They have a pool, but no spa. Wi-Fi was POOR, but we were able to use our Virgin Mobile hotspot and even got 4G even though this area is kind of remote. Lyndon is a cute town with Danish influence and is close to the Canadian border. We traveled to Vancouver twice during our stay and the border crossing was backed up a bit when the Canadians are crossing - apparently they come to the US for gas, milk, etc. which is much more expensive in Canada - so fill up your tank before you go there. We stayed here 3 days. Peace.
Nice super quiet location. Laundry was expensive and there were only 2 machines. Wi-Fi was good. No amenities such as pool, spa, etc. Nice spaces and friendly staff which helped with tourist stuff. Convenient to Ferry to Vancouver Island - Victoria. Stayed here 3 days. Peace.
My wife and I really like this park. The campground host was very nice and even recommended local attractions and restaurants. The laundry is inexpensive and clean. They have a library of books you can borrow. They have great access for your ATV to the Dunes. There is a community fire pit area with wood supplied. The internet worked very well, but the ATT cell signal was a bit weak, and there is no pool nor hot tub. We stayed here 3 nights. We would stay here again.
The internet did not work at all the first night and the office lady seemed very frustrated about it of course and it was fixed the next morning and stayed fine the rest of our stay. They do not take credit cards but will accept your personal check or cash for either your reservation or your stay (we had to mail a first night deposit at the time of our reservation). Anyway, their laundry was expensive but I used it anyway and I saw that you had to pay to use the showers but I did not use them. The park is nice and green. My ATT cell phone did not work here. It is convenient to Mendocino about 10 miles south and Fort Bragg. One of their main attractions, the Skunk Train, is only on limited use. I would consider staying here again but would check out other options first .
The sites are fairly large and have mature trees. They have decent Internet here, but the first night it was intermittent and ATT cell signal was OK. The bathroom area didn't look great, but we don't usually use them as we have a 40' Class A motorhome. The park is big rig friendly, but if you are traveling north from here the highway is pretty windy - so be prepared. We stayed here 4 nights and would probably stay here again because there is not a lot of options in the Napa Valley and have found this to be the best place.
We stayed here because it was close to Hayward and San Jose where we were visiting family. This particular weekend there was a classic car show at the Fairgrounds and the people were all very nice and friendly (they even guided me into my space and let me park my tow vehicle in one of their larger spaces). The Wi-Fi and ATT cell signals were fine here and the park is easy to access. We stayed here 2 nights.
KOA's have a habit of saying a popular city in their name (in this case "Santa Cruz Monterey Bay") but actually being in another city (in this case "Watsonville") which seems a bit deceptive if you are not aware they tend to do this. That being said this time I guess it was OK because Watsonville is midway between the 2 cities in its name. The road in has some trees that need to be trimmed back if you are in a large motorhome as we were (40') but the park seem very family friendly. My ATT cellphone did NOT work well here but their Wi-Fi was OK. We stayed here 4 nights and might stay again, but would probably look for a place nearer to Monterey Bay next time.
We stayed here 4 nights in a 40' motorhome. The park is big rig friendly once you get there, but the road that leads there from the highway has a couple of 20 mile an hour turns that are ok if you take them slowly. The camp host was very helpful by offering advice and a choice of spaces then guided me to the spot in his golfcart. There is decent Internet and a weak ATT cell signal. The laundry facility was clean and inexpensive, so we caught up doing several loads (we live full time in our motorhome). There are amenities at the golf club for an additional fee including pool and golf, etc., but we did not use them. We visited Yosemite 2 days while staying here and the drive was about 20 to 30 minutes away. My only negative if you could call it that was that when we made our reservation we did not receive an email confirming it and had to follow up with them (as it turns out they never fill up so they said they are a bit lax - I had been worried because this was Memorial Day weekend). We would stay there again.
The grass was pretty dead, but the people that worked here were nice and friendly. The park is a long drive from Sequoia National Park, despite what the name of the park implies. There is a pool, but no hot tub, unfortunately. We stayed here four days.
The office manager was very personable and friendly. This park has 24 hour access to a manager if you need it, but we didn't have any issues here. We used the laundry and found it inexpensive and clean, but there is no pool area or other such amenities. We stayed here three days.
This is a pretty large park and seems to be well run. The pool season was just starting, and it was closed at least one of the days we were there to put out new pool furniture (a plus if you are going to stay there this summer). We stayed here for 3 nights in a in a pull through space.
We had a site with a beautiful view of the ocean, but you should know we had to go head in to the site and use very long hookups routed under our motorhome to get the view. The park is not on the beach side of the highway so you have to do a bit of maneuvering to get to the ocean from here. The biggest issue I have with the park is that my daughter who was graduating from college (this was the purpose of our visit) was charged $10 by the office to visit us for a couple of hours, even though her car fit in our space. I suppose I would stay here again as L.A. area does not have a lot of options.
We stayed here for two weeks and we have stayed here before. The office staff is probably the nicest and most thorough at check in of any park I have been to before. The internet was sketchy (kept cutting on and off and was slow) so we had to use our data hotspot instead. The park is a bit odd, in that it is not fenced. This has not been a problem for us security wise, even though it is near an elementary school. They give you an Otis Spunkmeyer muffin every morning free, but you have to get over to the office before 10 a.m. and I am a late riser after going to Disneyland most days. There is a shuttle for a small fee, but we drove our car each day since we had free parking at Disneyland from our Annual Passes. We will stay here again next year.
This park is not in San Diego it is several miles away in Chula Vista despite the name of the campground. The park was very noisy because there was a high school seniors trip so we were not able to use the pool area without being subjected to loud screams and horseplay (please warn your guests when checking in if you have a rowdy group). My other gripe would be that none of the staff even waved at any guests when passing them as is customary at most parks. I feel like while the park was o.k. but I would try staying somewhere else in the future.