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Loafer Creek Glamping

Lake Oroville, CA

 Designed with your convenience in mind, our Glamping  sites provide you with suitable features and amenities for a comfortable and enjoyable outdoor stay. The perfect getaway for families, friends, and couples. Through our glamping rentals you can select a deluxe tent with all the necessities for a fun filled memorable stay.

 

  

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Loafer Creek Campground is located in Lake Oroville State Recreation Area. At your campsite you will find:

  • A 16ft deluxe tent

  • Real furniture

  • Cozy bedding

  • All the amenities you need for a relaxing and fun filled stay.

Close by the site are public restrooms with running water, drinking water, and showers. Hiking trails are found all around. Hike on one of the many trails or take a dip in the lake. Have a boat (or plan to rent one?) fishing, water skiing, and tubing are favorites at this lake!

Book Now

  We have 4 different sites to chose from. 

All reservations require a 2 night minimum.

Follow the links for availability and to book now through Airbnb 


$125 per night Sun-Thur and $150 per night Fri & Sat

$25 cleaning fee per reservation 

1 queen bed plus a small futon (sleeps 2-3)

2 full beds (sleeps 4)

2 full beds (sleeps 4) 

 

$250 per night Sun-Thur and $300 per night Fri & Sat

$50 cleaning fee per reservation 

2 tents each with 2 full beds (sleeps 8) 

 

*Prices will vary during holiday weeks/weekends*

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  • What is included at the campsite?
    Glamping Packages include bed(s) and bedding, except for pillows, nightstands, shelf unit, extra seating, storage locker for personal items, books and games, lighting, rugs and décor. We provide flashlights, lanterns, extra sunscreen, bug spray, extra lights, fire extinguisher, and a first aid kit. Every site has a picnic table we dress with a tablecloth and cover with a canopy for extra shade. Paper plates, plastic silverware, cups, napkins, and paper towels are also at each site. You will find a small set of basic cookware and cooking utensils for your use during the stay. Each site has a firepit that can be used for cooking or enjoyment (wood not included). We provide camping chairs for your site and do ask those stay at the campground so please bring some extras if you wish to take them to the lake. There is a water spigot with drinkable water near each site. *Exact amenities may vary based on campsite and specific needs of the guests.
  • What are the bathrooms like?
    Bathrooms and showers are a short walk from the campsite and the shower does require quarters to run. Bathrooms are a flush toilet with toilet paper and a sink to wash your hands or brush your teeth. Bathrooms are serviced and maintained by CA State Parks.
  • What should we bring?
    You will need the basics like hygiene products, towels, clothes, sleeping pillow, and food and drinks. You should also bring any cooking equipment or utensils that you must have as the set provided is small and may not have everything you need. You also need wood for the firepit. Depending on the time of year and weather you may want an extra blanket.
  • What is the pet policy?
    We know your furry friends are part of the family too. Dogs are welcome to join but we do ask they stay off furniture in the tents. Please be aware of Folsom Lake State Park rules regarding dogs which includes keeping dogs leashed and restricted access at Granite Bay Beach and parts of Beals Point Beach. If there is excessive hair, dirt, or mess after your stay due to your pet you may be asked to pay an additional cleaning fee of up to $50 (damaged items that cannot be repaired will be charged at full cost).
  • Is there electricity?
    Nope, this is still camping so everything we include is battery or solar powered. We provide a small generator that can be used to charge phones but it will run out of battery if used throughout the stay.
  • What stores or restaurants are nearby?
    There is a snack bar/concession area on Beals Point Beach however hours and operations may be impacted by COVID. There is also a Raleys Grocery Store, Walgreens, and gas stations about 5 minutes driving from the campground. In addition, you can find many restaurants and fast food locations within 10 minutes of the campground if you prefer to eat out. Our favorite is Dominick's Restaurant and Deli.
  • What are fun things to do?
    There are lots of trails (walking and bike) found near the campsites. The lake is only a couple minutes walking distance and offers swimming, floating, and beach play. Many people enjoy renting kayaks, standup paddle boards, boats, or go horseback riding. Rentals typically require advanced reservations and availability may be impacted by season and COVID restrictions. You can find nearby rental companies by following this link. You can fish in lake with a fishing permit although the lake access closest to the campsite can get busy so it's hard to catch anything. There are some better fishing spots about 10 minutes driving from the campsite if interested. Nighttime can be great for stargazing and campfire stories, don't forget the smores!
  • What can I expect?
    Once here, guests have always found it difficult to leave. The 20-acre property offers a myriad of quiet places to relax and recharge. Walking, hiking or strolling is just part of the experience as guests wander through lush lawns with the sound of flowing water wherever one roams. Each tent has an assigned, private restroom/shower in our 5-station shower trailer. Air conditioned, with unlimited hot water, and furnished with towels and hotel-style toiletries.
  • Parking and Guest access
    Enter the main property through a large welcoming gate, then drive right up to your tent for secure parking just behind your individual tent. Walk the property to use the cave, pool, hot tub, outdoor patio, open lawns, pond, and deck. On-site hosts, Melissa and Cliff, may offer happy-hour treats and libations
  • Interactions with Hosts
    Property owners Melissa Schuster and Cliff Jacobson are on-site to share a glass of wine, swap some stories, or provide the deep historical background of this unique property. Got questions? They’re here to help and eager to ensure your experience is one you’ll want to repeat!
  • Neighborhood description
    Located just 6.5 miles from Hwy. 99, this is rural living at its best. Of course, there are remnants of the destructive Camp Fire that raged through the area in 2018, but the disaster is mostly reflected in the new homes being built everywhere you look. Paradise is a known enclave for artists and some of their work can be seen along the roadside as your approach your destination. Livestock including llamas, goats, cattle, and horses, too! The brays of donkeys can be heard signaling dinner time for our four-legged friends. Keen eyes may spot wildlife ranging from hawks, eagles and geese, to deer, foxes, squirrels and much more.
  • Recommended Places and Activities
    This centrally-located property is just 5 minutes from downtown Paradise, 15 minutes from downtown Chico, and 20 minutes from downtown Oroville. You’re just minutes away from activities like community theatre at Theatre on the Ridge, concerts at the Paradise Performing Arts Center, kayaking on Paradise Lake, boating on Lake Oroville, or hiking and biking in the gorgeous Sierra Nevada foothills, plus wineries, breweries, restaurants, shops, nightlife, and more. Your hosts will be happy to share ideas! Paradise: Paradise Thai and Maria’s offer ethnic cuisine. Nic’s offers sandwiches, salads, and flatbreads in a convivial, neighborhood bar setting. Mountain Mike’s delivers pizza. Chico: Offers just about everything at every price point. Ask your hosts for specific recommendations! Groceries: Holiday Market and Grocery Outlet are just up the road on Skyway. For a great resource of all things Butte County, check out https://www.explorebuttecounty.com/ *Be sure to ask about “Burnt Barn Distilling Co.” Scheduled to open in Summer of 2023, this exciting new development is right next door! *
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