Park Sierra is a unique destination for RV travelers. Founded in the late 1980s as a nonprofit cooperative, this Escapees park was entirely designed and built by volunteer full-time RVers. It is easy to see and appreciate the ideas these pioneers incorporated into the park: 254 spacious lots on winding, hilly roads, retaining most of our native oak-pine-manzanita vegetation. Our 12,000-square-foot clubhouse offers a library, laundry, crafts room, games room, and a mezzanine with computers, wifi, TV area and exercise equipment. Coarsegold Creek runs through the park, and the Back Forty offers plenty of open space for walking, bird watching and undisturbed wildflower fields.
A friendly and warmly hospitable RV park. We invite all Escapees members to visit our park. Park Sierra is noted for its sociability, and we like to think of our home as “California’s friendliest and most beautiful RV park.” As our guests, we want you to share in our community activities, including meals and a variety of social events.
Escapees who arrive within normal working hours may check in at the Park Office. First-come, first-served boondock areas outside and inside the front gate provide parking until the next day for those who arrive after hours.
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