Great views along the Feather River near Oroville California. Most of our acreage borders the river. Rolling grassy terrain interspersed with oaks, sycamores, and other trees. Our park is a hidden gem in our area and is super quiet with great personnel and local activities. The front part of the park is set up for RVs and has bathrooms with showers, the rear area by the
Great views along the Feather River near Oroville California. Most of our acreage borders the river. Rolling grassy terrain interspersed with oaks, sycamores, and other trees. Our park is a hidden gem in our area and is super quiet with great personnel and local activities. The front part of the park is set up for RVs and has bathrooms with showers, the rear area by the river is set up for special events and dry camping. The Oroville State Wildlife Area is directly across the river with tons of activities available including wildlife watching, bird watching, hunting, biking and tons more. Lake Oroville with great fishing and boating is just a few miles away. Shopping in historic downtown Oroville is a short three minute drive. There are two local casinos with fantastic shows and great dining in our town. Local activities include the 44.5 mile loop Brad Freeman bike trail, Paddling On the Feather River Or the Thermalito Forebay and Afterbay. A short drive away is the Oroville Clay pits OHV riding area and the Public Shooting Range. Fishing opportunities abound in the Feather River along the camping area, as well as at the Thermalito Afterbay and Lake Oroville. Come visit, you wont be disappointed!
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Brad Freeman trail all around Oroville
We have a boat ramp into the Feather river. Also nearby is the Thermalito Afterbay as well as Lake Oroville
Steelhead, Salmon, Shad, Trout, Bass, Catfish, and more see above boating oportunities.
Brad Feeman trail, Bald Rock, PCT, Table Mountain ecological Reserve are all nearby.
See Brad Freeman trail here in Oroville
Numerous places on the Feather River, we have a boat ramp on the property.
Nearby on the Termalito Afterbay.
Nearby at the oroville OHV clay pit. Also all over our local mountains.
Numerous places on the Feather River, We have a boat ramp into the river on our property.
Oroville Wildlife area is directly across the river from our park.
Natural features you'll find at Riffles RV Park on the River in California.
River, stream, or creek
The Feather River is our property line to the West. The views are gorgeous.
Feather River with our boat ramp.
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
The campground itself is clean and well maintained. Its great for a quick overnight stay on a long road trip which is all we used this for. The only thing I could recommend is better directions. We arrived around 9pm so it was obviously dark. The directions stated to drive west through a locked gate, no gate was locked. We found the activity tent the next morning and realized we definitely camped in the wrong spot. Thankfully it wasn't too busy. There is active construction going on which makes for a long night of noise if you're in a tent. A gun range has to be across the river because come morning there was nothing but the sounds of running water and bullets. Bigger picture, it's a clean campsite that offers toilets and showers for cheap.
Nice host; shooting range too close
PROS: The host was responsive via text and when I told him the shower was broken, he offered access to a different shower. I was the only camper so I never had to wait for the bathroom. (But I only saw 1 toilet and shower so that could get busy in high season.) CONS: the site is within earshot of a shooting range so the sound of sprays of bullets woke me up at 715am. The sites are not right along the river so the pictures are misleading. The bathroom appeared that it had not been cleaned in awhile. The shower requires quarters to operate.
If you plan on using the showers. I recommend you bring your quarters as well because the shower takes quarters. $1.24 for 7 1/2 minutes. Other than that. It’s more than what I was expecting.
Wonderful weekend get away
We found Riffles on the River to be very pleasant. The camp host was very nice, greeted us and gave us a suggestion to a spot with a beautiful unobstructed view of the Feather River. There were only a few other campers, as this is technically off season, but the area is well layer out and spacious.
The easy access from the Highway and close proximity to the major highlights in the area was a bonus. The park like setting, with beautiful iron work fencing and decorative accent pieces was enjoyable to walk around. Easy access to the Feather River with plenty of beautiful views.
Pros: The actual campsite was beautiful and right along the feather river. It was very clean and we were the only ones there! We used this site the night before a hiking trip to North Table Mountain, and the location was perfect. The host was very nice and easy to communicate prior to the trip.
Cons: The on site manager is very UNFRIENDLY and not very helpful (almost seemed annoyed that we were there). She was so inhospitable that we didn't want to go near her when leaving, so we took our trash with us (the bins are apparently located near the RV area). You do not park directly at the listing. There is a parking area nearby, but since you can't drive on the grass, there is no way to get close to the campsite. Luckily since there wasn't anyone else there we were able to camp closer to the car. But we still had to carry our gear a little ways.
The listing says that you can have campfires, but there are no fire rings. So be sure to bring your own portable campfire (luckily it wasn't too cold at night for us), otherwise there is no safe way to have a campfire.
There is a shooting range nearby, but it didn't bother us since we got up early and left.
Overall, it served our purpose.
Sweet little sward pf green
Lovely green space with gorgeous large trees. There was a very nice caretaker, Craig or Greg, who told us a little about the history of the place and the Feather River. It was a lovely stay. The showers require quarters, but there’s hot water in the sink. Might be hard to get into the bathroom if the place is crowded. We appreciated the help of Craig/Greg and would recommend!