This campground is very peaceful, except for the train whistles and rail noise during the night. We noticed that there are more full-time residents than overnighters. I would guess when we were at the park there were only 10 to 15 spaces out of the 81 that were utilized for short-time or overnight stays. The park grounds are being maintained fairly well, but they could do better. The picnic tables need to be cleaned and painted. The laundry faciliites are clean with rates being very reasonable. The dog run is enclosed by chain-link fence. It is small, but adequate for small dogs. The town of Mt. Vernon is quaint and has some very nice restaurants, pubs and parks to visit. Grocery and drug stores are all a short drive from the RV park. A short list of these includes; Safeway, Walmart (Super), The Home Depot, and Michaels.
This campground was a pleasant surprise. Large concrete, pull through sites with grass separating each site. Tables with seats large enough to accommodate six adults. Quiet. Reservations are taken and a specific site reserved; however, if you decide to extend your stay you may be required to move to another site. Inconvenient, but understandable since they reserve sites. We had to do this twice. Very dog friendly park with large grassy area for them. They do not have an enclosed dog run yet, but we were told that it is in the works, so to speak. There are no trees for shade at the sites, but they have several in the park where you can walk your pets. The camp host was very friendly. The Napa Valley wineries are very close and give you an opportunity to savor the wines produced in the area. We certainly will be back again since we ran out of time for visiting them.
We stayed here a month this time and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. The facilities are well kept up. The work out room is top notch. Although they were not having all the monthly scheduled activities during our stay this time of year, they do have a full calendar starting in September. We will look forward to returning in the fall to participate. If you are looking for a park to stay in for the winter months, and you want to stay active and socialize, this is one of them. We highly recommend.
A wonderful, well kept park. We backed-in our rig right against a vineyard. Pretty grand we must say. The size of the sites were great. Trees have been planted, but are still young. Some of the sites were paved in concrete and others had pea gravel. The park is very dog friendly, with an enclosed dog run available. The site we were in was one of the premium sites and a bit expensive we thought. The staff was extremely friendly. They are in the middle of putting in a grand waterfall with lots of landscaping in the middle of the park. It will be a grand spectacle. They have a large social building, but did not have any programs going on during our stay. They have a very nice pool area with great lounge chairs. The laundry facilities were also nice and clean.
This is an old park right next to a freeway that needs some major updating. Pull through sites were narrow and you had to unhook your tow. Sewer connections were uphill and we are not quite sure why. Dogs were welcome, but only had flower beds to use. Quite a few full time residents that have been there for a long time. The staff was quite nice. However, we will not stay there again.