This park is in a fantastic location. The front four RV spots on Main Street are noisier, but not bad. The back spots are quiet. The park is clean, well maintained, attracts a respectable clientele, and has friendly and supportive owners. The walk to the Embarcadero is less than five minutes and walk to downtown is less than two. WiFi and cable are excellent. Don't worry much about the lack of 50 amp because Morro Bay is rarely very warm. The laundry room is immaculate and is fairly priced.
We pulled in and it appeared to be a very attractive park - nicely laid out with great trees. The positives stopped there when we realized that the park was jammed up right against the freeway. We pulled into our spot (a pull thru) easily enough and then realized that there was an enormous pothole at the front right-hand side of the spot. We had to talk to staff 4-5 times before they would fill it, which was going to be necessary for us to get out of the site two days later. The swimming pool was not filled with water. The KOA web site say that the pool opens April 13th and this was May 13, so we were not happy. Then we went to take a shower and there was no water pressure, because now they are filling the pool. They were filling the pool during the day when people need water and they hadn't notified anyone. We asked them to stop the pool filling so that we could do laundry and they grudgingly agreed for awhile. This campground suffers from lack of planning and grouchy staff. And, for the first time in 8 months of travel, the cable TV was terribly fuzzy and wasn't usable.
This campground is right next to and level with the freeway. It is really really loud. That being said, there aren't many campgrounds in this area - so we stayed here. It was a decent place for one night. Some of the sites are much better than others. There are some larger and more level sites at the back. Some of the sites in the front and middle are not even close to level. We found a site that worked for us for the one night we were there. We didn't use the bathrooms, showers, or laundry. Management was friendly and helpful.
Sites are in two loops - a pull thru loop and a backup loop. The pull thru loop has cable and larger sites. We were in the pull thru loop and most sites were level, decently spaced, and had good road access. Both the internet and the cable worked very well. Management was extremely friendly and helpful. The campground was clean and well maintained. The only real negative is that the freeway is very close and very loud.
The state park itself is absolutely beautiful and has wonderful trails and visitor sites describing both the flora/fauna and the history of the area. We found the campground lacking. While the campground is quite pretty and sites are well separated by shrubbery, the roads are narrow and rutted and are overgrown by shrubbery in many places. We were hit by trees on our roof FIVE times between campsites C1 and C7. Leveling is also an issue, very few of the sites are level - some are as much as a foot out of level from front to back. The state park has WiFi, but you need to be within a few feet of the store for it to work. We were pleased to see that there were laundry facilities - that is until we saw them. The laundry room was really dirty, expensive ($2 for a wash and $2 for a dry) and full of old light fixtures and a pane of glass just sitting on the floor. We complained to park management and absolutely nothing was done during the week we were there. We also complained about the overgrown shrubbery and the same nothing was done.
Rate was $60 per nite less 15% with the Outer Banks Card (good only off season) plus fee for dog plus fee for cable. Campground fronts the ocean and the sound. It is almost all grass with few trees and shrubs. Sites are cement and roads are asphalt. It's not a scenic wonder, but it is well maintained and clean. There are lots of amenities with tennis, mini golf, a playground and three pools (one indoor with a hot tub). Buildings are pleasant and well maintained. We were amazed that there was an indoor pool. WiFi was wonderful, but the campground was only about 20% full, so its hard to know how it would be with more campers. The beach wasn't great - water levels were too high to even walk there. That may be different in the summer. Park staff was really helpful; far better than most.
Pool was closed. Laundry room was closed "indefinitely". Entry gate did not work well. Otherwise an attractive and nicely maintained park. Lots of grass, not much shade, beautiful creek. Friendly staff. Note that most residents have full time park models, which are nicely maintained. Park was very quiet except for the people next to us. We complained and park management was very helpful.
