The road into Three Rivers, Ca. is a beautiful drive, lots of colors and green hills to look at. There’s a decent sized lake on the way in with fishing and boat rentals. The actual road to the campground is a bit narrow but manageable. We had an AMAZING river front spot with a full wood deck at the rear of our campsite looking at the river. It just doesn’t get better than this and our spot had newer 50 amp hook-ups with cable TV to boot! The Wi-Fi worked well, a wide variety of trees and birds, great soothing sounds of the river. The park staff was very friendly and a pleasure to deal with. I think of the place as an RV Oasis,
For a State run park this place is very clean with plenty of garbage cans and friendly staff. We had an ocean front spot with great views of the Pacific Ocean. There was a few noises families but I think it just depends on when you're here. The airport was noisy but we did manage to sleep ok. We would stay here again. (800) 950-7275
My experience was opposite from the others who have left comments, and we stayed here for 4 days for the 4th of July. We have a 36ft class A and had no problems getting into our spot or driving in/out of the park. The down sides of the park were, no TV reception, no cable, satellite unable to work, and only 30 amps. However there were things we really enjoyed. The air was very clean & clear, nearly 8,000 feet in elevation, lots of beautiful large pine trees, you can hike into the forest right from the campground. This is a small park which was a nice change from the large busy parks with people racing around all the time. The small park environment was very welcomed by us, the spots are larger than most. The staff is very friendly. And even though it's a small park, there was an added bonus of a Chevron/market at the front which carried supplies. Just a short 5 minute walk down the country road was a restaurant to eat at. Lakes nearby offer fishing, close to Bryce Canyon entrance and plenty of back roads to explore. We would definitely stay here again.
This place is basically a large asphalt parking lot at the sea with RV hook-ups sticking out of the ground. Not much to look at, but the location is good, very close to the ocean. I had to laugh when pulling into the campground and seeing a permanently parked roach coach that serves as a place to eat (not that I would eat there).
Very small, tight cramped spaces. The park is clean but noisy and it's a fairly long walk to the beach, you have to walk on a path that takes you underneath the train tracks and then through a park and across a street before you'll be on sand.