RV Parks & Campgrounds

Lake Skinner Park County/City Parks

3.4 Stars 3.4 -  7 Reviews  $$
(951) 926-1541
Winchester, California


All year

Total: 213, Fullhookups: 158, Elecwater: 16, Max RV Length: 45 ft

Water, Electric, Sewer, Pool, Pets allowed, Picnic Tables, Dump Station, Showers, Playground


September 23, 2018 - reviewed by Outback fam
4.0 Stars   $40
Perfect For Families
This lake is great for families. They have a cute nature center where kids can make crafts and explore things. My kids had the most fun at the splash pad. There wasn't to much tree coverage, but I'd still come back

December 18, 2017 - reviewed by Cheryl & Howard
3.0 Stars   
Would Return
Camped with 3 rigs on grass sites in B. Level, pleasant, large park. The park was empty this weekend close to the holidays so I’m not sure what it’s like when crowded. Loved the splash pad and playgrounds for kids and lots of room for children to ride bikes and play on grass. (Note:we don’t have young ones but can appreciate!)

December 13, 2017 - reviewed by Steve J
3.0 Stars   $40
Very nice park big pull through sites. Friendly staff. Lots of bike trails. Would stay here again.

June 14, 2017 - reviewed by Meredith
5.0 Stars   
Our Place
We love this campground. We've camped here 10+ times, as it is an affordable local spot for us that feels very off grid, but is close to home. Splash pad for kids to enjoy, lake to fish on and boats for rent. Grass spots are the best in A and B. Great market and great sites.

March 20, 2017 - reviewed by RRR
3.0 Stars   $35
this is a passport America Park which gives you a 50% discount Monday through Thursday from November to March inclusive. However, if you need to make your reservation online, not only does it not allow you to use your discount, but it charges you $8 additional just to make the reservation online. You need to talk with someone at 800.234.7275 and the reservation line is only open Monday through Thursday 8 to 4. The reservation people will not retroactively refund the PA discount.

March 14, 2017 - reviewed by 1Kotonk
3.0 Stars   
Lake Skinner
First time here had a group of 5 families. Seems the recent rains had everything nice and green. We had back in spots in area B, easily 200 hundreds yards of nice green grass for the kids to play on. If you wana Fish you need to rent a boat Shore fishing is a waste of time because if all the reeds, vegetation old and new. The sun is hot, so bring pop up shade if you have em.

December 15, 2016 - reviewed by Debjam
3.0 Stars   
Just a place to camp. Out of the beaten path, bad cell service with AT&T and Verizon. Lady at the gate was on a power trip, so she was pretty rude.