spaces which made it near impossible to drive interior roads. Had to get out and guide husband through one section. Park neat and clean and near freeway. Quiet. We have a 35 ft RV so would not stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Big rigs are welcome however, the streets within the park are very narrow and make it hard to maneuver around. We were also very disappointed this park started using a leaf blower at 8:00AM. If you want quiet I wouldn't recommend this facility. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park: we have stayed here a number of times back 7 to 8 years ago. We stayed again in Sept 2009 with a 38" rig and the spots are small but well kept. Our main concern is that the resort charges premium prices, but they do not supply premium quality or service. Their cable TV is satellite re-transmitted through cable to their sites. Quality is very poor. When we booked, we requested a site with 30-50 amp service. Upon arrival we backed into the site and after a number of maneuvers to fit the site we went to plug in only to find it had 30 amp service not the 30 and 50 stated. The office attendant stated they would find us a new site the next morning because she was leaving for the day. We decided that given the service and the TV quality, we would move on the next morning as we had planned to stay for a week. We ended up finding another park just out of Redding and booked our week there (separate review). We sure hope that the folks at Premier review the way they treat customers and consider the high rates they charge given today's economic situation: as RV's, we watch ever dollar we spend. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 9 / 10 ]
The park was very clean and well designed, but with some space issues between sites.It has nicely landscaped with lots of trees and it appeared that almost all sites were shaded to some degree. The internet connection was not as robust as I would have hoped for, and the advertised "cable" channels were not there, but a clear signal from their satellite system and the 12 or so channels they did provide. All in all it is a nice quiet place to stop. One big minus was that someone had smoked inside or just outside the back door of the store when we went in to shop. It smelled like a bar from back in the day. I wouldn't give it a 10 like Trailer Life did, but it was ok. We camped here in a Motorhome.
For $45 a night, I can stay at a resort, like the Durango in Red Bluff. While the other Premier parks are set up for big rigs, this park in Redding was originally a trailer park and all of the sites are trailer size. It has a lot of nice trees and shade, but only works if you are 28' or under. In my site, it was so narrow, that someone had run over the side of the pad and broken the irrigation pipe. So, when I set up, I was walking through a swamp full of mud. A $9 bottle of Chardonnay was $20 in the store. The roads were very tight and since the sites were so small, most of the people had their cars/trucks parked so that they stuck out into the road, which made it hard to leave. This is not a big rig park and really below the Premium RV Park standard. I will stay in Red Bluff at the Durango next time for less money. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good: This is a beautiful park, with nice lawn, trees, flowers and bushes. Roadways are paved; sites are concrete, level and long enough for our 38' motorhome with tow vehicle; facilities are first-rate and clean; utilities are accessible; WI-FI is strong. Bonus: if you have kids, it is only a block from an outstanding waterslide park! Bad: this place is pretty tight for access - getting in and out is interesting (but workable), and sites are narrow - once everybody's slides are out, there just isn't all that much extra room between sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park and clean but not quite what we expected. The access roads are a little tight and if people are parked into the road it could prove interesting getting around them. We had a pull through site and had plenty of room for our 32' 5th wheel and our truck. Stayed here one night on return trip home - would drive an extra 25 miles (southbound) to Red Bluff and stay at Durango RV Resort if passing through again, but this was a nice park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
What a great RV park. We stayed here 3 nights in very hot weather. The grounds are very clean and the shower/restrooms were immaculate. The swimming pool was clean, and they offered a continental breakfast. Our stay was a good experience. Very convenient off of I-5 in both directions. We will stay here again if in the Redding area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very attractive and well maintained park. The roads are narrow. Our site was level, paved and shaded with a picnic table. One of the trees blocked one of our slides from being extended. The continental breakfast amounted to muffins, bagels, fruit, juice and coffee. The paper that we were told we would get did not arrive by the time we left at 9AM. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I rated this a 10 because of the value. We paid $30.50 per night on a 30% discount coupon, normal is $45 (if I had paid $45 I would have rated an 8 or 9). The park is beautiful, well kept, quiet and very clean. As to tight turns, maybe but I have seen no one even the really big rigs have any trouble. Location is great for getting around town. Wifi works excellent, free paper at your door is pretty cool, and free continental breakfast if you so choose. