We were planning to stay here but changed our minds when we arrived. The campground is up a steep, narrow driveway. The campground is a shell parking lot with no trees or shade. The hotel is down the hill and across the street. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great park. Very quiet and excellent for star gazing. Upper sites are not level. Cable TV is not that great. Channels are fuzzy, but it is better than no TV. If you want conveniences like cell phone, forget it. Cell phone coverage is non-existent. Restrooms were clean. Would stay in this park again. Pool and jacuzzi's are across the street. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is one of our favorite places. As another reviewer noted "A good place to get the knots out of your rope". There are now a few 50 amp sites, all are full hookups. No Verizon or AT&T cell service (a plus or minus according to your preferences). If necessary they will lend their land line telephone for $1 charge. There is satellite TV in office. Cable TV runs off a local antenna, about 6 channels may be good or non-existent depending on weather. Owners and employees are friendly and laid back. Oddly, they don't seem to have an answering machine. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Actually drove through the campsite to see what it was like, but didn't camp there. It is situated on a hill across from the California Hot Springs hall and pool. That is where you go to at the desk to reserve a spot at the site. Plenty of spaces for rvs and tents. Back at the hall it is great because inside it has a restaurant with lots of eating spaces, a mini mart, antique shop and swimming pool outside with 2 hot tubs. Nice little getaway to relax at. We camped here in a Tent.
My first stay here was ok, despite the big time bug problem during the summer. No one near our site except for one fifth wheel. It was very quiet at night, only hearing animal sounds surrounding the creek. The fire pit was small but useful. The most important thing was the peace and quiet and relaxation of camping in this area. Probably the best place to unwind in the mountains to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday city life. I shall return here again to relax and to enjoy the night. We camped here in a Tent.
One of the other poster got confused with Quail Valley down the street which is nice too.. This is a quiet CG that probably never gets full. We were their 4th of July and was about 1/3 full. There is no security, but the bathrooms are really nice. Some grass but no shade. All sites are back in. Low electric levels. Water is from the hot springs. When staying at this resort you get in to the Hot Springs for only $4 per person normal is $10. We really enjoyed our time here. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
First time to visit this park. Very relaxing weekend. Park was full, but absolutely no bothersome noises, i.e. loud music, cars, etc. Many pull through sites. Very nice stream that runs through the campground. Small playground for children. Three small ponds to "catch and release" fish in. Granddaughters had a great time. Hosts were very nice and pleasant. Hint: Bring whatever you'll need. Nearest store is about five miles away in Pine Flat. Top off your fuel in Ducor. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very, very nice park. No phone service (not even cell) could be kind of a drag if you
really need to stay in touch. T.V. reception not too good. But those hot spring baths are to die for. Just love taking our time driving up into the the sierra foothills
soaking in all the wonderful scenery, then soaking in the hot bubbling tubs. Great for getting the knots out of your rope. We go there every chance we get. One of
our favorite getaways. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.