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9 RV Parks near Fort Jones, California
Jun 2018 - $18.00
Such a pleasant surprise! Very neat and clean. Great WiFi and have cable. Nice structured grassy areas between sites. The sites are very level gravel. Some nice small trees. This park is in a very scenic area and there is a lot of drives to take or hiking. If you have Passport America it is a very good value. On checking in you will receive some very informative information about the area. You won't be disappointed with your visit! - oniedu
Jul 2015 - $18.00
Very nice park with full hookups and cable. Can handle 40ft rigs. grass between sites and are fairly level with gravel. All hookups are easily located in one spot. Verizon & mifi work great. Some parts of park their wifi does not work. Very quiet, clean. Friendly staff said if we didn't like the site find one you might. You check in at the Shell station that has a store, fuel(gas and diesel) and propane. This park is out in the middle of nowhere but there is a lot to do in the surrounding area's. It's about 26 miles from Interstate 5. We would camp here again. - margeandbob
Aug 2014 - $14.00
Nice clean park in a beautiful valley. Rate reflects Passport America discount. Well maintained, interior roads are tight for a big rig as are the parking sites. Wi-Fi at back of park is nonexistent. Good electricity (50 amp) , good water pressure. AT&T OK. We stayed here in a 40 ft rig, and we would come back. - walt66
Jul 2019 - $36.00
Easy access from highway, but far enough away to be quiet. Decent-sized spaces under lots of mature trees. Spaces are staggered for easy entry and more privacy. Great customer service. Lots of cable channels, but picture quality poor. Also lots of o/a tv. Wifi barely usable. Strong Verizon signal. - KAP99
Mar 2019 - $41.00
Easy access to I-5, gravel entry roads and level gravel sites. Check in was quick and professional by a friendly lady who then walked us to our site. No grass and fairly close, but with picnic table and shade. Excellent cable, the best we've seen. WiFi was average and Verizon cell/data was strong. 50A pull through sites are under trees so could be a problem for TV satellites could be blocked. The section of long term residents is located in an area separate from the camping section and was fairly well maintained. A nice touch was the delivery of fresh popcorn by the office lady - very thoughtful. - Meanderman
Jan 2019 - $34.00
This is a decent park for spending a night while traveling I-5. It's easy access from exit 773. We only used their electric since we were winterized at the beginning of a January trip. Their water supply is heated. I called several days ahead. The office had a packet of information ready for us when we arrived. Someone walked us to the site. Loops and sites are gravel. They have tall trees (bare this time of year). There were many open spaces in January. We didn't use the showers. Behind a stall door is a two part prefab shower. There's a drying area with a bench then the shower area. The sign said it was 25 cents for 3 minutes. We'll use them again next year on our winter break from Oregon to Arizona. - Neil and JoAnn
Jun 2019 - $48.00
This RV park is nicely laid out, and they even have some spots soon to be open that will have solar panel shade panels to park under for about 12 RVs, but they will be back in sites. The rest of the sites are pull thru, but I had to park my truck sideways in front of our 42' fifth wheel. But there was something missing here. It looks like they put a lot of money into this place, but there was hardly anyone there even on Friday and Saturday June 10th? Maybe it was so nice, but the gravel roads around the park just seemed boring, and there were not many trees? Plus this place lacks things like a workout room, or pool, or anything for kids, which we do not have, but thought I should mention. Still this park has potential to be more than just an 8. It is fine for 1-2 day stop. Water pressure was really low for our pull thru site C2. - Vipermanden
Oct 2018 - $44.00
Right off the 5 Freeway, this park is great for an overnight or an extended visit. We were only here one night, but relatively quiet and nice. We have stayed here before. Only complaint was that site was not level, but since we didn't unhook, it didn't matter. If we were staying longer, would have needed blocks to level. - WSKeifer
Aug 2018 - $43.00
Convenient location off I-5 on the way to Napa. Our spot was assigned before we arrived. When we got to the park no one was in the office so we went to our spot. It was not level-wheels off the ground on one side after auto level. Requested another site and it was better. Satellite and AT&T work fine here. There was a tree, green grass, and picnic table at our site. Spaces have adequate room between RVs. - DGrill
Oct 2016 - $8.00
Tree of Heaven is a Federal campground located about 11 miles north west of Yreka CA. There are 2 ways of getting there, the most simple is to take the Hwy 96 exit off of I-5 just north of Yreka. There is a much more scenic route if you exit at Yreka and follow the secondary road, CA 263. This is our preferred route as it has several of the beautiful old old arch bridges and also eliminates the rather long grade found on I-5.
We have stayed at this campground several times over the years and find it a pleasant and peaceful place, right on the Klamath river among lots of old shade trees (be very careful for headroom when driving through the campground, some branches are low) This is a typical National Forest campground having a host, a dumpster, pit toilets, and drinking water. No electricity and no dump station. Fishing is right there, as is a small boat ramp and hiking trails. Not especially big rig friendly, we have a 24' Class C with a tow vehicle, but did see some larger 5th wheel rigs.
The access road to the campground is steep, but paved and we had no problems, just be advised that the entrance is on a curve off of hwy 96. There is a turn lane, but extra care is needed just the same. The beauty of this campground is well worth the little extra effort getting there. - Syncro
Sep 2012 - $15.00
The drive into the park is steep and has sharp curves but is it doable. There were at least 3 sites large enough for our 40' motorhome and 1 was a pull through. The park is along the Klamath River, quiet and very nice. We would stay there again. There is no cell/Internet reception. We camped here for 1 week. - rvinglover
Apr 2010 - $10.00
Destination campground is located 4 miles 'west' of I-5 on Highway 96 (Exit 786) and is on the Klamath River. There is River access for fishing, and kayak & small boat launch. Twenty-one asphalt sites, most level, pit toilets, water faucet. Sites can be reserved between mid May and mid October for a $9 additional fee (go to the website for info) or contact the Ranger at 530-493-2243. Quiet and secluded, Campground Host during summer. - zigzag
Aug 2011 - $10.00
Nothing fancy, just a quiet spot under the trees. A little bit rustic, bathrooms are sanitary but could use updating. The owner is very friendly and easy to deal with, treated us right. Free Wi-Fi. Coin laundry. Nearby swimming hole at the creek. Stayed in the Pacific Crest Trail hiker area, $10/person/night. Great cafe next door for breakfast & lunch. - wjj