The Pluses. This park has friendly staff and is nicely maintained. Good Wi-Fi. Good AT&T 3G-4bars. Good basic cable TV with 31 channels. Minuses. Has tightly placed back-in sites fronting river. (101-128). Pull-through sites offered much better spacing. Some noise from occasional freight trains. Hookups were oddly placed towards the front left of the site. Monthly rental to full-time residents. Recommendations: I would ask for a pull through site more towards the middle or south of the park, away from the river. I would stay here again, just in a different area.
A decent RV wilderness park. It’s not posh, but it is a good, rural, “state parkish” type RV location. I stayed here for a couple of nights in May 2011. The Park was upgrading its RV sites as well as adding additional visual grounds improvements. The host was helpful and friendly. Pluses: You’re in Napa. Good Hiking, horse friendly. Good Value. ~$30/night. Minuses: Bathroom/Showers needed upgrading. RV sites are a bit too close to each other.
I must have arrived at the wrong time. I was turned away by the manager/owner? " after the desk clerk was already checking me in. I was in a new 2011 Chevrolet conversion van that I purchased in March and had the interior custom designed. But manager/owner said that vans weren’t allowed. It was obvious that she made the rule up on the spot. To say the least, I was very surprised, but I was polite and left. This is the only RV Park I've ever been turned away from. Heck, I've even stayed in Napa and Malibu, CA, without a problem. I’m not sure what makes this RV park so special, but whatever it is all I know for sure is that management seems to discriminate or have discriminating tastes. Depending on your point of view.