This is a nice park, but they currently do not have cable TV. We were told they, (the cable company) came in and took it all out and wanted $$$$ to install. The pull though sites are ample and level and they do have nice restrooms. If you have a newer TV or a converter, you can receive OTA (over the air) TV from San Francisco.
They haven't done any work since we were here last March. They say the power will be upgraded this November. It needs it! The first site we were in had no power and two over had a plug that was pushed into the box. We finally found a site with power. The interior roads need work as well as the entrance. Restroom open. Laundry room was locked and unavailable. The power pedestals need to be replaced in most of the park. We had a cement pad, but it was a 1950 size and did not line up at all. For what they charge for the area, it's probably a good deal, but I don't think we will return, even for the money.
The park looks shabby. There is litter on the ground, (cigarette butts). We spent 4 nights there and most of the time the internet was so slow as to be unusable. One night it rained hard which created large puddles near our coach where the power pedestal is. There is no shade for over night. Those sites are taken by full-timers. Other than a convenient place for our stay, it did not meet our expectations.
This is one of the cleanest RV parks we have stayed in. This is our third time and we really like that they have such nice, clean restrooms. The power and water pressure are consistent. If you stay here, make a point to get a doughnut and coffee in the morning or afternoon. While you are at the office go into what they call the lodge room. My wife and I were amazed at how nice it is. Big rock fireplace, nice wood through-out. Plush chairs and couches and a pool table in the loft. A great place to go and relax. The staff can't be more helpful. We also walked to the Fruit exchange. (1/4 mile) Try all the dates, trail mix, get a date shake, oranges you want and then buy something. Heck, even send a postcard home, we did. We actually stayed two nights going to and coming from Palm Springs.
The park is indeed clean and has nice sites. Our rig is smaller than some, but we are surrounded by bigger rigs and they came in with no issues. I must mention the road noise. We are in the first row, next to Riverside Drive and trucks are constantly going in both directions. There is a recycle plant and a gravel pit about a half mile north, so that's why. As mentioned, bring ear plugs if you are a light sleeper. I'm sure the motels that dot the area have similar issues.
We stayed here one night while visiting our kids in Davis. The price is right. I reserved on the internet and I'm not sure if anyone came around and checked or not. One complaint I had was the trailer park behind, someone's dog was barking way past 10pm and it was hot so all windows were open. Be aware there are large stadium lights in the parking area, so no night-light is needed. I think that's a good thing, rather than being dark as anyone can come and go. If you come in without paying ahead, there is a box with forms and an Iron-Ranger, (slotted pipe) to put your money in. The power and water was consistent. The sites are roomy enough for a tow car or large motor-home with dingy. There is a Tower Mart, (mini-mart) within walking distance, if needed.
We stayed here with our camping club and had our dinners together in the grass area. This was one of the nicest RV Parks we have stayed in. The trees are still growing as the park is only three years old. I never seen a cleaning crew come through anywhere else and pressure wash the garbage area. A very nice touch. The bathrooms were always very clean. We used the Wi-Fi, but found it slow with at our friends way out at the end, it was fine at #33. The pool area and spa was very nice to cool off in the 98 degree heat. The office has iced tea and popcorn, (free). In the clubhouse there is excellent coffee. The shuttle to the casino comes by often, (used it once) but I guess we got used to it after four nights. We were there during the week, so there were few kids. By Thursday, more families started arriving. Everybody seemed respectable and the park was full most nights.
We got lucky due to the time of year we stayed and we were close to the front and had a slab to park on. This is a really big park and most people might have a car to get to the casinos. (we didn't) I enjoyed our stay except for the unusually May hot weather. My only complaint was the TV cable had a lot of snow. Maybe just my site, but I didn't care that much. For a large park on off season, it's OK.
We only stayed here one night as we were passing through, but it was very pleasant. The pool was a little cold for my liking, but the bath facilities were some of the nicest and cleanest I've seen in a while. One drawback was the train traffic all night, but it didn't bother my wife at all. A really nice park all around. Very clean!