The atmosphere of this park is of staying in the low rent district. The sites were extremely tight and ours was littered with cigarette buts. The rules of the park while perfectly reasonable, were written in a very negative way, a long list of "don't do this or you will be asked to leave". We were between 2 unoccupied units that almost looked boarded up. We would not stay here again.
Large attractive and private sites in a lovely rural setting. Close to town, shops and restaurants. Trails on property were nice for walking the dog. Liked that they had a recycling area. Owners very friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay here again.
We were very pleasantly surprised with this park. It was right off the highway and there was a little noise, but it didn't bother us. The sites were a little tight with our slides out, but the shade trees and lots of grass were very inviting. They offered a nice dog park and they even had a food truck offering breakfast and lunch. They made a nice breakfast for us. We were in the area to visit family and this worked well for us. We would definitely stay here again.
This park offers the perfect overnight stop. It is conveniently located off the highway. We had a pull-through sight that was fairly level so that we didn't need to unhook for the night. Wifi service was excellent. Owners were very friendly and helpful. Two large dog runs were nice. There is a good RV accessible gas station about 1/2 block away.
Beautiful facilities and views. We had a pull through site for 2 nights with a lovely view of the mountains. We did not try the restaurant on-site, but did enjoy walking over to the winery to taste the local vintages. It was a little too cold while we were there to use the pools, but they looked very inviting. We enjoyed a day trip to Death Valley from the park. We would definitely return to this park.
We really wanted to like this resort more than we did. The all dirt roads and sites just meant everything was dusty. We didn't see the river at all as it was a hike from the campground or to access the walking trail required going 3 miles out to the main and going down a different road. We aren't fans of side-by-side hook-ups, but knew that is what they were. That said, with the park less than 20% occupied, why did they were they assigning everyone facing spaces? There were 2 tables for the 2 sites with only one side usable because they were touching and no place else to put them. We did an easy day trip to Lake Tahoe just because we didn't want to spend time hanging out in the dust.