Not bad for a privately owned park. Campsites are not very private, your neighbors are close. The restaurant was really good, everything in the park was really clean. Lots of activities for the kids to partake in. No hiking trails, buy there are some horseback riding activities. There are people that seem to permanently reside in their campers here towards the back of the park. Roads are gravel
We stayed here because we had a free stay pass. I have since only reserved areas in state owned parks. No trails, no wildlife and campers on top of each other. Golf carts everywhere, roads were gravel where we camped. The staff was very friendly, this is just not my idea of camping.
This is my second favorite park in south LA. There is a boardwalk extending the length of the river, another boardwalk extending into the swamp. There are two play areas for the kids, one has an excavator(can't get my son off it) that digs in a sand pit. It consists of two camp areas, either area is really nice. Only one camp area gives you a river view, though. Don't miss a riverfront dinner on the porch at Morton's.
We didn't find any diamonds, but the scenery was beautiful. Don't miss the nature observatory walk through the woods located near the front of the park entrance. We saw deer up close here every day. The play area is small, but new.