Fabulous location on the barrier island! The campground sits on a small hill that slopes towards the dunes. Sites on the hill have a view of the water. Sites fronting the dunes do not, but have great beach access. The campground has nicely paved roads, lots of well maintained grass and some (not a lot) of trees. There is lots of green, but not that much shade. Our site was near the dunes and it was generously sized and easy to access. The entrance to the campground is a little bit constricted, so watch for that. We loved this campground. The only real negative is that the base rate is expensive and there are extra charges for everything. Cable is another $2 per day, a dog is another $5 a day, and there is also a charge for guests who stay over an hour and for wifi. Laundry is also expensive, but the facilities are immaculate. Note that the coin machine and half of the dryers were not working at the time we were there.
Immaculate and well maintained campground. Level sites, good access to Wilmington. Nice laundry room, beautiful pool, cute store. Managers are friendly and helpful. Note that there is an RV wash facility just outside of the campground. We would give it a 10, but the roads are not paved and it gets a little dusty.
We tire of state parks where policy is more important than the customer. There was an RVer who wanted to stay longer and rent the "campground host" spot, since it was going to be empty. The ranger gave him a flat no with no reason. So he had to leave and the spot stayed empty. What a waste! The campground is attractive and clean with some semi-open sites and some wooded sites. There are overhanging branches that hit our motorhome roof on the entry road and on roads within the park. Roads are paved and sites are dirt, mostly level. The only trash receptacle was a full 1/3 mile from our campsite (we paced it off), and there are no dog waste bags or receptacles anywhere. Only a few sites had sewer hookups, but there is a triple dump station at the entry/exit that is in good shape. Watch the entry causeway road; it is very narrow and there are bicyclists on the road. The check-in parking lot has a big tree blocking at least 50% of the access, and you check in behind a long line of people buying supplies at the store.
This is a wonderful campground within a county park. Campsites are large and mostly level with good shrubbery and vegetation. Bathrooms are newer and clean and there are laundry facilities at the bathroom buildings. There are convenient dumpsters and recycling throughout the campground. We appreciate it when campgrounds are socially responsible and offer recycling. There is a lot of recreation available within the park for a reasonable fee - climbing walls, kayaking, paddle boats, bike rentals. There is also a very popular dog park and miles of bike/hiking trails. WiFi is decent. Campground staff was friendly and helpful. The campground location is very good with lots of things to do nearby. The only improvement we could suggest would be cable connections. Note that some of the roads getting into the park have low hanging branches, so watch out!
The ratings for this campground (since we are rating a campground by definition) should be different than the rating for the island itself. Note that the entire island is owned by the state park and it is absolutely beautiful and unspoiled. The campground doesn't rate nearly as well. Where the lack of development has created value in the beauty of the island, it has not created beauty or function in the campground. Roads are narrow and rutted and have trees right next to them. Campsites are huge, but have trees right in the middle of them. We saw numerous people having a very difficult time getting into their campsite. Leveling is also an issue, as is flooding. We saw no attempts at drainage; when it rained, many sites were completely underwater. The dump station has crumbling cement. As there are no sewer connections, this is particularly noteworthy. Cell phone reception is minimal, so be aware. The state park has WiFi, but you need to be within a few feet of the store for it to work. Positives are that the campground is in a beautiful forest and it fronts a wonderful beach. Check-in is aided by a wide driveway with room to park and uncouple a tow vehicle. Volunteers are plentiful and helpful. We couldn't say the same for the park rangers.
This is a beautiful park with all of the amenities you would expect of a condo-ownership style park. There are two swimming pools, multiple tennis courts, a hot tub, a big playground for children, shuffleboard, horseshoes, etc. The sites are large and well manicured, full of mature vegetation. There is lots of privacy; people are quiet. The roads are asphalt and the pads are concrete, so there is no dust. Wifi and cable are great; the electric meter boxes could use some work, as many of the cover panels are falling off. This park is nearly perfect. The exception would be that the location is quite far from core activities in Hilton Head and the Hilton Head traffic is a deterrent to wanting to go anywhere.
