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18 RV Parks near Rio Linda, California
We did however find 18 campgrounds within 25 miles of Rio Linda. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Rio Linda in the left hand column.
Dec 2018 - $58.00
Sac West is perfectly located for us to visit our daughter. We like to stay in the 50 amp row right up front. All workers are very pleasant. If you desire there is the 24 Karat Grill that cooks up great breakfast or brunch up to 1PM - And they deliver to your site! The pool is fantastic! This time of year they place an air inflated dome over the top and it is 80 degrees! Just wish they would add a skinny dip hour say about 9:00 PM to 10. Only reason I gave an 8 is because of Highway 80 freeway noise. Just a quick jaunt off Highway 80 and you are there. Great place! - webmeister
Nov 2018 - $72.00
We stayed in a pull through site close to the office. The site was a little snug for motorhome staying hooked to the car. Even though we stayed one night we unhooked the car to park it in better and off the road. They have s little food cart we hear is good. We might get a chance to try it. One thing I wish would be they place check in and out tons on their site. Check in is 2:00 however we arrived st 1:00 And able to check in since check out is 12:00 We had to call to find this out. Park is clean and staff very nice and friendly. My favorite part is the heated pool. Check in 2:00 Check out 12:00. - Snigglefritz
Aug 2018 - $58.00
Sac West is an old KOA which was repurposed along the way. Plenty of stuff still for kids, which is fine as far as it goes. We don't travel with children (not yet, but hey, one day the grandkids will be allowed to go with their crazy grandparents . . . we hope) but our dog Izzy is kind of like a kid. She enjoyed walking down to the creek's edge. Hard to call it a river, but there were ducks on there, so she was happy. Otherwise, the sites were just gravel, not terribly level, so we had to unhook the toad for one night (always nice when we don't have to do that), and the hook-ups were also old and somewhat rusty. It's situated right off the freeway and like I said, the river is, well . . . it's a creek or a slough or something kind of like a river, just don't call it a river, okay? And no, you cannot swim in it, either, due to pollution. I thought it was way overpriced for what we needed, but if we had kids and spent maybe an extra day there, we'd use the salt water pool (nicer than all that chlorine), or eat at the mini food truck on the premises. I think the value is in the extras, not in the park itself. So for us, not that much of a value. Also - pet peeve since I have a small dog (chihuahua/jack russell mix) - someone had a huge mastiff (thankfully on lead . . . often owners just don't feel the need!) walking about the park near us. I was surprised this breed was allowed in, as like most parks they say they don't let in aggressive breeds. Right. - Ellistea
Sep 2015 - $1.00
We actually didn't stay there. We were told by the Asst. Mgr. that it was first come first serve, no reservations. When we arrived the manager said they were full up. The manager was very nice and sorry about what we were told. Due to it being a gated park, we had to drive through to be let out the other side. Please note this park is not set up for large RV's even though the Asst. Mgr said it was. It is mostly filled with live ins and 1/2 the park is mobile homes. It is in a really bad neighborhood. - judyk
Aug 2009 - $33.00
This place is ok, sort of. It's one of the few places around so, any port in the storm. It's in a bad part of town but they do have a security gate. Mostly permanent residents with what seems to be a bunch of illegals right outside the gate milling around waiting for the bus. The office staff was nice to us. Our site was gravel but it was level. Showers were old but clean. Wi-Fi was good, fast and never dropped out. Camp here if you have business in the immediate area - -otherwise I'd suggest that you find another spot. - Jake67
Aug 2009 - $32.00
It was a pleasant surprise to find a park where we had adequate room to back into a space without fear of hitting anything. All hookups were in good condition. The Wi-Fi worked great. Spaces are rock with a concrete patio with table. It would be a little dusty for long term stays. Shade is only on long term sites. The people here were very nice. - The Alberts
Feb 2019 - $40.00
