This is a return trip for us this year. This is a great stop for us when on the way to or from southern cal. The weather for this week was forecast to be high 90s lo 100s. We arrived on a Thursday about 1pm and the receptionist was great. They put us in a site that had no shade, so before unhooking I went back to the office and asked if we could be moved to a site with at least some shade. They were expecting a lot of people for the weekend, but were able to find a great spot with two large trees. As stated in my previous review, the park is clean with some grass at every site, and a very large dog run. It's very easy on and off the Fwy., and gas and a grocery store close by. We left on Saturday morning and saw the park was full, only a site or two were open. This is a favorite park for people from the greater L.A. area as well as Bakerfield. So expect the weekends to be packed.
We arrived here about noon, this is easy to get in and out of, right off the I-5. Check in was quick and simple, they do charge $2 per day per dog. It is a very clean and well kept park. The sites are a bit tight but are separated by 6 foot hedges so there is plenty of privacy. We had a bayview (backin) site. We think that these are the best as you get a great view of the bay at sunset. Backing in can be tricky as the roads are narrow and sites are only about 24 feet wide. WiFi was difficult to log onto so we didn't use it. Even though they are dog friendly their dog runs are not very large and are meant for a dog no larger than a schnauzer. The good news here is that there is a great park right behind the resort which has a long walking trail and is right on the bay so we walked our dog there several times a day, he even got to swim in the bay as there is a small amount of sandy beach during low tide.
This is a good location for visiting the attractions in the area, It's close to a couple of feeder freeways to I-5, 210, 15. It's very easy to get to right of the 91. Check in was very quick and the office staff was friendly and helpful. It has a security gate which requires a card key for access to the park. This is a very large park with a lot of grass and open space. The RV sites are comfortably spaced and easy to get in and out of. The only real negative is that there is freeway noise day and night. We didn't spend much time at the park but did get a chance to walk the entire park with our dog. They have a gated pool and a large children's playground. I found the park to be very clean and well maintained. There are a few long term residents but they are spaced out and keep their sites clean. We would recommend this CG for anyone with rigs of any size. They do charge extra for dogs.
Saw this in a travel magazine and thought we'd try it, glad we did. We waited until after Labor Day and figured that the crowds will have left and we would almost have the place to ourselves. We arrived there on Sunday afternoon, check-in took about five minutes, the lady at the desk was very helpful and friendly. They escort you to your site with a little golf cart and make sure everything is OK. We had a back-in site; there was plenty of room to maneuver and get situated. The sites are nice and big so you're not on top of one another. We were the only ones in our section for the first couple of nights, then we ended up with two neighbors. This was never a problem. All the hookups worked great, the water pressure was a bit low at 38 psi. The Wi-Fi was not throughout the park; it was a hot spot by the laundry and office. The park was very clean with three maintenance guys out all day cleaning and fixing. The spots are mostly salt and pepper 1/4" gravel and are pretty level. There are NO open fires allowed, mostly due to the lack of rain in California everything is dry and ready to burn. This is a very nice park to enjoy the mountains, rivers , lakes, and wildlife.
I can't say enough good about this CG. The entire staff is extremely helpful and friendly. We had a back-in site at the very end of the property (25). The concrete pad was wide enough to accommodate my 33' trailer and dually. There is a large amount of grass for every site, and a path that goes all the way around the property. I'm guessing that it's about 2 miles. A shuttle comes by every 20 minutes. The place is spotless, they have an abundance of trash bins. There is a odd procedure, they empty out your black tank and give you a bottle of treatment they would like you to use. They recycle the waste water for irrigation. The pool and surrounding area is safe and great, the pool is very large and 4'6" at the deepest so it's child friendly. There is ping pong, foosball, a real putting green, a horse shoe pit, bocce ball. It's a great place for a family as home base for a visit to the gold country. We will make this a regular as it's only 1.5 hrs from home. The only negative is that there is no shade, this can easily be overlooked during normal summer weather, but we arrived there at 1:30 PM and it was 98 degrees. Needless to say, our AC worked overtime. Highly recommend this campground.
We had made reservations for a six night stay back in early June. We drove 170 miles, about 3.5 hrs to hear that they did not have our reservation. We received no reservation confirmation e-mail and no call or mail indicating that we had a reservation. Well, the two people behind the counter were extremely helpful and moved a bunch of future arrivals so we could have a FHU pull-through site. The park itself is small and the spots are reasonably flat and are pretty close together. The pads are gravel with a picnic table and traces of what used to be grass (draught killed it). This park is not family friendly. Kids are not allowed to ride any rolling toys and there is nothing for them to do. Once the park filled up, I could see why. There where trucks and toads everywhere. It would be very dangerous for kids to be out and about. The park is very dog friendly and there is a large community park behind the RV park to let dogs run. We noticed that the trash bins were all full and it was Thursday. The pick up was not till Monday so they were overflowing. The park is very clean and safe and is a good place as a home base for fishing, hiking, sightseeing, etc... There are tons of things to do here.