Dogs are not allowed on the beach - this applies to the entire island of Tybee. Had we known this, we never would have stayed here. This RV park is city owned and operated. There are a zillion rules that are only selectively enforced. Sites are haphazardly arranged, difficult to access, and not necessarily level. This is the noisiest park that we have ever been to - motorcycles, children (who have no real place to play), drunken partiers, and a city-sponsored wedding reception with a DJ and amplified music. Further, the park is expensive, and it is not a luxurious park. We left two days ahead of our scheduled departure - just couldn't take the noise any more. The city has a no refund policy, but takes no responsibility to make their park enjoyable. We felt cheated and will never be back.
Beautifully forested area bordering the Brunswick River. The campground also features a lake, a dock, canoeing, a playground, nature trails, and bike trails. The campsites are really big and have great separation between sites with lots of vegetation. Each site has a concrete pad patio and another concrete pad with a picnic table on it. Propane is available (for motorhomes - not just bottles). Laundry is very reasonably priced and the Wi-Fi is exceptionally good. We have seen the other parks in the area and we think this one is the best!
The first thing that we want to say is that pets are "allowed" in this campground. But we said that this campground is not "pet friendly' because there are HUGE limitations on where you can walk your dog. You cannot walk your dog on the ocean beach, the river beach, the boardwalks, or the pier. That leaves the busy roads, by the side of the road (that is loaded with thorns in the ocean campground) and the trails (that are nowhere near the either campground). This campground has two distinct camping areas. The ocean area is right next to the dunes; it is nearly treeless, windswept and beautiful. The river area adjoins the fresh water inlet. It is larger and heavily shaded. Both areas have modern updated bath/shower/laundry facilities. Both areas are loaded with beautiful nature: shrubs, trees, animals, etc. Both areas are at least three miles from the campground entrance, and both areas have lousy cell phone reception. The historical fort on site is really worth visiting, far more interesting than most. Fernandina Beach is a fabulous little town: clean, historic, lots of things to do and see. We would have rated the campground higher, but the lack of a good spot to walk our dog made us cranky.
Our rate reflects the weekly rate (one day free). The location of this campground is phenomenal! The Atlantic Ocean is just across the street and the wide river inlet actually touches the campground boundary on the other side. There is the small "village" of Vilano Beach a couple of miles away with a grocery store and a few restaurants, and even 3 restaurants within walking distance. The sites are big and flat with a perfect canopy of oaks and a nice screening of shrubs. Negatives would be sandy roads, sandy sites and a real lack of building maintenance. The office building looks pretty shabby and the laundry rooms have rusty washers and dryers. Each laundry room had a dryer that was just sitting there unplugged because it didn't work. We didn't see any attempt at replacing the broken fixture. When you arrive, head for the south driveway and park in one of the big diagonal spaces.
After reading previous reviews with lots of 9s and 10s, we were really looking forward to our stay. We were given site 101, which is in the middle of a small hill. The site was hard to back into because of the hill. It was level side-to-side, but not front to back. We were not able to get far back into the site because it sloped down, making it harder to park our tow car. We asked for a wooded site and site 101 has trees only at the back. It is also very exposed on the one side and absolutely everyone's headlights shine directly into our RV. Also, when we started hooking up utilities we stepped in huge piles of dog poo. We were furious. Management did a good job of cleaning, raking, moving, etc. after we complained, but by then we were already mad about the mess and the less than wonderful site. Pluses are that this park has great amenities, a beautiful pool, large rec room with all kinds of classes, and the park is well maintained. There is no internet except at the clubhouse and there is no recycling. It is not acceptable that a park this large just throws everything out; that is not responsible.
