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6 RV Parks near Fort Bidwell, California
Jun 2019 - $24.00
Travelling north on 395 we arrived late afternoon on a Sunday late June. This is a first come first serve campground so we were a little concerned about getting a larger site for our truck and trailer. No worries, about 75% empty. All campsites are quite spacious and most back up to a nice big mowed grassy field. There are plenty of large shade trees about and most campsites have at least partial shade which is nice during the warm day. The sites offer electricity and water, but the electrical outlets are the normal three prong type seen inside a home, though the circuit breaker says 20 amps. Be sure to bring an adapter to plug in your 30 or 50 amp RV style plug. Not a lot to do in the campground, but it serves as a great overnight stop or headquarters for driving and exploring the surrounding area. - Kurt100
Aug 2018 - $24.00
Goose Lake State Park is literally on the Oregon/California border. It's a very small state park just a mile off US Hwy 395 and 15 miles south of Lakeview, OR. The CG is older, but well-maintained. All sites are back-in, with black-top parking pads, have water and 20/30 amp service, and are well-spaced and shaded. An RV dump station is located on-site. Besides relaxing, birding, and watching deer graze, the CG offers little to fill your day. Impression: Well-maintained and safe CG to spend a night while traveling north or south on US 95. - Kona Boy
Aug 2018 - $24.00
Very well maintained! You feel you are in a park not in a campground. Spacing is very good with trees between the sites. Campground was once an old homestead with some apple and other fruit trees still here and producing fruit for you to pick. Remote location so you don't need a reservation, plenty of spaces always available. - Charlie M.
Sep 2018 - $25.00
Great owner/hosts and a clean park where everything worked. Clean power with no faults or problems, sewer well placed and ground level. The area and town is a gem to explore. - Zephyrcon
Jul 2016 - $30.00
Quiet. Rustic but everything worked. Had a great conversation with the proprietress. No reservations were taken online but did everything over the phone. - Anctmariner17
May 2012 - $25.00
An 8 because no pool or game room, but makes up for it by being quiet, very clean, and friendly. For those traveling up and down 395, suggest you consider the true outback, Nevada 441 between Fernley and Cedarville. Grass between sites, gravel base, level, good water pressure, excellent Wi-Fi. Trees for shade. We use our own facilities, but restrooms are old but very clean. Will definitely come back again. - OregonFlip
Aug 2018 - $5.00
Price reflects dry camping. W+E is $25. No sewer at sites; there is a dump station. Showers (2 count) are $3, change machine on site. Dirt/gravel parking lot with dry to the right of the shower/bath house and hook ups to the right. - MichelleKry
Jan 2015 - $15.00
Campground is self-serve. No one on-site, you pay at the kiosk. Six W & E (30 amp only) sites with a dump station. Water is shut off in the winter. A few more dry-camping sites that are five bucks a night. All sites are level, dirt & gravel with not quite enough gravel. It's a cheap place to spend the night before making the long, desolate haul over the hill to Winnemucca, NV - a trip you do NOT want to start any later than mid-day - and not much more. - Old Mountain Man