River Reflections RV Park & Campground Oroville California
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Location - Welcome to River Reflections RV Resort & Campground, "Gateway to the Salmon." Year round RV/camping situated on 16 acres of tree shaded grassy sites bordering the serene Feather River. A full service RV park with 91 full hookups, water, sewer, and 50 amp electrical services. Enjoy your morning coffee with a fresh picked bowl of blackberries (in season of course), while watching the Salmon spawn, winter geese, ducks, great blue heron, egrets, occasional eagles and beavers. Rent a multi person kayak or canoe and enjoy a leisurely ride down the river. We provide shuttle and parking services for the fisherman or kayak/canoer. Fishing and Water Sports - Like to go fishing? How about year round fishing? Salmon 10lb-50lbs., Steelhead 6lb-10lbs. (year round), Rainbow and German Brown trout (year round). Fish from the park bank or walk a short 150 yards to the 2nd hottest fishing spot on the river. A shallow set of wading rapids provide a great spot for fly fishing, casting lures, or glow bugs. Wade the rapids or launch a shallow drift boat from our cemented boat ramp and fish as far upstream as the hatchery - 3 miles. Boat downstream 2 miles to the afterbay outlet or as far as the ocean, (only for the truly adventurous). Across the river from the RV park are 11,000 acres of wildlife refuge open to the public. Enjoy fishing for bass, crappie and catfish, hunting, off road vehicle area, or bird watching. Five minutes due west of the RV park, enjoy hydra-foil or jet ski boat races on the afterbay, fishing for Bass, Crappie, and trout, or sailing on the forebay recreational areas. Sunday afternoon you might enjoy watching the radio controlled planes flown by our local plane club, or bring your own and join in. Lake Oroville, 15 minutes away, rated "best Bass fishing spot in California" Bassmaster Magazine. Enjoy boating, water skiing, or rent a house boat and view the sunsets from the water. Duck hunting - 20 minutes from Gray Lodge wildlife area and many surrounding rice fields. Hiking, Biking or Sightseeing - Need some exercise? Enjoy a day hike to the 6th highest waterfall in the U.S. (Feather Falls) or take a leisurely stroll atop Table Mountain and enjoy the spring flowers. How about climbing a rock with a view, each 1/4 mile hike to Bald Rock. You might encounter the Maidu Indian legend Uino, who protects the middle fork of the Feather River from his dwelling atop this rock. Bring your bike and explore over 41 miles of nearby bicycle trails starting from numerous locations around Oroville. Or explore the many access roads within the Oroville wildlife area. Want to take it easy? Take the car and drive the spectacular Feather River canyon drive to nearby Belden Town. Local Attractions - Within minutes you can enjoy local shopping - Antiques, museums - Butte Co. Pioneer, Chinese Temple and garden, Lott Sank Historic Home and Garden, Ehmann home, botanical gardens - Kampong gardens, Minasian Azalea Gardens, Ponderosa Protea gardens, golf - Three area golf courses, Casinos - Feather Falls and Gold Country casinos, Live Theatre - Historic State Theatre of Oroville and Birdcage Theatre, Cinemas - 6 screens. Need a bigger city? Chico is located just 20 minutes north, or drive to Sacramento, about 1 hour south.