We stayed here for one night. The park is situated on a bluff overlooking the ocean. There are numerous trails for hiking and biking. In order to get to the beach you have to walk or drive down a steep grade to the lower parking area, then walk through a tunnel to the beach. All the spots are generally level, with a gravel base. The dump station has three sites located near the ranger station, a nice feature. Restrooms are very clean, tokens required for showers, dispensers at each shower building. The closest grocery store is approximately one mile, Trader Joe’s. I felt the camping rate of $61.00 was excessive and increases in May, but it’s CA.
We stayed for three nights. The park is approximately a two mile drive to Disneyland, and there are shuttles. I would opt for the shuttle as parking at Disneyland is expensive. There is a Walmart, several fast food restaurants, and service stations close by. There are areas to walk your pet. The laundry and shower facilities are clean and nice. There is a small heated pool and spa. Probably the only downside to the park is the noise from the freeway. We were assigned spot 422 on the western end of park. I would recommend spots in the center and to the eastern end. The office staff here are super friendly and helpful, complimentary coffee/tea, muffin, and USA Today paper each morning from 8 AM to 10 AM.
We stayed here one night, the park is located close to Interstate 5 and 8 for visiting attractions around the city. The sites are all asphalt with a small greenbelt and a tree between each site. The restrooms were nice, but could stand some updating; laundromat was clean. There is 24 hour security. There is a "snack shack" for breakfast/lunch items, a baywalk for walking/biking. Parking at your site for one vehicle, additional guest overnight parking outside the park for $5. I didn't try the Wi-Fi. The staff was very friendly.
This was a very nice campground located about one hour from San Diego. There were some hiking/biking trails. It was fairly quiet, each site had a picnic table and fire ring with grill on the end of the fire ring. Water was available through out the campground, just not at individual sites. The website says up to 40' motorhome, but it was a tight fit with our 34'. We stayed in the Shady area, but felt Meadow area had some larger sites. I looked in the bathrooms and they looked quite clean. For a campground this size they could use additional shower facilities. I only saw two buildings with two showers each. There is a fee to use them. There was no signal for our cellphone(Verizon.) The campground hosts were very friendly.
We stayed for one night; this state beach is very popular, obtaining a site can be challenging. I booked through reserveamerica.com. There is a $2 savings for seniors. There are only about six sites that have hookups,water, sewer, currently no electric. The rest are dry camping. We noticed three sets of stairs that give access to the beach. There is a small general store and concession stand at the entrance. Make sure you obtain some shower tokens at the ranger station. You get two tokens for a dollar; a token is good for a three minute shower. The WIFI availability is within 150 feet of campground office. I didn't try it though for connecting, etc. The park only has two dump stations, which for a park of this size would be adequate if there was a waiting area available without blocking traffic. We enjoyed our stay and will return.
We stayed for 3 days at Anaheim RV village. The RV park is centrally located to Disneyland, Knott’s Berry Farm, right off the I5 freeway. There is an entrance located off of Ball Road, very handy if you have a large RV or are towing. The park is clean; restrooms were very nice as were the laundry facilities. The spots are close together, though. The staff was very friendly, helpful. Shopping and restaurants are close by. Probably my only displeasure was there wasn't cable TV at each site. I felt that for the price charged this should have been included. They do have satellite TV located in the lounge. We would stay again when in the area.
The park is located on a bluff overlooking the ocean. There are a couple paved trails down to the beach. I would estimate approximately 1/4 mile down to beach. We stayed for one night. It’s a popular RV park so obtaining reservations can be difficult. Most of the sites are drive through and paved. Each spot that I observed had a picnic table and fire pit ring. The spot we stayed at had electric (30/50 amp) water and sewer connections. Some sites don't have these amenities. The bathrooms/showers are clean. Showers will cost you 25 cents for 2 1/2 minutes. I saw no grocery stores or restaurants within walking distance to the park. We will plan a return trip and bring the bikes next time.
