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Long Ravine Resort, Colfax, California

Date of Stay: August, 2007 - $31.00
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Overall this campground was decent - I would call it average. It is easy to access while towing a trailer and not far from the freeway (but not TOO close) and close to the small town of Colfax. The main use of this campground seemed to be for boating - there were a large number of boat trailers everywhere! The electrical hookups in the main loop (designated E1 - E13) were standard household 15 amps, and our site was more than 50 ft from the nearest water spigot. The smallish beach was nice, although it dropped off into deep water very quickly. There is a restaurant/grill and boat rentals store right next to it. The sites were large with plenty of tall trees (mostly oaks) for shade. The dump station was adequate. We did see other RV sites that had 30 amp + water hookups, but they were all in a row like a parking lot on the main road and near the restaurant. Cons: Despite lots of room, the place still felt crowded due to lack of shrubs or low-growing trees, narrow roads, and many extra vehicles parked along the roads. It was quite loud and we did not see a single chipmunk, deer, or other wildlife in the campground. There was no easy walking access to the lake due to steep slopes. We camped at Long Ravine Resort in a Travel Trailer.


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