Coleville / Walker KOA Holiday Campground Blog

Impressive Granite Cliffs


The impressive Granite Cliffs are called “Centennial Bluff”, standing majestically tall on the west side of Highway 395, here in Coleville California.  They are the site of a historical event that occurred on July 4th, 1876.  A traditional Independence Day celebration was carried out with a picnic...

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Fishing West Walker River


With the addition of acreage and direct access to the West Walker River from our campground, I thought I’d share a brief background on this tributary. The West Walker River is a 95-mile long tributary of the Walker River that flows through eastern California and western Nevada. The River rises from...

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History of Meadowcliff and RV Park


The original Meadowcliff Lodge ten-room building was built in 1959 by Mr. and Mrs. Jones.  They opened for business in November of that year, with the first guest paying $5 for their stay.  The second ten-room motel building was opened for business in 1998.  It wasn’t until 2008, when the first...

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