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is our third stay at this park and it is better than ever. It is small with tight spaces especially for larger rigs, however the layout and well maintained landscape lends itself to sitting outside on you patio, socializing with your neighbors if you care to and enjoying the quiet (except for the frogs that serenade you at dusk) and enjoying a truly unique RV park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy access to 101. Lovely park, but very tight turns. Our motorhome is 38 feet and we had to watch every turn very closely. The sites themselves are cramped. We had an extremely small area left to park our toad. In fact the back brake light on our toad was "kissed" by another motorhome trying to pass by. We also had to use bungee cords to hold back the branches of a tree in our sight as to not cause damage to our rig. We would not stay here again for these reasons. The staff is very nice and they do bring a paper and have free continental breakfast in the lobby. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Quiet park, away from traffic, great stop over along I-5. Friendly staff, free breakfast available. WiFi free and very reliable. Cheap gas available less than a mile West on Lake, near large shopping complex. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Friendly staff. Nice pool. Everything was clean and worked. Lots of shade, may be a problem for dish users. Cable TV was a bit lacking in channel selection. Quiet but close to gas and stores. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The only reason we're not rating this park a 10 is that the pool is not heated and there currently is no spa (one is planned for late summer, I believe). I should mention that the RV park is only a block away from a "water park". Sites are wide and tree-covered, and landscaped very nicely; the park is well-sheltered from freeway noise, and it is maintained "to the nines". Restrooms are gorgeous, and are fully tiled; pedestal sinks top off the decorator's touch. Concrete pads make leveling a cinch. Siting my satellite antenna was a bit tricky due to the extensive tree cover (shade would be very welcome here during summer months!). We'll be sure to stay here any time we're in the neighborhood again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We really enjoyed this park. The staff was friendly, the restrooms/showers were very clean, and the spaces were nice. We had a pull-through site which was adequate for us. There was a morning paper delivered to our site, and they have a decent continental breakfast available. They have a small general store and the frogs in the river lulled us to sleep! We were here in a 30' class A. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Like its Eugene sister park, this one is also very nice and clean and pricey. It's certainly top of quality in appearance. Unlike its sister park, however, it's way too tight for large rigs. We had to pull a slide in part way because a wood post was too close on one side and a tree on the other. We'd stay here again for a nighter. Way too expensive IMP. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
What a lovely park. What nice staff. Restrooms are absolutely immaculate. The price is a little high, but compared to what I've gotten for a few dollars less (as in, not much for $28-30) while traveling the Interstate 5 corridor, I think it's not out-of-line. There were quite a few residents who seemed to be at the park on a long-time basis; but even though we were there only one night, everyone was extremely friendly. I would not hesitate to stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were pleasantly surprised at how nice this campground was when we pulled in-- access roads are paved, parking pads are concrete, and very nice trees and landscaping between sites. New play structure for kids and a nice pool. Continental breakfast included with price. Wi-fi access is very good and now free. Easy access off Highway 5 but relatively quiet. Located within a walking distance to a very popular water park. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is located close to I-5 and central Redding. There is a WaterWorks Park (water slides & pool) just one block away. The park is well landscaped and well maintained, but the pull through sites and internal roads are small and narrow for big motorhome access. Be sure to have an extra pair of eyes when navigating through the park to avoid the numerous parked cars sticking out from the sites. There are shade trees all around. As with other Premier RV Resorts, the lounge and reception lodge area is well furnished (fireplace, library). The lounge serves continental breakfast and provide free newspaper in the morning, very friendly host. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an excellent, small, well-managed, clean, quaint RV Park complete with shade trees, continental breakfast, running creek with croaking frogs, sparkling swimming pool, and an environment that makes you want to stay for weeks instead of days. Spaces are a bit tight but can be carefully navigated. Staff is friendly and dedicated. The rest room and shower facilities are spotless as is the rest of the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park. A little bit of Highway noise but not too bad. They don't allow fire pits, so don't bother packing any fire wood. They will let you bar-b-que with briquets however. All in all a very nice campground. