Owners are great. We called ahead and they stayed open til 10 when we showed up, they didn't demand a credit card like most RV parks would have. Most of the park is mobile homes, and the park is located on railroad tracks. The train came by once during the night, which I guess isn't so bad. The park is immaculate. There were workers raking up fallen leaves, it's autumn now, cleaning restrooms and doing regular maintenance work when we were there. Not a piece of litter to be seen anywhere. Thick grass next to concrete pads -- perfect for us pet owners! The park is big enough to walk dogs and get some exercise, and you can walk down the R/R tracks for a bit too. Restrooms were clean with individual lockable showers and are more secure than shower stalls in a restroom, which are great for female or single travellers. The permanent residents were friendly, saying hello and such, which is more than you usually get at an RV park. We used the laundry room, laundry rates were very reasonable, which was also clean. This park isn't far off the freeway, but it takes a few turns to get there. Make sure you have directions. I'd stay here again.
Half of the park is full-timers, it seems. Staff is friendly, when they're there. We stayed in October, and the office was closed about 1/2 the day everyday. It's hard to check in/out under those circumstances. We wanted to buy LP but couldn't because no one was around to sell it to us. Location is pretty; hedges between many of the sites. But Rows J,K,L have water turned off in the winter, which saved us a few dollars, but if you go there and want water hookups, you need to know this before you choose your site. Tiny (10'x10') dog 'off-leash' area isn't an exercise area, but park is big enough to walk your dog on leash and get a bit of exercise. Restrooms & showers are clean, though I prefer individual showers with deadbolts. A nice place all in all.
We stayed October 29. We were the only family there. Water had been turned off as it was off-season. This is a great place to stay during the winter. I'm not so sure I'd want to stay there during peak season. The campground is terraced, so sites are right on top of each other, with Kabins interspersed. But it's a beautiful location, on a hillside with a trail leading to the top of the hill. The pool was half-full due to off-season, but restrooms were clean & heated (though garbage hadn't been picked up in a few days). If you're someone who doesn't like an empty dark park in an out-of-the-way location, you may not want to visit this park from mid October til April. (You can't pay by credit card during this time, and it looks like management does not come by daily to pick up registrations. Though perhaps it's different during holidays..? Call first.) But me? I'd definitely return during off season.
Nice place. Friendly staff. Very dog friendly. Grass and trees at most of the sites. (The leaves were turning red and gold when we were there, so it was especially pretty.) Restrooms & showers were clean, though I prefer individual showers with deadbolts for better security. A nice little general store for essentials. Despite being situated on a major road, noise wasn't a factor. I would definitely stay here again.
What a lovely park. What nice staff. Restrooms are absolutely immaculate. The price is a little high, but compared to what I've gotten for a few dollars less (as in, not much for $28-30) while traveling the Interstate 5 corridor, I think it's not out-of-line. There were quite a few residents who seemed to be at the park on a long-time basis; but even though we were there only one night, everyone was extremely friendly. I would not hesitate to stay here again.
I wasn't thrilled with this place. We have a 26" MH, and the owner (owner's wife) stuck us in a tiny space (#17) that we barely fit in, lengthwise. I had called for a reservation; we were arriving late at night; and there were plenty of empty spaces that she could have assigned us to. It felt like she wanted to keep all those spaces available for big class A's that just might also happen to show up at 10pm with us. This tiny space didn't have its own sewer, like the bigger spaces. We would have had to used the fixed dump station. The location is nice, and there isn't much freeway noise given how close it is to the freeway. Many of the spaces seemed to be long-term residents. This isn't a park for pet owners. There are two "pet areas." But the lower pet area is actually a steep hill that leads to a very busy street. Oh, and it's also a septic leach area, which is very unhealthful for our dogs, not to mention the humans walking them. There are signs that prohibit dogs from urinating on plants and bushes (like we don't know that already) and the park rules state that they will fine anyone who doesn't pick up after their pets. I don't have a problem with penalizing owners who don't scoop their dog's waste, btw. But the overall tone of the park is that they don't like dogs at all, and they prefer that we don't bring our dogs to their park. But they do charge a $2 per pet charge on top of regular park fees. For what? This dog owner won't be going back. So they get their wish.
Like someone else said, this is a spooky place. It's very dark. We were one of about 4 RVs on the lot. The restrooms were not secure. It's clear that the truckers who park right outside the park also use the restrooms, which as a woman, I find really creepy and scary --not because they're truckers but because anyone can approach the restrooms at any time. Because the park was so empty, it did give us ample opportunity to let our dogs run for a bit before we left in the morning, without bothering any other campers. That's about the only good thing I can say for this place. BTW, the AAA guide says that this park is shady with gravel. There are scrawny trees and it's a dirt lot. There is no shade. In Central Valley heat, this place would be unbearable.