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28 RV Parks near Geyersville, California
We did however find 28 campgrounds within 25 miles of Geyersville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Geyersville in the left hand column.
Jun 2019 - $52.00
We stayed here at the Thousand Trails Russian River RV park north of Cloverdale California in June of 2019 while the husband was attending a Drone Conference for Public Safety agencies. The reason this park was selected was because we were looking for a cost effective location which would allow him to attend the conference put on by Enterprise UAS and would allow Pit bull type breeds of dogs. Though these two important criteria were met, we neglected to determine if the location had 50 amp service for the RVs. Additionally, this RV park does not have sewer hookups at the RV locations either. The roads in the park are fairly well navigable for 40 foot RVs and the sites are also fairly well maintained. The bathroom, shower and laundry facilities are fairly well maintained as well. The water in the showers is hot, though the pressure can fluctuate at times. The camp store has some of the simple amenities that one might need such as soda and marshmallows. You will find however that the city of Cloverdale which is about 10 minutes south of the RV park has all of retail supplies you would probably need. There are a lot of activities for the kids here at this park to enjoy. There is water rafting, a kids play area with an up to date slide and climbing wall. There is also a tether ball for those who are so inclined. The power and water at the sites is generally stable, though the local utility company that covers most of the San Francisco region (PG&E) had an equipment failure in the area one day that we were here which caused us to be without power for about 6 hours. All in all, this is a fairly comfortable place to stay. Due to the lack of 50 amps and no sewer hookups, we would not consider this a 'Resort', but for those that are looking for a camp ground a little on the rustic side, this location will definitely work. We took the trek out to the Cloverdale KOA and getting to that location is much more of a challenge for large 40 foot motorhomes such as ours. - luvdoggiez
Apr 2019 - $1.00
Seems a fairly typical Thousand Trails campground. It's rustic and the turns and layout are tight. I happened upon a nice pull through which had a very private yard. Poison Oak is everywhere! Had good AT&T and Verizon cell service and didn't use the internet at the lodge. The lodge is near the entrance and would be a bit of a walk depending on which section you stay. I think updated sewer and electric would make this place fantastic. - MWM
Dec 2018 - $1.00
The sites are narrow and very hilly. The bathroom was old, cold and smelled bad. Lot spacing was very close. Site surface was asphalt and featured a picnic table. - geo cong
May 2018 - $89.00
This is a very nice campground high in the hills, off the beaten path, with nature as your main companion! It is surrounded by wine vineyards. Truly quiet. I use Sprint, and my reception was excellent. It's a KOA, so there are many amenities. It's a bit of a windy drive to enter, but well worth the effort. You are 1.5 hours north of San Francisco. - sse
Jul 2017 - $70.00
electrical power was insufficient (103 volts) to run AC and it was hot hot hot. - DigitalRon
Jul 2017 - $73.00
Just a heads up use the Hwy 101 Asti Rd. exit / Washington School Rd. entrance vs the Citrus Fair Drive / River Ln. Either way there are Numerous low hanging branches on the way in. (including in the campground) If you have a taller rig watch out. Our Fifth wheel is 13' 4" at the top of A/C 's. We drug pretty bad and scratched the front cap. Very narrow winding roads so once you start your pretty much committed. The facility was ok, but kinda dated / run down. The bathroom was dirty, but it was the end of the day. Fishing pond looked like it was mostly full of weeds, but people were fishing. If they could get the trees trimmed to allow larger rigs I would return. but as it is no way. It is quite a haul from Hwy 101. $80.00 per night before the value card discount. - Kaboom
Oct 2016 - $60.00
This was way overpriced but we didn't want to drive any further. There is not much competition in the area. They do not take reservations but said to come on in anyway. At that point we were committed on the drive. Park is about a half mile down a narrow street. We got brushed by a lot of trees. At the end there is a steep climb with several hairpin turns. We were okay in our 35-foot diesel pusher but not fun.
Manager was very helpful getting us in our site. He then informed us that there was no WiFi and pool closed after October 1. Also no cable. He said the owner turns everything off October 1 and heads for Mexico. Rate was $60 CASH with no discounts. We would have left then but didn't want to drive down that hill and try to find someplace else. Manager came out later and gave us his personal WiFi password. Satellite could not find signal for TV.