Very happy to find Sherwood Harbor. Very rustic with lots of huge cottonwoods. If you want pristine perfectly spaced concrete sites, this is not for you. But to find a park in a metro area that is more about nature, its great. It had been raining and lots of puddles including some of the road sections are dirt. Designed for back ins with view of the river out the back, but they let us pull our 35 motor home directly in and use our extra cables/hoses. During the winter only the upper section is used as the lower can flood. However, I would NOT want to get our rig into the lower section. Access from the south on Chicory Loop (new name) into the upper section was not difficult but would have been impossible with anything in tow to the lower section - use north entrance for lower part. Follow their directions because of the new street names and a road or 2 closed (GPS likely to lead you there). But they are SO friendly, even offered to come and guide us in when we got lost! As others have said, excellent wifi by office and in site #1 where we stayed. Price includes all taxes, etc. - BandD
Sep 2015 - $35.00
We could not maneuver our 40' motorhome into this park. The manager called us earlier in the day and because we were arriving late (8pm), instructed us to make a "quick right" into the park. We had never stayed here before and came in from Consumnes River Blvd. Big mistake. The road is narrow and dark with low hanging branches all along the way. The 'quick right' was virtually impossible. A woman ran out to meet us and told us to continue another half mile to turn around to enter from the north. Even after doing that, our 20 year RVing experience told us the steep entrance road was too risky especially at night. We opted to dry camp overnight at a nearby Home Depot. - billandmemakes3
Jul 2014 - $25.00
Lots of space between camp sites. Most visitors stayed at least a few nights so not so much in and out activity which was nice. Lower level has well placed mature trees for good shading Delta breezes to cool off. Great view of river. Marina has small swimming area to dip. Office staff very helpful, accommodating and friendly, the type of people you always want to find at campgrounds/RV parks. Laundry on site (2 washers, 2 dryers). Wi-Fi spotty if far from marina office but it is free so sit yourself outside office on the deck to watch the sunset while you surf the net. Rate is unbeatable. $25 day is weekly rate. Convenient location to shopping for necessities (Nuggett food, Lowe’s, Target, Earth First). Lower level does not have sewer hook up. Four full bathrooms available, 3 keyed (pay $15 deposit), one available to EVERYONE so avoid that particular unit. Lower level entry a bit steep. Our site required two layers of levelers on one side. Most other sites used some kind of leveling adjustment as parking was on grass. Upper level in full sun and mostly permanent residents (some units very old). Ownership heavily waters during summer heat to cool down camp area. This created an ant invasion every watering. Some road noise from River Road but dies down at night time. We had extended stayed due to having business and family in the area. We would gladly return for shorter stays but no sewer hook up does gets old. There is dump station but you have to exit lower level, go down the road at least a mile to turn around, enter upper level camp area, then exit upper level, go down the road at least a mile to turn around around to come back to enter the lower level. - THTH
Oct 2012 - $15.00
This club is in an industrial part of town. After 5 pm the area closed up and had virtually no noise. Businesses open at 0700 with their accompanying noises. Paved lot with maneuvering room for big rigs. (I'm 43') Easy driving to restaurants and shopping. Normal Elks Lodge amenities. On site black water dump with odd rules about dumping. Ask in advance to see when you can or can't dump. - Bucky Beaver
Sep 2011 - $25.00
This is a 55+ mobile home park that also rents RV sites. Very nice and quiet. Managers are very friendly though the site we were in was right up against the permanent mobile home next to us. If you like quiet, safe, reasonably priced ($175/wk), convenient location, this is the place to be. Downside, not much space for sitting out in front of RV. - DonnaandPete
Oct 2017 - $64.00
This campground is right next to the main road with lots of traffic. We could hear the traffic from our site. Our site was spacious and it was nice to have hook up, but the cost was rather high. We barely had enough room to extend our awning. We had a fire and watched TV on our outdoor TV but between the wind and traffic noise it wasn't very fun! The site was large and we could easily fit our car along side of us. Since it was October we didn't go over to the water but there was a trail from the campground and it didn't seem too far. - RVingChick
Oct 2017 - $46.00
First off, use Beals Point SRA Campground in Google maps and it will bring you right in. Sites are nice, lots of trees and trails. Lots of air tv. Bring your quarters for the shower. We stayed here in 25 foot motorhome. Lots of space between. We would stay here again when visiting in area. - Maltese Mom
Sep 2017 - $33.00
