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15 RV Parks near Dinuba, California
We did however find 15 campgrounds within 25 miles of Dinuba. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Dinuba in the left hand column.
Jul 2015 - $25.00
This is a county fairgrounds, it is a place to park with full hookups. There isn't a dog park, there is plenty of grass across the street for dog pottying. There are no close restrooms or showers. There are no picnic tables. There are no walking distance food sources. There are no playgrounds for children. This is only a place to park. - C.J. Arizona
Apr 2011 - $20.00
The site we had was grassy but uneven. The fairground staff were friendly. The 20 dollars was a bit steep for what it was when I compare it to other fairgrounds we have been at for less money. Would not go the distance to get here again. - Rib
Aug 2009 - $20.00
We had talked with the manager several times on the phone about staying here. We were told there were plenty of 50amp spaces available: several pull-throughs and we were to park where we liked. Upon arrival this turned out not to be the case. The pull-through sites are reserved for the "carnies" although there were no events going on. Only one other spot was available with 50amp and it was unlevel, under low hanging trees and looking out on the dumpsters. Both sides of that site were occupied by live-in campers with no pride in their surroundings. We opted to turn around and leave. (We ultimately did not stay here.) - blackbeauty
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
Sep 2015 - $15.00
We had an excellent site here with full hookups. The campground host saw us come in and recommended it because of the size of our fifth wheel (32 feet). It was a perfect site, but I have to be honest, it was a "host" site that was open to the public after Labor Day. The park ranger and the campground host were very friendly and helpful. They really made you feel welcome. Now, the entrance to the campground is not great. My husband was concerned that we might have trouble with the hills and curves going out, but we made it just fine. Not sure a larger rig would have found it as easy. Also, the host said there were rattlesnakes in the area, but we didn't see any. This is a great park and we would stay here again if we were in the area. - Bobbi1948
Jul 2012 - $30.00
We had a very different experience then the other camper. It might be nicer in the cooler months. We stayed mid July and it was really hot (100+). There were some trees, but not much shade, they were pretty dead trees. We stayed in site 18 (upper) with hookups. I was very upset when we pulled up and our spot was IN the parking lot. Yes: no camp site. The street also didn't go though so not sure how a bigger trailer would go though there without doing a 20 point turn. There were a lot of cars in the parking lot, so it was hard to get to our spot. It looks like anybody can just park here and walk to the lake, so that was probably why it was crowded. I also thought the lake was closer. It was too far to walk with 2 kids, so we just drove. Our power went out a couple times also. 100+ weather in a trailer with no air isn't fun. We paid for something that wasn't working. We also had to hike up a hill to get to our table and firepit. It wasn't right next to us. When went to hook up our water, it was across the street and the hose bib wasn't threaded. You couldn't hook a standard hose to it. It looked like the other sites were like that too. We did end up filling the tanks with a lot of work. They do have a dump site on the way out which was nice. We were also told we could get cell service here. The area we stayed would get cell service here and there. It would cut out when we would make a call. This campgroup is about 45 minutes from Fresno. We will never camp at this place again. Usually we are fine with campgrounds, but this place was bad. Also, you don't have much privacy. People in tents are right next to their neighbor campsites, practically in each others sites. We stayed two nights and the people we came with left the day they got here because of no power. Their site was 26 I believe, which was right across from us. It was hard to get the trailer level because it was on such an incline. They didn't feel safe in it. If you have the time, I would say to go Shaver Lake instead. We love camping at (another park) which is less then 2 hours away. You pay only a little bit more and you get full hookups. - googles
May 2011 - $15.00
This is an older COE campground. We reserved site 14 with electric only. The only 3 sites with full hook ups are "walk-up" only, meaning first-come basis. We stayed in 14 for 4 days then switched to site 8 which does have full hook-ups and a beautiful view of the lake. It was very quiet and peaceful and the camp-host/kiosk attendant was very friendly. I was a little apprehensive about the steep climb getting back to the main highway but my coach pulled it fine. However, other than the 5 days of unexpected thunderstorms and rain (not their fault) they did find 5 rattle snakes in a few other campsites. So beware if you camp here. We will definitely camp here again. - P&Ax2onThe Go
Oct 2018 - $53.00
