We had such a pleasant stay at this park! First of all, when I called in inquire about a campsite, they were so friendly and helpful over the phone that I impulsively decided to book for a week. As soon as we arrived, I knew I had made the right decision. The campground hosts greeted us and offered us coffee and homemade cookies when we checked in, and then took us on a tour of their impeccably maintained campground, which features a lovely swimming pool and hot tub, as well as a comfortable recreation room with free Wi-Fi, a selection of DVDs and books, a pool table, and many other games for the use of the guests. The campground is shaded by fruit trees, so we were fortunate enough to have delicious oranges and grapefruit throughout our stay. We will DEFINITELY be returning to this park, and would recommend it to anyone who is looking for a clean, pleasant, and well-maintained campground with delightful hosts!
This is one of the most unwelcoming parks at which I have ever camped. When we arrived, we were told repeatedly that we had to check out no later than 1 pm, because there was a large group taking over the park the next day. Which is fine, but jeez, once is enough; I get the message. We were also required to provide a driver's license, registration, and proof of insurance--I'm surprised they didn't ask for a blood sample. The campground was divided into two sections; the $25/night section was dirty, ill-maintained, and had the filthiest and most depressing toilets and showers I have ever seen at any campground. The $35/night campground looked to be much better maintained, and was set apart in a fenced-off section of the park. I really did not enjoy our trip to Rancho Jurupa and will not return.