We were looking for a place to stay in the general area to visit family in Orangevale. We're self contained and don't use the facilities. We stayed on a Friday night in early September in our 25 foot MH. This is a nice urban CG right on Folsom Lake and very convenient to Orangevale and Folsom. The CG has 2 loops. One is set up for RVs and has water and electric. The sites appear to be spread out and relatively open. The other Loop is primitive and geared towards tents, although smaller RVs are ok for some sites. We stayed in the latter. We arrived at 5pm on a Friday and got the last site with a pad that fit our RV. The sites in the primitive section were pleasantly arrayed in clusters among trees, had a mix of sun and shade and most were good sized. The sites on the outside were slightly larger and more private. Most need a bit of leveling. There's no wifi. There was good ATT and Verizon coverage. We had a quiet stay. - dsvt
Apr 2018 - $35.00
Should have known after calling two days in advance and not getting a return call and a "mailbox full" message when calling back. The lady at desk is nice....but place is a wreck. The back in sites in the last street are a slum. Older trailers and motorhomes with "yard cars", window air conditioners propped up on 2x4 stands, some yards had junk strewn around and one was in "hoarder mode". Men's bathrooms were flooded from either toilets or showers. As someone noted its an old place....very old. I could go on and on but ...we were visiting relatives and wanted to stay close.....so little choice. Do yourself a favor stay anywhere but here. - Beachman
Mar 2018 - $48.00
Stayed here 3 nights visiting relatives nearby. Wish there were more options for us to stay at in the area. The park is old, and lots of permanent residents. They are not a problem, as most sites are organized and kept clean. The management needs more people to improve service. The bathrooms are cleaned daily, but kids keep tracking muddy feet in the women's bathroom each day, and the men's bathroom seems to have a constant problem with people not putting the shower curtain in the shower, so there was water standing on the floor each day. A little re-modeling of the shower might solve this. Some moldy drywall was there as well due to the same problem. Office was closed for a while in the afternoon, and even though sign on the door said they would return at 2:00, they didn't return until 2:30, and kept new customers waiting 45 minutes (and me needing change for laundry). Would probably try another park if we return to the area. Pool was closed and green when we were there, but maybe off season. - Fitzjohnfan
Feb 2017 - $44.00
We stayed here one night because it was only 4 miles from a truck service center we needed to be at the following morning. We would not stay here again. Train horns felt like they were on top of us. We couldn't get the men's restroom unlocked. The women's restroom had water backed up in the sinks. This is a permanent park, but we didn't have any issues with that. People we encountered in the office and elsewhere were friendly. Our site was a pull-thru at an end. It worked for us for one night. - Neil and JoAnn
Nov 2017 - $35.00
Perfect spot for a quick overnight stay. No frills, no extra services, but did provide full hook ups and both pull through and back in sites. Water, electric (30amp) and sewer all worked with no problems. The "sites" (just spaces between each hookup post) were wide and spacious, gravel lot. Best part for us was the large lot area across the small street where I got my dog's exercise in. My experience at this park was safe and quiet, except for the occasional train horns, but none that I noticed during the late night. Given that I could stay at a proper RV resort with full amenities for $37, the $35 price for Yolo Fairgrounds was a little steep. But I would probably stay here again. There was no attendant when I arrived, and it was self-pay. Luckily I read a few reviews before staying here, so I knew one could just pull in to any open site. - HeraSTREAM
Nov 2017 - $35.00
Gravel lot with fairly spacious sites that are level. All the utilities worked well. The wifi connected and even though the signal was strong it didn't work. Made a reservation on line and when we arrived I wasn't sure where to park so I called and told to take any site. The lady asked what the name was on the travel trailer. When we came back there was a note on the door to pay so there was a lack of communication. Some noise from trains the second night. - mrracechaser
Oct 2016 - $35.00
It is a gravel parking lot with hookup panels to separate spaces.
You have to park your vehicle in front of your RV, unless there is no neighbor and then you can park it on side.
There was a Mexican dance I think they said going on. It was loud, but was ok once in Motorhome and then it was over by 9pm.
It is great for anyone working or participating at the grounds or just a one nighter, but a little over priced for what is given/offered. - Victoria Grace