If you want to stay in Chowchilla, play golf and enjoy a clean, pristine RV park that the lake shoots up water: this resort is for you. The park has every amenity. The main negative for us was that it was like a ghost town and quite warm. The manager even saw me setting up and helped me hook up my sewage, electric and water. Can you believe it? Move this place to a beach, and it would be filled up every day.
Seven Feathers is a great place to visit and camp. Beautiful sites with concrete level slabs, grass between each site, trash pick up, AM coffee, shuttle to the casino, including 10% each discount for getting a players card at the casino, and using your Good Sam Club. If you don't gamble but like buffets, this place is like heaven. Super classy RV Resort with golf available in beautiful southern Oregon right off the I-5 freeway.
I was totally disappointed in this rv park based on the website pics. It was dusty, the grass was yellow, the sites were uneven gravel, the creek wa dry, and mossy. The management was nice, and there were some cool campers that we hung out with as there is nothing to do there. The only redeeming feature was the rock that looks like a turtle. There is one restaurant/bar in walking distance. Gold Beach itself looks like a cool little town but the campground could use some work. It sounds like there may be better Rv parks nearby.
Great potential for this campground. Great location near Shasta Lake with solid management and different type sites. Make sure you know your site before reserving. If they fix the uneven cement sites as they promised and updated their facilities I would give this great location campground a 9. I understand they plan to update this very nice, large treed, RV campground and I would stay here again.
We loved this campground. It is hidden away, but there are two lakes and many pull thrus as well as back ins with lake views. Ducks in the water, level cement long sites, good management, and quiet but beautiful campground. If you have kids, probably not your cup of tea, but my wife and I enjoyed staying there immensely and will return there again next time we get the chance. Laundry room clean and up to date. Diamond in the rough. Only negative is they let campers come in late at night and we were awoken one night due to loud arrivals. The management gave them a stern warning the next day. My kind of campground.
I was wondering why this was the only RV campground available in May for reservations over 4th of July. This has to be the least nicest RV campground we have seen over the last month of our summer trip. First, all sites look like yellow hay and/or are gravel. If you are looking for an overnighter I would consider it, but my water supply was under a brick and had spider webs and filthy water. Needed gloves to have a water supply. Zero amenities, but nice campers and management although very narrow spaces and you have to park your truck next to your rig. When I checked in and asked to use the bathroom, the manager informed me the office was her home and use my own rig. The only things positive about this yucky campground, was my gravel site was level and across the street there is the John Wayne Marina, with a green park, nice view of the Lake, and a decent restaurant. If you are looking for a clean place, without bugs, this isn't your place. The laundry room had nice washers and very dirty dryer.