GoCampingAmerica.com | Posted January
    1st, 2015


    California Camping Guides: Inland
    Empire Region


    Happy Camper Blog



    Inland Empire Region may be small, but this beautiful part of Southern
    California boasts some of the states best

    Dust in the Night Sky - Lucerne Valley, CA,
  USA (Lucerne Valley, https://www.flickr.com/photos/ronkroetz/)

    San Bernardino
    RV Park

    Rated one of the best RV park in the
    Inland Empire, San Bernardino RV Park provides wonderful amenities in a
    convenient location. Visitors to the RV park enjoy the quiet atmosphere and
    clean facilities.


    campground is nestled beneath the San Bernardino Mountains, not far from
    downtown San Bernardino. Check out the Deep Creek Hot Springs for a fun hike
    and relaxing dip in the springs. Head downtown for some fun nightlife, great
    restaurants, and interesting museums.


    • Each site
      provides full hookups including water, sewage, and 30 or 50 amp electricity
    • Wi-Fi: Enjoy the complimentary Wi-Fi provided
      throughout the campground.
    • Concrete Patios: Each campsite
      has a concrete patio.
    • Pet-Friendly: This campground
      allows you to bring your pets, and even provides an area for them to play
    • Restrooms/Showers: Southern California can get hot!
      Cool off in the showers, cleaned daily by the campgrounds


    San Bernardino RV
    Park is an RV campground only, providing full hookups, internet, and spacious
    back-ins. Rates are set for two people per RV and start at $35 per night,
    $220 per week, and $500 per month. Additional guests will cost a small

    Visit http://sanbernardinorvpark.com
    for more information.

    Mt. Baldy from Redlands, CA 12-27-12c (Mount Baldy, https://www.flickr.com/photos/23155134@N06/)

    Reche Canyon
    Mobile Estates

    Dubbed the Inland Empire’s
    “best kept secret,” Reche Canyon Mobile Estates is the perfect
    place to stop inside Southern Califorina.


    Reche Canyon is found in
    the heart of the Inland Empire, close to Colton. The campground is a perfect
    place to stay while exploring the area. Check out Lake Arrowhead for some
    great water sport activities.


    • Laundry
      Facilities: Take care of your dirty laundry at the facilities provided at the
    • Convenience Store: Grab any food or supplies
      that you may need here.
    • Billiards Room: Challenge your
      friends and family to a game of pool inside the billiards
    • Swimming Pool: Take a refreshing dip inside the
      campgrounds swimming pool.
    • Wi-Fi: Internet access can be
      found inside the clubhouse, free of charge.


    This campground is
    unique in that the only accommodation options are mobile homes. Don’t let
    that put you off, these homes provide bedrooms, full kitchens, living rooms,
    and all the necessities including water, sewage, and trash services. Rates
    start at $45 per night, $200 per week, and $539 per

    Visit http://www.rechecanyonrv.com
    for more information.

    Picnic in Caroline Park, Redlands, CA
  1-08 (Redland Heights, https://www.flickr.com/photos/23155134@N06/)

    Lakes RV Resort

    Wilderness Lakes RV Resort is
    one of the premier fishing campgrounds in Southern California. The 80-acre
    resort has multiple fishing canals that weave through the park. Visitors
    return again and again thanks to the beautiful location and fun


    campground is located just five minutes from Menifee, in between Diamond
    Valley Lake and Canyon Lake. Fishing is undoubtedly the main attraction in
    this area, and there are many great spots to choose from. Golf lovers should
    visit the nearby North Golf Course. Rent a boat on one of the many lakes in
    the area for a fun day in the sun with family and friends.


    • Fitness Center:
      Don’t stress about missing a workout, the campground provides a full fitness
      center, free of charge.
    • Restaurant: Head to the
      campgrounds restaurant after a long day spent
    • Wi-Fi: Free internet it provided throughout the
    • Pet-Friendly: Bring your beloved pets with
      you to the campground, free of charge.
    • Business Center:
      Take care of your work inside the campgrounds business


    This campground
    provides large spaces to fit any size RV’s. In addition to these spaces,
    there are multiple accommodation options to fit different

    • RV Spaces: Each site provides full
      hookups including water, sewage, 50 amp electricity, a picnic table, and a
      grill. Rates start at $47 per night.
    • Cottages: These
      cottages are suited for six people, perfect for families. Each cottage provides
      a queen sized bed, and a set of bunk beds. TV/satellite, heating and A/C,
      partial kitchens, and a bathroom. Rates start at $104 per
    • TT Cabins: These cabins sleep up to four people
      and include one queen bed and a sofa bed. A partial kitchen, full bathroom,
      TV, and deck are all provided. Rates start at $78 per

    Visit http://www.rvonthego.com/california/wilderness-lakes-rv-resort/
    for more information.