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22 RV Parks near Cutler, California
We did however find 22 campgrounds within 25 miles of Cutler. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Cutler in the left hand column.
Jun 2007 - $42.00
Grass smelled like dog urine unfriendly staff. Very over priced and over rated! Would not recommend to anyone! - cyoung5
Apr 2017 - $45.00
We booked our reservation at this RV Resort in October 2016. We arrived at the resort at 3:00 p.m. on 4/29/17. The sign shows office hours of 10-4. The office was closed when we arrived. Rang the buzzer, no one answered. Called the after hours number. Woman who answered said she was in town and would be back in 10 minutes. When she arrived her appearance was less than business like even for a campground. She was courteous and explained they had experienced some flooding from the river and the ground was till drying out. We understood. She offered us site 44 and it was a good thing we took it as site 43 still had standing water in it. When we got out of our rig we were greeted by an unpleasant smell. Thought it was from the flooding until we read another review from two weeks prior stating the river flooding had caused the sewer system to back up onto the grounds covering his patio rug and hoses in feces. Now we know what the smell was as the ground was still wet. It would have been nice to know this problem had occurred before my husband crawled on the ground under the coach to put the jack pads down so our jacks would not sink into the soft, wet ground. Many older, unmaintained permanent RV's in the park. All amenities are in much need of repair. Not well maintained park at all. Extremely disappointed. Will lose one day's rental fee and be inconvenienced, but we are relocating our rig to another park as even one more night in this park is not worth the price they charge. - LivADrm
Sep 2016 - $45.00
We have been here before and enjoyed the peace and quiet of being off the road away from the highway and near the river area (only has water in mid summer) This time we were surrounded by workers who partied all night, had to pay for our electricity ($8.19 for one night) on top of the $45.00 and were charged for Tengo internet ($4.00) if we wanted it for one night. We asked for a partial refund due to the extreme noise while we were trying to sleep but no dice. We will not return. We don't need to be nickel and dimed for our stay. It is an insult. - saturn7
Nov 2015 - $45.00
Was all right for a couple of nights. Do not recommend for a long term stay, did not have much to offer in way of amenities. Site map stated there were trash bins throughout the park; after a 10 minute walk we found 1 near the laundry room.
We were there in November, park had the feel it was closed for the season. - Our-Wandering-Casa
Mar 2017 - $20.00
This is simply a parking lot behind the Elks lodge and is for Elks members and their guests only. Since rvers have gotten the impression that it is an rv park for the public, there is now a volunteer host to sort things out. For Elks members there are a few large, level parking slots with 50 amp service and on the night we were there, a wednesday, dinner was available in the lodge. - mrosie
Nov 2016 - $20.00
This is our second stay here after visiting almost exactly two years ago. No significant changes noted. Nothing fancy... just a safe place to spend the night with electric and water hookups (dump station on site).
We use cellular internet and found AT&T's LTE signal was surprisingly weak during this visit. Verizon's LTE signal was slightly stronger, but we found both AT&T and Verizon data speeds to be very slow.
There were maybe a dozen rigs here during our visit but plenty of spaces were left. There's a moderate amount of nearby road noise during the day and evening, but it died off during the night. - Gyropilot
Apr 2016 - $20.00
Not much to add to the other reviews except that the park receives very little maintenance. The blacktop is starting to disintegrate and could use a good sweeping. The hook-ups are overgrown with limbs. There were only a small number of rigs  in the lot. Back-up as far as you can because the hook-ups are way in the back of the site. Reservations are not accepted or needed. I will stay here again because it is only a few blocks to the Visalia Country Club - a nice course with a great clubhouse. - bradydane2009
Oct 2019 - $40.00
Nice open sites, train and freeway were pretty loud. Still nice for an overnight stay. Friendly staff in person and on phone. - Val Hannah
Jun 2019 - $42.00
This is a nice park for an overnite stop. One section is for full time residents, with a section for short stay campers. We had a shady site with a large grass area behind our 5th wheel. We would definitely choose this park for a stop-over again. - mac48
Apr 2018 - $35.00
Very pretty grounds, good playgrounds and laundry, very helpful staff. They have worked hard to make it lovely. After reading the older reviews and noting that the park is under new ownership we decided to go in. Glad we did. - Road ramblers
Oct 2019 - $58.00
The photos of this KOA on the KOA site really need to be updated. It pictured a beautiful park with well kept roses, lush green grass and large shaded sites. It showed photos of the beautiful Sequoia National Forest as if it was right within viewing sight at least. What it really is surrounded by is a flat, dusty unplanted farm field on one side with a urban ghetto surrounding the rest. The park itself had dying roses (yes this was not flowering season but they hadn’t even been deadheaded) dead and dying grass and only a few trees. The mountains were far enough away you could barely make them out for the dust and smog. I coughed constantly due to the dust in the campground. We had barely leveled our 5th wheel in the very short pull through when the care taker was telling us we couldn’t leave the truck next to the trailer because of his dead and brown grass patches.
