We have stayed here in the past when it was a KOA. We found the park to be clean and the staff to be friendly and helpful. If you are looking for a spot that is a short walk from your trailer to the ocean then this is the place. The town of Westport is nearby, but has one small market and that's it. Fort Bragg is 15 miles down the road, and a pretty drive at that. Overall, for the two night stay it cost us 112.00, which is pretty pricey. They are no longer a KOA, which doesn't matter to us.
I am giving this park a 7, if not for the staff I'd give it a 4 or less. The view is beautiful, unfortunately the lake is more like a very sad pond or puddle. And the bugs are unbearable, not sure what they are. Th. ey look like mosquitoes but they don't bite. The manager is friendly and very helpful. I wouldn't recommend this park, maybe some other one in the area?
This is a beautiful park set amongst pine trees. Spaces are wide with plenty of room between rigs. We stayed in spots 69-71 and they were very nice. They have a miniature golf course (that is quite old and well used) that was loads of fun for our family to go and play a round. All in all we'd definitely recommend this park to friends.
By far cleaner than any RV place in Fort Bragg that we have stayed. Will definitely come back, clean, quiet and "safe" feeling. Beautiful trees and shrubs separate each space and gives you a feeling of privacy.
Very clean campground, beautiful mountain settings. I would have rated it a 10, but the noise from the freeway can get pretty loud. All and all we would definitely recommend to friends and family and will absolutely visit here again when in the area.
What a nice place to visit! The staff/owner were by far the friendliest that we have ever encountered. The area offers many places to see, the town of Murphys is just a short hop down the road, along with the quaint town of Columbia. We will definitely return to this adorable, friendly, clean rv park.
First I must say that no, this park does not have all the modern conveniences of wi-fi and cable, but what it does offer in outdoor beauty can't be beat. They have ping pong tables, bocce ball and horseshoes, so get out and enjoy the outdoors instead of sitting in your rv on your laptop!! The quaint town of Gualala is a short drive or 20 minute walk away. The beach is also a 5 minute drive or 20 minute walk. The sites are very large, which makes it nice not to have a neighbor 3 feet away. This place is definitely one to visit, bring the kids and enjoy the beauty of the California coast.
This is a beautiful campground. We were able to take a short walk down to Diamond Lake where they have a little market and an ice cream counter. From the site we were at we were able to see Diamond Lake, which is gorgeous. All in all we will definitely recommend this park to friends and family. FYI, the wi-fi is pretty weak on the north end of the camp.
The park is beautiful, but crowded. Of course Tahoe in July or any summer month will be crowded and busy. Right across the street from beautiful Lake Tahoe. Some sites are tight so folks with larger rigs need to be able to navigate around some trees. All in all beautiful, but pricey. Bears are in area so make sure and keep your food up. So noise from HWY 50, but all in all not to bad. For the price I don't think that we would stay again.
If you are looking for a friendly, quaint, clean and very pretty place to stay then this is it. There are no pools and golf courses so if you are into pomp and circumstance like so many people are on this site then don't stay here because you'll be disappointed, but if you want a beautiful, pet friendly and safe feeling environment then this place is great! We will definitely stay here again.
OK, I want to clarify that on the rating part of friendliness I'd give this park a 10+. However on the overall site, a 5 is the best we could do. It is mainly a mobile home/permanent RV resident park. The staff is ABOVE and beyond helpful and friendly and quite frankly aren't all of us that "RV" looking for a friendly face at the end of a long travel day??? I know we are. But we have stayed at nice places with friendly hosts. I'd say that if we had to come to Visalia again that we would stay here vs. the "other" park. My recommendation is that don't have high expectations as far as facilities and amenities goes for this park, but friendly and helpful can't be beat.
I rely entirely on this website to get the inside "scoop" from folks that actually have been to these campgrounds, and I wasn't disappointed in this one at all. The staff was friendly and very informative on local attractions. We booked our trip on the train through the campground and everything was in order when we arrived. We would definitely recommend this to friends and family.
This is our second time at this campground. We enjoy it because the ocean is RIGHT THERE. Unfortunately the higher rate is not necessarily justified, no cable TV, and our antenna wouldn't pick any signal up so we watched DVD's. All in all a quiet peaceful stay, the park is fairly clean and the staff was friendly and didn't nose around so we had privacy. We will come back again, just wish that there were a few more amenities to write about.
This is a very nice, clean quiet park. We stayed here just one night and enjoyed the short drive into downtown Reno. We are planning on staying at this park during the Sparks Rib Cook-off. The sites are easy to level out if you know what you are doing.
This is a very nice campground. We were escorted to our site and given a run down of what's what. Very clean, quiet and beautiful grounds. The only reason I didn't give this a 10 is because the train does run close by and has a tenancy to "toot" it's horn at all hours of the night. Overall we'd definitely go back to this campground.