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Modesto Reservoir

Modesto Reservoir Regional Park is located at Reservoir Rd., a few miles from the town of Waterford, just off Highway It offers over 3, acres of land and 2, acres of reservoir for recreation and camping. For camping reservations, please click the link below:


Park Features

  • Campsites with full hookups
  • Picnic shelters
  • Restrooms
  • Barbecues
  • Picnic tables
  • Archery range
  • Radio control electric airplane field

Campsites are Located at:
Areas A, B, C, D

Reservations available at:


Recreation Opportunities:

  • Swimming
  • Fishing
  • Boating
  • Water/jet skiing
  • Bird watching
  • Waterfowl hunting (with permit)
Modesto Reservoir Map

There is a great variety of natural wildlife in the area, and for those who love to fish, we often restock the fish population at the reservoir with traditional Rainbow Trout, Redear Sunfish, Largemouth Bass, Channel Catfish, and Bluegill. To preserve the reservoir&#;s water, no pets or gasoline containers are allowed at Modesto Reservoir.
*Swim and boat at your own risk, as water levels fluctuate.

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Day Use

  • Vehicle: $15
  • Vessel: $10
  • Picnic Shelter Use Fee ($90 per day) + ($10 reservation fee): $

Camping (per night)

  • Vehicle at Campsite: $30
  • Vehicle at A – D Loop Campsite: $35
  • Annual day use passes available
Stanislaus County Parks
Sours: http://www.stancountyparks.com/modesto-reservoir/

Turtle Beach RV Resort

Turtle Beach RV Resort

E. Williamson Rd., Manteca, CA view map

Laid-Back RV Campground in California

Turtle Beach RV Camping is the perfect RV campground in California for a weekend of fishing and relaxation. Located along the San Joaquin River, Turtle Beach is a scenic and quiet retreat for any fisherman, individual, couple or family looking for peace and tranquility. At Turtle Beach RV Camping, we offer RV camping sites and shady tent camping areas close to the river. Relax on the sand, enjoy jet skiing or boating on the river, and spend time with family and friends at this picturesque RV campground in California’s beautiful Modesto region.

Turtle Beach RV Camping is a limited service campground. While you are staying with us, be sure to enjoy local attractions in nearby Manteca, Modesto and Stockton. We look forward to making your Turtle Beach camping trip a memorable getaway!

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Whether you're planning a retreat for the whole family, a group of friends or a getaway for two, there's no shortage of unique activities to explore at Turtle Beach RV Resort. Plan activities upon arrival or visit this page before your departure to plan ahead. Looking for more? Our friendly staff can fill you in on all of the great ways to make your stay a memorable experience.

We currently offer the following activities:


Policies & General Information

  • Check-in: 12 noon
  • Check-out: 12 noon
  • Welcome Center: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
  • After hours arrival: We are not currently able to provide after hours check-in. Please be aware that check-ins end daily at 6 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and p.m. Friday and Saturday. 
  • Upon check-in you may be asked to provide a valid ID, and a certificate of insurance and registration for your camper. Members should also have their membership card on hand.
  • Guests aged 18 years and under at the time of check-in are considered children.
  • A completed Reservations for Minors form is required for all unaccompanied minors. Download the form here: http://www.rvonthego.com/images/PDF/Reservations-For-Minorspdf.
  • Pets are allowed. Two pets are allowed. Extra pets are $2 per day.
  • The rates displayed do not include any applicable service fees or charges for optional incidentals.


Reservation & Payment Policies:

  • To make changes to your reservation, please call our Reservation Department at () and specify that you booked your reservation online.
  • Your credit card will be charged Itinerary Total prior to arrival, up to a maximum deposit of $ Any remaining balance is due prior to arrival.
  • Prices and site type are subject to availability.
  • The rates displayed do not include any applicable service fees or charges for optional incidentals.
  • By using a credit card for a deposit, guarantee or payment, you authorize MHC Property Management L.P. to charge any expenses incurred during your stay to that credit card or apply funds you have on deposit with MHC Property Management L.P. against what you owe.

Cancellation Policies:

In the case of multiple sites booked, cancellation penalties apply to each site that is cancelled or changed. 

No refunds will be issued for early check-out. 

  • RV campsites: We allow full refunds for cancellations up to 48 hours prior to your arrival date for daily and weekly reservations.
  • Rental accommodations: We allow full refunds for cancellations 7 days prior to your arrival date for daily and weekly reservations.
  • Daily and weekly reservations: For cancellations received less than the required notice period prior to arrival, your deposit will be forfeited up to one night rack rate.
  • Extended stays: For long-term reservations (28 days or longer), we allow full refunds for cancellations up to 60 days prior to your arrival date. For cancellations received less than the required notice period prior to arrival, the deposit amount will be held on account for a future stay.