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice quite park close to town. Easy access from/to Interstate 5. Staff are exceptionally friendly. Sites are long enough, but entering and exiting most sites is a bit cramped due to narrow roadways with some long term folks parking close to the roadway. We make it a point to stay here when we travel through, or have business in, the Redding area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Before we went to this campground, we checked out their website for rates. We asked for a Full Hookup Site for a 30' motorhome with 30 Amp, and their website said the rate was 39.00. But what we got was a Premier Site 50Amp. Here's the catch, the Premier site has both 30 Amp and 50 Amp. So my wife and I, plus our two kids, ended up paying almost 50.00 per night. Also, their Wi-Fi internet is 5.00 per year. We thought it was free? Campground is clean, very nice, simple landscaping, bathrooms and showers were super clean and very nicely updated - spa like. There is a dog run area, no playground for the kids, and there is a very small selection of beer, wine and pop to purchase at the front store. I wouldn't really call this a campground because there are no firepits and your neighbors are less than 10 feet from you on both sides. There is a small 6 foot wide stretch of grass between motorhomes with 2 feet of concrete patio on either side for picnic tables. It appeared to me that everyone in this park has their day and night shades down on their coach's for privacy. Its a great place to stay for a night or two. We prefer a little more privacy between sites, though. It works for us since it is quiet, clean, close to Turtle Bay and the owners were very nice. There is a free paper in the morning, continental breakfast of coffee, tea juice, bagels and pastries. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 9 / 10 ]
Very nice. A little tight here and there, but the main problem was RVers who thoughtlessly parked their trucks and cars so they encroached on the roads and drives. Would prefer free wireless internet, of course! Very friendly staff. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great park! It's close to the freeway, but quiet. They have continental breakfast and leave a newspaper on your doorstep. We stayed there for several weeks and weekends throughout the year. They give you a weekly rate if you stay the entire week. Manager and office is very friendly and accommodating. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
An older campground that is somewhat tight for big rigs. They've done a good job refurbishing it but it is still basically an older campground with spaces that are too tight and too close together. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful grass and trees. Extra long spots. Cleanest bathrooms ever. Friendly owners and hosts. Continental breakfast and newspaper in the morning. Shows lots of pride in ownership. Can hardly wait to go back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Just as the prior reviews say this park is is still excellent. However the cost continues to climb. It cost us $38 for a pull/full, and wifi would have been another $5. We used the free modem in the office. So if you have the dough in the Redding area this is a great place to stay. As a side note the new pedestrian Sundial Bridge is about 2 miles away, ask the office for map and directions, it's worth the time to see (even lighted at night). We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was an outstanding park: mature oak trees, immaculate sites and grounds. The
bathrooms/showers were very nicely-appointed and spotlessly clean. There were also some very nice touches that definitely set this park apart from any we've visited before: a local newspaper was quietly placed on our doorstep each morning, and a continental breakfast was provided between 8 and 9 a.m.every morning in the cozy and tastefully-decorated lobby. Generally, there was at least one of the owners there to greet us and to see that we had everything we needed. We look forward to going back. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
[ 10 / 10 ]
This is a great place to stop along the I-5 corridor. Near the freeway but far enough away that you do not ever hear any road noise. Friendly, helpful staff. Nicely landscaped, paved sites. Clean bathrooms. They even deliver a newspaper to your site every morning! Complimentary continental breakfast. The best spot to stop in Redding. Big rig friendly with easy on/off from I-5. Actually liked the place enough that we may go back just to visit Redding! We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 10 / 10 ]
Cleanest, best kept RV park ever. Their bathrooms & showers are upgraded to new home standards and are kept spotless. We live nearby and even use this park as a spare bedroom (in the MH) when we have company. Near Hwy I-5. Paved
pull-throughs and trees and grass at every site. Skilled and courteous management. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 9 / 10 ]
It's obvious that the owners and managers enjoy what they do. This RV park is beautiful. It had the cleanest facilities (front office/store, rec room, and bathrooms/showers) we have ever seen. Sites were fairly large and well groomed. The only downside is that there isn't a lot of privacy. But still, if you are passing through Redding and need a nice place to stay, we would definitely recommend this park. We camped here in a camper.
