Because many of the sights are crammed in together, we have had some good camping experiences as well as some not so good. In other words, neighbors have had a great influence on our quality of vacation at this resort. If you have a motorhome and your next door neighbor has a trailer, you can find yourself literally camping with each other as the tables are close together and there are no effective barriers. Also, some neighbors do not seem to obey the rules regarding noise at night, which is very frustrating. On the plus side, this park has a great location on Mission Bay. In addition, it has some great entertainment, including a hypnotist and several live bands. Overall, we enjoy Campland, but we have to be in the mood for it as it is not a place to relax in the true sense of the word. I see it as more of a non-stop party atmosphere with children and adults running around having a wopper of a good time. I will say that the winter season can be quiet and relaxing at this park, which is a nice change once in a while. It all depends what kind of camping experience one is looking for. Camp on!
This is our favorite spot when visiting Lake Tahoe. We have enjoyed this camping spot during the hot summer months, as well as the snowy winter season. This park is close to several great restaurants (walking distance to one yummy Italian restaurant) and about a couple of miles to the beautiful lake. Clean pool, nicely spaced sites, and friendly staff are a plus. I think that it is very important to make visitors feel welcome. Tahoe Valley Campground does just that. I highly recommend this campground.
This is one of our favorite places to stay when traveling south to San Diego. Staff is friendly/accommodating, restaurants are in close proximity, and park has a nice pool area. Dogs are very welcome here. This park never seems to let us down. We're happy campers!
Unfortunately, we were not impressed with this RV park. Although everything was brand new, the staff was extremely rude. The park was far removed from any modern conveniences, nor was it close to any attractions. It was very difficult to access the park going north as there was a road divider. Pool was much smaller than it looked on the web site. This place might be good if you happen to be traveling on the frontage road (old highway) at night and need a place to hang your head as you are too exhausted to go one milre further. Other than that, drive on by. You won't miss a thing.