This is the cleanest campground I've been to in an long time. Every campsite is concrete. The staff was extremely friendly. We were surprised do find out they were having a free breakfast for all the campers. Apparently they do something special once a month. One of their employees escorted me to my site and guided me in. I could hear the 15 freeway but it wasn't annoying. The sites do not have picnic tables so you will need to bring your own. I stayed over the Memorial Day holiday and payed $70 per night. After the holiday the rate dropped down to $59 per night.
This was our first visit to this campground. We stayed in the RV section that has full hookups. Everything in this campground, including the pads, are sloping towards the lake. The pads that are parallel to the lake are level whereas the pads that are perpendicular to the lake are sloped. This isn't an issue for trailers but is for motorhomes. The lake is a five minute walk away and there are bike trails around the campground and along the lake. Be sure to stop at the North Shore Cafe in Fawnskin for a hamburger.
This is a nice, peaceful campground. I camped here 10 years ago in a tent trailer and remembered there were many trees. Now that I have a 37' motorhome I pay attention to the trees. I didn't have any issues with the trees on the way to my site or the dump station. Just be sure to have an extra set of watching eyes. Some of the sites are very small and the campground may try to put you in a spot that is too small. Be sure to tell them if you have slideouts. There is a nut farm 1.5 miles to the East and a golf course 1 mile to the west.
We needed a place to spend the night and called this campground. We told them we would arrive after they close and were told to call them on the intercom box by the front gate and they would let us in. When we arrived we tried the intercom and cell phone and nobody answered. After traveling down a two lane road for a few miles I finally found a place to turn around. Ended up spending the night at the next rest stop. I'm sure this is a fine campground to stay at as long as you arrive when they are open.
Great park when riding the train to the Grand Canyon. The only problem is if you check in late you can't get the access card to get into the restrooms and laundry area. This park also requires that your sewer hose must be on a ramp and not sitting on the ground. They said this is an Arizona law.
This is an older campground with tight spaces and limited parking for extra vehicles. The staff was nice and friendly and allowed me to stay two hours past the checkout time. If you need a place to spend the night, Its OK, but I wouldn't want to spend much time there.
This is a nice, clean, quiet campground with large sites. The staff was friendly and helpful. The pull-through sites are arranged in such a way that your front door will face your neighbors front door. A good feature if you camp with friends. There is fishing but you must purchase a $6.00 license from them. The lake was last stocked in March so there weren't any fish to be caught. Since you are down near the Santa Ana River you will need your bug spray. I will go back again because it is so close to home.
This is one of the nicest campgrounds I have been to in a while. The spaces are very spread out so you are far away from all your neighbors. At night it was very peaceful. The only downside was some of the trees needed to be trimmed because my antenna would hit them. There is a field of cows to the east so don't camp here when there are off-shore winds. The Southern most sites have a wonderful view of the valley.
Stayed for the weekend. Very quiet and peaceful. This seems to be a popular spot for fishing. The campground is flat so it is a good place for bike riding. There is a store and cafe. I would go back again.
I stayed here once before and enjoyed the stay. I couldn't get the wifi to connect. The office said there were no other reported problems so it must have been me. We were able to checkout one hour later than usual without a problem. There is a great breakfast place to eat just down the walkway to the beach on the corner of the park. I would stay again.
We made reservations month ago and asked if they, the campground management, could move us closer together as cancellations occurred. When we showed up we had two sites next to each other. They get a 10 for that. The sites we were assigned were converted tent sites with only gray water drains. One of the sites had a light pole on it which made it difficult for our friends to park their trailer. The beach is an easy, short walk away. There aren't many places to ride bikes to so I would leave them behind next time. There is a trolley that takes you around town for $.50 a ride or $2.00 for all day.
We only spent the night here while traveling cross country. The pads are all decomposed granite and mostly level. The cable tv had static. The campground was old but well maintained. Close to interstate (but far enough to not hear it) makes this campground a place to stay again when passing through El Paso.
This is a very clean, quite campground. The free wi-fi wasn't working due to a Time-Warner problem. We stayed two night while visiting the Houston Space Center. All the pads were concrete. The cable tv worked great. I would return again if staying in the area.
We only spent the night here while traveling cross country. The pads are all concrete with cable tv. The campground looks very new. Clean, secure and close to interstate (but far enough to not hear it) makes this campground a place to stay again.
The campground host suggested I park in site #3 that is a pull-through. This was a fantastic site. We had a grassy hill just outside our door. It was our own private backyard. My son and I went golfing at the The Creek Golf Course that is about a quarter mile down the road. The dump station was a little tight but our 29' trailer made it. I would return if I was camping in the area. Great campground and golf course.
Overall this was a nice campground. They had electrical problems so I needed to run the generator for the A/C to work. The problem was not campground's fault it was with the power company. They did let my son and I golf for free since the power was out. I didn't arrive until about 2:00 a.m. and there was a guard present to check us in. I would stay again if I was in the area.
This is a very nice park located in the middle of a quiet neighborhood. It turns out the campground was there first and the homes were build around it. I had tire problems and showed up a day late and they didn't charge for this missed night. I'm not sure if this is a plus or a minus but they didn't want me to arrive after 10:00 p.m. so I stayed at a Cracker Barrel. The wi-fi worked perfectly. If I needed to camp in the area again I would return.