Do not agree with the earlier, negative views. This park was clean and quiet. Our site was a bit short for our trailer and tow vehicle when hitched, but nobody seemed upset and people helped us get in / out. The WiFi did go down for a couple hours one night, other than that, had zero problems. No grumpy hosts, they were quite nice. Yes, improvements are still being made. This park is going to get better and better. We will absolutely camp here again. Oh, a peacock left a 'deposit' on our trailer, suppose I should complain about them?
All that friendly staff must have taken the day off. The facilities are excellent, the staff was terrible. Honestly, they were the rudest we've ever dealt with. Nice park, good sites, good pool, but the staff was poor. As an example: at the entrance there are two lanes to check in. There was a rig in each lane (we in our short MH were in one lane, a truck and trailer in the other). A large MH pulled in and aimed for our lane (more room). The "escort" jumped out of his golfcart and made the guy get into the other lane, leaving his toad blocking the exit. The escort seemed very angry he would pick the shorter lane? He actually yelled at the guy! Fortunately, he didn't feel the need to talk to us at all, just pointed at our site without slowing down. The rest of the staff was comparable. A campground that could be very nice, that we will never stay at again.
Have to agree with other reviews - the sites are way too close. We could reach out our dinette window and touch the popup tent camper next door. I can only imagine what they heard. We shared a fire ring with our neighbor on the other side. If they closed down about half the sites, it would be a much nicer campground. The first KOA we stayed at that didn't escort us to our site, and the only one that really needed it. We will stay somewhere else next time.
Things must have changed since last year. The camp host looked grumpy but was actually very nice. WiFi is available for sites near the office. I was able to hit it with an external antenna from half the campground. The pool is still a small rectangle. The playground equipment was in good repair, maybe it's been replaced? Sites are dirt, roadways are gravel. Large sites with decent view. You are in the trees. Some traffic noise from the popular 2-lane road nearby. We would stay here again.
This park is mostly full-timers. Some of the trailers seem to have been there for some time, and are run-down. Sites are bare dirt under the trees, gravel roads in between. Vent for underground sewer tank was located in my site, got fragrant when I dumped. I checked "no" on big-rig access as the roads are quite tight, but there were some mid-30' 5th wheels in there. If I were a seasonal camper I'd rate it higher, but it is too expensive for an overnight stop.
Accepts Good Sam club. We did have decent shade from one medium-sized tree. Picked it based on this site. Good overnight site, a bit pricey for what it offers. They got us in with no reservations to a view site (probably 70% full mid-week in July). Watched boats and rowers come in and out. Thought we were going to miss the "huge" ocean ships. As we were about to leave, our neighbor warned us that an ocean-goer was about to pass. And it did, less than 100 yards from our camper. A great excitement for the 4-year old. Do watch out for the short overhang on the guard shack at the entrance - it "bit" our motorhome for a good scratch!
Picked this place based on the reviews. We were not impressed. We were led past many (nicely kept up) permanent residents to the far back corner of the camp. The site was a long pull-through, but extremely un-level. We could not find a spot for our 23' motorhome that was level. Ended up using every single leveling block we had just to boost us to half-way. The (very) young "lifeguard" at the pond was much more interested in his mandatory breaks than in watching the water. The staff was friendly, but large signs posting all the "DO NOTS" were everywhere. Quite a bit overpriced in our opinion, and we don't give low opinions, usually.
This was a very nice campground. No hookups, but the scenery was incredible. Deer wandering through the sites, massive cliffs towering, etc. Close to several trails. We pulled in at 4pm on a late September weekday and got one of the last 3 spots. It definitely is popular!
The restrooms and laundry room were spotless. They looked like a barracks awaiting inspection. This was a full park mid-week, we had one of the last two non-reserved sites. Only two things kept us from rating it a 10 - there was not full hookups at the site we ended up with, and the road noise from the freeway is very loud.
This looked like a nice park at first, plenty of sites available, and a host that said, "Just pick your own". We hunted around to find a level spot. Found a nice spot and then found the sewer hookup - it was an open pipe into the ground with a rock laying on it. Sometime in the recent past someone had made a large mess which included large clumps of TP still all over the ground around the sewer pipe. We went to 2 other sites that were similar (open sewer pipes) and finally took one in a different area without a sewer hookup. The campground literature asked campers to use the large trash barrels around the area. I had to go to two barrels before I found one that was not full. They had not been emptied in a long time. We'd stay here again, but only as an overnight stop.
An okay park for an overnight stop. The site they gave us was 40' long, but I had a hard time finding a level section for my 23' motorhome. The 40' rigs around me had jacks down, so it might not be a problem for them. The park advertised WiFi, but it was down.
Great place to spend Labor Day Weekend. Wasn't completely full. Stayed in the Island - nice wooded spots. Would have given it a 10, it is a great park. But the water pressure was extremely low all weekend and we lost power twice (both for less than 5 minutes during a gentle rain). Even with those very minor problems, we'd stay here again anytime.
We selected this campground based on the other recommendations here. But we have one problem with it- super tight spots. Park is clean, staff is nice, walk to downtown is great. But you have to grease the sides of your rig to fit it in some of the spots. We have a 24' MH and could not fit into the first spot we tried. Take about 1/3 of the sites out and this would be a ten. Never did find the Wifi. They did get bonus points for deer wandering through the park.
A nice park but very much off the beaten path. We camped there mid-week and it was almost empty. Beautiful views of the lake. A couple trees, but not tall enough for shade. If you like quiet and secluded, this is a good spot. There is a dump station. Sites were level with gravel. Looks like it gets busier on weekends.
We used this as an overnight stop, NOT what it is designed for. Sites were gravel and pavement, pull through. Zero shade, though. Didn't use pool or any facilities, that was our choice due to short stay. Staff member (only one) was friendly, but forgetfull. This would be a nice destination campground if you liked to golf, probably too pricey just for an overnighter.
We deliberately picked this park because of advertised full hookups. However, the sewer dump at each of the open sites was located a foot above ground level. As the downspout on my tanks is only that high, I was incapable of hooking up to any site (each site is stepped slightly from the next). I ended up turning completely around before I left and using my neighbors (downhill) sewer. Thanks, Kind Stranger! This would not be a problem for someone with higher mounted tanks, such as a fifth-wheel with flipped axles. Other than that, good park.
Second time there, we'll go again. Campground is deep in a canyon - direct sunlight drops off early in the afternoon. The site we had this time (11) was confusing. An older, larger site was split in two. Site 10 has to drive through site 11! There is only one 30-amp circuit for 10 and 11 to share. However, the site has an excellent view of the river, and our son spent happy hours at the nearby playground. Saw a couple 34-footers in the camp, but that is really pushing it.