This campground was recently purchased by the new owners They have been doing a lot of upgrades on it which you could tell immediately upon driving up. Good water pressure, electric and sewer, and their employees were very nice and helpful. The sites were wide and roomy with a large concrete patio. It was a nice surprise not to have just gravel, rocks, and dust. The only problem was the miniature cockleburs which were not hard to get out of your dog. This is a good place for fishing. The town is an interesting little town, not a lot to do there but there are a lot of good places to eat. Would stay again if in the area.
The staff and employees are excellent. The park is an older park but the sites are incredibly large and roomy with a concrete patio. There are a few sites where there are a few permanent residences but they are not in with the other campsites. All of the utilities work great and the WiFi is very good. It is a gated park with employees on duty 24 hrs a day. Would definitely stay here again.
This little Community Park is bordered by the Llalano River and there are tables along the river where you can park and stay a max of 3 days at no cost. There are no amenities except to listen to the river run, the birds, squirrels, turkeys, deer, geese and ducks. This is a great little park to stay for a day or two. Strictly dry camping.
This is not a very pet friendly park as the pet park leaves a lot to be desired and you can only walk your dogs on the roads. This is a wilderness park and they are not too particular about how the RV campground looks. There is only one other campground in Napa and they sit on top of each other so you really have to decide the lesser of 2 evils.
We stopped at this park to rest for a couple of nights and was pleasantly surprised. The spaces were long and did not have to unhook the toad and there was room for slide outs and awnings with out the feeling being overly cramped. The owners are very nice and this is a 7000 acre working ranch and the RV park is in the middle. There are all kinds of wildlife to see and plenty of room for 4 wheelers to have fun. The only negative things is that it is very dusty but it is in the desert. The last 5 miles in are dirt and wash boarded, but if you go slowly you are fine. Would stay here again if near the area.
This is one the nicest parks we have stayed in. The sites are paved and very level and you have plenty of space that is grass and well maintained. Orange lemon grapefruit trees throughout the park so you have a free breakfast every morning. The staff is outstanding and go beyond and above requirements to make you welcomed and that your needs are met. It is very pet friendly and there is a pond in the middle of the park that the dogs are allowed to swim in. Everyone is very friendly that camps here and a lot of it is how the staff makes you feel when you arrive. This will always be my stopping spot when I am in this area. Rate reflects Passport America discount.
It is just the cheapest in Napa. It is good if you just want to hike or ride bikes. There are no playground for kids, and it is not especially dog friendly. You cannot take them on the trails or into the woods. The deer and the birds are abundant. The staff does their job considering they have a lot to deal with there.
This was a clean park and the management was very efficient and answered your questions. The camp sites were wide enough but not exceptionally wide. You could use your slides and awnings. The reason I gave it an 8 was it was all gravel and dirt. We used Passport America discount.