Right off the freeway in north Redding. This park sits on a hillside, but the sites are level and paved. The sites up top are quiet. All amenities included. A great place to overnight at a great value. If you have time, I recommend getting a pizza delivered from the Ultimate Pizza store in Redding. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rate reflects 3 nights. Quick and efficient check in by very friendly staff. Very level , paved, clean pull thru on upper level of park with a nice view. All utilities were excellent, the WiFi was really fast and lots of channels on cable. Some freeway noise, but certainly not bothersome. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The rate shown is the Passport America, but were assessed a $5/night electric fee that makes the PPA rate more than half of their regular rate. We stopped here overnight on our way south, and this park was OK for that, but not much more. The sites are long and paved, but a little close together. Utilities worked well for the most part, but water pressure was a little on the low side. Verizon signal was fine. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park: clean, quiet, small, but adequate pool and laundry. It was recommended to us by friends and now we will recommend it to everyone. Manager was charming and efficient at helping us sort thru all the things we wanted to do in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great RV camp. It is clean, well-maintained, and the staff are friendly and helpful. The only reason I didn't give this park a 10 is because of its proximity to I5 which is busy and noisy 24/7. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great campground with great amenities. Level and long pull-thru campsites. Super fast WiFi connections. We will definitely come back here to stay longer when the weather is not so hot. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a well kept park but is poorly laid out. No level area for outside seating/eating except the driveway. No table. One way exit causes problems when all sites are full because one cannot get a vehicle to the RV. Wi-Fi very iffy. Good access to Lassen Volcanic Park/shopping, Lake Shasta. Would stay there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rate reflects Passport America discount plus taxes. Very, very narrow parking pads. Our 5th wheel took up most of the site so the steps were actually over the grass. You really have to like your neighbor's here. Very poor water pressure. Although they say the WiFi works throughout the park, we could not connect with our computers or iPad from Site #21. One of the long term residents let their dog out at 7:30 AM, unleashed and unattended. It barked for at least 15 minutes before they let it back in their RV. Some trees in the sites need some trimming. We will not stay here again, even with the PA discount. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Asphalt roads and pads. Long narrow pull through sites: OK to get into but no space after slides are out. Some trees and a small grass area. Recreation room, non heated pool, no hot tub. Located ½ mile from The freeway, but up on a hill so very little freeway noise. Close to Lake Shasta and Mt Lassen Nat'l park. Friendly and helpful staff. $35. Passport discount only good for the first night, also accepts Good Sam. We would stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Have stayed here before and will certainly stay here again. The park was clean, sites level, and the hosts were terrific. Everyone was incredibly friendly and helpful when inquiring about things to do in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
They charged an extra $5 to use Passport America. Sites were asphalt & tight. Park is tight for big rigs. Office help nice. Will probably not stay here again - knowing first hand some of the other parks nearby. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice park. Very Friendly helpful people. On a hill so almost all sites have a nice view of Mt. Shasta. The only negative thing is it is not well marked if you are approaching form the north. We were lost for about 45 minutes before we finally figured out how to get to it. (Should have read Woodalls) We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is our third time staying here in the past three years. The rate includes one night PA and one night Good Sam. One surprise from last year is the $5.00 "electric surcharge". Still, not too bad a deal. Like has been said, terraced spots on a hill. It was level so we didn't even need to extend our jacks. Long, plenty of room for our 34 foot RV and our car. Very nice people in the office. The gal who helped us had only been in town for a couple of months, but still tried to be helpful about things around town She didn't try to "bluff" her way through, so she didn't get us into any trouble. Restrooms nice. Haven't used the laundry. We will probably stay here again, even though the $5.00 seems a little petty. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great park for overnight or how ever long you may want to stay. The lady that checked us in was very helpful and friendly. I could not get the Wi-Fi to connect, but my verizon card worked great. The spaces are narrow, but we had a pull through that was 70 ft so we did not have to unhook. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very friendly office staff. Clean park, restrooms & showers. Large rigs OK Park is on a hill, but did not present any problems. Rate we paid was for 2 nights using Passport America for one night and Good Sam discount for additional night. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
