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22 RV Parks near Lucerne, California
Dec 2018 - $37.00
Roads paved, sites gravel and level, easy to get around on. Bath room and showers were utilitarian but clean, with good hot water and pressure. Verizon and Mifi work great, the park wifi is pretty fast most of the time but slows down at times. Not much in the way of shade. This is a good place to stay a couple of days and go check out the area. Note if you show up during buisness hours and want to use a credit card go to the office. The rest of the time go check in with the host. They only take checks or cash. We'll stay here again if in the area. The 50 amp site we were at only had 20 and 50 amp hook up on the pedestal. The 30 amps are probably the back in sites. - pumper9x9
Sep 2018 - $37.00
This is a no frills park located at the fairgrounds. When there are no events going on it is quiet. On Saturday nights there is auto racing in the summer which apparently is loud. The park also backs up to a baseball field. There were no activities the two times we have stayed here and there is only some distant road noise. The wifi only works if you are close to the office. The sites are a nice size with grass that appears to be watered and was recently cut. Roads and rv parking is gravel. No patio, picnic table or firepit. As an overnigher it worked ok. We did not have to disconnect the tow. About half the sites are pull through. - Windshift
Aug 2018 - $37.00
A convenient overnight spot at a fair price along a stretch of 101 without a lot of options. Gravel surface in sites is more dirt than gravel and there is a grassy strip between each site. Plenty of length so we didn't have to unhook toad. When there is no event at the fairgrounds, Quiet location. No picnic tables, no playground, no dog run. Campground hosts have always been helpful and friendly. - Roamer on wheels
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