This was our first stay at a KOA and a real disappointment. It is an older campground with generally small sites. Not a lot of gravel left and potentially a mud bath in wet weather. Hardly a blade of green grass except for in the permanent resident area. Pet area just an open piece of scrubland. Sites billed as being by a stream with added privacy. As small as any we have seen and stream little more than a ditch. Staff reasonably helpful on arrival and during booking process. Although near freeway - very quiet.
We stayed in site near trees and grass. Looks as if other sites on a sea of gravel which could be very noisy. Horse race track near but noise no problem at all. Site we had was level. Over air TV channels good. Staff very helpful. Would certainly stay here again although can be a little difficult to find believe it or not.
Staff was very helpful with reservation and check-in. Very convenient to park where we attended a dog show. Lack of grass was the big disadvantage of this park. Sites somewhat close together and not a great deal of shade. Very convenient to I-5. Would certainly stay here again although a one night place rather than a destination.
Arrived without reservation to find fully booked for all but overflow sites which had water and power only. Perfectly adequate for one nights stay. Staff very friendly and helpful. Have stayed here before and regular sites are good and not too cramped. The free bag of oranges was very welcome after a days traveling. Would return.
Very attentive and helpful checking staff. Everything very clean. As to be expected in area, close to Disneyland, sites tight with very little privacy. There is a shuttle available to Disney but it isn't free. Would come again if we return to Disney.
Stayed for one night on the way South on I-5. Park was near the freeway, but noise was not an issue. Staff very friendly and helpful. Absolutely no shade and very spartan. A number of permanent residents rather spoil atmosphere. Would stay again but only as last resort.