I was pleasantly surprised at this park. It's pretty nice. There are 2 playgrounds and plenty of open space. The sites are a nice distance from each other. The security seems good. It is certainly the closest campground to Riverside. There are a lot of birds there, some aggressive geese too. We would stay there again. All in all not a bad place. We only used the bathrooms once and they were clean. We didn't use the showers.
I'm giving this park an 8 rating, simply for the beauty of the place. There are no amenities. Make sure you bring in water. You can run your generators 3 times a day for 2 hours. We had no phone service, but that's really the point. The sites are fairly narrow, and not a level spot in the campground. We were in 25 and it was very nice. The kid loved climbing the rocks. We would definitely stay here again.
Really nice park. We camped over labor day weekend and it was packed. Nice pool, jacuzzi and playground. Close to El Capitan. It is beautiful and you can get ocean view sites from the upper level. Definitely expensive and I'm sure we payed a premium because it was a holiday weekend. About 20 minutes back to Santa Barbara. We would stay here again.
This is a nice park. Typical KOA, but well kept. I think we were the only people here, as it is still a little early in the season. It was quiet, and dark! Bathrooms were in good shape. Clean but not updated. Easy access from the freeway. Nice little playground and an enclosed dog run for the mutts. We would stay here again.
This is a really nice park. It is tucked way back off the I-70. But it's quiet and very lovely. There is a nice trail to walk around and the campground was well kept. We only stayed one night, and did not have reservations but the camp host was able to get us in. Not terribly big. We didn't use the restrooms, so I don't know about the facilities. Nice place to stop. We would stay here again.
This park is disgusting. It is flanked by a waste treatment plant, the freeway, and railroad tracks. You have to drive through a really shady neighborhood till you get to the park and this place is no better. It is a trailer park, not a campground and not an RV park. The restrooms are disgusting. The whole place is terrible and depressing. We stayed one night because it was the closest we could get to Chicago. Lost all our money, the manager said a check would be waiting for me when we got home and it has never arrived. DO NOT STAY HERE. Just keep on going. Worst place ever. My family and I traveled 20,000 miles last year in our Airstream and this was by far the worst RV park we visited. Doesn't even deserve one star.
We tried to get into Pfeiffer State Park first, but our trailer did not fit. So, we moved on and found this campground. It's not bad, but it's rather primitive. I have to agree with the other reviewers, paying nearly $60.00 and not having full hook-ups is too much. We had no phone reception down there either. The playground was nice! And we used the restrooms, but not the showers and they were pretty clean. I don't think we'd stay here again. But at least they had space available.