Helpful Information:

  • Free WiFi around the clubhouse. Park-wide WiFi is available from Jabba Communications for a fee.

Sours: https://thousandtrails.com/california/turtle-beach-rv-resort/
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Modesto to Sonora (California) drive in an RV

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RV Parks in Modesto

Enjoy California's San Joaquin Valley in your RV.

Enjoy California's San Joaquin Valley in your RV.(Photo: Travel image by CSlade from Fotolia.com )

Modesto rests in California’s San Joaquin Valley, about 80 miles south of Sacramento and a little more than miles west of Yosemite National Park. A heavily agricultural area, Modesto’s country atmosphere offers many choices for RV campers. Fishing, boating, archery and water sports are only a few of the amenities available, depending on where you choose to stay. Long- and short-term options exist, making Modesto a potential destination for a variety of campers.

Length of Stay

If you’re planning to camp in Modesto for a month or more, look at the several long-term parks that line the banks of the Tuolumne River on the southeast side of town. Most of these also accept mobile homes. Units sit quite close to each other. You won’t find campground-type amenities at these parks. Some of the long-term parks accept short-term tenants, including over-nighters, although you may find vacancies scarce.

Proximity to Town

Parks outside the city limits provide a more rural atmosphere while keeping you conveniently located. For example, Shiloh River Resort, a small park on the Tuolumne River west of town, accepts stays of any length, provided there is a vacancy. Call ahead before heading to the park.

State Facilities

More traditional RV campgrounds surround Modesto in state and county parks. The mild weather of the area allows most campgrounds to stay open year-round. Caswell Memorial State Park, located about 15 miles northwest of Modesto, provides access to the Stanislaus River, and spaces for campers up to 24 feet long, or 21 feet for trailers. With acres of nature, Caswell offers hiking, fishing, boating, picnicking and other activities. Several endangered animal species live within the park, including the riparian brush rabbit. Call for reservations.

County Facilities

If you’re heading toward Yosemite during your stay, look east to two Stanislaus County parks. Woodward Reservoir Regional Park lies northeast of Modesto near Oakdale. You’ll find yourself 20 miles from Modesto, but closer to Yosemite. Plan to arrive early to camp on one of Woodward’s 40 first-come-first-serve full-hookup sites. Amenities include a radio control airplane landing field, in addition to available water sports.

Head due east of town for about 20 miles, and you’ll find Modesto Reservoir Regional Park. More than full-hookup sites give you good odds of getting one. Like Woodward, Modesto operates on a first-come-first-serve basis. Archery enthusiasts will enjoy the range at Modesto. Don’t bring pets to Modesto Reservoir-they won’t be allowed into the park. Strict rules govern activities on the water, since the reservoir provides Modesto’s drinking water.

Franchise Campgrounds

Should you prefer a franchise campground, you’ll find a couple outside of Modesto. The Stockton Delta KOA at Lodi, about 50 miles northeast of Modesto, offers boat slips as full hookup spaces. The Yosemite West/Mariposa KOA puts you closer to Yosemite, but about 80 miles east of Modesto.


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Nestled between San Francisco and Yosemite National Park, lies the perfect place for your next adventure. Seeking a quick escape from city life? Need a jumping off point for a week-long Yosemite escapade? Camping near Modesto provides plenty of choices. One of the most popular spots in the area is the Modesto Reservoir Regional Park. With over 2, acres of recreation and camping land, there’s lots to do. Water enthusiasts will enjoy swimming, boating, fishing, and waterskiing. Land lovers will find plentiful picnic tables and an archery range. Both tent camping and RV camping is welcome, with full hookups available. Bonus amenity: hot showers! Another fun location in Stanislaus County is Woodward Reservoir Regional Park. Remember your fishing poles, as this lake is filled with rainbow trout, bass, and catfish. Boating and jet skiing are also popular activities around here. If you desire a more peaceful spot to camp, check out Two Rivers RV Park. This campground has access to both the Stanislaus and San Joaquin rivers. Enjoy canoeing, kayaking, and other river sports. It’s also pet-friendly, so feel free to bring a furry friend. Whether you’re seeking a summertime hot spot or a serene Yosemite scene, you’ll find plenty of camping destinations in the Modesto area.

Sours: https://www.hipcamp.com/en-US/discover/california/modesto
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