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Our parking lot has been repaved!!

Redding Elks Lodge currently has 20 RV Sites, all with with 20, 30 and 50 Amp hookups, water, a dump station, and basic cable included at all sites. Local NPR on 89.7 and 90.9, and now we have included Wi-Fi. We have a secure network so if you would like to "logon" please use our telephone number including the area code (530)243-5900 for your password. You can go to the bar to register your "home-away-from-home" during the day or use the "night drop" located at the end of the building after hours.

Current rate: (subject to change)

$25.00 a night for visiting members and $15 per night for Lodge 1073 associate members, dump included in camping fee. We have no dry camping at this time.

Check the bulletin or online calendar, we have dinners many nights, lunch Monday through Friday and breakfast on Sundays.

You can also use our BIG BBQ pit and cook your own meal.

This is a great stop for an overnight or two when traveling the I-5 corridor. Private; you must be an Elk to stay here, so the public in general will not bother you.

Weather During Summer: Hot. High close to 90 degrees, but cools quickly as the sun sets. Low around 55 degrees.

There are a couple of picnic tables here and there.

Elevation/Landscape/Terrain: Flat, level parking with large trees in the lot and around the perimeter. Elevation is 550 feet. The lodge is next door to a senior center; views are of lots of cars in the lot (at times), other rigs, the lodge and the senior center.

Lighting/Noise: The lodge is far from any busy streets so it is quiet at night. Occasional trains run fairly nearby. Bright night lights are on 3 foot tall pedestals behind the sites, no tripping in the dark.

Sites: About half of the sites face west; the other half face north. No reservations, so take your choice from what is available when you arrive.

Hiking/Walking: Excellent walking is available if you stay here. The lodge is on the banks of the Sacramento River, with a wonderful walking/biking trail that goes miles in either direction. Walk east along the river about 1 mile through parks and greenspace to the famous Sundial Bridge at Turtle Bay, with it‘s lovely arboretum. Great!

Extra comments: This lodge is well away from I-5, in a convenient and appealing residential location. The river and walkway is a high point for most visitors but the lodge itself is also very pleasant, with a huge lawn sloping from the lodge down to the river. Our large swimming pool is inviting. There are also  sightseeing daytrips available from the lodge to Lassen Volcanic National Park.

RVers, this is truly a convenient stop with plenty to do in the area.

 
 

 

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