Dos Reis is located on the River San Joaquin with plenty of RV hookups. It features full-floor campsites with shower and hook-ups for your RVs. Camping Tent is also offered Friday to 8 a.m. from 12 noon. Monday and weekends. A picnic table, a grill, a snack bar and a children’s play area are also available. boat launch is available.


Not a bad place for the family to camp overnight or for a river day. We would like to see more people in the area wash their litter and make it easier for others to enjoy the area. Daily use and overnight charges are very fair and the parking space for both are so limited. Leave at home your irritating digital devices and enjoy the outside!


It’s just $25 a night to hook up to the water and sewer, including a fireplace where you can walk to play with the children. They have a playground for the boys, so you can drive down and take your shuttle off the bridge. It’s a good thing, everybody’s in a comfortable, quiet atmosphere.

Developed campgrounds with individual barbecue, water, electric & sewer hookup, shaded picnic table at each spot. Community park with kids stuff and dock with boat ramp. Tent camping only on weekends. We stayed in our pop-up camper 30 days (limit). On site caretakers keep it calm but it can still get loud on weekends. Some amenities are available on the pay/camping side only, like showers, horseshoe pits, etc. River access but no river view from park.

The I-5 Park Access is excellent. There’s no shoulder but it’s a little narrow road to the park. The roads are paved with guidelines, and wide enough. Locations asphalt with a bed, a fireplace and left-hand rear facilities. Everything is well placed. The park has been beautifully planned. So well, so far. It might be a 10th position. The bad now. In all our years of travel, we have never felt so awkward. There are so many permanent people here and they seem to be bad. Small, really old junk trailers (no sight towing vehicle). An old class A with a chair on the ground, children’s toys scattered about, the cap opened with wires and so forth and the scent of disgust was there.


It’s a pleasant secret. Okay, a very peaceful place on the San Joaquin River away from the traffic noise. We had enjoyed our stay here off season. You don’t have a view of a river under a river levee. We found this to be the least costly in the area. We camped in a motorhome in Dos Reis Regional Park.

This amazing location is located near Downtown Lathrop and also only a short distance away from:

  1. Dos Reis Park
  2. Mossdale Landing Community Park
  3. Mossdale Crossing Regional Park
  4. Manuel Valverde Park
  5. Stockton Field Aviation Museum
  6. Oakwood Lake
  7. Grant Line Canal
  8. Lathrop City Hall
  9. The Green at Mossdale Landing
  10. The Commons at Mossdale Landing

After visiting these amazing places make sure to stop by Remote Fill Systems on Murphy Parkway and say “Hi!”