RV Parks You’ll Love


With open roads to roam and beautiful nature to explore, RV’ers have long been drawn to Siskiyou. In the era of COVID-19, that’s becoming even more so. We all want to get outside and connect with nature in a way that only a weekend in Siskiyou will satisfy. RV’s also offer ultimate flexibility and make social distancing a snap. So, whether you want to be riverfront or remote in the woods, Siskiyou’s RV Parks should be on the top of your list.  Here are some we know you’ll love!

Disclaimer: More than ever, your health and safety is our top priority in Siskiyou. We are actively monitoring the news and changes in restrictions and recommendations from federal, state, county and local officials during the active COVID-19 pandemic. As travel restrictions lift, we are asking that our out-of-town guests adhere to restrictions and best practices while visiting Siskiyou to help protect our rural communities. Here is information on how to protect yourself and others as outlined by the CDCWe also recommend calling ahead to your RV park of choice for any unique policies or restrictions.

Hi-Lo Motel & RV Park

“Staying at the Hi-Lo made for an excellent central location for us to be able to explore a lot of the surrounding area. Plus, the Hi-Lo’s diner food made for a great breakfast spot and grabbing a slice of pie before turning in for the night which was awesome!” – Kyle Sheppard, kylelovestori.com

You will love the Hi-Lo RV Park. It’s been a popular traveler destination since 1951 with 16 creekside spaces that have their own hookups for water, electric, Cable TV and Free Wi-Fi. This secluded, pet-friendly park has grassy picnic areas, bathrooms and showers and is located within walking distance to downtown Weed so you can easily explore the area. It also makes a perfect centralized basecamp to explore all of Siskiyou with easy access on Interstate 5 and Highway 97.

Railroad Park RV Resort

Located in Dunsmuir, the Railroad Park RV Resort should be at the top of any list of RV Parks to love. You get to enjoy all the fun of exploring and dining on railroad cars while still getting to relax in your RV. It has a great woodland creekside setting with ample shade and barbecue pits, and the views of the Castle Crags looming overhead are breathtaking. Plus, you can dine at the Resort’s restaurant on a historic railroad car, with a new train ride for the kids. You’re also close to all of the amazing outdoor recreation in the area!  Be sure to checkout all the area’s waterfalls and the nearby Pacific Crest Trail. You’ll never want to leave!

Klamath Ranch Resort & Blue Heron RV Park

The Klamath Ranch Resort and Blue Heron RV Park elevates riverside RV’ing to a whole new level. Perfectly suited for ultimate rest and relaxation, its position on the bank of the Klamath River is one we know you’ll love. Larger motorhomes travel with here as it’s suitable for all vehicle sizes, including fifth wheels and travel trailers. In addition to a beautiful setting, there’s easy access to water sports, equestrian trails, float trips and fishing. This RV park was also recently featured on Visit California’s Podcast, having been described as “spectacular” by Dyana Kelley of California Outdoor Hospitality Association.

Big Foot RV Park & Cabins

While it’s unlikely Bigfoot will make an appearance, the family-owned and operated Big Foot RV Park & Cabins in “the Heart of the Klamath” is a perfect base camp for your next adventure destination. Conveniently located near the famous Bigfoot statue in Happy Camp, the park is walking distance to a market and post office. Owners Gary and Rita live just around the corner and know everyone in town, gladly helping their campers discover everything the Klamath River and surrounding forest have to offer. We know you’ll love this perfect place to escape the crowds and reconnect with nature.

McCloud RV Resort

If you’re looking for a spot at the base of spectacular Mount Shasta, the McCloud RV Resort is one of Northern California’s premier camping destinations and an RV Park we know you’ll love. It features extra-large RV sites with full hook-ups and 50-amp electric, surrounded by grassy areas and the shade of towering pine trees. From here, you can experience Siskiyou’s world-class fishing, hiking, boating, golfing, horseback riding or hunting.  You can explore the nearby town of McCloud and legendary McCloud Falls, or just enjoy the peace, quiet and beauty of the great outdoors. Even if you’re not in an RV, you’ll love their cozy, fully-furnished Shasta Camping Cabins.

Friday’s RV Retreat

Near fly-fishing ponds and nature trails, Friday’s RV Retreat & Fly Fishing Ranch is a no-frills but clean and woodsy retreat where life slows down and an outdoorsy family can catch their breath. The park is owned and operated by the founders and is the closest private RV park to the McCloud Reservoir. It’s just 6 miles from the charming town of McCloud, and since there isn’t any nearby light pollution, the starry sky here is amazing. For a list of Siskiyou fishing adventures, guides and more, visit here.

Waiiaka RV Park

Waiiaka RV Park is a convenient location for its proximity to the Rain Rock Casino and Interstate 5. It also makes an excellent basecamp to explore all the outdoor recreation the area has to offer, including boating, fishing, hunting, and hiking. The RV sites are shaded and have 24-hour surveillance, and the owners are regularly adding upgrades and aim to give the guests an enjoyable experience. The park is also exceptionally clean and comfortable, with big pull-through sites and full hookups.

Lake Siskiyou Camp Resort

Surrounded by the Shasta-Trinity National Forest, the Lake Siskiyou Camp Resort is one of the best outdoor recreational locations in the county. If you’re trying to social distance, please note that it can get very crowded on the weekends because of its prime location on the lake. The solution? Plan a trip for during the week! Lake Siskiyou is beautiful and suitable for boating and swimming and there is a large selection of rentals, including fishing boats, patio boats, kayaks, and SUPs. There’s even a summer water park for kids!

Quigley’s Station RV Park & General Store

Located along Highway 96, or the Bigfoot Highway, between Yreka and Happy Camp, Quigley’s has long been a local institution along the Klamath River, but after a temporary closure and remodel, it’s back and better than ever, waiting to welcome RV’s and Skoolies. This Park comes with shaded riverfront sites, an onsite country store, and some of the best fishing in Northern California. There’s also eddy access (if you’ve got your own gear) to what’s known as the middle section of the Klamath River – the perfect place to pass the lazy days of summer. It’s also an ideal spot for as beginning kayakers, floating and fishing, or a short drive from much bigger water if you’re looking for a wild ride.


Full-time RV’ers and photographers Kyle and Tori of kylelovestori.com who have traversed Siskiyou a couple of times, also offered some additional pro-tips while visiting Siskiyou in an RV:

 “I would recommend having a towed vehicle because many of the cool road trips and sights will be more difficult to bring a longer vehicle to. We also found the best gas prices at the Pilot in Weed (bonus, you can get an additional discount if you’re a GoodSam member) and at the Speedway in Yreka. Filling up an RV is an expensive task, so timing your fill-ups with cheaper gas can help a lot in the long run.” 

We look forward to seeing you in Siskiyou!  We know you’ll love it! For additional places to stay and play in Siskiyou, visit here.


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