This park is a Stockton-area camping site that is welcoming to big rigs. The concrete pads and paved roads are long and wide; the pads are between 1,500 and 2,000 square feet and each has a picnic table. The entire park is attractive from the well-kept landscaping to the large clubhouse and convenience store.
The convenience of this RV park is not limited to its prime location. Although Flag City RV Resort is near Interstate 5, it’s much more than just a nice place to stop for the night. It offers amenities such as a fenced dog run, a propane station, free coffee and hot cocoa in the office, and a store that sells wine and beer.
“We have stayed there every year, coming and going to and from Mesa where we winter. The only time I missed was when I forgot to reserve a spot. It is easy in and easy out with good access to the I-5. Usually, fuel up at Flying J or Loves at the same exit. Good solid resort and we will continue as before…” – Chuck, RV Park Review