I have to agree with the reviewer before me—I'd say this place was a bit of a disappointment overall. First of all, calling to make reservations is a pain. They don't answer the phone most of the time, and have long periods where no one is in the office. I had to call a couple of times because I never got a confirmation, and each time it was rather tedious. We stayed here for four days—on two of the days, there was an overpowering rotting fish smell in the campground. Not sure what that was about. One day in particular, we had to leave because of it. I used the showers twice because we ran out of propane, and they don't have propane here. The first time, there was no hot water, and the water pressure (non-adjustable) was so extreme it bruised my skin. The other shower was better. Bathrooms were sort of adequate... no mat or anything to prevent slipping, and puddles of water, couldn't close the window so it was very cold, etc. Road construction nearby also turned out to be a huge hassle, and actually led to us getting a flat tire when we tried to leave, not that that's the campground's fault. But entering and leaving the campground is pretty tight, and not well-marked. On the good side, the internet was pretty reliable, and sites were level and concrete. I don't think I'd stay here again.
We really enjoyed our stay here. I love that you can pick your spot on the map. I chose a back-in on the man-made "creek," because it looked like a nice, large site, and I thought the creek might be nice. I was right. We had a very large space, no one near us, with trees and the sound of the water. Beautiful spot. Nice people, too. My only complaint is that the internet didn't really work most of the time.
This is one of the nicest RV parks we've stayed at. We stayed in a back-in, gravel site, but it was easy to park and pleasant enough. The RVs are fitted in tight together (especially on a holiday weekend) but that's the only downside. The facilities, pool, jacuzzi, and fitness room were all terrific. Personnel were super-nice. Location was great for wine tasting and visiting Paso Robles. Will definitely return!
I have absolutely no complaints about this park. The volunteer staff were friendly. The location is great (in Oro Valley, near all the services we could have wanted). It's great to stay in a state park that's this beautiful and well-maintained. The sites were nice and level, wide, and peaceful. The setting is gorgeous. We stayed here for two weeks, and enjoyed the trails, the small camp store, and the very nice, clean bathrooms and showers. We will definitely stay here again.
This was our second time staying at this park. It's very scenic! The view can't be beat. I also really appreciate them staying a few extra minutes to get us propane. The bathrooms are pretty dank; honestly. Our spot was pretty sloped, but we still like this park. Nice wide spaces for visitors, with the best views over the reservoir. The location isn't bad, either.
We checked in here after hours—we were actually looking for the Vineyard RV Park and turned in here by accident. But everything was smooth and pleasant and when we left our surge protector behind, they were kind enough to locate it and save it for us! Very grateful. Thanks so much for the kind service.
We really liked this park. The sites were a bit narrow, and we had to position carefully to have room for our slides, plus the ends of the sites taper a bit, but considering it was literally our first time parking this RV, and we did it in the dark, it wasn't too bad. The people were nice, and the park had everything we needed. Clean bathrooms and easy in and out. Great location for shops and so forth. Would definitely stay here again.
Easily one of the nicest campgrounds we've ever stayed at. Picturesque setting, with birch trees and mountains all around, level sites, quiet campground with all the amenities. We loved the hot tub, the pool, and the friendly service. The fitness room isn't much to write home about, but we loved being able to use it.
We stayed here for one night on our way north. Nice people, good location. However, it was raining the day we stayed here, and the third row of sites (where we were situated) is on low ground, with no drainage, so we ended up camped in about 4 inches of water. As in, the entire campsite was under water, no ground for yards around us. Also, the bathrooms were nice enough but had a strong septic odor -- not properly ventilated. The showers were also difficult for me at 5' 9" -- I was looking down at the top of the shower head.
This is probably the most beautiful park we've stayed at in 7+ weeks of RVing across the US. The view from our site is amazing. Hookups are all fine and site is not level, but is wide and long and paved. Bathrooms are a bit primitive (state park-ish) but fine. The reception was very friendly and helpful. Would definitely stay here again. BUT: be warned, wireless is in the Office area only. We probably wouldn't have chosen this campground if we'd known that. I'm glad we did now, but be prepared for no wireless at your site.
This is a lovely park and the people are nice and laid back. Security setup was nice -- we felt secure in the park but didn't have any trouble coming and going. They provided a lot of nice information at check in. Kind of annoying that we were only there for 2 days, but had to come back to the office the second day to get a new parking pass. Also, be warned that there is some serious construction going on (seawall along park road) that makes for VERY LOUD pile drivers and other machines running all day. Mosquitoes are also a problem, but it is the bayou, so... We would stay here again, but only after the construction is done.
We stayed here for five nights over Thanksgiving weekend. The sites are not particularly level, but the ones toward the front have nice high hedges that make the sites feel more private. Paved sidewalk to the bathroom is nice. Picnic table at site is also welcome. There is a glaringly bright street lamp right over our site (#23) that made it a little hard to sleep, and the road noise from I-35 is fairly loud. The bathrooms are okay. Showers vary from ice cold to scalding hot from moment to moment. Hard to take a shower without freezing or getting burned. Some showers don't work. Laundry room is nice. Older machines but pleasant laundry facilities and machines worked well. They have propane available and were nice enough to put freeze warnings on everyone's RVs. Kind of pricey.
Very nice place to stay. We're here for three nights in October. They put us in a site that sort of feels like it's in a traffic island, so no privacy. We are right up front with people coming and going all the time, but it's a nice enough site, with a concrete pad. Nice clubhouse with super-clean restrooms and showers. The campground in general is very pretty and picturesque, with lots of trees and grassy areas as well as the fountains.
This is the nicest park we've stayed at in a while. The clubhouse and restrooms/showers are nice and clean. The store up front is amazing, full of wonderful gifts, and they have a catch-and-release fishing pond and water features, grass, trees, etc. The exercise room has great equipment. Most of all, the people running it are super friendly. They made me want to come back to Texas soon.