Our view from our trailer was some permanent travel trailers which looked like an episode of hoarders. The WiFi was terrible and you could barely see the cable. - Denyce
Jul 2019 - $60.00
Older park in a residential neighborhood. Very quiet at night. It was extremely hot while we were there, so we didn't sit outside. Close to Sequoia, Kings Canyon, and my family. We had a shaded spot with two trees. Electrical was excellent. We kept two air conditioners going all the time. Laundry is clean. You pay in advance and get a laundry card, which covers both wash and dry. $10 deposit for card, which you get back if you return it. Store was adequate, but you are close to downtown with all amenities. We would stay here again. - WSKeifer
Jun 2019 - $45.00
Good park, laid out well. Good pool, play areas, and dog walk. Generous spacing between sites. Fairly well kept. internet was BAD (less than 1 mbps). My WIFi Ranger didn't even help much, however my AT&T Nighthawk worked well. The best compliment I can give.....my dogs liked this park; what else matters ! Would I stay here again? Absolutely ! I stayed in early June and the grass was already starting to get burned to a crisp. The hosts were great. - Phaeton01
Oct 2018 - $40.00
Nice park. Was a "mobile home" park but is transitioning to an RV park. Many full timers. Quiet, nice place. Air quality in Visalia is ranked among the worst in USA! - Captain Gort
Aug 2018 - $45.00
A 55+ mobile home park with a few 'overnight' spots. Attendant very friendly. Sight was big enough but concrete slab was in bad shape. In town on a rather busy street but okay for one night. - OBZRV2
May 2018 - $45.00
Not a resort but a perfect place for a short stay. Is an older mobile home park with a few RV spots to the left of the office. The park was able a provide a spot to accommodate our 43 ft and tow vehicle. No complaints about water, electricity or sewer. A bit noisy as we were quite close to I fairly busy road, but it worked out well for us. Office staff were nice. - Susan M
Apr 2010 - $22.00
Small, campground north of Visalia, with predominantly permanent residents. Only 30 amp service and our 32 foot motorhome with tow barely fit into one of their pull through sites. Could not connect sewer hose because of small pull through size. Located right next to Hwy 99 so expect alot of road noise. Facilities are primitive and in disrepair. Pass on this one and head north to the next major town. - Happy G
Jun 2009 - $22.00
Nice, quick park off the freeway. Dirt roads and tall trees. There is freeway noise. It's a good overnight place. Friendly staff. - mycelia
Apr 2009 - $19.00
Well not stay here ever! The park is filled with out of date registration RVs some have 1996 tags. Not one friendly camper said hi. This park could be nice if cleaned out. It would take many tow trucks to move the broken down RVs. - titanium
Jul 2019 - $20.00
We stopped for one night to rest. The park is primarily full-timers. The sites are grass/dirt and somewhat uneven, and several have large shade trees. We were able to find a pull through site so access was easy. Back in sites might not be as easy since the sites are tight; especially if you have a bigger RV. I walked our dogs in the evening and my ankles got eaten up by either fleas or mosquitoes. Some time during the night, an animal made a deposit on our doormat. >:/ The park is conveniently located next to the freeway, but this also makes for road noise when trying to sleep with your windows open. If the road noise doesn't bother you, the train whistle in the middle of the night definitely will. This isn't a destination "resort," but will do for a brief overnight rest on your way to grander places. I'd rate this a Satisfactory Minus; or Bad Plus. For $20/night (Passport America discount), it was a reasonable price for what you get. The closest place to eat (according to Yelp) is 1.2 miles away. - barefootmom
Jan 2019 - $20.00
Really tight for big rigs, uneven ground. Power a little scary but it worked. Will not return. - Buck44
May 2017 - $20.00
A small park, geared for seasonals. Just off the freeway, it's really a stop over on the way to someplace else. The regular price seems a little steep for what's offered. Noisy freeway on one side, busy train tracks right on the other. You'll have a hard time getting a sound sleep. Having said that, the people were friendly enough, the place clean. Ok value for the Passport America 50% discount. - Two Travellers
Jul 2019 - $45.00
This is my kind of RV park. No frills, but everything you need and spacious sites. There are few shade trees, but the ones that are there are good. This was previously a mobile home park, but it is now an RV park and the seasonal/long-term tenants are separated from the overnight area. Very well laid out. Work is still ongoing to update this to a traveler's campground, but everything is there and the price is right. There are full hookups although they could use some work. Due to the spigot choice, it was difficult to hookup my water hose. The sewer dump was basically a rubber waste-pipe reducing fitting...nothing to screw on a standard sewer elbow or fitting or that a sewer hose would stay attached to. It did not appear that other nearby sites had this setup, so maybe it was only my site. The electricity was strong and kept the A/C going all day (100+ when we stayed). All hookups are at the rear and to the right. This posed no problem to me, but those with trailer connections in front of the axles might have issues reaching the connections. The Wi-Fi was recently upgraded so it was quite good. I expect as this becomes a more popular park that the usual slow-down of the WiFi will happen here like other campgrounds. Verizon 4G was strong enough to be useful here in case that the WiFi is out of range or slow. I never met a worker in person. Sites are not pre-assigned, just take an "overnight" site that isn't occupied when you arrive. Self-check-in is at the office. Payment can be by many forms including PayPal/Venmo (kudos for this!) or credit / check / cash, but you have to find the camp host if you want to do credit or cash. In the end, for the location, price, and amenities this is now my go-to park when I want to visit Kings Canyon or Sequoia. The NP entrance is about a 35-minute drive from this campground. - WineStream