This could be a lovely little park in summer when amenities were better. However, still not worth the price. - Slkeyes
May 2016 - $55.00
This is a pretty park in a gorgeous area! It's up on a hill with relatively little level space, which means tight maneuvering for big rigs (and I think there's only one or two spaces available for those...) and not always a lot of extra space for parking a toad (like when someone's having a little gathering at the pool and they take up all the spaces...). The site we were in (15) had enough trees around it that it was very hard to get any satellite signal with our roof-mount (after a long time, our sat. finally found one to lock onto), and there is no cable TV. There were three washers @ $1.75 and several dryers @ $1.50. The pool area looked very nice, and the grounds were nice and well-maintained EXCEPT for some dog piles I found - primarily next to a site where I know the guy lets his little dog walk around loose a lot. The dog wasn't really a problem, but the owner needs to look around more to pick up after his dog!!! I also found other piles elsewhere. Will never understand why people aren't more courteous and diligent about this. Gives us other good dog owners a bad name, and makes for all sorts of pet restrictions, and it's not fair to the good ones!! They only give rate discounts to veterans. - CarrieBearie
Apr 2016 - $47.00
Price reflects a weekly rate. This was our second year at Dutcher Creek. We came back because the park is relatively quiet and in a rural setting. It is perhaps 1/2 mile from the Hwy 101 freeway. Distant enough to minimize freeway noise but still convenient for freeway access. It's a short drive Healdsburg and numerous wineries. Access is through a residential area and then up a steep, but paved entry road. A little intimidating at first but quite doable. There are only about 5 sites for short-term stays. These are near the office and by the pool. The rest of the spaces are scattered over the property and occupied by park models and 5th wheels for long term residents. It's a little strange at first, but it seems to work. The restrooms are dated, but reasonably well maintained. Hot water can be an issue if more that one shower is running or someone is doing laundry next door. One note of caution -- in April there are some mosquitos in the evening from the creek down the hill. - EDB Husky
Jul 2018 - $50.00
Positive : located on the Russian River in beautiful Alexander Valley. Negatives : unreliable power. Entire site lost power several times during our 4 day stay. Snarky manager did not mention discounts until we told her the web site offered aaa discount. Said she was "protecting the brand by increasing $$ charged"!?!? Snarky manager told us our site 7 was 50 amp. Then, when we arrived, told us site 6 was our site and it was 30 amp. Plug was 30 amp but breaker was only 20 amp. Really narrow sites. Didn't use firepit for fear of setting side by side rigs on fire. Really narrow turns. Recommendation : other rv parks are close by and far better. - granpoobah
Jul 2017 - $43.00
The only reason we chose this park was its location just outside of Healdsburg, as we were there for wine tasting. The site we were originally booked in was a pull-through with no shade. Since it was over 100 degrees when we arrived, the office offered us a choice of back-in sites that were shaded, which we appreciated. We would stay here again, but only for the location. - Team Janne
Apr 2017 - $25.00
Has the potential to be a great, smaller park--lovely setting along the Healdsburg River with lots of mature trees. Very close to many excellent wineries. Helpful, mostly friendly staff. No full hookup sites, although there IS a dump station. A huge negative for us were the BURRS! Look carefully at the map before reserving a site--those in the west half of park are on lovely grass. Sites on the east side are all covered in burrs, many kinds, and all painful for people and pets. So bad in fact that I routinely carried our two dogs to/from vehicle to pavement for walks. Extensive burrs in large tent camping area also, and on path to river. Re site selection, the south side of park bordered by busy road leading to Graton Rancheria, a popular Indian casino. - Annie D
Dec 2014 - $42.00
"Run, don't walk" away from this park! First, they only had 50 amp plug sites available so had to buy an 50/30 amp adapter to get power...They have no cable TV hook ups either and when I went to the office to ask about it I was told quite rudely by the Manager, "We have wifi, no cable". (the wifi was s-l-o-w) I complained that along with the adapter, the pet fee and lack of cable that I would rather have stayed somewhere else the manager said she thought that would be a good idea! If "older style" means toilets that come with instructions to get them to flush without clogging and showers that are missing lots of tile and have water saver heads with very little pressure (that the toilets more than compensate for in multiple flushes) then yes -it is older style. What little asphalt is left on the roads has more potholes than smooth spots and the full time residents do little to make the park appealing. Overall, the worst park we've ever stayed in. - rocket11
Sep 2012 - $27.00
Stay away from this one. Staying here was a Big mistake! My son, daughter-in-law, and spouse said it would make a good horror movie. The bathroom was covered in black widows and spider webs. There was no hot water available if you dared take a shower. Water was rusty and smelled something fierce. The manager was laying in the front seat of his maybe 1975 Class C with cardboard covering broken windows. The fence surrounding the park was a falling down paint bare picket like you might find in an old cemetery in a horror movie. If we had not paid in advance and arrived at 10:00 pm we would never had stayed. Traffic noise was bad too!!! Stay anywhere but Windsorland RV !!!! - DigMyPast
