This is a lovely park with lots of trees and grass. Not too big, not too small. Plenty of room for the kids to ride their bikes without getting too far away. Nice playground and pool. KOA at its finest. Concrete pads, excellent wi-fi, nice people. Strongly recommended.
I love these reviews. (That's sarcasm.) Everybody finds something to bitch about no matter what kind of good time they had. No place is PERFECT, friends. This place is pretty close to it. If you can't BACK IN, don't come here. If you don't like the fact that not every single space has a lawn, request one or don't come here. If you can't stand the possibility that you will be assigned a spot near the highway, sell your RV and book hotels. Good grief. This place is wonderful. Best location on the Central Coast, wonderfully friendly and friendly staff; walk to the beach and your dog is allowed to go with you (on a leash, of course.) Love it or stay home.
I have no serious complaint with this park, considering what it is. It is a great place to plug your fridge and bed for diving adventures, or as a base camp to explore surrounding areas and visit friends and family. It's fine for a one night stopover, which is how we used it. In my opinion, though, it is not a place to sit and relax. It's all dirt and gravel. There are too many kids on bikes paying no attention to traffic and frankly, the place looks a bit like a refugee camp from the Grapes of Wrath.
You can't get closer to a redwoods camping experience in a motorhome if you want electricity and water. As indicated there is no cable TV, no WiFi and no sewer hookups. Many of your neighbors will be in tents, some in some pretty nifty looking cabins. The park is gorgeous but can feel a bit cramped when it's full mainly because of so many trees and big rigs. The campsites themselves are reasonably spacious. Minor groceries, decent restaurants and souvenir shops are within walking distance. Kids seem to love this place.
I can only echo previous comments. Just wanted to add another strong endorsement of this park. It's new, clean, attractive with a very friendly staff and all the amenities you might want. If I was really being picky I'd ask for a few more items in the office store but that would be pointing up my own shortsightedness. WiFi is excellent, strong and free. It was very hot and windy when I was there but that's hardly the park's fault.
This is an older park but well maintained. Trees are mature, grass areas are spotty with patches of green and some areas left to go brown but we were here in July. Gravel RV pads are reasonably but not uniformly level. We had to use wheel blocks and leveling jacks. WiFi is free but the office admitted that coverage can be weak in many areas farther away from the game room. Not all RV sites have sewer lines. Nice play area for the kids.
This park is beautifully maintained. Campsites are flat and spacious, there are lots of trees and a huge expanse of manicured lawn which separates the RV sites from one side of the park from the other. They could have jammed another forty pads in there but left it open for aesthetic considerations. It's a great choice in the Eugene area. Note: WiFi is strong but not free. I paid $4.95 for access.
Previous reviews seem right on. This is an older park but well-maintained in a gorgeous setting. Sites are terraced up a long and pretty steep hill, but individual sites are reasonably flat. There is a nice staff and good services. It needs Wi-Fi.
A gorgeous park. Electric hookups only, at least at our site. No sewer, no water, no TV, no Wi-Fi...no problem as long as you know going in. It really is beautiful, right on the Snake River and features a swimming beach.
Very new, very clean. Wide, grassy expanses between paved sites. Very strong and dependable Wi-Fi. Gated entry. Right smack on a very nice golf course. Rent a cart, park it at your RV site. If the trees were more mature I'd have given this place a 10. Would happily stay here again.
Go to their website. This place is exactly as it is represented. It's absolutely the perfect motorhome resort and I suppose that's the one tiny fault I have with it. It is pristine. There is no sense of being "away from it all" or of having neighbors. It it was eerily quiet. We saw a couple of people walking dogs but otherwise nobody outside their coaches. If that sounds great you'll love this place. If it sounds a little odd, it is, but it's still hard to find any fault here. Oh, one more thing: no transportation available to the Strip. Bring your toad.
Previous review was right on. It's a fine place for a night or two, if you have a reason to be in the area, but there's nothing to do here outside of relaxing in your own rig. (You can drive to Sequoia National Park, of course, but there are RV parks in Three Rivers which is 33 miles closer.) This is a standard KOA: well-run, nice little store, playground for the kids and all. WiFi is good and strong but make sure you tell them at checkin you want to use it.
I love this park! It is clean, well-maintained, lots of grass, beautiful trees and a small stretch of sandy beach on the river. The tent area looks like a pristine city park. The RV hookup pads are of pea gravel separated by rather narrow grass strips. They also have horseshoe pits, volleyball net and a large, sparkling clean pool. The Kaweah General Store, within easy walking distance across the highway is well-stocked with everything from fishing gear to RV and campground accessories, water, beer and soup to nuts. Most of all I recommend this park because of Shel, the terrific guy in the office. He's fun to talk with and will do anything humanly possible to be helpful. The only drawbacks I can find to this park are its lack of Wi-Fi and lack of 50 amp power. If you have a large rig with two AC's you'll want to keep that in mind. It gets hot here in the summer. Otherwise, this is a great family park for relaxation and it's right on the doorstep to Sequoia N.P.
The last review pretty much says it all. I just wanted to add the fact that this park, while high on a bluff overlooking Malibu Beach, is within an easy walk of two decent restaurants. One of them, Malibu Seafood has everything from phenomenal fish and chips to freshly caught sea bass, and it's as casual as you can get. Beachwear is fine. I love Malibu RV Park because it is so improbably located on one of the highest value pieces of real estate in the world.
Probably my favorite park on the California coast. It has everything and does everything very well. The beach borders the park separated only by a tall dune conveniently fitted with steps. The city of Pismo Beach and a large array of good restaurants and shopping are within a short drive, bike ride or walk. This place just feels right. My wife and I hate leaving.
Great staff, a very friendly and comfortable place. If you're bringing a boat you'll love it here. If you're just taking the family on a weekend outing or hooking up with friends you should enjoy the shaded, reasonably roomy sites and the close proximity to the L.A., Inland Empire and San Diego areas. It's not fancy but it's neat, clean and if you can create your own fun it's great for a weekend getaway.
All the reviews I've read here are reasonably accurate when taken at face value. By that I mean you shouldn't consider some of the comments that are highly subjective. A large field of gravel or asphalt may be just dandy for some folks but if you like to sit outside your RV, this is not the place to do it. There are no trees, no shading structures and no amenities of any kind. No tables anywhere on the grounds, no fire pits, no convenience store, no supplies of any kind including food outside a handful (no exaggeration) of candy bars in the office. Yes, it is near a major mall, freeways and other attractions. That doesn't mean you can walk to any of them. The mall in question is a good couple of miles away on the far side of the Cal Expo grounds. Bottom line is, this is no destination. If you're going to park your rig and jump in your toad to go sightseeing or visiting, it's fine. But don't plan on making Cal Expo a vacation spot. I'm no disgruntled customer, by the way. Far from it. I'm a Sacramento native now living in SoCal. I would love to give Cal Expo a high rating. There is just nothing to it beyond the very barest necessities.