Vehicles/RVs – Camping & Overnight Parking

Please Note: All resource information has been confirmed by Butte-Glenn 2-1-1 Staff. However, resource information is subject to change based on the availability, capacity, and discretion of the resource provider. Please consider checking in with providers ahead of time to ensure availability of services

Ordinances and Regulations

Town of Paradise- Ordinance 593 – Temporary Housing in the Camp Fire Area- After the fire, the Town of Paradise passed an urgency ordinance which allowed displaced residents to temporarily live on their property in an RV (link to the ordinance provided below). This urgency ordinance expires on December 31, 2020. On January 1, 2021, residents must have an active building permit to live on their property in an RV. See online here:

Butte County – Information on Allowable Temporary Dwelling Units- Information about the types of temporary dwelling units allowed, and where they are permitted to be located within the unincorporated properties in Butte County. This information is summarized at: For more information about temporary housing requirements as a result of the Camp Fire, please call Butte County Development Services at 530-552-3701 (available Monday -Friday from 8 am-5 pm). Permitting information can be obtained from Butte County Development Services. Contact Butte County Development Services for permitting information.


Magalia Community Church- Benevolent Fund Assistance- Propane- ** COVID-19 Update Magalia Community Church remains open for Camp Fire survivors to receive food. Survivors may receive food Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday from 11am to 3pm. Due to COVID-19, distribution will be offered through a drive thru. Please note: at this time clothing, household and furniture distribution will not be available. Distribution days will only provide food.** Offering propane for Camp Fire Survivors. Households can receive up to 1 RV size propane tank of propane every 6 months. Program is for Camp Fire Survivors, must provide photo ID and proof of Burn Scar address in either Paradise, Magalia or Concow/Yankee Hill. One Benevolent Fund Assistance propane voucher per household every 6 months. To access propane, survivors must go to the church office at 13700 Old Skyway, Magalia, CA 95954 during normal business hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, or Saturday from 11am-3pm and fill out the required Benevolent Fund paperwork. MCC can be reached by phone during their normal business hours at 530-877-7963

BadRap – Keep ‘Em Home Program/Reduced Bus Cost Program-Offering a limited number of converted buses to Camp Fire survivors with dogs in their family that are unable to find housing that will accommodate their pets. Buses are converted for living, and are valued at $15 K, but are being offered at whatever price the survivor is able to pay. Matches will be made based on need, not the best offer. BadRap will consider sweat equity and work-exchange arrangements with those who have skills and time to do conversion work on one or more vans. To apply for a van, fill out the application online at :

RV4 Camp Fire Family- A Colorado-based nonprofit organization that connects donations of motorhomes, RVs, and trailers with families impacted by the Camp Fire in need of shelter. Families in need can complete an online form which details the particulars of their situation, and as motorhomes become available the group will link homes with appropriate families in need. Additional eligibility criteria, and necessary documentation can be found online at: Donated motorhomes/RVs/trailers must be in good working condition. It is requested that donors have a mechanic complete inspection and maintenance of their vehicle to ensure that it will be a home, not a burden to its new family.  Motorhomes/RVs/trailers must also fit the following criteria:

  1. Holding tank must be emptied.
  2. Propane tanks must be full
  3. Roof and window leaks must be repaired (not with a tarp).
  4. Tires replaced within the last 5 years and in good condition
  5. RV must have a new or working battery.

The group also keeps track of RV parks in the area, although parks listed on the group’s page are not guaranteed to have space available.  Family Intake Form:

Adopt a Family Trailer InfoOffers information sharing about trailer living, including maintenance advice, where to park, and other tips. This group often also posts about space availability at various parks in California, as well as discussion of the communities at parks. A potential tool for those new to trailer living to learn from those with experience and build community. Link to group:

Lodging Availability

Please note that the availability of RV/Trailer space at sites listed below changes frequently. Availability is not guaranteed, if you are in need of an RV or trailer space, please follow up with sites individually by phone and email (if available) to confirm space availability for your specific situation. 

