October 14, 2020 - reviewed by Alan
No reservation, no Site
I was told they don’t take walk ins. Technically if you don’t have reservation, then NO!!!
October 11, 2020 - reviewed by Jan
You Can Do Better Than This
These are all the things you paid for but won’t receive.
The lake is very low so it’s nowhere near this campground or the boat docks. The lake water is dirty and unswimmable.
The sites are dust bowls. Bring outside mats.
You pay $10 to have them empty your tanks, except for one free when you leave.
Laundry room is closed.
The bathrooms and showers are clean, but $1 per shower.
No campfires allowed during fire season, understandably.
We stayed in early October.
September 10, 2020 - reviewed by Jamie
Parasites, Power Outages, Etc.
Parasites in the shallow waters of the lake so their beach isn’t a great place for kids or dogs. Host didn’t tell us this until after we paid. No electricity which wasn’t a big deal but the water also got shut off once because there wasn’t power to pump the water out to the sites. Really we could’ve just paid for dry camping and not wasted money on paying for partial hook ups (no refunds). Playground is blocked off for covid (understandable) and the store is almost always closed due to no power so you can rarely find anyone that works at the campground. A lot of the sites are on a narrow cliff so it’s difficult to back in and also no where to tie dogs up at besides next to the fire pit at the rear of your trailer. Campsites aren’t well kept or cleaned up after each guest (fire pit was full of old torched wood). Overall disappointing and definitely will not go back here.
June 7, 2020 - reviewed by Talia s
Kids on bikes and easy shallow waters. If it’s not too windy, kayaks and paddle boards are perfect.
Sites are small and close together, but people were quiet around 10. Our site (125) was all dirt but other sites were fine. Bring levelers, no sewer hook ups but free dump station.
September 22, 2017 - reviewed by Benny's People
Pricey because of View. Watched sunset and sunrise by the lake. Ducks, seagulls, geese, pelicans and cranes abound. Under beautiful forest canopy. That said, no wifi no cable and uneven surface. Tried several spots to no avail. You have to purchase tokens to use their facilities.
July 7, 2017 - reviewed by Tom
Power sucks, 30amp they say, camp spot was unlevel, red powder for camp spot, if you want to tent its fine, 35foot M/H won't come back
March 19, 2016 - reviewed by HomeTown
Not Family Friendly!!
My wife and I have 5 children, and we were told by the old lady at the check in desk that because the number of family members was greater than 6, we would have to rent TWO campsites, IN SPITE OF THE FACT THAT ALL OF US WERE STAYING IN A SINGLE RV!! And get this, my oldest daughter was only going to join us in the evenings after her shift ended at her job! But that made little difference to this family hating establishment.
September 26, 2015 - reviewed by Gdog N Timber
Relax In The Mountains
This rv park is close to Lassen national park. You can clearly see the peaks of the park from this area. It is by a lake that because if the drought is receded and is a great place to run you dogs but be careful not to let them in the standing pools is the lake as the will need a shower. The whole park is under the canopy of pine trees and always in the shade. The sites are very spacious and there are fire rings for night fires. Our site was a bit out of level leaning toward the lake. Not enough to be an issue just a not for future campers. The electrical and water are shared between 2 sites. Request one with the hookups on the correct side. We came for 1 day and stayed for 2. Duck season opened and the gun fire made my dws and travel friend nervous. Almost any other time this would not be an issue. Rv dump is Available as you exit the park. No issues with space for our 34 ft 5er. If you are visiting lasses or just passing through the area this a a great place to stop.