You can find our serene little lake on Highway 20 about halfway between two other popular (but noisy) Northern California vacation spots: Lake Mendocino and Clear Lake.
That wasn't enough detail? OK, you can find us on California Hwy. 20, conveniently located about halfway between the towns of Ukiah (on U.S. Hwy. 101 near Lake Mendocino, in Mendocino County), and Lakeport (California Hwy. 29 (by Clear Lake, in Lake County). They're each about 20 or 30 minutes away from us. If you continue east on Highway 20 for about 90 minutes, you'll hit U.S. Interstate 5.
Just in case you get tired of swimming, fishing, hiking, picnicking, and a lot of good old fashioned relaxing right here at the park, there are a plethora of other exiting and fun things to do in the area.
Ready to go shopping? Going to the movies? Maybe dinner and dancing? Or just some supplies and a quick bite? Check out some of these nearby towns, like Upper Lake, Ukiah, or Lakeport. Want to taste a world class wine and see the vines it came from? Head out to Sonoma, Mendocino, and Napa counties' Wine Country.
Blue Lakes Village RV Park is a quiet, wooded, cozy retreat nestled into the hills of Northern California. Come to fish, swim or just to get away and relax! Come to visit, or come to stay!
The management at Blue Lakes Village RV Park take pride in fostering a community spirit within Blue Lakes Village. For the most part, everyone knows their neighbors and often get together just to shoot the breeze.
Some of our guests are retired or semi-retired and have made this their permanent home. Others who live year-round in the serenity of Blue Lakes Village are up early and off to work in the neighboring communities. We do our best to keep the place clean and to limit excessive noise within the park.