Jul 2012 - $30.00
All in all a nice stay. Very reasonable price. They WON'T be closing for at least another year or two. Clean park: has been spruced up from 2 years ago. Town of Windsor square is across the street (easy walk) and has restaurants, shops, concerts and movies in the square on Tuesday and Thursday nights. Also has a farmers market on Thursdays. Drawbacks are: no hot water in restrooms (we used our own), no cable TV, (but DOES have WiFi), and located next to Hwy 101. Nice people and quiet at night. Would definitely stay here again. - frenchman
Sites: 95 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 11 Reviews
Jul 2016 - $40.00
This park is filled with perm residents. Only have a couple of daily spots. Felt like a poor man's monthly stay. Lots of talking and visiting by the locals. Finally cut off about 11 PM. Felt safe and people were friendly. Site was level. Streets were asphalt but not maintained last 20 years. Do not know if you can do better locally or not. We were overnight only. - Sir_Charles395
Feb 2016 - $26.00
The staff was excellent! The park seemed brand new and was very well maintained. Sites were quite varied, I suspect many sites/sections are being upgraded as there were a mixture of gravel and concrete sites. Be careful of the site you get, one section with new concrete pads was far from level and we were forced to move. We ended up in a pull through site where rigs were door facing door, without much space between. Look before you park, but stay away from the fence (highway noise) at the far end, up the hill. Despite these issues, we were surprised by the fact that there were many empty sites in prime snowbird season. It is really a great location. - BMonk
Dec 2015 - $40.00
We had planned to stay here for 2 weeks but ended up asking for our money back. We did stay 3 nights. This park has mostly long term tenants in the back half (and may be great for them), but for the average RV customer it does not feel right. As a result there was constant traffic in and out of the park, no speed control. We asked "Do you have full hookups" before we booked and they had NO TV at all! They said they had Wi-Fi but most of the time we were there the Wi-Fi was a 1 Mbps and could barely do email; sometimes we could not connect at all. The park is basically a gravel lot with connection posts and they pack you in next to each other. This is not a vacation spot.
I will say this, I gave them a 3 and not a 1 because the people in the office were always nice when we went in to complain. The sign says they have a water slide but the water slide has not been there in some time. - Nicole Cook
May 2009 - $24.00
Great Staff in a very remote and beautiful location. Deer and other wildlife all around you. DO NOT approach from the southern route with a large rig! Come down from the north. Access through St. Helena should only be done in a small rig. I came in with a 41' diesel towing a SUV but it was tough! Not recommended! - David Buchanan
Sep 2008 - $45.00
Very poorly managed and maintained. A really nice park but very run down. The manager lives in a house in the back of the park and cannot see the office from her home. When we arrived we waited with three others for her to "return at 3:00," even though it was 3:30. She finally came over from the house in back around 4:00. She was not very friendly and acted as if we were bothering her. We never found her in the office and had to go to the house in back to try to find her if we needed anything. The sites are large and nice, but ours was full of dog waste and flies. The laundry facilities were not working and we were told by others in the park they hadn't been for a very long time. We had to drive 15 miles to a laundromat. Its a shame because the park has a lot of potential and is great for families. - jimni5er
Aug 2007 - $40.00
We were here with a group in the group area. The campground surroundings are still being upgraded, some with new construction. The mini golf was about 80% completed and there are plans to build a water park behind the hill of the camping area, as the area has been cleared and grubbed for survey staking. What a waste of natural surroundings! This is a large nice campground, but I fear it will be less desirable if they complete the water park, more noise and traffic congestion! Let Clear Lake be the destination and leave this campground as the accommodations. - Coastalview
Aug 2016 - $54.00
The park is fairly clean, though the full-time camper section is a bit run-down looking. The manager was very nice and friendly, but the rest of the staff didn't go out of their way to assist. Our spot was under some nice trees that provided shade on hot days, but it was also immediately next to a busy road (River Road). The traffic was fairly loud throughout the day and quieted at night. Many of the RV spots were in a large parking lot with no trees, and very close together. The tent camping spots were all in dirt and didn't look appealing at all. There is access to the river, though it was down some steep dirt paths. This could be a lovely property, but needs some attention. Try to get an "R" site - these back to the river. - sail2blue
Jul 2016 - $58.00
This is the only Good Sam park in the Russian River Valley and they offer Good Sam Discounts (10% off!) The restrooms were clean and there is access to a fantastic private beach. River Bend recently bought Hilton Family Campground, so the resort is better than ever. With an old fashioned arcade, General Store, cabins, horseshoe pits, basketball court, and an outdoor theater that plays kids movies at night. Also, on Saturdays in the summer there is free face painting and karaoke! The staff was very friendly and helpful. - User737
May 2016 - $67.00
I would have rated this park a little lower If not for having one of the nicest sites, R15 backing up to the river.
