The Aurora RV Park

2985 Lakeshore Blvd., Nice, CA 95464

707 274-5531


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GPS: 39.1214,-122.8561

The Aurora RV Park is located at 2985 Lakeshore Blvd., Nice, California 95464 with a total of 63 campsites. Before your trip to The Aurora RV Park, check out website at or contact them through 707 274-5531 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

39.1214, -122.8561

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 39.1214, -122.8561


Hookups 50 Amp 30 Amp 20 Amp water sewer Full Hookups
Connectivity cable tv wifi
Recreation boat ramp fishing marina rec hall water access
Site Amenities big rig picnic table pull thru
Facilities dog run laundry restrooms
Discount Clubs Good Sam
Pets dog run pets

Overview of The Aurora RV Park

Last Price Paid: $63

Reported by Peter on 05.04.2021

Longest RV Reported: 32 feet (Travel Trailer)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Number of Sites:


Pad Type:



1,312 ft / 399 m

Max Stay:


Max Length:

75 ft

Tent Camping:


Reviews of The Aurora RV Park

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  • Wonderful views

    Reviewed 4/5/2021

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    Nightly rate: $63

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 5

    Friendly staff. Kayaks available for use. Our site overlooked the lake and the view with shady picnic tables. Quiet private and restful.

  • Something odd is going on here....

    Reviewed 26/3/2017

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    Nightly rate: $42

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 7

    We were traveling back to the NW from Southern CA and Clear Lake area fit well with our schedule. I found this place out on the Good Sam search and it got some recent good reviews saying the couple that bought the resort were actively working to renovate the whole place.We chose a site that backs up to the lake with a gorgeous view. The weirdness starts here. There was only one other site occupied. Well, OK it's mid week and late March, so I wrote that off. As I looked around, more and more stuff did not add up. There were a multitude of partially started projects that abruptly ended, like flood debris was raked into many little piles with the rakes leaning against a tree. A very green fish tank was sitting in the communal picnic area by the lake outside with barely visible large, fancy fish inside. Sites were not swept clean and the recycling bins were full. The office was a mess and full of construction materials, but no sign of recent work. I went looking for the garbage bins, but was told the one for the lake side was taken away and was encouraged to throw our bag onto the growing pile by the office. We found a dumpster in the other section of the resort and it was piled several feet above the top. Also, the wifi name provided by the manager did not exist, nor did the password work when using a wifi name of the resort. The cable didn't work either and looked like it hadn't since February surmised by the error message received when trying to connect.The weirdest, most unsettling,, issue for me about this place, was in spite of several "private property" signs, people were using the communal picnic area as a fishing spot. There is a community park with a boat launch just a few feet down the road. I figured they would go home when it got dark, but no.... Most of them left by 11:00 PM, but one guy stayed standing directly in front of our rig with his stuff on our site's picnic table until at least 1:45 - 3:30 (I was checking regularly). I was scared and we were tempted to leave, but too scared to leave our rig. I knew he was not a paying guest, as he drove there. A guest would have walked the short distance. The guy himself didn't really scare me, but the fact that anyone can just drive up and hang out in our site with absolutely no security scared me. I will do a much better job at checking security before I spend the night at any future RV parks.

Cell Phone Coverage

At&t 4G

Confirmed by 2 Users Last Reported 03/26/2017

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