Pull off the freeway into Red Bluff Park, where motorhomes are ready to be connected to electricity (30/50 amp), sewer, and water. Stay for the night, a week, or longer and enjoy the community atmosphere with tidy restrooms, showers, and paid laundry facilities.
Cultivated grounds with beautiful trees for shade greet the visitor of this sunny California park where RVers and their pets are welcome. Camp rules require dogs to be on a short leash and monitored by their owners at all times. Woofers with aggression issues will not be allowed and there might be breed restrictions. Its also courtesy to pick up after your pets ensuring the park stays clean for all campers. A dog area has been created where pooches can exercise, which is always a huge plus for campers traveling with their pooches.
The park is set up to accommodate RVs with around 70 level, gravel sites and no areas allocated for tents. The exclusive RV tag gives road trippers a place to rest in a campground set up to accommodate most styles of motorhomes - including the bigger rigs, with mainly pull-thru sites. Staying on the Internet and tuning into your favorite Cable TV programs are all possible at Red Bluff RV Park, where sprawls of manicured grass make fun places for kids to play and family picnics to happen.
A swimming pool is perfect for those hot, summer days, or you could get together with friends in the clubhouse, featuring a fully-equipped kitchen where free hot chocolate, tea, and coffee happens every morning. Being close to the main highway makes for easy access to the nearby Red Bluff, a city where the Sacramento river idles past and history is showcased on the perfectly preserved buildings. The Kelly Griggs House Museum is dedicated to honoring Californian art and architecture, as seen in this palatial Victorian abode. The river offers a chance to go fishing or you could check out the local shops and restaurants looking for souvenirs to take back home.