Love this campground! We having been coming here for 3 years now and stay here at least 4 times a year in the Snowberry Loop. This time we stayed in site 48. Fairly level, clean, with lots of room around us. Blue Jays jumping tree's around our campsite, lots of squirrels and lizards in the summertime. An easy walk (for me anyway) to the lake. You feel like you are away from it all, but Big Bear is just a few miles away for anything you might need. We really love and enjoy this place! And the camp hosts here are the best!
It's really hard for me to rate this park. I like this park, I really do! It is a nice park. It has full hookups, nice bathrooms, well stocked store, walking distance to the beach. The sites are level, with grassy area's, tree's and the staff is nice enough. It's clean, safe, like I said a very nice park. But the freeway noise is unbearable! I asked for a spot as far away from the freeway as possible. I was given one of the spots farthest away. But the drone of cars and trucks (especially the big one) kept me awake all night long, the second night I bought earplugs, but still did not sleep much better. There is nothing they can do about the freeway noise, so until I either get a soundproof camper or go deaf, I don't think I'll be planning on coming back soon. I gave it a 7 because the experience is still fresh in my mind and I'm still grouchy from lack of sleep.
We stayed in the A loop, in a preferred space. Green grass, some shade, and a partial view of the lake. Could see the small airfield across from us and watched small airplanes take off and land, a little bit of noise, but not overwhelming. Definitely would stay again in A, B or C Preferred sites. Bathrooms were iffy, but overall the campgrounds were clean and pleasant place to visit for a weekend. Unless the Pomona County Fair is on or there is an event at the Fair, not much else to do. We saw Coyote, skunks, and other small critters scampering about. Staff was pleasant.