HipCamp- Offering a web service to connect those with camping space with those in need of shelter space. Online here:

Shasta-Cascade Wonderland Association – UpState CA– Offering a web-based travel site with RV Park information for RV and trailer parks in Northern California. By selecting the ‘Stay’ tab online, and selecting ‘RV and Campgrounds’ on the dropdown for available types of lodging, information is available on the different RV parks within the North State, including space availability, utilities available, and booking information. Website:

RV/Motorhome Park Information:

Rancheria RV Park15565 Black Angus Lane Hat Creek, CA 96040530-335-7418  
Little Bear RV Park102 Little Bear Road, Blairsden – Graeagle, CA 96103530-836-2774  
Sacramento River RV Park6596 Riverland Drive, Redding, CA 960026530-365-6402 Those interested in weekly spaces will be given full hookups but no wifi.
Inn Town Campground9 Kidder Ct, Nevada City, CA 95959530-265-9900 Inn Town Campground does not offer long term stay. Maximum stay for RVs is 14 days.
North Shore Campground541 Catfish Beach Road, Chester, CA 96020530-258-2838 Closed for the season and will reopen May 1st, 2020. Phone reservations begin January 2nd, 2020. Online Reservations will begin on March 1st, 2020. 
The Outpost Restaurant and Bar7589 Humboldt Road, Butte Meadows, CA 95942530-873-3050  
Quail Ridge RV Park12468 La Porte Road, Clipper Mills, CA 95930Park Office: 530-675-9313 Pamela:  775-247-8668 Offering permanent, month-to-month, weekly and daily rentals.
Yosemite Pines RV Park20450 Old Highway 120, Groveland, CA 95321209-962-7690  
Golden River One RV Park751 Oro Dam Blvd W, Oroville, CA 95965530-533-8679  
River Reflections RV Resort and CampgroundRiver Reflections RV Resort & Campground 4360 Pacific Heights Road Oroville, CA 95965530-533-1995  
RIffles RV Campground 4488 Pacific Heights Rd, Oroville.CA 95965530-570-8221  
Almond Tree RV Park3124 Esplanade, Chico, CA 95973530-899-1271 Maximum stay is two weeks
Susanville Village RV Park3075 Johnstonville Road Susanville, CA 96130877-686-7878  
Pioneer RV Park1326 Pioneer Road, Quincy, CA 95971530-283-0769  
MT. Lassen / Shingletown KOA7749 KOA Road Shingletown, CA 96088Reserve: 530-474-3133 Info: 530-474-3133 for the season. Will reopen April 1 – November 30
North Sacramento Mobile Home Park902 Del Paso Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95815916-922-4429 Only for individuals 55 years of age and older
Yreka RV Park767 Montague Road, Yreka, CA 96097530-841-0100 Daily/weekly applicants must fill out a reservation inquiry on the Yreka RV Park website. Monthly applicants must fill out a separate application on the website 
River’s Edge RV Park25 Gilmore Road, Red Bluff, California, CA 96080 530-385-0134 2006 or Newer RV preferred. Older RV may be accepted with approved photos proving good condition. 
Campers Inn RV Park2501 County Road 88, Dunnigan, CA 95937530-724-3350 RV’s must be in good/working condition.   Campers Inn RV Park isn’t a family park. Most residents are seniors and trade workers. This may not be an appropriate referral for those with children. 
Driftwood RV Park24630 Tehama Vina Road, Los Molinos, CA 96055530-200-0225 Location does not offer long term stay.

Campers / RV or Truck Dumping

River Reflections RV, Park and Campground- RV’s, trucks or Campers can dump for $10.00. Pay at the Office, the office personnel will indicate the dump site. Located right off on Pacific Heights Road off Highway 70. Location: 4360 Pacific Heights Road, Oroville  Phone: 530-533-1995

Loafer Creek- RV’s, Trucks or Campers can dump for $8.00 It is on the SE side of Lake Oroville. – PAY at the entrance station. Instructions to locate: Go North on Hwy 162 then turn left on Loafer Creek Rd, then go about a ½ mile, the dump is on the right side off Loafer Creek Rd. Location: Loafer Creek Rd, off Hwy 162, Oroville Phone: 530-538-2217