This campground is quite a trip from the main road. We camped out of season, so it's self check-in. Don't pay at the main station, wait until you get into the RV campground to pay. The campground is like a parking lot with wide spaces. Picnic tables are two feet apart, so you should like your fellow campers. We saw several hawks and heard coyotes at night. It is a nice California State campground, but we're used to camping in Oregon where each site is very private. Since it's so far from the main roads, we probably will not return.
This park is new but very nice and clean. The sites are level and well maintained. The office staff is accommodating and coffee and muffins are offered in the a.m. Their WiFi signal is very strong despite previous reviews, but our site was close to the office. We stopped here for one night. The view is beautiful in the fall with all the trees changing colors. It is close to I-5, but no road noise. They even gave our dog two doggie doo bags with dog biscuits.
This is a very nice campground. We found the staff to be very accommodating and helpful. We stayed two nights to catch up with laundry and sleep. It is close to Hearst Castle. This is an expensive resort, but the bathrooms were beautiful and very clean. The employees are always cleaning and caring for the sites. There are two fenced dog areas--one on the bottom level and one at the upper level. The sites were level, WiFi was good, and overall we enjoyed our stay.
Very friendly, accommodating staff. This is the best campground we've ever stayed at, and we've stayed at several. They are excellent with lots of extras. It's new so the trees are small, but so nice and clean. I highly recommend this campground to anyone who appreciates the finer things in life.
Nice friendly staff and very accommodating. Very quiet and met several nice people camping. Fenced dog play area needs improvement, but adequate. WiFi worked well most of the time. They have lots of cable channels available. We stayed one night but would have liked to have stayed one more. It's far enough off the highway where you don't hear any noise. We would definitely stay here again amongst the redwoods. Sites fairly level--some have tables and fire rings, but ours just had a cement slab, which is ok for a one-night stay.
This is a very nice campground with trees and vegetation for privacy. The sites are large enough for the big rigs as well as a tow vehicle and tent. The fire pits are actually an old washer tub, but they work very well for their purpose. The staff is friendly and accommodating. Some of the sites are easier to pull in than others, but I haven't seen anyone with any major problems. This campground is clean and the rules are strict to enforce this. The directions via map quest are incorrect; you turn left (if southbound) on Tregoning Lane. The highways 1 and 271 are very curvy and have drop-off cliffs, but it is a beautiful drive but not for the faint at heart, like me. I'm glad we came, but because of the very curvy roads and drop offs, I'm not coming back.
This fits the standard of Oregon State parks. We have camped at several and love them all. The rangers are sharp and accommodating. The sites on B loop have lots of trees and vegetation, so there is a lot of privacy. C loop was closed for renovation. We only camped one night, so we didn't tour the entire campground, but what we saw was very clean and well kept. The sites are fairly level and access was easy. I can't say enough for Oregon State Parks, they are truly one of the best places to stay if you like real camping. I only rated it a "9" because nothing is totally perfect, but this is close.