This is a National Forest park that we just love to stay at. No hookups or showers but a real nice place to rough it, if staying in a 34ft. fifth wheel for a week without hookups can be called roughing it. There is a private campground just a short walk or drive away that has pay showers you can use and up the road there is a dump station if needed. We have found with care and a portable tank for our gray water that we can get by nicely for a week. The campground sits up on a bluff over looking the lake. It can get a bit breezy in the late afternoon but it keeps the biting bugs at bay and cools things off on a warm day. Most of the sites are roomy and some have trees for shade. This is a great base camp for exploring the Sierras, fishing the many lakes in the area, or just relaxing with a book. A family favorite!
Very nice park. Sites are clean, roomy enough, and easy to get into. The park itself is clean, quiet and very comfortable. The staff was friendly and helpful. We loved the pet stops (a nice fenced in area just for Fiddo) and so did our little Daisy. There is a great bike riding or walking path just outside the park that our kids loved. We have stayed at few other parks in the San Diego area but will make this our official San Diego park from here on.
We really enjoyed our stay at this campground. It's a clean, quiet, rustic kind of setting. Very pretty with lots of beautiful flowers and well trimmed trees. The sites are roomy, very private, and easy to get into. The office was a bit busy at times but the staff remained friendly and helpful. Be sure to bring cash or checks as credit cards are not taken. We stayed for almost a week and look forward to another week next year.
Clean, quiet, friendly park. The sites were a little close together and narrow. Nice shopping area with restaurants just a short walk away. We visited this park on our way up north and then again on our way home. We would visit again and recommend it to others.