We chose this park through our Coast to Coast membership system. Stayed one night. It was barely adequate for a big rig, even though they state "big rig sites". We were able to back into our tight space but it took some time. Was wide enough space for our 2 slide-outs, although it was tight parking for our tow car. You are pretty well jammed into these spaces lengthwise. Nice entry drive, but no good places to hitch-up the toad the next day when prepping to leave. We just took up space in the exit drive and did it quickly. Nice lakes on site for fishing. Onsite saloon/game room and a small cafe. Interior roads were paved, but was very tight turning for larger rigs. Staff was friendly enough, but had no park maps to give you with site indications. We were just given instructions on how to find our space. We were not unhappy about staying here, but given the choice would probably not return just because we drive a big rig and they don't fit well.
We stayed four nights at this park to visit nearby family and not to go to Disneyland, although it is located very close to Disneyland. We found the office staff to be helpful and friendly. We were escorted to our site by a staff member. There is a small dog park so dogs can get off-leash. The pool is small, but well kept and clean. A nice playground is on the grounds as well as a do-it-yourself car or RV wash (separate fee). Sites for big rigs are very long, but close together. Typical for all of the Anaheim area RV parks, as we have stayed at 3 others here. It's close to restaurants and freeway access. The rates are comparable to other RV parks in Anaheim. We will stay here again when we return for family visits, in spite of the high daily rate.
We stayed here for 4 nights and found it to be a very pleasant experience. The office staff was friendly and helpful. Our site was long and level and could handle both 40' MH and car easily. The pool was beautiful and entire pool area well kept and clean. Park grounds are well kept and tidy. We stayed with a ROD membership and the price paid was for the extra fee for 50 amp service. We agreed to listen to a sales pitch about Western Horizons membership. We declined, but the presentation was not high pressure by any means. We plan to stay here again in March 2010.