May 2019 - $45.00
We enjoyed out stay here although it was a little confusing on arrival. This is an old mobile home park ow being used as an RV park. Because of this, the hookups are not close to where RV hookups are. Sewer hookup was older style. Once we learned we could drive on the grass in any direction (not limited to backing in on the old, asphalt pads) and set up however best suited us, everything worked out fine! Manager was quite helpful once we located her trailer. The ground is quite uneven so beware. After all that, we ended up loving our stay here. Sites are spacious and grassy. No Wifi or TV, but that led to nice relaxing times outdoors! There is a nice laundry (2 washers $1.75) (2 dryers $1.50). This park is closest to north entrance of Sequoia NP and Kings Canyon NP. - webbsafari
Apr 2019 - $36.00
This has been an enjoyable stay for us. That's because of the infectious friendliness and hustle of the two park managers. The strategic value of this campground is that it is closest to the north entrance of Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks. That is important to keep in mind because it does come with some quirks. For example, there is almost never anyone present in the park office (suggest you call about an hour out from arrival). Reservations are made by leaving a message; you will be called back. Next, as an old mobile home park, all the hook-ups are located inconveniently for RVs; however, management will allow guests to drive on the grass to better maneuver into position. Despite claims to the contrary, in 3 days I was not able to spot a single pull-thru site-they are all back-ins. The place is covered with beautiful green grass and the night sky is to die for. Sites have ample separation and utilities proved reliable. While there is no cable TV, we pulled 24 non-network channels. Wi-Fi is present but weak during busy times of the day/night. Verizon coverage was strong. We used a park near the south entrance to Sequoia in conjunction with this park to thoroughly explore Kings Canyon/Sequoia without driving forever. As a strategy, it worked well. We stayed 3 nights and our rent reflects a 20% military discount. This place is very basic and not fancy, but friendly service goes a long way! - TMN-15
Oct 2017 - $30.00
I saw where someone posted the front gate was 12' tall. When I called about reservations the manager told me to use the back gate. Normally it is locked but he arranged to open it when I arrived. They are developing this park. Everything is clean and well maintained. The road is very curvy. Limited site lengths. - Beas
May 2017 - $35.00
We looked for a good RV spot close to Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks, and Sequoia Resorts looked like the place to be! Having read the campgroundreviews.com notes, we knew we would fit under the 12-foot limit they have for RVs (we are 11-feet high), so we reserved six nights there. Office manager was very nice, very helpful. They only have six spots for RVs, but they are all full-hookup, grassy and fairly level. There is a single bathroom/shower; a laundry room with free washer/dryer; and nearby trash cans. They have a lake on the property -- which we walked to, to look at -- but I'm not sure what the rules are about using it. Next to site #6 is a trampoline that kids seemed to love. WiFi was fair. There is no picnic table or fire-pit/grill, but there is a community area with tables/chairs and grill that is right next to the RV sites. They had a DVD library, free to use. We could get 2-3 bars of Verizon. Closest services (i.e. stores) are in Fresno, about an hour away. The roads getting to Sequoia Resort are very, very narrow, are very twisty, and many have blind curves so you can't see what's coming and they can't see you. I down-rated it a bit because of the height limit and difficult roads to get there, but the Resort itself is very nice. Overall, we really liked Sequoia Resort and would stay there again. - RobtL
Aug 2015 - $35.00
First, getting here is an adventure, closer to the nightmare side, CA Rt 245 is a VERY narrow VERY winding back road, luckily we met only one car, but with our 29' class C & toad,we had no major problem getting here or leaving, other than the white knuckles. This campground only has about 6 dirt sites side by side, with no separation, they are all full hookups and fairly level, and while there are some trees, there is very little shade at certain times of day.
The owners are extremely friendly & helpful, while there is no laundry facility, the owner let us use her private machines for free.
This is the closest campground to Sequoia National Park, with full hookups. It is very quiet and peaceful.
There are no picnic tables or fire rings at each site, but there is a sort of "community" area with tables and a grill. All in all, would probably stay here again. - bukhrn