First night was Passport America rate, and then Good Sam's for the second. Restrooms and showers very clean and very good. The site was level with asphalt. The site we had needed a little tree trimming. Sites might be considered close but adequate for a 40 foot with 4 slides and had grass in between. Site access was good but up hill. Park roads were asphalt. Internet was slow. Next to I-5 but we were on top of the hill but we heard the traffic, kind of like being next to a flowing river. Sort of white noise. The workers were friendly and helpful and didn't notice any lighting. Park was well maintained and upgrading was on-going. We stayed to see the Sun Dial bridge. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a last minute choice for us; we did not take the time to check out various choices. We were pushing to cover ground, returning toward home, so we picked this off the "GS" park finder app. The facilities are nice, with mostly asphalt-paved sites, though some are concrete. Hillside location overlooks the freeway in the distance, but it's not too noisy. As a late arrival, the office was closed, but we were directed to "take any vacant space" and selected a small back-in site suitable for our rig. (Prices vary by length, so don't take something bigger than what you really need.) The restroom/showers were old, but well maintained and clean. (Better than some newer facilities I've seen.) I'd have rated the park higher, but there was dog waste within a few feet of the water faucet. I guess some guests are not very fastidious. I would stay here again. (When I mentioned the dog waste, the owner gave me a 10% off next visit note on a business card.) We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate reflects a Passport America discount. This was a nice, older park with relatively level sites that were terraced on a hillside. All the sites had a nice planting with a tree or flowers. The bathrooms and showers were clean, the Wi-Fi worked pretty well, the cable TV had a huge selection of channels, the laundry was inexpensive, and there was a great view of Mount Shasta in the distance. A very pleasant experience. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We came into this park last year and new owners had just taken over and you could tell they were going to make some changes and they did for the good. This year you could see the results of there hard work, very nice. Now most people that come here are here for a day at PA rates or are staying here more long term or maybe semi permanent in that case their are things that do need some attention (we stayed here eight days)for instance the pool was dirty and people were swimming in it. The laundry room needed some upgrading,again the owners are great people and i think this will happen in time. I think the weekly rate is to high for this park 24.00 a night would have been about right for a weekly rate, but then again they add a hotel tax to price and a electricity surcharge it all adds up. Seven is the best i can do this time, we will probably come back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We got 1/2 price Passport America rate of $16.50 but they added $5 electric surcharge. The length of pull-through was OK but sites are very narrow and no patio at all. The grass was a bit sloped to put chairs on. The cable and Internet went down for part of evening. We would stay here for one night again passing through, only because of the Passport America rate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our first time at this park. We are very impressed on how clean, well landscaped,easy pull through sites, and very polite and welcoming manager, staff and owner. The price was excellent for this beautiful area and view of Mt.Shasta! It is easy access on and off from I-5. Plenty of restaurants and gas stations close by. We will be stopping again at this park on our next trip for sure. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park is conveniently located next to I-5. We stayed here last spring and there have been some changes all for the better. Friendly manager and helpful to locating services in the area. They offer pastries, coffee and hot cereal each morning. Despite being close to I-5 the site we had was quiet. This is a Passport America park and they charge a $5 surcharge for electricity. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Wow, don't I wish I had taken a second to look on this site before I chose this park from Passport & Enjoy America books. I would have known about the $5 energy surcharge. Another new thing is a 24 hour notice for reservations under the discount plans. We were let in within an hour of our call, since it was a new policy. Otherwise seems to be an OK park for overnight! It is on the frontage road to I-5 but up a hill with some mountain views. I would not come back due to the $5 surcharge. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here over 20 years ago and the park was in better shape then. The first thing that I didn't like was the $5 surcharge for 50 amp. Management said the owner had done an average of other parks and they said the $5 was the lowest. I told them that $5 was extremely high. Sites are very close together, tiered. Had several long term residents on one side of the park while the other side seemed to be used for over nighters. Simply due to the $5 electrical for 50 amps on PassPort of America, I will not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is on the west side of I-5 but the noise is ok for one or two nights. The staff at check-in was great. Sites are terraced with grass between them. Big rigs towing can get through without problems. The sites are fairly close together but managable with slides. There is a small store inside the office with a decent selection of ice cream. Verizon wireless card works well, but WiFi is marginal at the far end of the park. The rate is Enjoy America and I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The passport America book and website says their rate is $16 a night. We were charged $23. When we questioned this they said that when the new owner took over they added an addition $5 fee on. The sites were narrow and sloped which made it hard to get level. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park was easy to find and the lady checking us in was helpful and pleasant. Most sites are pull-through and are level. The park was clean and the noise from the highway was not too noticeable. The streets are black topped. The water pressure was not the best but it was okay. I would stay here again and recommend it to others as the cost with Passport America is $15 a night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here 10 days for Kool April Nights and i can say this park has improved a lot since 2008. The new owners are trying to improve this park from its past, and I might say they are doing a great job. Easy in and out for overnighters and I think it will continue to get better. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rather low end, but ok for a night or two. The slots are very narrow and on a sloping hill with no room for picnic tables or sitting outside. Its located next to the interstate and a main road with plenty of traffic noise and sirens. They have a sewer problem or something, because the toilets invariably are stopped up. Yuk. The whole place is rather run down, with full timers having trash and debris accumulated around their spaces. Surely management could do something about this. Nice pool. Nice employees. Nice price. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice enough for overnight. As mentioned previously, the spots are very narrow. There has been a lot of rain in the area and the sites are all mud. They aren't terribly level so there is a lot of puddling. The bathrooms and showers were clean. Check-in lady was nice. PA price is not available for the back in spots - pull throughs only. WiFi worked very well. Cable had 24 stations. I would stay here again for the price. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here one night using our Passport America card. Their pull-through sites are pretty narrow. Our slide outs were within 12" of our neighbors. As it was 110 degrees, it did not matter that they did not have any space for a picnic table. However they have a nice pool which we gratefully made use of to cool off. They are located just off the freeway so there is some highway noise, but it was not too bad as we ran our AC all night. It's a good place to stay for one night on the way. We camped here in a Motorhome.
PA rate. The park was easy on/off I-5 for an overnight stay. We requested a pull through, but were glad we disconnected at the check in area. Our site (#102) was extremely narrow, with electric pedestal on the left and a large tree (with low hanging branches)on the right. Way too tight, but we got in and settled. Site was level, we only hooked up electric and cable (worked fine). The 5th wheel next to us, took out the campground sprinkler head trying to squeeze into their site. What a watery mess. The bathrooms/showers were clean. The wi-fi signal was weak; we had to go to the office to get a signal. We would overnight here again, but would request a site without a tree!!!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for a birthday celebration of a family member. It had rained a lot over the last few days. This is an older park with narrower sites. However, the sites are long, allowing for extra parking. Some of the sites don't drain very well, so they are pretty soggy during the rainy times. About a third of the park is filled with full timers who have stuff sprawled all over their small sites, so it is a little un-sightly in places. The park is clean of trash and such, so from that perspective the staff does a nice job. We would come here again, in the summer time when things are a little less soggy. In that case, we would probably give the park a 7 rating. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed at this campground because it was listed with Camping USA and received 50% off our first night's stay. The second night we had to pay full price, but received a 15% discount with our Good Sam membership. Add tax to the prices listed. This campground is easily seen and accessed via Hwy 299 or Interstate 5. It is close to town, the Sundial Bridge and Turtle Bay Exploration Park, and shopping is nearby with stores such as Best Buy, Trader Joe's, PetSmart, Walmart, Target, and Shasta Mall, just to name a few. Driving in, it doesn't look promising as you pass right by a kind of run down looking storage facility with quite a few old RVs inside, but don't let that deter you, as the RV park itself is behind it and looks a lot better. We agree with previous reviewers that there are a lot of permanent residents on site and that quite a few of their rigs look less than ideal. However, we had no problems with anyone at the park and it was quiet and clean while we were there. The grounds were well-maintained and the owners were constantly watering and trimming. Trash was picked up and none was lying around. The pool was clean and available for use, which was quite nice as we were there during a triple-digit heat wave. The laundry room was adequate with 4 washers and dryers. They were deep, large-size washers which is very nice. The store / office was clean and stocked with the basics. The office staff was very friendly and helpful. Included in the price was free cable TV and free WiFi (both of which worked fine for us). We had no problems with the electric (we use 30 amp) and we were running the A/C constantly with the 105 degree temps. The water pressure was comparable to other parks we've been in. The sites were pull-through and on a slope, as has been mentioned. We had no