I'm a grandmother traveling alone with my dog, and I love the Willits KOA. It's clean and well maintained. Sites are level, with utilities conveniently placed (I have two holding tank valves and don't have to dig out any 50' hoses or a super long electrical cord). Many sites are shaded, which is a big plus in summer. There are super trails behind the campsites where I can walk my dog and take care of the day's cardio without walking in many tiny circles or heavy traffic. Campground staff picks up trash and recycling at your site. Add to all this a pristine swimming pool and water feature, and I just think this campground is hard to beat.
Stockton's Riverpoint Landing Marina/Resort has a distinctly nautical personality. The RV sites are tucked in around the boats and waterways, which is a big plus in the summer when the Delta breeze provides welcome relief from the heat. I was disappointed to find that the sites do not have sewer hookups, but there is a dump site at the entryway. The front office did not provide any information on the RV park, so it's learn as you go. Staff is easy to locate and answers questions willingly. I found a nice little laundry area, clean and neat, with two machines and driers that worked well. I have loved watching the boats come and go. The community's crew club practiced each morning, and the sailboat club went out today, presenting a beautiful sight. It's very peaceful, but city shopping and restaurants are only minutes away. I'm a single grandmother traveling with my dog, and I felt very secure with the double gated entryway. There's a 24/7 booth at the marinas' entry, and a gate on the RV area that closes every night (guests are given the combination for its keypad). All in all, I have thoroughly enjoyed my stay.