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Cabines para alugar
Electricidade
Wi-Fi
Churrasco permitido
Cães
3.5 / 5 (6 votos )

Auburn Gold Country RV Park

3550 KOA Way
95602, Auburn
California, Estados Unidos

Quiet, family campground in the heart of the Gold Country and foothills of the Sierra's in the historic town of Auburn. Stop and do day trips from the campground to numerous historic sites and recreation. Come back to swimming pool (seasonal) and year round jacuzzi. Bathrooms, hot showers, and laundry. Fishing pond on site, playground, television and meeting lounge, and camp store. We have big pull thrus, free wifi, and some 50 amp sites.

Características do local

Alojamento
Barracas de campo
Caravanas
Autocaravanas
Cabines para alugar

Instalação de Serviços
Electricidade
Wi-Fi
Tenda de campismo
Acesso de cadeira de rodas
Churrasco permitido

Qualificações
Cães

Recreação
Parque infantil
Nadar em água natural
Piscina Exterior
Sauna
Quadra de ténis
Área do Minigolfe
Campo de golfe
Aluguer de barcos
Pesca

Sanitário
Mudança de fraldas para bebés
Cabines de lavagem
Máquinas de Lavar
Secadores de roupa


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MGK
Inglês (US)
Managers are classic anti maskers. Their civil rights exceed those of others who are trying to stay healthy or, not get covid-19, again.
1 ano ás

Prudentreviewer
Inglês (US)
This campground is pretty pricy for what you get and security is not the best. This is a “safe town,” but for the price I would have expected more attention. Nothing special. Dog poop all over is a problem, by the way. Hard pass. This campground should cost next to nothing, except the hook up costs. Amenities are a joke, for the price.
1 ano ás

Roqzmom
Inglês (US)
Stayed one night and so glad we did! The park was meticulously kept with amenities one would hope for any RV Resort. We stayed in a creekside site, so it was $59, but the regular sites are $54. The pool and spa are gorgeous and very well kept. Beautiful grounds including a wonderful pond. The bathrooms are the best I’ve seen in any RV park. They are even wheelchair accessible! Would definitely stay again!!
1 ano ás

Nima
Inglês (US)
Well maintained and manicured private resort. Nice dog walking areas with bags and trash can. We had a premium back in site with 30amp/water only, picnic table and a fence giving us privacy from one neighbor. Surprising amount of road noise from our spot. Central Dump for resort patrons without full-hookups, or $20 by credit card for public. They also sell propane, and have a small store. Would stay here again, especially if I80 is backed up or the pass is closed due to snow.
2 anos ás

Hannah
Inglês (US)
We stayed at this park for nearly 9 months. The part itself is beautiful, as it’s an old KOA. There are lots of trees and the nicer spaces had grass. We were toward the back of the park, and it wasn’t unusal to see turkeys, jackalopes, foxes, and deer. There’s a small pond with a run-off creek that you can walk the dogs to. Actually, that’s one of my few complaints about this park- no dog park. There’s a large area at the back of the parks for tent sites. We were there over three huge holidays for camping (Memorial Day, July 4th, and Labor Day), and there were few tents ever. In my opinion, they should fence off part of this area so people can let their dogs off leash. They would have fewer barking dogs, that’s for sure. My only other complaint was that there was a manager who was running the park 50/50 of the time, and he was less than cordial. He had terrible communication skills, and came across as a grumpy old man. All in all, it was a great experience. There was a pool, hot tub, tennis court (installed just before we left), laundry room, entertainment room, and dog walk area (always on leash), playground for children, and dumpsters. It was quiet, close access to 80 and downtown Auburn. There were quite a few homeless people in the area, but never inside the park.
3 anos ás