difficulty getting in or out or parking (we have a 32' 5th wheel). The sites were quite close, but there was a small strip of grass between them. Our site had a couple of small trees which provided a little shade, but we did notice other sites without any trees or shade. A dog walk was available, which had grass and was clean. There was some highway noise, but we've heard worse and it didn't keep us awake at night. All in all, we were satisfied with our stay and would stay again at the Camping USA price if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was one scary site. Not because of the neighbors or the staff but the site is on a side hill and very narrow. We were told the sites were 70 ft long. They weren't. They were also so narrow that we couldn't put our our uphill slide. and our step was hanging in the air on the downhill side. Hard to access and get out of. Not all that clean or well maintained. Will not stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park is just OK. There are lots of permanent residents, sort of junky in the back. Very narrow sites, paved but not all are level. Water pressure just OK. When it rains the areas between sites get muddy. We will not stay here next year. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good Sam discount rate is quoted. This park has gone downhill since our last visit. Our power was not working due to a tripped circuit breaker in the office. Garbage was piling up around all the garbage cans. The Wi-Fi kept cutting out even with four antenna locations around the park. Our pull through site had rocks all over the pavement. Hope this situation changes or I won't be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Restrooms were not very clean and not well-equipped. Sites very narrow. We had stayed here before and this time they ran our site fee before we arrived, using the card # they had on file without telling us. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Considering how close to the freeway this park is, it still is fairly quiet. As an overnighter we were assigned a pull through site. The seasonals seem to be parked in back-ins. What a great view from the park. To the north Mount Shasta, and to the east Mount Lassen. Book exchange in the office. Friendly hosts who love cats and dogs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park was well maintained, restrooms were very clean. Park is on a hillside, not much flat area except the pad you park on. We stayed here for 9 days while visiting family. We would return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Free Wi-Fi is a definite plus. They also have free cable if you want it - we use a satellite which had no problem finding a signal. Sites are paved & terraced, giving sites a small grass area between them. We stayed here using Enjoy America & got the first night for 1/2 price. It is convenient to the freeway ( I5 ) and downtown Redding. It is VERY noisy. If you stay here be sure and have dinner at Jacks Grill, it's a local favorite, and is located downtown. ( the staff was not able to provide directions to it however, we had to find it on our own ) We camped here in a Motorhome.
Concur with other posters. Location adjacent to I-5 is convenient for travelers but noisy. However, noise of freeway was drowned out by the noise of our air conditioner running in the 101 degree heat. Clean, has friendly owners and free and fast Wi-Fi. For an overnight stay on our way somewhere else, it was perfect. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is okay for an overnight stay, but not much more. There is no shade, and it is right next to a very noisy freeway (Interstate 5). On the other hand, the free WiFi worked fine, the pool and the restrooms were clean, and the site access was easy. The site was fairly level, and it was paved. [In my opinion, the Premier Park (which is nearby) is much nicer, although it is more expensive and they charge $5 for WiFi.] We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Located south of Redding on the river. Lots of big trees for shade, satellite iffy, good cable, Wi-Fi, pet friendly. Plenty of shopping around (4 miles), Verizon strong. Lots of full timers along river. Boat launch, fishing. Good for a couple of days. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here two nights on our way to Disney and back. Surprisingly quiet park even though the location was just off of I-5. The bathrooms were very clean and site well maintained. The staff very friendly. Only negative was that no Wi-Fi code or bathroom code was given to us when we checked in after hours. Had to get the code from the camp host who was nice enough to provide it to us even though it was quite late in the evening. The sign to the park needs better directions as we ended up going the wrong way following the directional sign. Overall though had a nice stay, would come back if we are in the area again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a convenient location for a one-night stay. It was after peak-season, so there was plenty to pick from. We did not use the bathrooms as we arrived late and left unexpectedly early to visit the B&B RV Center for service. (BTW: B&B RV Center was GREAT and responsive to our "walk-in.") This time of year, most appeared to be permanents. It was generally quiet, but you can hear I-5. The park is in a lovely location, right on the Sacramento River. It was very clean and I really liked the sites, being gravel with concrete 2" curbs along each side. This keeps drivers from messing up the grass and the sites very tidy. Internet was good in Site 34. Verizon coverage was very good. We would return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Camped here for one night on our way to Eureka. It appears the park has many permanent residents and limited spaces for RV'ers. The park has many shade trees which helped in the 100 degree heat. Staff was friendly and helpful in assigning a space. I would camp here again if I were driving through this area, but would not stay for an extended period. