Welcome to the Park!
Hello, and welcome to the Feather River Rv and Mobile Home Park.  We'd like to take just a moment to tell you about who we are.
We purchased the Feather River Park in the summer of 2018.  The new ownership consists of Joe and Tammy Colacurcio.  We want to continue to provide our guests and residents with a safe, clean community where children are free to play, parents can relax and everyone can have fun!  We have spent these first couple months getting familiar with all the families that frequent our park, as well as upgrading some of the amenities, spaces, and features in the park.  It is our hope that we will continue to offer a pleasant experience for the whole family, that will have our customers coming back for generations into the future.  

The Family Tree

Joe and Tammy provide a diverse background when it comes to trades, skills, and experience specific to resort ownership and management.
We want you to know whether you're a long time resident of the park, or a new-comer, we are here to provide you with a relaxing, family oriented, fun, safe location.  We hope to provide you with a positive experience that will have you bringing your friends and family back for generations to come!  We are here for you!  
If you have any questions or concerns, or suggestions on things we can do to improve your experience, please don't hesitate to let us know.  We look forward to meeting you soon!

About the Park

The Feather River RV and Mobile Home Park is nestled in the Sierra mountain range, within the Plumas National Forest.  Conveniently located just 4 minutes from Portola and Graeagle, and less than an hour from Reno and Truckee, we are able to provide not just a wonderful relaxing vacation location, but also a residential community that is close enough to bigger cities for those who wish to commute for work, or events or the active night life, but far enough away to where you feel like you're able to get away from the hussle and bussle of city life.  

The park currently features 31 mobile home sites, 2 cabins, and 66 camp sites for RVs. Camp sites cater to the dry and full hook up guests.  With showers and bathrooms nearby, everyone is able to end their day with a nice hot shower if they so desire.

We ARE pet friendly with a dog run area!  Vacationers are welcome to bring their four-legged family members along, but we do require that all dogs be kept on a leash at all times. 

About the Area

If you're looking for something to do while you're here, Plumas County is home to hundreds of outdoor activities and community events.  With literally hundreds of lakes within an hour drive time (many within minutes of the park), rivers, 12 golf courses, horse back riding, atv and snowmobile tours  museums and so much more Plumas County is one of the leading outdoor recreation providers in the country!   There's always something going on in the communities surrounding the park whether its a holiday event, sporting events like our long board ski races, or events near and dear to our area.
There is never a shortage of things to do.  You have the ability to do as much or as little as you want!  If you'd like more information on activities and events within the area check out the Plumas Chamber of Commerce or by checking out the event's calendar at Plumasevents.com.