Thursday, April 30, 2009
Yreka RV Park
The Yreka RV Park is located at the Yreka Travel Plaza at the northernmost exit (exit # 776) along Interstate 5 in Yreka.
Yreka RV Park
767 Montague Road
Yreka, CA 96097
How to get here: Travel Interstate 5 heading north to the third and last exit (#776) see the sign for the Yreka Travel Plaza from the Interstate and take the exit going east on Montague Road. Turn right at first stop light, park will be straight ahead less than 1/4 mile.
Amenities: The Yreka RV Park is the newest commercial park in the area. The office is open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. They boast 102 spaces and can accommodate any size rig, all or most being pull-throughs. The RV park offers Wi-fi, cable TV hookups, restrooms (ADA accommodations) and laundry facilities as well as a group meeting room. Pets are welcome. Even though the park is sparse of trees and greenery, it is very clean and provides a broad view of the neighboring mountains and town.
Contact the park for current rates and availability. They have a small website located at this address: Yreka RV Park
What to do: Yreka RV Park is located nearby to many services, all within a short drive. Within about a mile plus one can find major grocery stores, gas stations, a hospital, and full service RV repair. The excellent Siskiyou County Museum is within a short distance as well as the local library, parks, movie theater, art galleries, antique shops, restaurants, etc., and the Klamath National Forest Headquarters. Yreka is home to a National Historic District and it can be found at the central exit off of I-5. There is a nice walking tour of both the commercial district as well as Third Street, a residential district. A walk around town should include a visit to the Siskiyou County Courthouse and see the largest gold display south of the Yukon. During the summer months a ride on the Blue Goose Train through the Shasta Valley is a great way to spend an afternoon. The Yreka Chamber of Commerce has a welcome center at the corner of Broadway and Miner Streets, (take the central Yreka exit off Interstate 5) be sure and stop in and pick up maps, brochures and other items of interest. A visit to the Yreka History Blog will give one a taste of the history of this gold rush town.