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Naco Ponderosa
7291 State Highway 49  Lotus, California
530-6425830
0 CampedThere Reviews

Needles KOA
5400 National Old Trails Road  Needles, California
800-5623407
5 CampedThere Reviews

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 campground, where the clubhouse-complete with stone fireplace-is a popular gathering spot for potlucks, Monday night football on the wide-screen TV and holiday parties. The campground store offers award-winning salsa and red-chile marmalade.

Please note: The rates listed below do not include bed tax

New Brighton State Beach
1500 Park Ave  Capitola, California
831-4646330
0 CampedThere Reviews

New Hope Landing & Trailer Prk
13945 W Walnut Grove Rd  Thornton, California
209-7942627
0 CampedThere Reviews

New Horizons Mobile Rv Park
3147 W Olive Ave # 23  Fresno, California
559-2750154
0 CampedThere Reviews

Newberry Mt Rv Park & Motel
47800 National Trails Hwy  Newberry Springs, California
760-2570066
0 CampedThere Reviews

Nifty Rv & Mobile Home Park
1401 Thomason Ln # 1  Alturas, California
530-2335322
0 CampedThere Reviews

North Shore Campground
541 Catfish Beach Rd  Chester, California
530-2583376
0 CampedThere Reviews

North Star Trailer Park
3200 Santa Rosa Ave  Santa Rosa, California
707-5450982
0 CampedThere Reviews

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