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Camped here for six nights with our Loners on Wheels club. We had 21 rigs. Management was very friendly and accommodating for our entire group. There is a nice clubhouse for use of groups. Facilities were clean and neat. There are a number of permanent residents in the campground, but spaces were neat and orderly. Mature trees provide shade for many spaces. Walking trails along banks of the Sacramento River, pet areas, close to major shopping. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had a nice shady site. The kids enjoyed the pool and the area was well kept. I did not like paying $1 a night for cable, but there were many analog and digital channels available. Also, would have preferred a few less long termers in the park. The guy next to us looked like he was under house arrest as he had a transmitter around his ankle. We stayed three nights and would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We were disappointed when we were the only campers in the place. Seems all others were permanent residents. Also, we got to listen to the scumbags next to us fight all day and night. This is a very unpleasant place, and we wouldn't recommend it unless you are very tolerant. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A discount is not available if you reserve/register online. The WiFi network was visible but locked down. We were not given an access code. We were greatly disturbed by 3 visits to the rig behind us by the Sheriff's Dept. One vehicle was an unmarked squad car containing 4 detectives. The site was clearly marked but the turns were very tight due to both the turns and vehicle congestion. We had to dig out the sewer dump cap as the grass had grown over it. Our rig would not fit beneath the olive tree of our "pull through" The park is reasonably clean with MANY long term residents who have NOT maintained their rigs. Many in the back half of the park close to the "creek" that joins the river have ripped awnings, screen-less entry doors, and residents in questionable attire. The term "redneck" comes to mind. There also were many nice people with good rigs. They, however, were not where we were parked. Our safety is more important than a good rate. We will not stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park gives the Good Sam discount, but is not a Good Sam Park. A lot of perm residents and run down trailers. Nice place if you like shade and we washed our rig on site. A lot of cars driving through into the night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I agree with previous reviews, this park seems to cater to it's permanent residents. There were many long term residents here with too much clutter outside of the trailers. Otherwise the grounds were clean, great shade on almost all the sites but we did find many of the trees needed to be trimmed. We didn't use the showers or restrooms but the laundry was clean and reasonably priced. This was a nice location to explore the surrounding areas. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Wifi was terrible. Did not feel safe in this park, saw too many sheriff vehicles in and out. Pool overrun by unsupervised youths, could not get in to laundry room or shower, clubhouse not accessible. A lot of resident trailers. Shade was nice, playground was unsafe and outdated. Would not return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Good shade, good cable. We arrived in the area during the heat wave of June and from the interstate this looked like an oasis as it was 115 degrees. It was so hot, we did not venture out. Yes, there are many permanents and are throughout the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a nice park, but really seemed geared towards permanent residents and families living in all kinds, makes and models of RVs. Being close to the river was nice. It was a little noisy at night (we stayed there on a Saturday night) but people did quiet down before too late. We liked the shade trees and lawns. Some residents really spruced up their pads with plants and creative landscaping. The people we met were friendly. The grounds were clean and the management friendly. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We really like this park as it has a lot of shade trees and it made it a lot cooler. The staff was very friendly and even helped us get on Wifi, which was free. The freeway isn't far away, but it didn't bother me and I'm a light sleeper. There is a train way off in the distance, but wasn't a bother. It's just a very pleasent park, with lots of grass and trees. It wasn't listed as a Good Sam Park, but they asked us if we had it, and gave us the discount! It's about 7-8 miles south of Redding, almost in Anderson. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I give this park a 8 because its quiet, secure and they give you back ten dollars per person for casino play. I took two points off for no internet and no cable. For one night if weather permitting I would stay in parking lot but for longer stays definitely in the park. The surrounding area ia very well landscaped it would be interesting to fast forward ten years and see what time and wear has done to this park: hopefully it looks the same. I will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Asphalt parking lot with utilities on curb island. Enough room for slide outs only. Some sites not level front to back. Entry road to the left before you pass the casino building. Lock on electric box so you must register inside casino. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.