River Reflections RV Park and Camping

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This is a very nice park with somewhere near 100 RV/camp spaces.  Besides being right on the Feather River, where you can fish for salmon, steelhead and trout, there is lots of grass and trees for shade.  One of the greatest features are the beautiful sunsets and all the wildlife on the river.

They have a boat ramp, a road where you can walk along the river, bath house, laundry facilities (although we never used them because we have our own washer and dryer), some concrete slabs, and a club house if needed.  The park is close to downtown Oroville with Walmart being less than a mile.

The roads and spaces in the park are big rig friendly.  We have a large truck/5th wheel combo and there was plenty of room for us.

River Reflections is pet friendly.

The park management and office staff are friendly and will bend over backwards to accomodate their guests needs.  They even have kayaks and canoes they rent out and will take people up river so they can drift back down.

They have several activities throughout the Spring, Summer, and Fall, from chili cook-offs to musical groups of various types, gamer get togethers, and special activities for the kids.

The park has full hookups, some with 50amp and some with only 30amp.  There is, in some cases, even electricity available for tent campers.

The only negatives are the truck noise from the highway and  the concrete plant.  However, we got used to those noises very easily, to the point where we usually didn’t notice them.

We stayed in the park for 14 months waiting for Trish to retire, paying $600/month which included electric.

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