Rude is the only way to describe the park managers. We have stayed at most SKP parks throughout the United States and never found such rude people. The park is old, dated, dirty, not well kept. We will never return to this park!!
Noisy and not well kept. As members of the same club we expected a friendly greeting. The park managers were the rudest we've encountered in years of full time travel. The main part of the park and the care center have wonderful people and lots of activities. However, we would not return if it required dealing with these park managers.
Tough to rate. One workcamper and the owner were extremely rude. Several other RV'ers claimed similar experiences. Other workcampers were friendly. The lobster dinner was great. Interior roads are very rough. Lots of dirt & dust all the time. We would not stay here again, but may come by for the lobster.
This state park is pretty. The roads are quite rough getting to the park the last 5 to 6 miles. So rough that cabinets that never opened in three years did fly open. The sites are extremely tight for bigger rigs and more geared for tents and pop ups. This is a nice place to fish and hang out.
The desert is an interesting place to visit. The park keeps a well stocked store and butterfly house. The interior road is tight and the electric service is barely adequate. The owners are friendly. The campground is not busy but there are regular tour groups of the desert.
In three years of full timing this is the cleanest, best kept cg I have stayed at. The owners, Rick & Linda, are very friendly and really want RV'ers to have an enjoyable stay. I will drive out of my way to return to this park. I stayed in a 5th wheel. The golf course is extremely well kept and a pleasure to walk whether you play or not.
The owners are very friendly and go out of their way to help make you feel welcome. The park is a quiet, family friendly campground close to lots of attractions. It is clean and well kept and I will definitely return.