Crocker Springs RV Park
2305 Grizzly Rd.
Portola, CA 96122
Text the word: CROCKERRV To: 72727
- Full hook-ups
- Year round
- Mountain setting
- Large spaces
- Great tasting water
- Communal fire pit
- Disc Golf
- 2 miles from Lake Davis
- Troll & fly fishing for Rainbow Trout
Fundraisers We Support
- Lost Sierra Chamber
Hours of OperationCall us for information
Crocker Springs RV Park is a quaint 20 space park nestled in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
Each space is uniquely designed for optimum privacy and views. We have abundant wildlife, including bear, deer, and birds of prey. Located just 2 miles from Lake Davis a premiere fishing area, and 6 miles to the town of Portola, Ca.
An outdoor enthusiast’s paradise. The Grizzly Ranch Golf Course opened its greens to the public in 2014 and is located just 1 mile from us. So if you're not interested in bringing your hiking boots then be sure and bring your golf shoes. There is something for everyone!! Enjoy!
Each site is 30' x 60'
Each space has NEW 50 amp, 30 amp, and 110 hook ups.
Open Year Round
Crocker Springs RV Park Location: 6 miles NE of Portola, CA. 50 miles NW of Reno and 55 miles North of Truckee. 3.5 miles up Grizzly Rd. From State Hi. 70. 2.5 miles from Lake Davis. 1.5 miles from Grizzly Ranch Golf Course.
We are excited to welcome you all year round. The park has Full hook-ups. Large accommodating spaces offering daily, weekly, monthly, and seasonal rates.
Only 20 spacious spots hidden away in the beautiful Sierra Mountains on 5 wooded acres. Secluded mountain setting with 3 terraced levels. Great tasting mountain water. Mountain and forest views. Amazing views of both Beckwourth Peak to the South and Smith Peak to the West.
Rates and reservations: Please call for details.
Crocker Springs and the Lake Davis Recreational area offer a variety of outdoor activities for all.
Lake Davis Recreation Area is a world class trout fishery, featuring a large strain of Eagle Lake rainbow trout with trolling and fly fishing. Lake Davis also has an abundant wildlife and bird watching including migrating geese, predatory Osprey, and Bald Eagle's.
Our area is a coveted deer hunting zone with a lottery choosing the licenses each year. Other recreation includes hiking, biking, and off-roading on the millions of acres of National Forest. Grizzly Creek has public access that has swimming and fishing holes.