There are mostly long term campers there while I was there May 24th.
They were not that busy but told me all the had for my 35ft MH was full service even though I said a 30 amp without sewer would work ( to keep cost down ? )
I thought the grout in the tile stalls were green, but at a closer look I noticed it was mold.
I would not stay here again. - twowoofs
Dec 2018 - $49.00
We got here following a long rainy period. They only have 1 or 2 sites that would support the coach and not sink into the lawn. The roads are gravel as was the site we had we had, we had to add 3" of lift to get level in addition to the on board system. It has some low hanging wires so we had to pull in facing forward and stop short of the wires. This put the 30 amp plug at the front of the coach and our cord was too short. The park had a 3o amp extension cord and we made the hook up fine. They have no sewer or dump station. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We were the only ones there. The bathroom and showers were clean and the showers had great hot water and pressure. They have wifi that was pretty fast, I'm not sure how fast it would be when the place is full during the summer. Verizon phone and Mifi worked fine too. The site we had was mostly shaded by some Redwood trees. It's less than a mile (maybe .5 mi) into town and all the usual services. There's a brew pub down the street that has pretty good beer and ok food. This is a great place to base out of to explore the Redwood preserves in the area and access to the coast and Bodega Bay. Notes: The $49 was a winter rate and did not include the 12% tax. If you come in from the East be sure and take "River Road" from 101. It's a straight shot and easy drive. Your GPS will probably try and route you on 116. I would strongly suggest that you avoid this route. When pulling out of the park use caution, the traffic from the right is coming downhill at a good clip and you can't see up the road very far. If we're in the area we will probably stay here again. My research showed it to be the least expensive place in the area and easiest to get to. - pumper9x9
Aug 2015 - $43.00
We stayed here midweek and we had the park basically to ourselves, minus the three apparent full timers. For $43 I would expect there to be a dump on site. Be aware...there is NO sewage dump station. Very clean, used showers because there is no dump and those were clean with hot water. It is within walking distance from the town. Very quiet at night despite the proximity to Neely Rd. Was here three days before we saw the park managers, good thing we didn't need anything. - pamandtina
Aug 2015 - $40.00
This park is in a beautiful natural setting along the Russian River. It allows tents, and so was a good fit for us, traveling in a teardrop. However the small staff is just overwhelmed. Bathrooms are similar to what you would find in a campground, not RV park, w/cement floors and basic facilities. Bring your own toilet paper. The RV sites have 30 amp plus water, no sewer that I saw. They are arranged around two circular glades surrounded by trees, many of them lovely redwoods. Sites 1 thru 5 look really nice and are shady. All except 1a are back-in. The first night we stayed happened to be the beginning of BeerFest weekend, and every campsite was thronged with crowds of joyfully inebriated young men, who celebrated 'til the wee hours. However, people were courteous enough. After the weekend, the park emptied out, and during most of the week we were nearly alone in the spectacular setting. Campers returned the following weekend but it was much quieter. We were told that the park may be changing hands. We will be returning as it is a perfect fit for us with a daughter living within walking distance. It would be great if someone could take this diamond in the rough and shine it up! Note: although the park borders the Russian River, those areas appear to be tent campsites, and actual access to the riverbank is a little tricky. Much easier and probably safer to walk across the pedestrian bridge and go to Johnson Beach on the other side of the river, where there is a lovely and child friendly area for swimming or kayaking. - Grants Girl
Apr 2016 - $45.00
This park is also known as River Bend. One is for tents and another is for RV's according to the owner. Water in the showers was warm and owner said she would tell her husband about it. FYI, no ATT service in the RV area. If you're Xfinity customer there was great free wifi available. Sites abut the highway so some road noise. In short nice park, but expected more for the price point charged. - hmthomas1
Jul 2012 - $40.00
River access was nice, but WAY too much money for what you get! Also seemed to be more of a "full time" campground than a vacation spot. Has a lot of folks living here and it was very noisy. It's right on a busy road, so lots of traffic noise too. Also very crowded. - frenchman
Aug 2009 - $40.00
Crowded, noisy. Way over priced for what you get. Friendly hosts, but the crowd seemed like a bunch of squatters looking for a free meal. Did like the river being close, but had a hard time enjoying it. - mountainsurfer