We stayed for two weeks, and had a great time. The people there are very friendly and welcoming. There is a wide variation in sites, so make your preferences known when you arrive, and they will try to accommodate you. It is a beautiful park, but not your typical layout. Very hilly (too hilly to ride bikes), but some nice views and some larger sites. Be aware that it is an hour and three quarter drive to the Village in Yosemite, and it's a tedious drive, although scenic. We liked, and used, the clubhouse daily, but we missed having a pool or a spa. You certainly can't beat the price.
We have stayed here many times, and have always enjoyed ourselves. This is primarily a location park, as opposed to destination park, and by that I mean its proximity to downtown Napa is a major feature. The sites and the park are well described by other reviewers, but the big change is that the park now has Wi-Fi. There are five private bathrooms with showers for 18 sites. No other amenities like a pool, but that's not the reason we come here. It's a great place to return to to have a glass of the wine you bought at one of the many great wineries. We will definitely return.
Decent park located on the west side of Hwy 1, just north of Bodega Bay.It is set back from the highway, and is very quiet. The sites are gravel and fairly level. The grass between sites was dead and full of burrs that got all over the dogs fur. The bathrooms were very clean, and the managers were nice. Cable and wi-fi worked well. Biggest negative for us was that you could not ride your bike in the park, and the highway has no shoulder and was too dangerous. If you are just staying at this park, you might as well leave your bikes at home, unless you have a rack on your toad. Still, we would stay here again because we love the ocean and the Bodega area.
Good location on the water and marina. Otherwise, it is a fairly ordinary park, certainly nothing special. Level gravel sites with picnic tables and fire pits. The bathrooms were dated and needed attention. Wi-Fi was non-existent, and the cable TV was not receiving several channels listed on the program. We heard that the park has been sold to a group from LA, so perhaps they will make needed improvements. Nevertheless, we would stay here again because we love the area, and the park is adequate.
Very nice rustic park with lots of large trees. We had one of the best sites, overlooking a beautiful creek. Due to all the rain this year, the creek was running high and fast, and made so much noise that it sounded like a high wind at night. We were the only ones in the park for the first night, probably due to the poor weather. No facilities in the park itself except for bathrooms and showers, and the pool and spa were available only to motel guests. No wi-fi, and the cable had only a few channels with poor reception. Our Verizon phone and air card worked fine. Unique motel with rooms converted from actual train cabooses. We would stay there again.
A true destination RV resort with fabulous facilities and very well-planned sites. Everything was spotlessly clean, and the staff was friendly and efficient. We stayed on a river site, which has a nice view of the Sacramento River, but I'm not sure it was worth the premium. It is best, however, to stay on the far west side of the park to minimize the freeway noise. The main clubhouse, pool, spa, outdoor fireplaces are first class. The one negative was the train noise, which woke us up several times each night.
Nice RV park, but pretty expensive ($5 per day extra for dogs). The pull through spots are wide enough, but short. The swimming pool, showers, and bathrooms are clean and well kept. This is a mature park with lots of trees. The golf course looked very nice, although we did not play. The old hotel is beautiful and well worth the short walk. The town of Garberville seemed to be filled with old hippies. The Avenue of the Giants is spectacular and a must see. Beware the 3" sewer connections. Probably won't be back because of the cost.
We stayed here overnight on our way to Oregon, and thought that this park was very nice, albeit pricey We did get half off with our CampUSA card, which is reflected in the price stated. The bathrooms were spotless, and some of the nicest we have ever seen. No recreational facilities, although we were told that we could use the pool and spa at the adjacent motel. Nice place to stay overnight, but no reason to stay longer.
We did not actually stay here, but toured the facilities with a salesman. The park is absolutely fantastic, as well described by other posters. I must comment on the office staff, however. The previous reviewer had it dead on: the woman at the front desk barely looked up from her computer screen, and muttered "can I help you" as her greeting. Why she thought that whatever was on her screen was more important than a real live customer will remain a mystery. If I was the sales manager there, the first thing I would do is fire her. This is a high-end resort, mind you, with lots costing as much as $250,000. The developer is now selling some lots for $39,900, which is about half what they were a while ago. Good luck with that staff.
Nice location at the harbor, and a short walk to the ocean. The sites are gravel, and separated only by lines of rocks. Seemed like a lot of long term trailers, but not a problem. Overall impression is that of a trailer part, and not an RV resort. The owners are helpful and friendly. We loved Brookings, and the weather was good.
Winchester Bay is absolutely beautiful, as described by all the previous posts. We didn't give it a 10 because the WiFi was very weak or did not work at all. We were there for a week, and it was extremely windy the whole time, which wore us out. Not sure I would return unless I knew in advance that that the winds were forecast to be relatively light.
They have an outstanding campground host. Very friendly and helpful. Most of the sites are large, level, concrete pull-throughs. Note that all sites face due west, and there is no shade. Bathroom and showers were spotless. No cable TV or Wi-Fi. No campground amenities, but a great location within easy bike or walking distance from downtown Napa. We stayed for four days, and had a great time.
We love this park with its pull-in sites right on the river. The waterfront sites have been reconfigured for motorhomes up to 38 feet with slides. Very good restaurant on site, and the park is easy walking distance to downtown Rio Vista. Very friendly staff, and clean restroom and showers.
One of the nicest RV parks that we've seen. Everything is brand new and sparkling clean. All sites are large, concrete, and level with grass in between. Beautiful clubhouse with a large, heated pool and two spas, meeting room with kitchen and large gas BBQ, reading room with fireplace. Free shuttle to casino, which is about a mile away, but completely out of sight. Surrounded by rolling hills and nice views. Free coffee, tea, hot chocolate, and USA Today newspaper every morning was a nice touch.Walking trail around park. Friendly staff. An ideal park for groups with great facilities and lots to do within a few miles. We will definitely be back.