This is a beautiful park with very a friendly group of long time staff members. The campsites are secluded. Many events are held each month and it is wonderful dancing under the stars with great bands. The park has a beautiful pond with many giant fish and a water fountain, a swimming pool, large area for volleyball, adult lodge and a children lodge, great meals are prepared at a low cost and most important it is so family friendly. Nevada City and Grass Valley have so much to do and see. Lake close by is wonderful for wakeboarding, swimming and fishing. Plus you get a free pass here as members. They do offer a three day, two night camping experience but you will be required to take the tour and listen to the spiel. The only downside is the park is terraced and very steep.
Great place to stay! Campsites are clean, convenient area, will take large rigs, has large sites, most have a lot of privacy, clean fish cleaning area, friendly people who return every year, a store and gas station is right here, and it's close to MacKerracker State Park and Ward Avenue. A fun place to stay.
Mainly is a permanent RV Park now with some pretty old trailers. Manager wife is rude, is friendly sometimes and mean with foul language most of the time and can be heard through most of the campground. Husband is great, friendly and a great guy. Not kid friendly as the manager does not relate well. Never did get a sewer hookup as they are taken up by the permanent residents. No privacy. Only stayed here a few times because other campgrounds were full, unfortunately.
Fabulous, beautiful, breathtaking, fantastic staff, always friendly people, not one bad campsite, great walking around park with ferns, huge redwoods and streams. Out of fog normally. A MUST stay park!
There are no actual number of campsites but it's full. You make your own in the cow pasture. Yes, cow pasture or up against a sand dune. Warning, when wind blows, close all your windows or trailer is saturated with sand. Wind blows most of time. Is entertaining to see tents roll away from people's campsite. It's not ocean front. You have to walk quite a ways to get to the Bay. Sharks have been sited near state beach. Water hookups? You are lucky to find someone to split the water with. Everyone camps on top of each other. Bathrooms are rank. We would drive to Bodega Bay to the Tides restrooms to wash our faces, brush our teeth when our water supply ran out. I understand they raised the rate to keep those who caused problems out. Yes, someone even pulled a gun on my son-in-law when he pulled up too close to their campsite. Alcohol played a part.