Nice cozy park nestled in the sand dunes of Monterey Bay. Well maintained park and spotless camp sites with clean gravel and concrete paving stones. Nice chiminea at every spot for a "civilized" campfire. Easy 1/4 mile walk to the pristine beaches of Monterey Bay. Bicycled on paved bicycle paths through Marina Dunes State Park to Monterey and Pacific Grove and Pebble Beach.
This RV park in silicon valley is clean! This park appears to have its own cc&r's and is better for it. Pool and gazebo surrounded by green grass. Postal service is evidenced by a row of mailboxes at main office. There is an electric lawn mower to borrow to keep up your very own 10'x 5' strip of green space should you reside here for over 2 weeks. It offers spaces to one-night travelers too. This is a nice, clean, groomed trailer park where you want to live while earning a living here in San Jose. I didn't want to leave. It is nice for city camping in your travel trailer & I would go back. It is just a few miles from World Famous Henry's High Life restaurant and HP Concert Pavilion
One of the very few oceanfront campgrounds in California. Many seaside attractions and seaside villages nearby. Wonderful bicycle trail which provides for and 18 miles bicycle ride for the adventurous. Unprotected campsites but spaced fairly well apart. There is no shade but it is not needed anyway. Ocean front camping is always subject to weather and that's part of the experience. Typical California State Park facilities in a non-typical (read: wonderful) setting. Will camp here again !
A fine campground adjacent to Putah Creek. We stayed riverfront which carries a "premium" campsite fee of $10...and worth it. An easy creekside hiking (the "Shoreline Trail) trail about 1/2 mile long. About 1/3 of the sites have electric and water. Additionally, a few of those have sewer hook-up. Nice spot. Rustic campground and fits well with the surroundings. We would and will camp here again.
Great location for a diverse getaway in the Napa Valley. Park has recently (this week) been totally renovated with new power pedestals, electrical services, and water service. New compacted gravel surfacing throughout the RV area. No dust whatsoever. Many RV spaces are essentially double-wide with some spaces being pull-through. Quiet. Wi-Fi too. Park is adjacent to Skyline Wilderness Park a huge recreation facility with equestrian facilities galore, disc golf, archery, etc. A wide array of hiking trails consisting of easy to strenuous. Some trails lead to a cozy canyon lake. Miles of hiking and mountain biking trails. Also, a quick and easy 2 mile drive to downtown (old town) Napa and its many attractions. Will stay here again.
Location is the prominent feature of this park. Like most fairgrounds' parks, it's straightforward RV'ing with the necessities provided. Located in a residential area which allows a quiet stay. Gravel parking spaces with a sprinkling of lawn. It's few blocks to walk to downtown/main street Calistoga with all it's cute attractions. We will camp here again for certain.
Park-like setting and access to Point Reyes National Seashore. Nature everywhere. Access to beaches, surfing, shopping, Point Reyes Station farmers market, hiking, biking, etc. A nature lover's paradise. Inland a short distance is a State Park with even more possibilities. Endless possibilities. Near perfect!
This park is all about location. Easy access to wide variety of shopping and simple access to the Larkspur Ferry Terminal offering travel to the entire San Francisco Bay Area. A visit here is not about the beauty of the park, it's about visiting the San Francisco area. Some long-term residents offered no ill affects: park is quiet and to the point. Excellent and stable Wi-Fi. Hosts very helpful and informative.