Good campground for an overnight stop. Pull Thru sites and close to I-15. The park is also a mobile home park but that is kept separate from the overnighters. It is very clean and well kept. The only thing is a little freeway noise. It didn't bother us.
The park has two loops. The oldest loop has more trees and is closer to the lake. The newer loop has more grass and has larger sites. We stayed in the newer loop. The sites are large and there are some pull through sites. It is nice and clean and has lots of area to walk the dogs. There is a big Sports park across the street. It is a great urban campground. The lake is stocked. I did see people with nice stringers of fish.
This is a nice San Diego county campground with electric, water and a dump station in campground. Water pressure is not very good, but no problem taking a shower. Quiet campground. Verizon cell service does not exist. You can walk down to the lake. It is dog friendly.
Nice little campground along the Salmon River. We had a site with a deck over looking the river. Saw deer across the river grazing. The town has a couple of nice places to eat. Campground has grass and is well groomed.
Didn't like this campground. Some full time residents, can hear the trains and freeway. Kind of run down. If you have a big rig, the sites are real close together. Under new management and they say they have a lot of new upgrades coming.
Great campground to stay in to see East Glacier and Waterton NP in Canada. We stayed in the north loop the sites had more space between them then in the main part of the park. The have breakfast every morning and hot dogs and burgers in the evening. Wi-Fi slow because it is dish and not much bandwidth. Verizon phone worked great.
Campground river front sites are great, but not to many of them. It was quiet when we were there overnight as it was Labor Day. Wi-Fi did not reach the site but I had a Verizon card that worked fine. Campground is stepped up from the river. one row of campsites is above the next. Weather was HOT and HUMID. Campground was fine.
Great park to use to see Grand Canyon. Very close to the south rim. Pull through sites are great, enough room to put out a couple of rugs and chairs to relax. Verizon cell service and card worked great. Some shade. Saw deer every morning while I was walking the dog.
Nice campground. There are pull through sites so we didn't have to unhook the car for overnight. Sites are not very wide but adequate. Very clean and well groomed. Each site had a little piece of grass. Casino within walking distance. Katie's Restaurant inside the casino had good food.
Nice wide sites, Wi-Fi is available from AT&T if you are close to the Grocery store, not free. My Verizon cell and net card worked great. Great view of the ocean from the ocean view sites. There is a stairway down to the beach, nice clean beach and not busy, some surfers. Can't wait to go again.
It's all about the location, which in this case was perfect. It has all the necessary hookups to be able to go off and sight see everyday. If you are just going to "camp" I would look for something different. Sites are close together, but we never spent anytime sitting outside as we were sightseeing everyday.
Excellent campground. We had a no hookup site. There are only 32 sites that have hookups Lots of trees and shade. The site we had was large and had plenty of room. Close to the city of Big Bear. Verizon cell service and net card worked well.
This is a nice little park to get some R&R. If you looking to be entertained this is not the park but if you are looking for a place to go for walks and bike rides or just sit outside and read this is the place. Lots of trees and close to the lake.
Groomed sites, level, had a campsite on lake#7. Lots of water fowl around to watch. Friendly staff, grounds very well kept. Will stay there again. Wifi had excellant signal at the site. Site#48. No shade, but the temp was cool.
Very nice park, quiet. Lots of greenery, it is across from the marsh where lots of birds hang out. We saw lots of birds. The sites aren't real wide but good enough. Very nice state park, close to Morro Bay. We will go back
Nice place to camp if you want to be by the ocean. It has a little tree line between the sites and is not like a parking lot. It was kept nice and clean. PCH is close and so are the train tracks but we are city people so we didn't even notice. We are going again in a couple of weeks and than in a month or so. Both times we will have ocean front sites.
Great place. Packed over Labor Day Weekend. Easy access to the American River. We are going back next Memorial Weekend. Can go river rafting, they pick you up at the campground. Always something going on. We were on the river.
Great campground. You had your choice of whether you wanted to be near the activities or not. We chose not and it was nice and quiet. Lots of trees and friendly staff and campers. Campground layout is different but once you figured it out it was good. You picked your own campsite and then went back and registered. We stayed there on our RPI Preferred membership. We will be using it lots as it is local, two hours away and quiet and clean.
Very nice park, friendly staff. Wide sites, cement, grassy areas between sites. I really liked the little fences that hide the neighbors hookups. I don't know why more campgrounds don't do that. We wished we could have stayed there more than one night.
New park, nice and clean. All the sites have a grassy area, the hookups on each site has a little fence hiding them from the next site. I really liked that as I hate having to look at the next campers hookups and dump site from your picnic table. I was windy the night we were there.
I would have given them a higher rating but their website is really over the top on what the campground looks like. It is a desert campground, winds are likely. The sites have a cement pad to put your chairs on. The RV parks on gravel. No table, no fire ring, no BBQ grill. The website says it has a restaurant and mineral spa but I never saw them. It is and OK campground for $10.00 but nothing like the website indicates.
Great campgrounds, saw wildlife as in deer and birds. Eagles are there also but didn't see any. We had a level site away from the lake. There is a store and marina for boats. Beautiful area. We are going back in October and camping on the lake.
We camped up on the ridge, and the view was awesome. It can get windy up there, but that was okay. The rest of the campground is at lower elevation and didn't get the winds. We stayed at the top for more privacy. Lots of activities for the kids which is another reason we stayed out of the way. We liked it a lot ,and we go back on a regular basis as we live within three hours. Gravel sites. No water pressure as it is gravity fed. We used on board water to take showers.
Great state campground. We stayed right on the river. Almost everyone in the park was fishing. The site was level and right next to a sandy beach on the river. If you want a resort not the place to stay. I you like piece and quiet and nice scenery then it is the place to stay. We are going to make it our Thanksgiving campgrounds.
We spent Labor Day Weekend. Lots of wooded area on Rollins Lake. Saw a couple of deer come by the campsite one night. Great place. It has a marina to launch boats and for swimming, a small grocery store. We will be going back.
Great area to camp. The sites are close together but the area is beautiful. No generators are allowed at any time. We made sure we had electric hookup. We will be going back again. I would have given it a 10 if the sites were further apart and if you could use generators. Generators would give you access to more of the park.