This is a park built in the mid 1960's and has not been upgraded. The temperature was in the mid-90's and when we plugged in, the electricity cycled off and on. We were not the only coach having problems. We could not even run one AC. The staff was very apologetic, but this seems to be prevalent with KOA's built in this time period. We packed up, received a credit and found a different campground. We will not camp here again.
This KOA was built in the 1960's and is conveniently located with access to many area attractions. It is a very busy park with friendly staff. The roads are very narrow and NOT big rig friendly. In addition, there are very limited full hook-ups. We were able to get only water and electricity for $42 per night. Without full hook-up, this was too much given the tiny lots! The park has lots of trees, but there are boulders all over the park that make the roads even more difficult to navigate. In addition the dump station is located on the east main drive that requires you to block one lane of the road in order to dump! We will not camp here again.
This is a year round resort park that is well maintained with friendly staff . It is conveniently located about 3/4 miles off CA-10 on a small hill overlooking Puddingstone Lake. The WiFi is only available at the office and laundry. At night, you do have to be aware of numerous skunks who roam the park after hours. We have camped here several times and have enjoyed our stays.
This is an older park built in the 1960's. When we were checking in, a couple leaving indicated that they were not staying because of low voltage. The office indicated that they had been having power problems in certain areas of the park. This is the closest park to Sequoia, so we decided to stay. We had no problems with the power, but there were not a lot of big rigs there. The WiFi was just so-so and the showers and bath rooms were located in the older permanent area of the park. This can not be classified as a 'RESORT' but it's OK for a couple of nights. Please note that Three Rivers is a very small town with very limited restaurants and retail. We were surprised that a town so close to the Sequoia National Park offers so little to area visitors.