A very pleasant RV Park from the first phone call until the morning we pulled out. For as many RVers (a few are fill timers....that were also very friendly) as were there (Memorial Day, 3 day weekend), the park was amazingly clean. The restrooms were clean at all hours of the day. The pool was actually very warm, and the water was clean even though it was crowded. 50 amp pedestal, so I had to use the 30 amp pedestal. The pedestals looked to be installed not long ago. I took many photos of this RV park but this forum doesn't have the ability to post photos of the RV parks being reviewed.
An adult community which started out as a mobile home park and has gradually changed over to RV park (maybe 2/3 RVs). It is spotlessly clean. Aside from the traffic of six lane Madison Ave. it's very quiet in the park. You just need to ask for a space at the rear of the park. We're paying $520 for the month for full hook ups. It's all 50 amp pedestals so if your rig is a 30 amp, then you'll need the adapter plug avialable at Allied on El Camino or Camping World in Rocklin. The Mgr. and the other RVers are all friendly and out walking their dogs or just an afternoon/evening stroll. The spaces are easy to back in to. The space is a rock bed in between an asphalt driveway on the backside and a large concrete slab patio on the front side. It's easy back in access even for the largest rigs. I've drove all the RV Parks in the Sacramento area. Only one other comes close to this one.
For a family friendly campground this place is at the top of the list. It's older but well maintained and more than enough to keep the kids (something for all ages, right up through the teens)busy. If anything, they have too many options. It's in the woods and has some terraced sites for RVs and some level and more open sites on top of the hill. They also have cabins for rent as well as a cottages for those that want to join you but don't do camping well. This place is close to so much of California's gold rush history. Jackson Rancheria Casino is just down the road ten miles for adult entertainment.
I gave this RV Park a 5 based solely on its location. The RV park itself leaves a lot to be desired; almost industrial looking, no views (other than RV storage next door). We paid $35 a night for a back in space on small rock with some mud puddles. The hook ups for our space were at the back of our trailer and slightly to the curb side of our trailer. Even though I backed in on the divider line of the next space over, I was still not able to get my sewer hose to reach. Fortuantely, I had bought a new sewer line, and with a couple of 4" hose clamps from my junk box and some other pieces of hard plastic and a bit of ingenuity, I was able to extend the hose long enough to reach. I would have asked for another space; however, the office closes early and we arrived at 4:45 p.m. While in the area, you may be interested in visiting the USS Hornet in Alameda!