We stayed overnight. Easy access off I-10. Its far enough away from I-10 that we didn't hear any traffic noise. We had a pull-through which was plenty long for 5th wheel and pickup. Site was gravel with cement pad for RV steps. Interior roads are blacktop and have enough room for easy maneuvering. Check in was quick and friendly. Park was originally used to house workers for the nearby nuclear generating plant. Several buildings that are now unused that were dormitories. Nice club house and library. If we were staying longer we would have participated in the many planned activities. No cable but picked up an assortment of TV stations using antenna. Wi-Fi costs so we used Verizon broadband card. We had a good signal from Verizon. We would stay here again.
We stayed a couple of nights while touring Organ Pipe National Monument. Easy and friendly check in. The owners are on site and take care of the grounds nicely. We were in a back in site but the owner showed us how to pull through from the back side via an undeveloped part of the property. Rate is Passport America. Parking is on gravel with cement pad located for steps to RV. Reasonably level. Good cable and Wi-Fi. Good grocery market across street. Charming downtown square. We will stay here again when in this area.
We stayed overnight. The turn off Hwy 60 is a narrow driveway to a dirt road. Slowing down from posted limit helps locate the turn. Checkin was easy and quick even though we arrived (with a reservation) a bit after closing. Owner was really friendly and helpful. Park was full during winter season so best call ahead. Even full, the park was quiet and restful. Park is gravel. Our backin site had plenty of maneuvering room. Utilities are at the back of the site so be sure you have enough to reach about 10 feet behind your rig. Cable TV and WiFi worked well and included at no charge. Owner let us know when we were hooking up that park now uses Reverse Osmosis to treat their well water supply. This water tastes fine. Rated 8 of 10 as park has all the comfort basics and none of the extra cost amenities. We would stay here again for a longer stay.
We enjoyed the resort amenities including the very clean and heated pools (water temperature about 85 F), spa, and spacious exercise room. Park is very quiet with many park models and snow birds from Canada. People were very friendly to us short stay folks. We stayed in a back-in which was tight getting into due to the narrow roads. Site length was OK for a 38-40 foot rig with space to park our tow vehicle along side. Facility handout notes ant problem and warns you to take measures to keep them out of your RV. Check in was efficient and friendly. We stayed here on the Passport America discount for three nights and extended another three nights after paying full rate (50) for the fourth night. They have other discounts which we learned about later including a 1/2 off week stay coupon in the RV Journal. You can walk to nearby restaurants and shopping, though Wal-Mart, Vons and department stores you should drive. Hemet main streets are wide and full of traffic so don't be in a hurry to drive anywhere. We plan to return to this park for a longer stay.
Stayed three nights. A very pleasant and clean park. Generally quiet though outside you can hear the distant Hwy 99 freeway. Also train noise quite a ways off. Clean restrooms and common areas. Nice walk along river outside of park. Road width allowed for easy maneuvering to pull-through and back-in sites. You park your rig on gravel and have a concrete pad to enjoy the outside. Grass between back-in sites and between pull-through site pairs. Utilities were accessible through pedestal well located along side the RV. Air quality in Bakersfield was poor to awful which limited our usual week long stay, not a fault of the park. We would stay here again.
We did a overnight here. Our check in was quick and friendly. Staff dropped by shortly after we parked in our pull-through site to see if we were settled in and needed anything. Site was on the narrow side though level side to side. The adjacent door side concrete slab was cracked and uneven. Had to be careful when stepping into and out of door. Train tracks about 100 yards away with attendant horn and noise during day and night. It didn't bother us much but a light sleeper might be disturbed. Sewer hookup and water were fine. Cable TV was only a few major channels. Had to ask staff where connection was as it was not on the pedestal. It turned out to be on post on door side of RV. We would return for overnight stay.
It is a quiet park at night. There is an occasional distant train whistle. A nearby cement plant was active but was not intrusive. There is a great walking path to north along the Feather River. It goes at least a mile to dog park at Oro Dam road. We stayed a week and enjoyed the quiet setting. There is no WIFI or cable TV. We picked up several major networks over the air; some better than others. We did not use restrooms. Our site was a pull through next to Feather River. The site was level. There is easy access to shopping and such on Oro Dam Blvd. We will stay again.