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26 RV Parks near Fetters Hot Springs-Agua Caliente, California
We did however find 26 campgrounds within 25 miles of Fetters Hot Springs-Agua Caliente. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Fetters Hot Springs-Agua Caliente in the left hand column.
Jul 2012 - $30.00
This camp ground is rustic and not very well kept. Example cigarette butts and beer bottle caps everywhere. Each site has a new concrete picnic table as well as a fire pit/BBQ. It was very busy and kind of loud at night. I brought my boat $21 extra fee and my dog $5 a day extra fee. This is dry camping with no amenities at all. On the plus side, you have lake front spots and a nice view. I had site#100 with a little shade in the a.m. and was able the get satellite without a problem. - Tony T
Jun 2004 - $25.00
Good park at north end of the lake. There is a boat ramp and area to leave boats tied along shoreline. There is a marina, restaurant and bar also at the resort. Swimming was available down from the sites and we took our boat out across the lake to a better beach. Lake is beautiful and warm in the summer months. We are planning a trip back in the fall. - kazmir
Apr 2017 - $35.00
Old, run down park. Unfriendly and near nasty management. Old, dirt filled site, not level, small. Just electric and water, no sewer. Most folks stay here are the permanent type with old, run down rigs. Stayed here one night. We will avoid this one in future. - hotpepper
Jul 2016 - $27.00
Un-kept camp sites, in between river and hwy 116. Loud noise from hwy all night. Bath room and showers needed some TLC. - Mtn girl
Aug 2010 - $30.00
Older, nice RV park. Has lots of trees, a very nice staff and is located close to wine country. Would stay here again. - rval
Aug 2018 - $35.00
This is our "local", we come here often for a two day getaway. The Orchard Hill campground is very compact, but surprisingly quiet. Sites are not large but most will accommodate a 24 ft RV and some a bit more. Stays full in the summer, many young families with kids on bikes, so expect that kind of noise. Tall redwoods and fir throughout the campground limit the sun's penetration, making it a great place cool off in summer but chilly in winter. The trees also soak up much of the road noise and provide their own chorus in a breeze. There is a flat trail/bike path along the old creek side railway right of way and more challenging trails, both short and long, among the hills on both sides of the valley. The strict 2:00pm check-in policy is a bit annoying, but mainly to those of us who remember the more casual days a few years back. Just don't get here before 2:00. - oldmac
Jul 2017 - $100.00
We stayed at the newer studio cabins in the group camp area of the park. The group area is located on a hill across the street from the park entrance. Pass the park entrance, then a few yards on the right there is sign for the group camp area. Turn right up a narrow single lane to a paved parking lot and find the RV camper host. There is a separate camp host and check in procedures for the 5 wooden cabins and group camp area. Two cabins are for the disabled and three cabins are reservable for the general population online. The bathrooms on site are newer, cleaner and roomer. There are 4 shower rooms, 4 bathrooms, and a sink for dishes. There are two parking lots on site a paved one for campers and a gravel one for the cabin population. The cabins sleep 5 people, have lights, overhead fans, and electric heaters. Outdoors there are individual picnic tables, fire pits and water fountains. Like the rest of the park there is a bit of traffic noise during the day. At night the noise is almost unnoticeable inside the cabins. Due the high popularity of the park cabins the insides are starting to show wear and tear. The floors need a good wash and the mattresses need to be replaced. It might be best to wipe everything down with some antibacterial wipes. A bit of caution if traveling with young kids there is no railing or fencing around the cabins to protect them from the steep drop off or the traffic below. - Blackeyed Susan
May 2017 - $32.00
This is a BEAUTIFUL setting. Not many sites to fit our 29' motorhome, but there are a couple of good sites above, and a couple of good buddy sites for 2 motorhomes camping together. The Creekside RV sites are odd- park right on the road, huge campsite below but also road noise from nearby main Blvd. if you are tent camping or group use, the options are MANY and you won't find a more beautiful place. Amazing redwoods. - CaptainHardy