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5 RV Parks near Platina, California
Jun 2006 - $15.00
We got stuck on highway twists and turns on 36 en route to Redding as the sun set, and ended up in the sleepy town of Hayfork. Though there were practically no people around, we found some folks at the local saloon who pointed us to the fairgrounds. On the right side (don't go left!) lives the park caretaker, who showed us to a new concrete slab site surrounded by the fairgrounds and cow pastures. The area was clean, and the few others there were quiet. There's no road noise (hardly any roads!), no people noise (hardly any people!), and quiet cows. The one restroom that was open was clean and had decent showers. The place appears to be a county seat, and looks like the fair would be fun. There's a decent Mexican restaurant in town. Fine place to stop for sleep; not much else going for the area, though. I give higher marks simply for the peace and quiet of the place. It's not pretty, but we slept very well there. - Foovius
Jun 2015 - $32.00
Beautifully kept park & wonderful hospitable hosts. Park-like setting. Sites are on grass, sloping. Choose your site. On-site store. WiFi on back patio of office/store. No Verizon cell service. Drove a few miles for it. Friendly residents. Very quiet! - PasoTravelSmiths
Jun 2014 - $29.00
Small park in beautiful green surroundings - mostly pull-throughs and plenty shade from trees. Very well maintained by exceptional hosts. Also some very nice permanent residents. We had a bit of trouble finding it, as we didn't see any signs for Trinity Dam Blvd per instructions and hadn't a good enough map to show just where it was - i.e., miles off the main highway. Wi-Fi only near office. Didn't use restrooms but am sure they'd be A1. - visitor to usa
May 2014 - $28.00
We stayed here over a non-holiday weekend. The park is nice, although small. It is located near the Old Lewiston Bridge and town. Walking to town takes about 10 minutes. It is well kept and the facilities are very clean. There is no WiFi to speak of at the campsites and our phone reception was non-existent with Verizon. We saw deer come through each evening headed to the river. Fishing is nearby both on the Trinity River and Lewiston Lake. As far as we could tell, there were no pull-through sites. Backing up was a problem as the full time residents park in the drive area. This would be a problem on a holiday weekend as the sites are close to each other. We would stay again. - Forest Ranch Steve