This park has it all. On-site restaurant, excellent bathroom and shower facilities, two pools, laundry facilities, real table and chairs at each site, friendly office people, excellent location near the highway, and a Camping World next door. But with all of this, my favorite feature was the orange, grapefruit and lemon trees that I could pick the fruit off and enjoy! If you are looking for a good restaurant off-site, just a few blocks away is Cattle Town, offering excellent steaks!
Did not care for this campground. Thought it was very overpriced, especially for the partial hook up space I requested, which was in a totally isolated, all dirt area, quite far from the bathrooms. The walk to the bathrooms required climbing down wooded and slippery slopes (no trails) unless you wanted to take an even longer route to walk via the road. From what I could see the full hook up spaces were right on top of each other. I was very surprised it was a KOA, but I understand that is a new affiliation, that it previously had been a private club. On the way back from Yosemite I stayed in a very nice hotel in the next town, Oakhurst, for just a little extra a night! One positive note was that when I arrived, the evening staff were friendly and helpful. Bathrooms were okay.
No services whatsoever, but when you can park 100 feet from the ocean for such a reasonable price, there isn't much to complain about! The beach is beautiful. Trains go by but the sound of the surf is so loud that you can't really hear them. There's no dump here, but there is one that you can use for free at a nearby park. Make sure to ask the ranger before you leave and he or she will direct you there.
One of the most beautiful places to camp! No hookups, so bring a charged battery and a full water tank. Make sure to have all your food in the cabinets. If you have a hard sided RV (no pop-ups) you'll be able to keep your food inside, rather than have to move everything into the bear safes. Reservations are necessary on weekends. There is a dump at this site. You can park your rig and use the park shuttle to get around.
The park has incredible views of the pacific ocean. I'm not sure of it's status since the fires. I was here right before this happened. The on site staff were very helpful to this new RV'er who had lots of questions. The college students hired to work in the office were less friendly. The bathrooms were okay. They could have been cleaner, but were acceptable. Plenty of space between sites.
A very nice park for travelers going through Bakersfield. The showers and bathrooms were spotless. Excellent restaurant on site. Wifi was strong. Staff were friendly and helpful. It's primarily a parking lot, but they've made a real effort to put green space between every spot and there's a beautiful pool, hot tub and gym. The only criticism I have is that the sites have gravel that tracks into the rig.