The park has nice landscaping outside the fence: palm trees and shrubs. Inside the park is mostly gravel and it isn't all that pretty. There has been an attempt to "green up" the park, but it has a long way to go. Pluses are that it was very easy to level and access our site. Hookups were good and even the WiFi was good. (That is rare!) Everything was clean and neat. The park is small and there are few amenities. There is some street noise and some train noise. Location is both a blessing and a curse, as you can actually walk to Wendy's and the Publix Market, also to a large water channel where we saw dolphin. The general location is near the Fort Pierce Marina, which is being beautifully redeveloped. Staff seemed good: pleasant, and caring about the experience. From the highway it is hard to find the park. Look for the tall KOA flags and for the Wendy's sign in the sky.
This is a gorgeous park with beautiful landscaping. It is an old KOA (you can tell by the office building and some of the "lodges"). The whole park is wonderfully maintained: so clean and so pleasant. The laundry room is huge and airy. There's volleyball, a pool, a hot tub, shuffleboard, horseshoes, and a one mile paved track. There is free morning coffee and a congenial group of people who gather together. The park is very quiet: located in the middle of a bunch of commercial growers on the outskirts of the suburbs of Miami. The only negative is that their WiFi is terrible. I got one bar out of five: and you know what means. It isn't usable.
Pretty waterfront setting with water views from many areas. There's marina sites if you have a boat. There's also a club room a and tiki bar. The park is pleasant with some trees and grass. Sites are widely different, so be sure to get one that works for your rig. The park was very quiet. Wifi was very good - no cable.
When we first arrived we noticed the nice oceanfront location, the pretty little beach, the small marina, and the pool. Later on all that we noticed was the noise. This campground has a sponsored event nearly every evening. This event is located in the open air bar which is in the middle of the campground. Instead of watching the stars from our camp chairs outside, we were hunkered inside with the windows shut and the A/C on. We were avoiding the call of "B-3" over the loudspeaker from the ongoing bingo game. Later we were avoiding the cursing in high volume from the people who were drunk at the bar. The grounds seem well maintained and employees seem helpful, but the lack of noise enforcement was a real problem. It seemed that the campground is actually encouraging a noise problem. We won't return.
The park is very tight, which includes both the roads and the sites. The park is old and funky with a noticeable lack of street appeal. Once inside the wall, you see that there is regular maintenance going on and there is nothing to fear. The pavilion on the water is nice; as are the residents, many whom are snowbirds. Note, because the spaces are small, you are subjected to your neighbor's habits. We were sited next to chain smokers and couldn't ever open our windows on the left side. Park management is very nice and they do a great job getting you in and out of the tight park. The internet service is surprisingly fantastic!
Rate shown is a weekly rate. Narrow paved roads, grassy sites, was easy to level. Most residents are snowbirds in permanent units; a really nice and friendly group of people. Dog policy was vague. We called to see if they would allow our 80 lb German Shepherd and they said yes, but when we got there there was lots of published material saying that there was a 25 lb size limit. There were many people there with large dogs, so we never did understand their policy. The park is older and well kept. It is on a busy road, but sites in the middle and back are quiet. Location is good to see the sights in Sanibel and Fort Myers Beach. Wi-fi was lousy; other were utilities fine.
Don't even consider staying in sites 1-15. They back directly to a major arterial; there's no fence, no sound barrier, nothing. Cars come by fast and loud; even earplugs don't help much. The park is mostly well maintained, with the exception of the laundry room. The pool is enclosed in a Florida room and is very pretty. There are nice tennis courts (2) and horseshoes. The sites are short, making for a jumble of cars parking in the street; very messy looking - like a used car lot. There is a lot of in and out traffic, possibly caused by the large sales and service facilities adjacent to the park. Staying here is not very relaxing. We won't be back.
Beautiful campground carved into pine forest. Wonderful landscaping and amenities. There are tons of things to do here, not all free: canoeing, boating, swimming, biking, archery, shuffleboard, tennis. Roads are paved, sites are concrete/decomposed granite (depending on RV or tent). Bathrooms and laundry room are clean and attractive. This is a very large campground and it is the perfect place to walk! There are lots of trails. We particularly enjoyed taking a boat across the lake to see the other resorts; this was free. The only negative really was that there is no Wi-Fi at the sites (only at major buildings), and it would have been good to get a TV guide at check-in.
