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Date of Stay:
September, 2008 -
Overall we had a good time camping here. The campground is actually mostly residents but they give the best spots, which are around the lake, to the visitors. The residents do a pretty good job keeping their sites clean and staying out of the way of the guests. Our spot was right on the lake and you can place your fire ring to face the water. Fishing was catch and release. Contrary to other posts, the fish were biting and they were large catfish. Most of the guest sites were water and electric--I would give this place a higher rating if there were more sites with sewer. We will stay here again. We camped at Lilac Oaks Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
July, 2007 -
This is the quietest and cleanest park I've ever been to. The sites are all large. Some are back-in while others are "nose-in". Because of the way the power posts line up most of the sites face each other. The power posts are tall enough to interfere with your slide outs so pay attention when you align your rig. They have a small pond for fishing (catch and release) along with some birds, including some ostriches, in a pen near the pond. There are fire rings between sites so you might have to share with your neighbor. The staff is very nice and helpful and the park is very well maintained. When the park is not full they space you apart from others. There was a hay-ride Saturday at 7:00pm. I will definitely visit this park again. Note: If you're coming in from Hemet on R3, it gets very curvy while going up a steep grade. That section only lasts about a mile but it's tough section of road. We camped at Tucalota Springs RV Park & Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
June, 2007 -
We stayed for a free weekend in exchange for enduring a time share presentation. The staff gets an A+ for being friendly and helpful. This park has a lot of things for the kids like miniature golf, a game room, a nice pool and a large ball field. There are lots of golf carts around so you have to keep your eyes open when you walk. Also, bands on the weekends play to 11:00pm so if you go to bed early, you'll have a hard time sleeping. Sites vary greatly. Some handle the largest rigs while others are right on top of each other. You'll want to arrive as early as possible to pick a nice spot. Overall it was a nice park but we felt the membership price was unreasonable. If this were a regular "pay as you go" park we would definitely go back. (866)-217-8111 We camped at KQ Ranch Camping Resort in a Travel Trailer.