We spent a week here and found the park to be, overall very satisfactory. The spaces are twenty feet wide and at least fifty feet long and all concrete. They are very level and have privacy hedges between each space. The grounds are very clean and well landscaped and the toilets, showers and laundry are immaculate. The park is very pet friendly and they even have a grassy area where dogs can be let off leash. The location is great for visiting Monterey for a day trip. The staff was also very friendly and helpful. The only negative is that the park seems to be at least fifty percent long term and a few of the long term rigs are starting to become iffy. Overall that is not a problem however as the short term spaces tend to be away from the long term spots. We would return here.
We stayed here for one night on our way to Tucson from NorCal. We were very impressed with the size of spaces, the cleanliness overall and the facilities. The village has a lovely pool and spa, very clean restrooms and showers and laundry. The staff was very accommodating and friendly. I gave it a nine rather than a ten as I felt that $42 with the Good Sam discount was a bit pricey as most California RV resorts are. We would return here again.
This place is almost scary it is so pristine. The pads are perfectly level concrete and the sites are double wide with lawns and concrete patios. The feeling you get, is that you are in the middle of an upscale neighborhood, not RV'ing. The facilities are immaculate and there is even a lake with a fountain in it. It is pet friendly with a smallish dog park. The Good Sam rate of $45 per night includes a round of golf for two for each night here. They also provide free Wi-Fi and cable TV. I rated this a ten since it was perfect physically. However, in my opinion it was too perfect.
We were coming back to NorCal from Tucson and were looking for a campground beyond Palm Springs. When we looked at the areas we would have preferred to stay in, such as Redlands, we found nothing and were forced to back track to Beaumont. As you will see when you read other reviews, there are differing opinions on this place. Our opinion is that this is a place in decay with little or no upkeep visible. It is also appears to have become primarily an RV storage yard for the locals to use. There are also some run down full timers living here. They provide free Wi-Fi but no cable TV. For a one night stay it sufficed, but I cannot imagine staying there longer than necessary. The price of $35 for Good Sam rate and $2.00 for our dogs was in my opinion, $10 too high.
We stayed here for a week trying to get some sunshine on our bones. The temperature was very nice but the wind blew a great deal of the time and was very annoying. The resort is really a 55+ retirement village with several sites in the middle of the community for RV'ers. The place is very clean and the facilities are excellent. They also have daily activities for the residents and RVers. The spaces are the widest I have ever seen (almost triple wide). The staff (especially one) was very friendly and the weekly Good Sam Rate of $35 per night was very fair. The only knock off, was that I never felt the place was very pet friendly. The spaces that allow dogs are on the perimeter only and you must take your dog through a gate and outside the park into a wash area to walk it.
We stayed here two nights. One going from California to Tucson, and one returning. The place is a real " gem " out in the middle of no where. It is very clean and modern with all facilities including pool and spa. The staff is extremely friendly and accommodating and it is very pet friendly. The sites are double wide and very spacious and overall the place is very attractive. They also provide ninety minutes of free Wi-Fi for every ten hours. The only drawback to the place is that there is nothing to do here for an extended stay. The Good Sam price of $25 is hard to beat!
We stayed for four nights in Dec., and rec'd a very good off-season rate. The park is lovely, nestled in Coastal Redwoods, with a very friendly staff. The space sizes are quite generous and the park is an easy drive into Felton and Santa Cruz. We checked out the two neighboring parks for future visits and found Cotillion Gardens the nicest of the three. One drawback that we didn't think was important at the time of booking, was no laundry facilities in the park. We had quite a bit of rain and with two adults and two dogs, we used all our "junk" towels trying to get clean and dry. Our bath towels couldn't dry out either, so we ended up spending several hours in town at the laundromat. This is the first park we've stayed in that had no laundry room, but I quickly learned what a convenience it is to simply walk from the trailer!
We are new to RVing, so when we read all the wonderful reviews of PCV, we were very excited. Our excitement was short lived however, when they put us in the last row (Sites 360+) which we understand used to be the tent area. There is a MAJOR difference in sites within the park, both in size and in overall niceness. Our site was so cramped, we put the picnic table over the top of the fire ring just to make room for two camp chairs. Even with that, we were sitting right next to the front bumper of our truck.The site was so narrow that one has to choose between dropping your awning or parking your vehicle as you can't do both. If it's possible to have them guarantee a specific spot when a reservation is made, which they did not for us, we might go back. Otherwise, the chance of being crammed in like sardines is not an option. Other than our less than acceptable site, the park is nice, the facilities are top-notch. Access to the beach is one if the their best features.
We agree with other reviews regarding the beauty of the campground and the the horrible septic connection. We stayed one night, passing through on our way to Oregon, so we didn't use any of the facilities. The traffic noise from Hwy 101 was VERY loud and we had trucks using their "Jake" or "Compression" brakes all night long! The rates were the highest we paid during our two-week road trip, surprising for this time of year. Also, they were the only RV Park we stayed in that charged a fee for Wi-Fi. We were assigned a camp site directly under an oak tree and were bombarded with falling acorns the entire night. Not a lot of sleep available in this campground.
This is a newer park and because of that the landscaping is very sparse and immature. The sites are short for a truck trailer combo and we were barely able to stay within our site. The park is on an exposed hill top and is very windy and cold in October. Rates at $33 winter were very high in comparison to the other parks we stayed at on this trip. Facility is very clean overall.
After some bad experiences with previous RV Parks, we weren't sure a 9/10 rating would be possible, but here it is. This was like camping in a park, with manicured lawns, trimmed trees and a real sense of being outside. We enjoy seeing the stars at night and prefer a little darkness opposed to flood lights and bright coach lights glaring into our space all the time! Ideally located for some great wineries and shopping just down the road. We took our dogs to the adjacent park and since it was October, we had no problems. Beautiful river walk in the Regional park also. Very friendly owner, we stayed an extra, unplanned night because it was so pleasant. The rates were very low for this time of year and for a park of this quality.
First the good news! Depoe Bay and the neighboring cities are beautiful and the area, itself is lovely with spacious beaches. Now for Fogarty Creek RV Park. The park is mainly for year round residents and while most of them are well maintained, some are not. The spaces for the over-nighters are in the middle of the park surrounded by the previously mentioned year round lodgings and are exposed on all sides with very few trees. The feeling is like that of being on stage with little or no privacy. The cement slabs are in a direct line with each other and if you don't have either a front or back slab but rather a middle slab I have no idea how you would be able to place your trailer. The park has absolutely no personality and we would not return.
This RV park is beautifully located just a short drive or walk to a stunning beach. The park, itself is very clean and the sites are spacious with each site having a small patio and deck for the picnic table. The grounds are very well kept and nicely landscaped. The staff was exceedingly friendly and helpful. The rate was one of the lowest we paid over the course of a two week road trip. We would highly recommend this park and can't wait to go back for a longer stay.
This is a beautiful campground amongst towering trees and lots of lush plants. It is very clean and well maintained with clean toilets and showers. It is pet friendly and the park rangers are very friendly and helpful. The sites have electricity and water but no septic. However, there is a dump station in the campground just before you exit. The sand dunes are great fun to walk on and the dune buggies are confined to their own area so as not to be a problem. My only complaint might be that since we were there in early October and it is in towering pines our camp site was very cold and damp.
We were put in a black-top parking lot with a few trees, right next to the train tracks. The "park" is in a less-than-desirable neighborhood with ill-kept homes in the permanent resident's area. We tried two different cable boxes, but couldn't get service. When checking out, I was told the charge on the boxes must have expired. Really bad service!