Date of Stay: August, 2008
Pros: Great scenery. Beach is literally right across the street. Full service market with propane $2.99 gal (8-07-08) and a dumping station. Cons: In 30 years of travel trailer camping, I have NEVER seen spaces this tight. Literally you can't extend your awning/popout without hitting your neighbor. I am totally amazed the Fire Marshall allows this. It makes you feel like all they care about is packing the park as full as possible for the best ROI. It kind of tarnishes the splendor just across the street. We were here 10 days and I spoke with no less than 10 campers and at least 7 of those will never be back because of the crowded spaces. We will not be back for the same reason. One of the campers pointed out that new concrete slabs had been poured in between the old ones literally doubling the amount of people they can "pack" in the park. I am pretty sure that's why there is only one picture on their website of the actual campground. Even from that photo you can tell it is very crowded. If you want an accurate view of what you are in for: click on the photo on their home page to enlarge it and continue to click until you can see the trailers in the campground. There it is. Say hello to your neighbor because you are going to get to know them REALLY well!
Date of Stay: July, 2008
Great park. Lots of stuff to do without ever leaving. We stopped here on our way back from Oregon before heading to Mendocino for 10 days. Big spaces and quiet at night. Lake is awesome but not fishing from shore really. You need down riggers to get to where the fish are.
Date of Stay: February, 2008
Nice quiet park. Great place to stop on your way back to Interstate 5 . Very clean and the WiFi was decent. We will be back.