Plenty of Winter Camping in Sierra Nevada

Many of the campgrounds close down for the season when the snow falls in the Sierra Nevada area of California. However, there are still several parks that remain open much to the delight of snow shoers, cross-country skiers, downhill skiers, snowmobile enthusiasts, and snowboarders.

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One of these is the Cisco Grove Campground and RV Parks, which is located on Soda Springs, Calif. This site also welcomes RVers during the winter and has a snow tubing hill and play area. Cisco Grove also rents out snowmobiles for campers to use on the 26-mile long snowmobile trail. There are seven sites available for RVs. Three of them have electricity and water while four of them come with power, water, and sewer connections. Also, if you need more campsites they can simply be plowed out and made available and there are six motel rooms on hand.

Eagle Ridge RV Park, which sits in Graeagle, Calif is in the northern Sierra and offers cable TV, electricity, sewer and snow-removal services. It’s ideal for winter snow sports as the area receives a lot of snow each winter. Pioneer RV Park, located in Quincy, Calif is another winter Camping campground as are Coachland RV Park in Truckee, Calif, Tahoe Valley Campground in South Lake Tahoe, Calif, and Mammoth Mountain RV Park.