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9 RV Parks near Pine Mountain Club, California
We did however find 9 campgrounds within 25 miles of Pine Mountain Club. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Pine Mountain Club in the left hand column.
Jun 2013 - $20.00
This is a basic forest service campground. There are lots of well shaded, roomy, clean spaces. The bathrooms are pit toilets, but are extremely clean. There are lots of trails leading out of the campground with fabulous views across the mountains. Each space has a nice, fairly flat, paved parking pad. They also have a good, concrete picnic bench and a solid fire pit. The campground is mostly set up for tents, so there is at least one flat area at each site. Small motor homes and trailers are welcome. I'm not sure of the maximum length, but I would be leery of anything over 35ft. Generator hours generously start at 6am and go to 10pm. One thing though, you REALLY have to want to be here. It's about 15 miles off of I-5 at the top of "The Grapevine" in Frazier Park. But it's well worth the drive. It's beautiful, clean and quiet, and very friendly. - roadie gal
Jun 2017 - $10.00
Run by the recreation area. Seems designed for boaters using Pyramid Lake. Great location for travelers on I-5 at top of the Grapevine. Entry road was "swoopy" for about a mile (somewhere between a washboard and a roller coaster). Campground very open, with no trees. Most sites have no electricity. A few electrical sites at $45 before discounts. Very empty when we overnighted here for one night in early June. Likely more popular on weekends if the lake is full. We saw one non-poisonous snake in the road. Rattlesnakes possible in mid-summer. Verizon was 4G. - OlderGoat
Mar 2017 - $20.00
We dropped in here for a quick overnighter on a road trip from Southern to Central California. It is conveniently located at the top of the Grapevine (I-5 pass) and did not require a reservation, at least in the spring. Summer could be a different story, though. We rolled in with our fifth wheel around 10pm and didn't have too hard of a time finding a pull-through site that could accommodate us. Be forewarned though: not all of the trees that line the road in this park are groomed to allow large/tall rigs through!! If Site #35 had not been open (which we pulled into), we would have kept driving in the dark and probably damaged the top of our rig by hitting the tree that was hanging over the road, which we could not see at night. And even if we had been able to see it, it would have been very difficult to navigate back out of the campground loop to avoid it. So there's that. Otherwise, the campground seemed clean, quiet, and had a dump station that we were able to use on the way out. We would stay here again as an overnight road trip accommodation, but probably not as a weekend trip. - MissCampsALot
Mar 2016 - $20.00
I almost hate to review this place because I'd like to keep it for myself. First of all, it's quiet and isolated but still has good 4G LTE on both VZN and TMo. The pull thru site was a bit tight for a 31' motorhome with toad but it was quiet and isolated. BTW, did I mention it's quiet and isolated? Never saw the host, just paid at "Iron Ranger." Rates are a bit confusing. At the main entrance, it mentions a "Senior Discount" but there's no mention at the CG proper. - LMandTinView
Dec 2018 - $41.00
One star because my site was level, but I had to detach my tow vehicle and move it to get my motorhome level. There are exactly 5 channels of snowy analog TV on the cable system, and it is so bad on the LA ABC affiliate that you can't even hear the sound. The park is right next to I-5 in a canyon, so all the highway traffic sounds are amplified right into the campground. The office is a nightmare, and the proprietor seemed more interested in arguing on the phone with a potential customer for 15 minutes (who eventually did NOT make a reservation), than checking me in when I was standing right in front of her. The drive through and around LA is murder, so even though I had another reservation to stay here on my way back to Arizona after the holidays, I am going to cancel it and make other plans. I cannot recommend this park. - Bubba Warbucks
Jun 2015 - $38.00
As we pulled up at the end of a dead end road which is parallel to a steep grade on Highway 5, I noted that there was nowhere to turn around with my 38' RV and tow attached. A miserable looking cinder-block building with a shabby door leads to an unused "pool hall", with no air conditioning. The check-in desk is at the far end. The man who checked me in asked how many dogs we have. When I told him 3, he told me the maximum was 2. He quizzed me on why I said we had 2 on the reservation. I told him that there is no option to select 3 on the online form. I told him we would be happy to go somewhere else if it was a problem. He checked me in, and warned me about the rattlesnakes and other dangerous animals exist in the RV park. None of the sites are even close to level. The whole place is shabby, with cracked concrete pads for tables (there are few), and loose, unpacked granite rock on the sites. I never once saw anyone doing any maintenance. There are no amenities, unless you count the covered pool tables in the "hall", or the archery arrow bag out in the rattlesnake infested area. I've stayed in worse, but not for $38 a night. The only good point is that the spot we stayed in was far enough back from the freeway that traffic didn't keep us up, even with the constant use of jake-brakes by truckers. This is NOT a resort. It is a place to spend the night if you have no other options, or are too tired to drive further. 2/3 of the six people staying here are full-timers. - Pdx discovery
Mar 2015 - $35.00
Spent one quick night traveling from AZ to Nor-Cal. Lot's of full-timers with unkempt sites; looks like it used to have it's hay day; but it well beyond that now. Okay from 6pm to 6am the next day; that's it. NO At&T or Verizon; no WiFi or Cable. - eWindsor
Sep 2008 - $20.00
Nice, old campground located in the southern end of the Los Padres National Forest. What is nice is that you are camping under some very large and old California oaks. Shady and with a “playable” stream right down the center. The downsides: Nats. Tons and tons of them! Also, some yellow jackets. We had a screen tent and that was a help, but there really was quite a few to battle with. Also, due to fire restrictions, there are NO campfires allowed, and NO BBQ's with charcoal and lighter fluid. NONE. Not much of a problem if you plan for it. Of course, a fire would have been nice to smoke the nats away. This was a totally dry campground. No water to drink and no dump station. We brought an extra 6 gal of water along with the 13 gal or so that the Tardis holds and we had plenty. Of course, we did not shower and just sort of washed up, but that was more a concern of our gray water tank than of running out of fresh water. All and all, a good place to visit in the fall, but it looks like it would be unpleasant during the summer. Also, there was word that during the summer, the locals come up and party in large numbers. So, if you go..bring water, and a screen tent. - BBlast
Jan 2006 - $14.00
We camped here over the MLK weekend and practically had the place to ourselves. We parked overlooking a lovely waterfall and meandering creek. The lack of electricity provided us with a wonderful opportunity to view the night sky and enjoy the quiet around us. The park host was very helpful in finding the best site for our rear view lounge and came back later to make sure we were settled. The abundance of rocks to pitch into the creek should keep children busy for some time. The creek is shallow and would invite wading in a warmer season. I felt this park was the best value in our eight weeks of travel. - Ksprague