This is beautiful, well established park that could be absolutely excellent to stay at. We were looking forward to our stay. We had booked a Kamping Kabin and a motorhome spot for a stay in late May. We arrived after hours, and had a very difficult time finding our spot. The map had been photocopied so many times it was unreadable. Security was helpful in letting us into the Kamping Kabin. The spots were level and well cared for. The Kamping Kabin needed some work. It seemed to be missing a smoke detector, and it needed wood protectant applied to it, but overall it was okay. The complete deal breaker though, was the state of the restrooms. They currently are renovating the restrooms (as of late May). They have 1 shower house for 185 spots. Meanwhile, the men's restroom is completely torn up, resulting in everyone having to share the women's bathroom. They have a sign that you're supposed to use to indicate which gender is using the bathroom. This is completely unacceptable! The least they could do is let you know when you're making reservations. They could also rent porta potties and schedule time of the day in which the shower facilities were available to a certain gender. They could also build another set of restrooms, and then renovate the old ones. Three shower stalls per gender for 185 campsites seems a little slim in the first place! They were completely unapologetic and unhelpful, and failed to see what the big deal was about the showers/bathrooms. Until they remedy the bathroom situation, I would stay away!
This park is immaculate! We spent almost a week here, when staying at another campground did not work out. Their showers are very nice and were always immaculately clean, had plenty of hot water, and excellent water pressure. They have a family shower which is excellent for washing little kids in. Their laundry facilities were very adequate. They had a nice little playground, nothing spectacular there, but still very nice. Their pool was very comfortable and kept clean. They have a billiards room, shuffleboard, a couple of holes for putting practice, a beautiful outdoor kitchen/grill area, and a ton of citrus trees that you are welcome to pick from (they even have pickers on a pole to borrow!). We primarily used this park as a place to stay while visiting Disneyland. Although they are about 10 minutes from Disney, the shuttle service was superb! We made the mistake of taking our car 2 out of the 3 days that we went to Disney. What a mistake! By all means use the shuttle. For a family of 4, it is cheaper and more convenient than parking at Disney. If I remember correctly, it's $3 per day per person to use the shuttle, and they dropped us off a short 5 minute walk to the park entrance. When we parked on our own we either had to take a shuttle, or walk all the way through Downtown Disney, and got totally lost because of the mess of parking. Others complained about the street noise, but I honestly never noticed heavy traffic. There are also some nice places to eat within walking distance of the park, and some of our family members even walked to the Anaheim Angels ballpark. The only slightly weird thing was the hookup for the sewer; they have a 3" pipe because their park is over 40 years old, so we had to buy an adapter from them. I believe it was $8, which I thought was very reasonable. Just think ahead and make sure you buy it before you plan on dumping your sewer.