Very friendly staff. Beautiful, wooded sites. Lots of shade! Daily garbage pickup at your site by the staff. Nice store and other amenities. Gas and Propane available. Two hours from Redding on curvy road.
Many waterfront sites. Narrow, but all have tables and shade trees. Waterfront sites do not have sewer. One-sided dump station can get busy at the end of a weekend. River access is at the upper end of the park only, and there is a steep bank from sites down to river. Large camp, with many permanent tents for school groups that come for wilderness training and ropes course. Do not trust your GPS directions from Highway 50. Get directions from the park.
A very clean and fresh park. It had great shower/restroom facilities. The grounds were well maintained. Large, mature trees provided shade: necessary in the hot summers of Chico. Not picturesque, but its downtown location was convenient. An oldtimer next to us commented that this was "the best park in the region."
WiFi signal weak. Had to sit in the laundry room to get a signal. Has kid "water playground". During season, LOTS of children squealing and splashing in pool, and a public pool next door, so during the day, it's noisy.
Cordial hosts. Easy check-in. Large park with a variety of "levels" from dry to full. Best sites (river) are elec/water. Full are up on high-ground. Although they state that they have wifi throughout the park, it's weak, and you have to go to office to get signal.
Older park. Well maintained. Bathrooms clean, but showing wear. Most sites have view of lake over public boat-launch-ramp. No wifi, nor plans to add. When I asked the hostess about wifi, she said, "you can use my computer inside, if you need to just check your email."