This park is absolutely gorgeous. The wildlife is phenomenal: both flora and fauna. We saw deer, vultures, turtles, squirrels, fish, and hawks. There is a boardwalk from the springs to the river that has breathtaking scenery. For all of that I would give the park a 10. But: the roads within the campground loops are thoughtlessly narrow and rutted. Don't even think about bringing in a big rig. Our motor home is 35 feet and we were hitting brush on all sides. The campsite (#71) looks wide open on the Reserve America website, but they aren't showing you the trees that create a bottleneck getting into the site. We barely made it. If you don't need cell or WiFi, this is a nice place to go. I would call the park and ask the rangers what sites are the easiest to get into: based on the roads and the site.
This is a simple campground that works amazingly well. There are no real pads or roads. Everything sits on compressed sand and gravel. When it is dry outside, the tracking of dirt is minimal. The view of the gulf is phenomenal; there are even waterfront sites! There is a small beach and a small pier in front of the campground. Wi-Fi and cable were excellent. Staff was exceptionally friendly and guests were pleasant and considerate. The building isn't much, but it seems to suffice. Watching nature from the from windshield was fantastic.
It is going to be hard to find a campground with a better location than this one. It sits between the beach, a coastal lake, and the quaint town of Grayton Beach. Access to all three places is easy and fun. Nature in this area is absolutely beautiful. The park has two loops. The sites in the old loop are shorter and narrower, but are very private with large shrubbery. The sites in the new loop are mostly big rig compatible and are less private, but the landscaping is adequate and the sites are well spaced. Note that our site (#44) and a few others backing to the lake were not level and we had some issues with that. To level we needed 4" of shims and had to be so far forward that we couldn't connect to the sewer. We would choose a different site next time. Note that the site appeared to be basically level on Reserve America, but those sorts of things are tough to discern in a photo.
There are no real "pads" at this park. Some are gravel, some are grass, ours was a messy mix of sand, leaf litter and grass clippings that continually tracked into our RV. The septic drainage was slow too. Wi-Fi was better than most, and the laundry room was a good experience (despite being a little pricey). The whole park is a little shabby and spaces were very tight at the back of the park. Note that there are many trains coming through Biloxi, and the federal law requires them to blow their whistles at grade crossings. This happens often in the middle of the night, and will affect this RV park and others nearby.
Attractive park with wide sites, lots of grass, concrete roads and concrete pads. Nicely landscaped with some mature trees. This park is located adjacent to the Hollywood Hotel and Casino complex. The signage on the way in isn't very specific. But don't worry - just head in the direction of the RVs and you will find one of several entrances. The office is not open during lunch (which we found annoying), but there is a phone to connect you to the hotel desk for an alternate check in. Most utilities were excellent, except for the Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi was rarely sufficient in terms of access or speed. Despite the proximity to the casino, we found this park to be quiet and relaxing.
We'd like to say nice things about this park. After all, it is city sponsored and is only $13 a night, including water and power. Unfortunately, we can't say that many nice thing, other than it is $13 a night and there is water & power. Oh, wait, we can say that the park is beautifully wooded, it was quiet, and there is a lot of shade. The positive features end there. The camp host was uninterested at best, concerned with the football game playing on the radio, and not at all concerned with his job, potential customers, etc. The park has roads and pads that are almost a joke. Many/most of the pads are L shaped. The big part of the pad is approx 13 x 13 and then there is an approach pad that is about 7 x 12. Now, how many RVs do you know that are going to fit on that size/shape of pad? And then consider that the approach pad is on an incline. It's just nuts. The utilities have been updated with 50 amp and decent water connections, but the electrical posts are almost haphazardly located. So if you can find a site that works for your RV, you are very lucky. We saw some poor soul circling the park multiple times towing a reasonably sized trailer who kept trying for a spot that would fit his rig. It's not just big rigs that don't fit here. Maintenance is also a big concern. We didn't use the bathrooms or showers, but the asphalt pads are literally rotting and the picnic shelters are tetanus ready. We would score this park a couple of points lower if it weren't so cheap.
