RV Campground Parks in Plymouth, California

RV Campground Parks in Plymouth, California
Located in the heart of California's gold country, Plymouth mixes outdoor adventure with history, geology and agriculture. Plymouth lies just west of the long stretch of national park and forest land that straddles the California-Nevada border. Plymouth is convenient to Sequoia National Park, Kings Canyon, Yosemite and Lake Tahoe. Plymouth also is a popular destination with its well-stocked lakes and river rafting.

Far Horizons 49er Village RV Resort

Located on the southern end of Plymouth, Far Horizons 49er Village RV Resort is halfway between Sacramento and the wild national park and forest land along California's eastern border. Sites have 30- or 50-amp electric, though the 50-amp hookups are more expensive. Waterfront sites are available along the park's two small fishing ponds. There also are Plus sites with wider paved pads and upgraded utilities to handle larger RVs. The resort has a swimming pool, Wi-Fi and a cafe. Activities include bicycle riding, gold-panning and fishing. Rafting on the American River is a half-hour away.

Far Horizons 49er Village RV Resort
18265 Highway 49

Plymouth, CA 95669

Gold Country Camping Resort

Gold Country Camping Resort in Pine Grove is 20 miles southeast of Plymouth and offers cabin, RV and tent camping. Fourteen cabins are available. Each includes a full bathroom with hot water, sink, shower and toilet, heat, cable TV and wireless Internet. There are 71 RV sites, each capable of handling up to a 40-foot vehicle. Sites include 30- or 50-amp electric, water and sewer hookup. There are 36 tent sites close to the pool, picnic area and bandstand. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. The resort is near Eldorado National Forest and Stanislaus National Forest.

Gold Country Camping Resort
13026 Tabeaud Rdoad
P.O. Box 830

Pine Grove, CA 95665

(209) 296-4650

Lake Camanche Recreation

Two full-service RV parks are along Lake Camanche's south shore, which is 30 miles south of Plymouth. Both Monument RV Park and Miners Camp RV Park have sites with 30- and 50-amp electrical hookups, along with water and sewer. Monument RV Park is closer to the lake and two fishing ponds, while Miners Camp RV Park is closer to athletic facilities such as volleyball, basketball and tennis courts. Lake Camanche is known for bass and trout fishing. The lake is stocked with 80,000 pounds of trout between October and June. Two scenic trails, one on the north shore of the lake and one on the south shore, are available for hiking. The south shore also features a marina with boat rental and launch facilities. Bait and tackle are available in the general store.

Lake Camanche Recreation
South Shore Office
11700 Wade Road
Wallace, CA 95225
(209) 763-5178

Article Written By Jeffrey Caldwell

Jeffrey Caldwell has been a freelance writer for over five months and has published over 250 articles on websites like eHow and Trails.com. Caldwell writes articles on a wide range of topics including travel, camping and automotive mechanics. He has a Bachelor of Arts in English from Millersville University.

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