I love this park. I stayed here for 3 months and loved it. If you like lots of shade, this is your park. It's kind of run down as far as level sites but there's just something about this place that gives it charm. It's one of my favorite RV parks I've stayed at.
I've stayed at this park off and on for several years now and I disagree with some of the comments about the staff. From what I've observed, if people respect the park and it's guests, there are no issues. I think people forget that this is an RV resort and not the desert or a campground. Some people are there to relax and some people are there to party. In order to please everyone, there must be a balance and sometimes the staff is forced to be direct and it may come across as arrogant but I have never experienced this. I will tell you that this place is family-owned and operated, along with some very nice non-family staff. They are religious and care about every guest's safety and happyness. As for the homeless people in the park and the nearby street, that is something that goes with being close to the beach. I have never seen any odd-looking street person wandering around the park and I feel safe there. This park is extremely clean with a nice ocean breeze, beach access, gorgeous sunsets and you can see the stars at night. Sure, the trains can be irritating but last I checked, the railroad runs up and down the coast. If you stay at any hotel or RV park on the coast in North San Diego, you have to deal with the trains and homeless people. The bottom line is that if everyone respects this place, you will not have problems.