Park is under new ownership and he's working hard to get everything right. The owner will bend over backward to make your stay enjoyable. We were here to fish for red salmon and were not disappointed. We stayed 28 days. Laundry, bathrooms and showers were very clean. Easy drive to anything you might need. Safeway and Fred Meyers are within a couple miles of the park. A super Wal-Mart, and Home Depot are in Kenai just 14miles away. All in all we would definitely recommend Klondike RV Park to anyone. In fact we already have plans to return again in our 40 foot coach.
Rate shown was for a month. We were in the Willow Loop and had a pretty large corner site. Cable TV was good; we also had a good line of sight for our satellite. Like previous posts we wished we had a concrete patio since the ground was kind of sandy. The bathrooms and showers were well taken care of. The only problem I had was with the water temp for the showers. Not very hot, but hot enough. Good roadways for walking or bike riding around the lakes. Everyone I ran into that was a volunteer or employee was very helpful and pleasant. They really keep the grounds looking good. When someone pulls out, they come in and start raking and make sure the space is in tip top shape for the next person. We would definitely stay here again.
Rate is the monthly fee. Although a little pricey for what we are used to, this is an outstanding park. Bathrooms & showers were very clean. The pool was heated to 80 degrees which was great. The fitness room which I used just about everyday was very adequate and clean. The landscaping is beautifully done. The location is great for any day tripping, and grocery shopping is conveniently located. If you like pizza I highly recommend La Bella Pizza on 3rd ave. in downtown Chula Vista. The best I've ever had. Everyone working in the park goes out of there way to be helpful. I would definitely recommend this park to anyone.
Although it's listed in Santa Barbara, Cachuma Lake is closer to Santa Ynez (10mi.away). You have to go over the mountain to get to Santa Barbara(approx. 30mi.). It's a nice park with very clean bathrooms/showers. If you want your satellite TV to work be careful where you park. Trees near some sites will block the signal. We were originally going to set up on a 50amp site, but they had too many trees. They let you pick out which site you want and then go back to the gate and pay. We instead opted for a 30amp to get satellite. They have designated trails around the lake. Not strenuous at all. It's certainly quiet, but that might be the time of year. I would think it would be a pig in a poke to get in during the busy time since they don't at the moment take reservations. We also thought the rates were a little high for the latter part of Oct. Also they had excellent security. The only reason we stayed was because of our reservations in San Diego were for Nov. 1st., and we needed some place to burn a few days, and this was a nice place to do it. Nothing really bad to say about it. We would stay here again.
Rate posted is the weekly rate. Great location for exploring the the central Ca.coast. We easily went from north of Santa Cruz one day to Big Sur on another day. The coastline is beautiful. I would probably have given Pinto lake a very high rating if it wasn't for the bathrooms. They leave a lot to be desired. But it's the city that's responsible for the cleanliness of the bathrooms not the park. As mentioned by others it's a very quiet place to stay within Watsonville, but close to everything you'd need.