Location, Location, Location! This park sits directly on the ocean, just a few feet above the beach. Our site had a breathtaking view of the beach and the ocean. The beach is long, sandy, and is very walkable! The park is city owned and managed and they are doing a fantastic job. Unlike many public campgrounds, this one has Wi-Fi, a store, a laundry facility, and sewer hookups. We were (literally) happy campers and extended our stay beyond our original departure date.
This is a brand new RV park with all sites situated around a small lake. The roads are paved and the sites are concrete pads surrounded by grass. Utility connections are excellent; Wi-Fi was lightening fast and there is a plethora of cable channels. The club room is enormous and is absolutely the nicest I have ever seen. The pool (unheated) and hot tub areas are very attractive. There is propane available, a nice laundry room too. The owner is pleasant and is working hard to make this park a great place. Downside would be that the trees and shrubs are in their infancy and it will take nature some time for things to grow.
This is a luxurious park. Beautiful (if not fully mature) landscaping, concrete roads, concrete and paver/brick sites. Nice lighting, pool, ponds, boardwalk to beach. Wonderful maintenance. Fantastic beach access and fantastic beach. It was nice that they had recycling. Only negatives were a laundry closet (not a laundry ROOM) with only 2 washers and 2 dryers. Also, the Wi-Fi was not very good; not strong and not reliable.
This is a big and beautiful park. The location is a little odd. Most of the area is industrial, but with a smattering of single family residential and some new huge apartment buildings. The location is close to downtown San Antonio and close to freeways, too. It is not so close that it is noisy; the park is quiet. There are beautiful trees nearly everywhere. The park abuts Salado Creek and there is a paved walking trail that goes for miles along the creek. Utilities were good, with the possible exception of the Wi-Fi. The term "high speed" should not be taken literally when it comes to the it. Be sure and get a TV channel guide when you check in. We didn't get one in our packet and then we got the wrong one after that. Another thought - the dog park area is really really nice! There is also on-site propane and air compressor (for tires) at the park. We thought those were nice and convenient touches. We would definitely return to this park.
This park is about five miles outside of downtown Fredericksburg. Much of the park has mature trees, which provide shade for the RV sites. Most of the roads and sites are gravel, making for some dust. Sites are fairly large, but are all a little different from each other. The park borders a farm or two and there are farm animals to keep you company (on their side of the fence). Most of the park seems nicely maintained with excellent wifi and cable too. The pool did look a little green to us (maybe it was late in the season) and the laundry room needed a good cleaning. Staff seemed friendly and offered an evening of BBQ to the guests.
We liked this park! Negatives are that it is close to the road and you do get road noise. Another negative is that the gravel roads and sites get a bit dusty. This appears to be a newer park and everything is sparkling clean. There is a beautiful pool, a covered patio, nice laundry area, a TV watching room, and a fire pit area. Each site has a small tree (should be really nice when they grow) a cement patio with picnic table, and sites have small fences between them so you don't have to see your neighbor's sewer hose. The Wi-Fi worked great for us and free DVD use made up for the lack of cable. We found the owner and the office staff to be friendly and helpful.
Nice enough RV Park. We were disappointed because their web site makes it look far better than it really is. The park is clean, but a tad shabby. Roads and sites are gravel, making for some dust. Roads are wide and permit easy maneuvering. Utilities worked well; cable was excellent and Wi-Fi was decent. Many sites had 2 sewer hookups, making positioning easy. Good location near the center of town and old town Mesilla.
Great price for a well maintained park. It is plain but clean and well managed. Gravel sites with paved roads, a few trees here and there. Good utility hookups; Wi-Fi was a tad intermittent. The park is sited back off the road with minimal traffic noise. No cable, but lots of books and movies available to use.
