Park was very clean. Restrooms were clean but had a distinct odor. Odd "pull through" spaces that required you to drive through what most folks would consider the "Front Yard" of their campsite. Over the air TV reception is better (surprisingly) than the available cable connection. Convenient shuttle inside the park down to the casino by calling the operator for a pickup. Electrical posts and water connections were new.
Beautiful setting. Park was very clean, staff was friendly, power was good. Two negatives and one observation: 1) Shared dump station is a) very slow to drain, took over 30 minutes to dump tanks and b) is set in a vault about 2 feet below ground level. Difficult to access. 2) Nighttime lighting of the roads is non-existent. Admittedly I'd prefer to never arrive after dark. This time I did and I couldn't even see the road to the campsite, let alone any obstacles. Damaged my motorhome. 3) Very spotty cell service for ATT. Not the parks fault, just an observation. The area and river are beautiful. I'll be taking the family back (arriving well before dark!)
Great park. Stayed in site 67, which is a deluxe pull through site, full hookups, with concrete and a grass area on the side of the rig. Close to the office and pool. We were down in the lower part of the park, so it was quieter than the upper section which borders Route 46. The park was spotless and well run. The Ravine water park is within easy walking distance from the park and is a great place to visit with the kids. The Ravine water park is a seasonal park, so call before you go if you intend to use the water park. We didn't have an opportunity to do any wine tasting tours as we were in town for a wedding, however the park is very close to numerous winery's and and we saw several different tour companies coming through to pick up and drop off. The area is beautiful and I'd recommend a trip up the Silver Horse Winery for the scenery (the wine is great too, had a wonderful Cabernet at the wedding). We will be back.
Great beach campground with easy access. Stayed in site 58, which is a pull through. Had plenty of room. Campground was well kept with maintenance people in clear view. Only minor bummer was the new "surf berm" that was apparently put in place due to a high swell that swamped some campsites. It blocked the view of the ocean.
Dry camping only. There are "sites" which have a fire pit, barbecue and a covered picnic table. Dirt bike, ATV and UHV riding heaven. Also a well known location for sailplanes, remote controlled planes and cars as well as time trials. Day use fees have gotten quite high at $15/day, $30/week.
Park was clean and well managed. We were escorted to our site (one of the "Premium Pull-Throughs" as all others were booked). We also purchased propane (price was high but access was easy). All hookups were in good condition. Water had a strong chlorine smell. Wi-Fi was good, though signal was a bit weak. The park is within reasonable walking distance of Disneyland. The ART (Anaheim Resort Transit) stop is across the street at America's Best Value Inn and services Disneyland, Anaheim GardenWalk and several other places within Anaheim. Purchase ART passes online (http://www.rideart.org/) before going to the park as the nearest kiosk for purchase is at Disneyland (they don't sell the passes at the RV park). There is a Self Service RV Wash available, along with a heated pool, camp store, very minimal arcade and small pet park. All were clean and well maintained. Overall a good place to land when visiting Disneyland.