This is by far the nicest RV park we have stayed at so far. The check in was very simple and quick as there were three stations with each checking in campers. Getting to our spot was simple even though the place is huge. Getting into our spot was also very straight forward, there is plenty of room to get any size rig positioned correctly. The hook up station is great there is even a light in case people get there after dark. This park is right next to highway 101, but one would never know it, it is very quiet, clean and safe. There is security driving around at night in a golf cart. Every spot has grass, which they mow every other day it seemed. It appeared to us that there was a staff of about seven maintenance people. There is a large playground with a small water play area for kids, there is a nice large pool with lots of deck chairs. Their store is well stocked. The best part for us was that it was centrally located to places we wanted to visit, even Santa Barbara. I would highly recommend this place for several nights if your traveling up/down highway 101.
This is a nice quiet wooded park with easy access the a small stream. The spaces are compacted granite and are pretty level. We found that some of the spaces are very close together. We had one of these. When our neighbors pulled in with a 40' MH, our awning and their slide were about 6" apart. Needless to say we had no view. The mngr. was very accommodating by not putting anyone else in that spot. The WiFi and AT&T cell was great. Very pet friendly, our lab was allowed in most parts of the nearby stream. Great access to Sequoia. Also short drive to lake Kaweah.
This was the last stop in a two week road trip. This park is very clean with nice wide pull-throughs, the pads are concrete which extended to the picnic area. There was also a fair amount of grass so we could sit outside without feeling like we are on top of our neighbors. The staff is very friendly, courteous, and helpful. They have a nicely stocked store with emergency items. There is shade, but the full timers had it pretty much settled there. There are two pet areas, they are both fenced in and have pretty clean gravel. Somehow there was a couple that had two Rotweilers that didn't appear to be to friendly to our dog which is a large (140 lb) English lab. This is the main reason I gave it the rating I did. We would definitely return.
This is a nice quiet CG with level pull thru sites. There are a lot of large mature shade trees at most to the sites. There is a complete other section for a large number of full timers. The staff was very friendly and helpful. There is a nice pool area and playground. They have a large pet area. It's just a short walk to the river. Pretty area and we would camp here again.
We stayed here for two nights on our way back home from WA. This CG is quite a ways off of Hwy 101. It's nice and quiet and well kept. It has good size spaces with plenty of room for our total rig of 51'. There are lots of interesting places to explore around there. They were just cleaning the pool and painting the fence. There is a min golf course for kids as well as a small playground. The laundry was clean and had plenty of machines. There seemed to be no full timers here. The WiFi and cable worked pretty good.
This was our destination for this trip, we stayed here for four nights. The check in was pretty quick, the staff was friendly and helpful. We are not members of TT which meant that we are suppose to be in the "retail" section. We'll as luck would have it that part of the CG wasn't open at this time. We got to pick our spot! Driving through to the pull through spots I found that the road was narrow and the turns we're tight. We found a spot near the end of the road which also gave us a slight, very slight view of the water. Even this site was tight and required some maneuvering to get it right for room on both sides for our slides. Next was the leveling, the site was on a hill and required quite a number of leveling blocks. Later I noticed that all the sites near us had the same issue when it came to leveling. We spent a lot of time walking around the park with our dog (chocolate lab). First it's a heavily wooded area, it's reasonably well maintained. It's clean and safe. We spent a lot of time at the water which allowed dogs. We did hear from a few of the members that were camped around us that the retail area is really bad, I don't want to comment beyond that as we didn't use or see it. Would we come back here? If we couldn't find a different suitable place.
I only gave this a 7 because of the beautiful location. I mean it is right on the water. Don't let he pictures on their web site fool you; they only have two pull through spots that can accommodate large rigs. We have a 33' fifth wheel and even the pull through was tight. On top of that these spots are right off of 101, it's only about 50 feet to the edge of the highway. Also there is a small hydro-electric plant right across the street that hums all night. We used the laundry; it was nice and clean. It was a nice warm day so we sat on the edge of the property and just took in the beauty of the place. If you have a moderately sized rig, this is a good place. The staff was very helpful and accommodating. We won't return simply because we just don't fit.
This was the third stop on our way to La Conner WA., we followed highway 101. This is not far off the highway but it was far enough to be quiet at night. Unfortunately it rained most of our time there which was just one night. The check in was great and fast although we thought it odd that they only accepted cash. The grounds where clean and well kept. They have a large pet area. There is no shade and a number of full timers. There is a 9 hole golf course right on the property, but this should not be the reason to stay there. It would make a great base camp for exploring the area. The wifi worked good as did the cable. The spots are flat and level made of compacted gravel. We thought it was a little pricy considering the location.
This is a wonderful RV resort! The only reason it wasn't a 10 is because it's a bit of a tough road in if you go on Seven Devil Hill road. Even though it's paved and smooth, there are tight turns and steep downgrades. Our rig is 51' and we only drove about 30mph. The staff that met us was very friendly and helpful. We had a pull thru that was at the end and just steps away from the ocean. The beach is great as it allowed our dog, a large chocolate lab that loves water to run and play. Due to the time of year the place was empty and quiet which made it even more enjoyable. We will put this on our list of returns. We only stayed one night and wished we would have stayed a few more. We would recommend this to anyone.
We only spent one night on the the way to Washington. It was pretty easy to find. There are a lot of full timers in this park and some have a lot of stuff outside of their campers. The park was clean but one could see the wear and tear of time. It's more rustic than my wife and I care for. There is a nice large fenced in dog run and a children's playground. The staff was friendly and helpful. The grounds where wet and muddy in a number of areas and the grass at the sites is thin. They now charge $45/nite (in season), this is a bit pricey for what they provide.