Fun place to "camp" for the weekend. I paid 120 a night after tax for a preferred spot with a local discount. Worth the money in my opinion. They had a live cover band each night that was great. The park is very secure with lots of helpful employees around. The only ding I'm giving them is the free for all running of children through the park. Be careful getting in your spot and out and there's nothing to worry about after that. They have a nice private beach and plenty of water toys to rent. They also rent bikes and such if you like. They have a BBQ restaurant, ice cream shop and fully stocked, reasonably priced (for a campground) store. They also have an ATM available. There was also scheduled activities like dodgeball, which was a huge hit for all ages. If you're looking for peace and quiet this isn't the place. If your looking for a big party type atmosphere for the whole family look no further!
I am currently staying in this park and really like it. I have room to put the truck next tot he trailer and still have room to enjoy the little patio. Not sure on the daily rate as I paid for the month. There are some long term people but you wouldn't know it unless you really looked closely. The showers and laundry room are all very clean and the clubhouse is also nice. Overall a very nice park. I noticed the freeway noise but it was never loud enough to be a nuisance. The staff are also very helpful. Would stay here again given the opportunity.
I give it a 7 for the view. Your door is right on the sand. The park was almost empty this time of year and the weather was nice. The spots further down have better access to the ocean, some of the coastline is rocky at the north end of the campground.
We stayed in the full hook up section for two nights to check out the area. A very nice park to use as a base to go do other things. We went into Solvang and checked out Danish Days. I don't fish and the lake allows no human contact so bring your boats and fishing gear! The lake views are nice but unless I start seriously fishing I don't see a reason to go back.
Nice park but no full hook ups and as tight as the park seemed we didn't try and dump before we left. We had a nice back in spot on the river. The sites are set amongst huge redwoods that make the place seem smaller than it is. Highway noise from Hwy 1 can be heard all day but it quiets down in the evening. I felt it was a little pricey but the scenery was nice. No Wi-Fi or cell coverage so if you want a get away from it all experience you'll get it there. Coming up from the south on Hwy 1 is a bit of a pain but if you're coming from the north the drive isn't bad at all.
Great place to spend a couple days on the beach. It would have gotten a 10 if it had any amenities besides the location. We had to take two spots (30ft trailer) but it was worth the extra money. The boardwalk in Morro Bay is nice and the food at the restaurant on the north end where the road curves sharply to the right had good food. Morro Rock was also nice and you can drive right up to it if you want. I would imagine that the park is packed all summer. The park this time of year was practically empty, no reservations required. I'd go back there for sure.
Nice campground right on the ocean. I'd rate it higher but there aren't any real amenities besides the view and there was some stuff stolen from other campers while we were there. We chose a "wall" site, but the back in sites are pretty nice as well.
Camping here now and using the Wi-Fi from my trailer before bed. The park is clean and eerily quiet for a city dweller. The full hook up spaces are nice but the connections could be better placed. That is my only gripe about the site. Great time of year to visit with weather in the 80's and flowers blooming. Park was sold out so reserve early for this time of year. If the connections were in the middle of the site I'd give it a 9.
Basically a nice parking lot with full hookups. Staff and the people we were next to were very nice. Didn't partake in any amenities. This would be a good place to stop if you don't want to be in the middle of town but still close enough to see the sights. Not a lot of kids around but there were a few.
Nice KOA park near Bear Lake. We had a pull through site that was nice and clean. I forgot my regulator, the guy checking me in was nice enough to walk me over to the store that was closed for the season and sell me another one. The park wasn't very full and we had our pull through spot to ourselves.
Nice enough parking lot right on the ocean. This was the first place we took our new trailer. It's basically a parking lot on the beach. Gen. use is OK from 8 to 8 or so. There are some fire rings on the beach and fires are allowed in containers at the campsites. Front row backs up to the sand. They also offer day use for a quick getaway. Probably not big rig friendly due to limited space size. AT&T wifi available at the lifeguard tower. We like it enough to return for Christmas. Hard to rate any higher for a parking lot.
Nice park. Had deer walking through the campsites in the morning. The park is clean and centrally located in Yellowstone. We thought it was a great base from which to explore Yellowstone. The spaces weren't huge but were adequate for my 30' TH.
Nice park. We stayed there two nights and enjoyed the quiet. They have a rec room with a few games and plenty of things around the park for kids to do. Catch and release fishing is available from the pond. It's only about a mile from Bates Nut Farm which has a huge pumpkin patch in October as well as a craft festival. The pull through sites weren't really pull through. We opted to back out of ours rather than negotiate the trees. The dump station is up by the pool snd not the most convenient.