Decrepit bathrooms, Old dirty cinder block showers. Best sites taken by very long term wrecks, some work kampers. No Wi-Fi as was supposed to be, they said they were upgrading. Wouldn't let us park in "A" section, nicer than "C" & "D" & closer to river. Length limit of 30 or 32 feet, but you could put a 45 footer in many. If we went there again, we might dry camp down on river shore.
Entrance and clubhouse area are beautiful..leads to disappointment when you get to your gravel pit (site). No separation between sites, no trees or bushes, except the odd palm tree. Park models and villa homes near golf course have some nice landscaping, but area for RV'ers is ugly. Both staff and residents were aloof, unfriendly, except for some helpful pickleball players. It is very over priced with various prices for different offers, and months. Everyone else we spoke to was paying a different rate, as many as 5 different prices. We will never stay there again.
Pull throughs are mostly available only for short term rallies. Not many sites will fit 38' or longer RV comfortably. There are lovely trees and bushes at most sites. There is a great pool and hot tub area. The park is handy to shopping and dining. The main drawback is the poor winter climate in Hemet, which is much cooler (sometimes 20 to 25 degrees) and wetter than some other S. California and Arizona snowbird areas.
There was no internet (Wi-Fi or modem) no cable TV but we could pick up channels with antenna. There were some full-timers with shabby sites. Our site was not close to level. This park is definitely over priced.
We got 1/2 price Passport America rate of $16.50 but they added $5 electric surcharge. The length of pull-through was OK but sites are very narrow and no patio at all. The grass was a bit sloped to put chairs on. The cable and Internet went down for part of evening. We would stay here for one night again passing through, only because of the Passport America rate.