This park belongs to the Thousand Trails Resorts, but is open to the public as a paid guest to view the park and its amenities. There are two pools, tennis court, shuffle board, miniature golf, general store, etc. It's situated approximately 5 miles east of Menifee, CA. The park is quite, but couple items to be aware of. It's located next to a diary farm and the temperature can get hot in the summer. The sites are gravel, some have BBQ grills and most sites have eucalyptus trees for some shade. There is a network of canals stocked with catfish, couple other varieties. It is a large resort and all the amenities are at the front. The walk can be long if you are parked towards the rear. They only have 30 amp electric. There are no cable TV connections. Wi-Fi is free if you are at the clubhouse-pool area otherwise there is a charge from your RV site via an independent contractor. The employees were very friendly and helpful. We enjoyed the adults only pool.
Nice park, appears to be an older one, some full time residences. The park was quiet, and situated North of town approximately 2 miles to town center. The restrooms were in need of some general repair. They were clean, but fixtures were old. The sites were large and shaded. There are several sites adjacent to river or close by. River sites will require some advance planning. They charge you a daily $5 pet fee which I thought was excessive, since the pet station area wasn't kept stocked. Couple fish cleaning stations available. Cable TV requires their receiver box. No deposit required, make sure you return. It may require assistance from staff to hookup to RV, some different from others. I will definitely return.
Stayed for one night, good access to and from the freeway (I-5). The park is located in an almond grove, convenience store and truck center nearby. A mixture of permanent RV and transitioning RV's. Spots are long drive through for those towing. Manager was very friendly, escort to your spot. Restrooms are older, but very clean as was the pool area. There is a $4 discount with your Good Sam Card. I would stay again when passing through.
We stayed here for three days. The park is probably about as close as you'll get to San Francisco and is located in an industrial area. It was very quite. There are no restaurants or fast food establishments within walking distance. The park has an older residental section, and the new section in rear. There are both drive through and back in. Spots are close and concrete. There is a small pet area behind the restrooms but a nice large area near the office. The restrooms are new and very nice. I thought the rate was high, but it's the Bay area. No Good Sam discounts.
We stayed one night. The park has easy access to the freeway. There is some noise from State Route 46, but it wasn't bothersome. The spots are long enough to accommodate a large motorhome. We were towing a car and it did protrude into the roadway, others had the same problem. Sewer connection wasn't situated with the hook-up island, would require a very long hose. This posed no problem for our stay. The $33 rate is for 20amp, for 30/50amp there is a $3 surcharge. The restrooms/showers were very nice. The park personnel are very nice.
We stayed here for three days while attending the Stagecoach Country Music Festival. The resort is only 3 1/2 miles from the festival grounds and definitely reasonably priced compared to festival rates, and quieter than sites at the festival. It is an older, very clean park with a mixture of permanent, seasonal and temporary RV’ers. The staff that I encountered was very pleasant and helpful. Wi-Fi is available, but requires a passcode obtained at the office. The men's restroom/showers can be cramped when three or more trying to use it. The park is convenient to shopping and restaurants. The park is geared more for adults as I saw no areas set aside for children. There was no area for larger dogs to walk or exercise except the street. I took mine to the grass area outside the park along Jefferson St. and a vacant, desert lot across the street.
I stayed here for one night only, spot #35. The park is very clean and well maintained. It is very popular, thus requiring advanced reservations. During my stay the park kept some spots available on a first come/first serve basis. Wi-Fi is available at a concession stand but I wasn't able to connect from within the park. Trains pass on a regular basis, weren't bothersome. Some fast food restaurants within walking distance and the marina. Some great bike riding areas.
The RV Park is very nice, clean and well maintained. The staff I encountered were all friendly. It is within walking distance to Casino, shuttles run through the park, convenience store close by. Several wineries are within driving distance. They keep their sewer connections locked until set up before stopping by to check your connection. Some of my prior visits they have forgotten to unlock it, requiring a visit to the office or phone call. Pet and kids welcome, no playground area for kids though. They are making some modifications, perhaps one in the future.