We spent 5 days at Ventura Ranch KOA and plan on going back every year going forward. Wonderful patio's and huge sites. We are taking our whole family next year with our kids and grandkids because we did not relaize how much there is to do for children. And a pool and water slides are coming for the summer of 2014.
Outstanding park in Paso Robles with many amenities and lot to do close by. The park has a great pool/spa area and exercise room at the upper clubhouse. The park actually has two clubhouse areas which makes it nice for holidays as there is usually something going on. Brand new water park within walking distance across Airport Rd and a winery that is basically on the same property.have stayed here twice and will stay here again many more times I am sure. The only reason I did not give it a 10 is that all sites are not concrte pads, only premium sites have this amenity.
If you are traveling through central California, be sure and check out the new Bakersfield RV Resort. Brand new park just opened last month very close to State Hwy 99. If it had paved sites I would give it a 10. A 9 though for the wonderful Crest Bar and Grill, and every amenity you can think of at a great resort.
Very rustic and family oriented KOA. In fact, this is the first KOA we have ever stayed at. Would rate it higher but for $48, would expect a lot more for that type of money, such as cable TV, WiFi and paved sites. A lot to do however and a great staff. Movies at night for the family, hayrides, mini golf, indoor pool and spa, well stocked store, souveniers, game room, etc. Would stay here again.
A great park with very nice facilities including all paved sites, WiFi, pool, spa, lots of grass and a fairly well equipped fitness room. We usually stay at Emerald Desert on our way to and from Arizona to see our kids and grandkids, but it is now closed during the summer and has been reduced to 250 sites due to condo and shopping development. The staff at Shadow Hills was very nice and free DVD's and a book exchange top off the nice stay we had.
A nice shaded campground that overcharges for the facilities that are available. We really enjoyed the park and the very shaded, wooded setting on Lo Lo Mai Creek. Oak Creek is on the east side of the park and there is a nice pool and spa area that our Grandchildren loved, and also a nice playground area for the kids is in the center of the park. However, for $41, no cable and no WiFi? No TV at all even with an antenna. No paved roads except for the entrance road. Some of the sites are small and dirt is stirred up by every passing vehicle. We have paid $41 for coastal sites like Pismo Coast Village in Pismo Beach, Ca. but it is right on the beach and has every amenity available in a great RV Resort. I liked the park (it is the best park in the area) but it's tough to pay a high rate just for the setting.