Durango Rv Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDurango Rv Resort Red Bluff
Well appointed, clean facilities including a beautiful pool and spa. Great play court for kids with basketball and paddle tennis. Lovely lodge with fireplace, table tennis, exercise equipment. Exceptionally friendly and helpful staff. Conveniently located by shops, highway and tourist/recreational sights. Come for a night or several - price is reasonable.
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Finally left Oregon and entered Northern California. Drove along the coast thru the Redwoods National Park. Entered a trailhead off the side of the road and admired the massive trees for about an hour. The boys also enjoyed climbing some standing and fallen trees. What amazed me about this area was the intense mist coming from the Pacific Ocean …
In Red Bluff at Durango RV Resort we had a very nice site facing the river and some huge oaks, which framed our view of the Sacramento river. I had wishfully imagined a little beach and maybe a spot to swim in the river- but no good access as the bank was shrubby and the river swift and quite deep here. I feel we must reserve judgement a bit on …
The trip to Selma, Oregon can be done in about eight or nine hours if you are into hard traveling. My back tells me four hours is about right. There is nothing special about Redding except that it is about half way, there is a La Quinta Inn across the street from a small Chinese restaurant and I am accumulating La Quinta Return points. After about two hours with Chinese character ...
- Traveled about 2 hours and 30 minutes my brother found out that he needed to go to the bathroom break
- While my brother was gone to the restroom I had brought some more water, top noodles, and Cheetos for $10.25.
- Also, spent $29.93 for gas.
... every hue of green from the pale silver of the beard mosses to the olive patches of lichen to the deep leathery green of the vines, covered the forest floor and twined throughout this jungle. A couple of times I saw rainbows in the mist as the sun tried to break through the fog. It was very dreamy, very surreal, and then we had to move on.
A dunes wayside was our stopping point for a picnic lunch. It was too chilly for me to venture ...