Kampgrounds of America Inc.

2015 KOA Directory

Issue link: http://koa.uberflip.com/i/456250

Contents of this Issue


Page 34 of 265

31 Visit koa.com 18 Needles See that lush oasis in the desert? It's no mirage, it's the Needles KOA. At the edge of the Mojave Desert, hand-laid rock walls grace this surprising spot bursting with vibrant bougainvillea, eucalyptus, mesquite and palm trees. Historic Needles is close to the casinos of Laughlin, Nevada, and the scenic ghost town of Oatman, Arizona. There's plenty of life at this KOA, where the clubhouse (with a stone fi replace) is a popular gathering spot for potlucks, Monday Night Football on the wide-screen TV and holiday parties. Free Wi-Fi is available in the clubhouse! The campground store of ers award-winning salsa and red-chile marmalade. Stop by the gift shop for Route 66 items. Pool: Open all year. Max pull thru: 80 ft. Your hosts: Bill & Carla Sandberg. I-40 W'bnd: Exit W Broadway/River Rd, turn left, go about 1/2 mi, fork on to Route 66. KOA is about 3/4 mi on right. I-40 E'bnd: Exit River Rd Cutof , then fi rst right over interstate, KOA on left. From 95S from Blythe: Take W'bnd I-40 to W Broadway/River Rd. From 95 Las Vegas: Take E'bnd I-40 to River Rd Cutof . GPS: If using GPS, please call. N34.869019, W114.643411 OPEN ALL YEAR koa.com/camp/needles RESERVATIONS 800-562-3407 • INFO 760-326-4207 5400 National Old Trails Road, Needles, CA 92363 40 Downtown Needles West Broadway Exit Grand Canyon Casinos (Needles Hwy.) River Road Nat l Old Trails Rd. 1 mi. Los Angeles River Road Cutoff ® 1 /2 mi. C o l o r a d o R i v e r 17 Mt. Lassen/Shingletown Nestled among cedars and pines at 3,900 feet, this KOA refl ects the magnifi cent geography of the area. Nearby Lassen Volcanic National Park holds many wonderful opportunities for hiking, fi shing, sightsee- ing and exploring. McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park and Lake Shasta also provide unique experiences. This campground of ers spacious RV sites, featuring full-hookup pull thru sites and back-in sites for larger RVs. Deluxe Cabins have air-conditioning/heat as well as a full bath and kitchen. Camping Cabins of er air- conditioning/heat. Rental linens are available for all Cabins upon request. Tent sites are available with or without electric/water. Fire pits are provided at each campsite, and fi rewood is available for purchase. Enjoy the heated pool. Guests often com- ment on the peaceful and quiet atmosphere at this smaller KOA. Pool: Memorial Wknd–Labor Day Wknd. Max pull thru: 65 ft. Your hosts: Chuck & Rosie Butzine. Take Hwy 44, Lassen Park Exit off I-5: Go east 34 miles to KOA Road. 14 miles west of Lassen Park entrance. April 15 — October 31 koa.com/camp/mt-lassen RESERVATIONS 800-562-3403 • INFO 530-474-3133 7749 KOA Road, Shingletown, CA 96088 16 Mount Shasta City This scenic alpine campground and RV park rests at 3,500 feet near the base of Mount Shasta. The cool summers of the Siskiyou Mountains are ideal for hiking, fi sh- ing and backpacking. In the winter, enjoy skiing, snowboarding and snowmobiling at Mount Shasta Ski Park. This KOA is open year-round and of ers tent and full-hookup RV sites, Cabins and self-contained Deluxe Cabins. Wi-Fi and cable TV are available at select sites. Enjoy the pool, bike rentals, basketball, shuf eboard, horseshoes and the arcade. Train buf s and children love being on the train route (engine, whistle and wheel sounds), but light sleepers can request complimentary earplugs. Pool: Memorial Wknd–Labor Day Wknd. Max pull thru: 75 ft. Your hosts: Nichole & Bill. N'bnd I-5: Take Central Mt. Shasta Exit 738, turn R at stop sign onto W Lake St. Go approx 0.3 mi to 2nd stoplight, turn L onto N Mt. Shasta Blvd. Go approx 1/2 mi to Hinckley, turn R. KOA on immediate L. S'bnd I-5: Take 1st Mt. Shasta Exit 740, follow ramp onto N Mt. Shasta Blvd. Go approx 1 mi until see KOA sign, 900 N Mt. Shasta Blvd. Turn L onto Hinckley. KOA on immediate L. GPS: N41.322264, W122.317500 OPEN ALL YEAR koa.com/camp/mount-shasta RESERVATIONS 800-562-3617 • INFO 530-926-4029 900 North Mt. Shasta Boulevard, Mount Shasta City, CA 96067 California 89 5 ® Downtown Lake St. S. Mt. Shasta Blvd. N. Mt. Shasta Blvd. Weed, Portland & Hwy. 97 McCloud, Reno & Lassen Park Redding, Sacramento & San Francisco Central (2nd) Mt. Shasta Exit Do not use County Road A6. 44 44 89 89 299 5 ® Reno Burney Falls State Park Burney SHINGLETOWN Lassen Nat'l Park Redding 34 mi. 30 mi. 14 mi.

Articles in this issue

Links on this page

view archives of Kampgrounds of America Inc. - 2015 KOA Directory