This is a beautiful, sparkling clean, well-managed park with friendly and helpful staff. The large concrete sites are level, and many are shaded with big oaks. A very nice screened pavilion with seating for at least 60 people, a large bar area with a sink, perfect for serving food and then cleaning up, a huge grill and gas heaters make it wonderful for camping groups. There's also a floating dock, boat ramp, fire pit with seating, and a covered pavilion right on the river. One of our group stayed in the cottages, and they are tastefully furnished, very clean, and well-equipped. The wi-fi worked well in the park. We loved our stay here and will definitely return.
This is a great park. The owners are very helpful and friendly. We always feel good, staff can make up for lots of other things. At this park, everything is good though. The sites and roads are all gravel and level and there are trees for some limited shade, which will improve as they grow. The wifi was free and worked well. Everything is clean and nice and there's a well stocked camp store. There are lots of activities and a very good game room and indoor pool. On the weekends they serve a hot, delicious, $3 breakfast. We had planned to go on to a KOA much further away from the caverns, but stopped here and are so glad we did. We would definitely stay here again.
This park is on a red clay hillside with very little gravel in the sites and if there's any moisture, you'll have to leave your shoes outside or face terrible, permanent carpet stains from the sticky clay that will mound up on your shoes. We had to use 4 wheel drive to get into our site because of the way the sites are positioned--but not all sites are as difficult. The bathroom by the pool and rec. room was filthy, but the upper one by our site was clean. The staff is curt and acts as if they couldn't care less if you ever return--which we won't be doing, even if we do come back to Yosemite. I called for reservations and was rudely told to "hold on", while I heard the clerk carry on a lengthy conversation with a camper. I finally gave up after using way too many cell minutes and made reservations online--but beware, if you make them online, they're totally non-refundable which was not a problem for us--just a warning. We needed quarters for the dryers to finish up our laundry and asked to buy a roll. The clerk told us we'd have to drive to Groveland to get quarters. Apparently the campground doesn't own the machines and they don't care whether you can use them or not. While it's probably not the worst campground we've seen, we have been on the road for 6 weeks all over the West and have stayed in so many wonderful ones that this one was very disappointing. On a positive note, they did offer free wi-fi and had very basic cable.
We found this park to be very nice. To respond to some of the earlier criticisms, there are lots of trees, but appear to be well trimmed--we had no problem with trees scraping our fifth wheel and there were lots of big rigs staying here. The sites are shady and of ample room. We didn't feel like we were looking into the unit next to us. The sewer hookups were very new looking pvc type openings that our hose fit in perfectly. It's a beautiful, rural park that is a destination RV resort, chock-full of activities, including sheep and goats in a petting zoo, a pool, a great rec room, nightly movies, etc. None of that mattered to us since we were there to sightsee, but may account for the expensive rates. That, along with the cost of CA real estate, of course. We haven't found any bargains anywhere in California! There were lots of children here so if you're an isolationist, stay at a state park. We were not bothered by noise and enjoyed being awakened by birdsong every morning. Cable TV is included in the rates and we had GREAT free wi-fi. Typical of KOAs, it's got lots of workampers so you never know what the staff might be like, but we found them all to be helpful. It's a great park and we would stay here again.
This is a beautiful and well maintained park with the friendliest and hardest working owner and employees we've met on our travels. They had some wi-fi glitches while we stayed, but very cheerfully continued to work on getting it up and running. It's sure to be one of our favorite parks. Would highly recommend staying here.
This is a very clean park with super nice owners. The earlier reports about the road through the park are no big deal. It's no different than any park on a small residential street. We didn't have any problems with road noise. The wi-fi is excellent and cable is included with the price. It's very convenient to many sights and there's a great store across the street with anything you could want in it--a combo grocery, clothing, and hardware/sporting goods store. The owners have it nicely landscaped. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a really nice park with lots of green space and shade trees. As someone said earlier, the sites are a little close, but not terribly so. The owners are very pleasant. The park is sparkling clean and the laundry facilities are excellent and reasonably priced. There's a good game room for the kids. We would highly recommend a stop in this park. Free wi-fi was available and was fast.
A wonderful park very near to town. The owners are so helpful and pleasant. The sites are a little close together, but it doesn't feel crowded, maybe because of the trees in the park. Many sites have concrete pads. We camped on gravel with a concrete patio. Most sites look level. Very clean and well managed. Would definitely stay here again. They take checks or cash only, no credit cards. Their wifi is available in or near the office only, but there is city-wide wifi available for $6.95/day that works very well throughout the campground.