Plus - park is super clean, has two beautiful pools, great laundry facilities, a restaurant, patio area, etc. There are lots of citrus trees with delicious fruit. Negative - it is a huge and very developed park devoid of any personality. Wi-Fi wasn't good unless you were close to the office. Cable TV is analog (poor reception). And a park this large should be socially responsible and have recycling!
If you like the desert, you will love this park. It is clean and well maintained. There is a lovely pool and spa, the cleanest laundry room ever, and a nice community room with a pool table, sofas, etc. There is lots of consideration for pets with multiple pet areas and even a pet grooming area! It is easy enough to navigate around. It has paved streets and gravel pads so there is very little dust. There is nice landscaping between sites and even a few trees here and there. Only negative is that Wi-Fi isn't great (sporadic strength in the connection) and the TV is only local channels.
Beautiful park in a grove of trees siding up to Oak Creek in Sedona. Fantastic location: feels like you are in the country, but you are just a couple of minutes from town. You are also just a couple of minutes from some great trails! The campground is beautifully maintained and it is a pleasure to be here. There is a variety of campsites to fit a variety of RV's. Our site was plenty big for our 35' RV, but we did have issues hooking up the sewer as the connections were at the very back of the site. This is not true for all sites and some spots are easier than others. Ours had a big tree in the back to deal with, but we liked the tree and just dealt with the sewer connection. Cable and Wi-Fi were a little spotty, but this park is just so great that it deserves a 9 anyway! The $53 was not a waterfront spot, but included $2 for our dog.
This is a very basic part. Small. The campground and road are gravel and there are some large trees. The office and public areas are very cluttered with personal property. We didn't use the bathroom or shower or laundry. There are no pet facilities. Utility hookups were good and the Wi-Fi speed was excellent. The campground backs to a park n ride, which makes for a good area to walk your dog. Watch the street access to the park; there is a small hill and then a dip. This caused us problems as our tow bar hit bottom. Highway noise is minimal at the back end of the park.
We first arrived just before dark and we were tired. We rushed to set up camp before dark, as the campground is set up on two tiers and some sites looked tricky at night. Our first encounter in setting up was a broken electrical panel cover. We called to let the office know and they told us that several were broken and they had no intention of fixing them - also that there was no cable and no Wi-Fi. We were unimpressed. We learned the next day that there was free Wi-Fi on the office patio and at a table set up in the laundry room. There were also free books and DVDs to use. This campground grew on us over time as there is direct walking access to gorgeous trails in the area, including Watson Lake. Despite some minor maintenance issues, we would stay here again. The sites vary considerably from one to the next. Ours was level, very private and nicely landscaped. The granite dells are absolutely stunning. There is almost no lighting in the park, so be sure and arrive before dark!
Urban camping for sure. Great if you want to be near all that the downtown and waterfront areas of Long Beach have to offer; walk to the aquarium, restaurants, shops, etc. But the sites are tight (not a surprise), and there is some road noise. The park is clean, clean, clean. There is a beautiful pool and hot tub, nice grass, pleasant landscaping. There is a big range of people here; there was a tiny camper parked next to a custom bus. Our space was easy to level and came with a nice picnic table.
This is a very nice park. It is clean and well landscaped. Spaces aren't large, but they are adequate and we didn't feel like we were scrunched right next to the neighbor. Management provided us newbies with help on backing into the site. There was a nice sports court, patio, videos, and some pleasant little extras. The pet area is unusual, but workable. It could use a little landscaping work.
This park is extremely well located. It is a short walk to the quaint downtown of Pismo Beach. It is also right behind the dunes on a beautiful sandy beach and sides to a waterfront lagoon. The park has good level sites (gravel/sand), nice paved roads, and very well maintained facilities. The pool is large and welcoming. The RV park store is well stocked and reasonably priced. The food at the park cafe is delicious (catered by a local restaurant). The laundry room is clean and is reasonably priced. Sites on the north end of the park are more generous than those on the south.