We stayed 13 nights in a fifth wheel with a focus on visiting Sequoia and Kings Canyon NPs. Note that my low rating on the actual site was because it was very off-level which prevented good drain on waste hose and because overhanging olive and pine trees prevented me from raising both Satellite and on-air antennas. This did not seem to be the norm for other sites. They offered to move us but we could not find a site that would work for the period of time we were there. Office staff nice. This is a beautiful area in the middle of citrus, olive, and nut groves. Harvest celebrations are late October. Very convenient to Sequoia and about a 50 minute slog through windy roads to Kings Canyon. You can go through Sequoia to get to KC or take the Dry Creek Rd from 216 just west of 190. Narrow winding roads that are much more enjoyable during the day time than at night for driving to and through the national parks. We found fresh figs and fresh ripe limes on the bush and harvested a few. Pool was closed. Note that October is late in the season and the National Park are shutting down campgrounds, services, facilities in preparation for the winter. - Moe and Flo are on the go
Sep 2018 - $54.00
Small, rustic park with a mix of 30/50 amp FHU back-in/pull through sites and 5 RV sites with no hookups on one side of the park and tent camping sites on the other. Interior roads are gravel and easy to navigate, although trees could use a good trimming. Sites have decent separation, are gravel and wide but vary in levelness, so you may need leveling blocks. The park is very dusty and dry, and the only areas with green grass are the dog park and office area. Nice pool on opposite side of the park. Bathrooms were older and reasonably clean, with 3 toilets and 3 showers per gender. Laundry area on site with 3 washers and dryers (1 out of order during our stay). Office area is decent with small selection of gifts, snacks, ice and RV supplies. The office, laundry and bathrooms are located on a hill which may pose a problem for those that cannot navigate stairs or an incline. There is a port-a-potty in the RV section however. I agree with previous reviewer's posts regarding electrical issues, as six sites including our own (we were in site 10) lost power on Sunday. Maintenance reset the main breaker within 30 minutes, but voltage was low (113 volts in our rig). However, we had no issues before or after this incident and we were there a whole week. Staff were friendly and helpful. Park was very quiet during our stay even over Labor Day weekend and the park was nearly full. No cable available and we were only able to pull in 8 OTA channels. Good Verizon service. Free wifi provided but we didn't use. Park does not enforce their rule about dogs being on a leash. Daily rate is with Good Sam discount, but still expensive for what you get. Overall, a good park to use as a base for exploring Sequoia National Park. - RVIN 24-7
Sep 2018 - $55.00
No cable! I called the campground every day for a week to make a reservation. Never got to speak to a live person, always got answer machine. I left messages twice with my phone number, never got a call back. Lot's of permanents. WiFi was so slow outside of campground office that it wouldn't open any web pages. AT&T 2 bars , but did get LTE, so was able to use my Hotspot to use computer. - JeffK
Aug 2018 - $35.00
We stopped here for an overnight stay. It is a fenced and gated location with power, water and sewer connections. The spaces are very small, basically on an asphalt parking lot located behind the livestock show area. It's not an RV park per se, I suppose its more for the fair personnel or attendee's. That being said, the staff on the phone and the night watchman were very helpful and polite. we arrived around 12:30AM and the Watchman met us at the gate and escorted us to the RV area. Since there was no one else around, we didn't have to unhook, which was a good thing. For an overnight stay, it was a good value. We were able to sleep securely, wake up with coffee and a shower before hitting the road again. It beat the heck out of a highway rest stop or Walmart parking lot. - JP-JP
Jul 2014 - $20.00
As it was July, we knew it would be hot and it was. The campsites were on blacktop and the temp is 105 F., all in the sun. Ugh! Went to use the rest room and shower, big mistake. There was mosquito larvae in the toilet, at least the water was potable. Now for a nice cool shower. Turned on the cold water and waited and waited; it got hotter and hotter. Checked the tap out side same thing. With great wisdom the pipes were run in the peak of the roof where it was very hot, NO COLD WATER. Enjoy your stay!
This is a very substandard stopping place; you can't call it a Park as you have minimal amenities and are subject to the influx of animals right where you park. The animal pens are in the open air building right in front of the parking area. This facility was an afterthought of the fair board.
Don't stop, you will be better off at Wal-Mart. If you do stop, check it out before you pay. - Tom G Oregon unit
May 2014 - $15.00
Due to upcoming events (several days away) we were directed to a lot behind the building for "Satellite Wagering". From the street to the lot where we were to park there were two locked gates. We had been given the combination to the locks. The lot had space for about a dozen rigs. All back in sites. Good hook-ups but it was all downhill from there! The surface of the lot was ground up asphalt mixed with cigarettes and dog droppings! It was disgusting and we will not stay there again. - User2209