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30 RV Parks near Chilcoot, California
Jun 2016 - $20.00
I would have rated it a 3 but the people are awesome so I had to bump the rating to 4. The office manager and grounds keeper are awesome people and will do almost anything to help you. The park is a very basic park with full hookups. The sites are compact dirt and most are under large pine trees with lots of shade. There are also pull-thru sites and sites in the open. Our lot was fairly level, only needed two leveling blocks. The price we paid is based on the weekly rate, which is quite reasonable. There were a lot of regulars who show up the same time every year. We made friends with all of them. Would definitely stay there again. - newbies2016
Aug 2009 - $18.00
We had an enjoyable stay at this lovely small park. It was quiet and peaceful and wildlife wandered through several times a day. The staff was friendly and helpful. We spent and extra night simply because it was so charming. We will return soon. - friend
May 2008 - $17.00
Campground is close to Lake Davis. It was small, and OK for $17 a night with basic hook-ups. Manager was very nice and helpful. We will be back in near future. - blossom
Aug 2018 - $25.00
This is one of several Forest Svc. campgrounds along the shore of Lake Davis, but the only one that really has sites large enough for anything more than a pop-up tent trailer. The roads are not particularly wide, and many of the sites are short or have very narrow access. We've found a few we like and I will attach photos of some of them. Bathrooms have flush toilets and running water and are kept clean daily. Showers are coin-operated and often get very busy. Fresh water spigots are scattered around the campground. Fire pits and picnic tables are in good shape. Hosts come around often and will enforce noise rules and vehicle parking and limits. Campground is beautiful with large pines, plenty of shade, and easy lake access for kayaks and other small boats. There is a fee dump station just outside the camp entrance. Sites that we noted as large enough for our 25' trailer: Loop 1: 9, 16, 17, 24; Loop 2: NONE; Loop 3: 60, 62. - Labs
Oct 2019 - $40.00
This is a well maintained campground, easy on and off Highway 395. Interior road is paved, and big rig access is fair. Our paved and level pull through was a little on the tight side, just long enough to get our 40ft coach and towed into. There was grass and a tree between each site but our table was broken and not usable. The bathrooms were modern and clean and the laundry although small was clean and well equipped with washers and dryers. Pet friendly with a small dog run, doggie bags and a disposal station. WiFi was good. The utilities were perfectly placed. I took a peek into the Restaurant just to check it out, but the atmosphere was way too smoky for me! There is a very large parking area behind the casino as well as a gas station, with excellent prices. For us this was a really great overnighter and we would definitely stay here again. - Bluejug
Sep 2019 - $40.00
The campground was right off highway 395, easy to get into and easy to move around in. The campground was neat, well kept and well maintained. Nice concrete pads, big enough for my 44' fifth wheel, although we did have to disconnect only because of the location of the services. Picnic table and well maintained grass on the site. The attached casino was pretty dumpy but that didn't interest me anyway. This is a great spot for an over-nighter of even for extended stays. Highly recommended. - Peter Gauthier
Sep 2019 - $40.00
We stayed here for 5 nights in fifth wheel. Park is well kept with one tree and grass on every site. All sites are pull thru with full hook ups. Sites are tight, but not the worst that I’ve ever seen. Our site had a broken concrete picnic table making it practically useless. The attached chairs were broken off. The Casino is small, but didn’t use. I avoided the restaurant due to negative reviews in the past. Reno is about 10-15 miles away.
The Park is in the desert without much to do. The country side is bland desert. Days are hot (85-95) and cool at night (48-55). This is late August and early September. The nearby lake is clay colored and looks lifeless.
The laundry is small and not air conditioned making it very hot during 90 degree days. Only 2 loads at a time. 4 machines total. Local full timers patrol usage. - CamperDanandBenne