Heritage RV Park in California State
For those campers traveling on the Interstate 5 and passing by the City of Corning in California, then be sure to plan a stay at Heritage RV Park. This is very clean and quiet park conveniently located to the highway and the areas favorite attractions.
Heritage RV Park is A Quiet Full Facility Campground
Situated between the Cities of Redding California to the North and Sacramento to the South, Corning is a perfect overnight stop for those traveling in either direction on Interstate 5.
Beautiful Mt Shasta on route
We have always enjoyed an overnight stop at this park when traveling to and from our chosen destination in the south. Here you can expect a clean, well run and surprisingly affordable full facility recreational vehicle park conveniently located just moments away from the freeway, yet amazingly quiet as well!
After spending the day driving on the busy Interstate highway and dry camping the night before at Seven Feathers Casino in Oregon State, it’s always nice to treat ourselves to a full facility park in between those days at various locations selected where we choose to dry camp for the evening only.
Heritage RV Park Amenities
70′ Pull-Thru Sites
30 & 50 AMP Service
Shade Trees & Picnic Tables
Free Local TV (Direct TV Available)
Walking Distance to Restaurants & Stores including the famous Olive Pit
Pool with Large Patio Area
Clean Restrooms & Hot Showers
Onsite Propane Sales
And much more!
This park has always met our expectations for friendly service, clean washrooms , immaculate grounds and a park that leaves you feeling safe and secure at the same time.
Spacious Sites at Heritage RV Park
Free Wifi Internet at Your Site
Besides enjoying free cable TV hook ups at your RV site, you also get free Wi-Fi internet service throughout the park as well. A great added feature and at no extra cost to you unlike many other parks these days that do charge extra for the convenience.
In season, you can also relax in the outdoor pool or just soak up the sun and lounge at poolside.
For those of you who love the taste of Olives, then you are definitely in luck. This is Olive Country in the State of California and there are some of the best olives and outlets for you to sample and purchase olives.
One of the oldest and nicest Olive stores is located just across the street from Heritage Park. It’s called the Olive Pit and is definitely worth the visit when stopping or just passing thru Corning. A family owned and operated establishment that has been around for almost 50 years and it shows.
A Well Established Approved Campground
This recreational vehicle park has met and exceeded all the official motor club and Recreational Vehicle Park directory and clubs expectations.
It is AAA approved and a Good Sam park affiliate for those members seeking the member discounts. As well, they have met all the requirements in order to be approved and listed in the major campground directories circulating.
So no need to take it from me, Heritage has lived up to its expectations over the years!
Entrance to Heritage Park
For those of you that would like a closer look at this park, its amenities and rates, I have listed their official website below for you to check out.
A Big Thanks to Heritage RV Park for hosting our stay on our recent visit to Corning. All content and opinions are that of the author and reflect my personal experience only.
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