This is a nice quiet rv park. Lots of long termers but still nice not trashy. I would give it a higher rating if it wasn't for the VERY poor customer relations of its manager and the terrible wifi. The last park manager was amazing but she moved on. They brought Duke in and it seems he doesn't care about his customers. Very deeming to females and very agrumentative. Stay away if you want good service.
Within walking distance of green barn whiskey kitchen and if you are up to it starbucks. Also very close to dollar general for any basic needs, front desk attendants are WONDERFUL. Very quiet clean park, love it here.
It's pouring outside but tonight the sprinklers will come on without fail. If the ground starts to dry up you can be assured it will be a mud hole by morning. They apply their rules randomly. A tiny dog can be off leash and encroach on others but a different dog will be thrown out for breathing. They set the speed limit at 3 mph and lecture everyone even when you stay within the limit but then the employees and owner drive through at 10 mph. Again, the rule will get applied dependent upon the mood of the day. If you want to pay to be in a mud pit sardine can where you can be verbally abused randomly then by all means stay at Red Bluff RV Park. They will be happy to take your money so they can pay for all the water they waste.
We were evacuated with a moments notice and were forced to stay in a Walmart the night before our stay at Red Bluff RV. It was a heat wave in the mid 100s. After a miserable night at Walmart, we reached out to the new managers at the park. They were very welcoming and reserved a space for us and our in-laws with their rig. Upon our arrival we were greeted with friendly faces and very helpful. They assured us they would have a place to stay as long as we were displaced. Our stay was very nice. Plenty of shade and very quiet at night. The managers seemed to be about all the time working and available for any questions or needs. Nicely graveled and paved park. Very little dust. Very pet friendly and had sprawling lawns to exercise our big dogs. I highly recommend this park while traveling on I-5. Located about a mile or so from the freeway. …
Shari the manager was friendly and welcoming, even remembered me from last year when I camped in the same park when traveling in the area. She had some good restuarant suggestions too. Spent one night and everything worked out fine as usual. Will return on some future camping trip. Restrooms and showers were fine.