Date of Stay: May, 2010
This park has some nice amenities, but the spaces are small, and the freeway noise is disturbing. Our space was not clean. The grass had not been mowed or edged for some time, and there were beer cans and trash in our fire pit. We were backed up to the path to the beach, with only a small wire fence between us and the constant foot and bicycle traffic. Our two dogs did bark at first, which upset a park security guard who camps in the space next to us. He came out angry, telling us he had worked the night shift and wanted to sleep. He said if we were not quiet, he would have us moved. Moved to where we don't know, the park was booked for the holiday. We found ourselves whispering at our picnic table, before we came to our senses, realizing we paid a lot of money for our recreation, and we would not be hushed. This park is overpriced. There is no cable TV, and they didn't even heat the pool knowing the park would be full. The general store will clean out your wallet, but there is no ATM machine and they do not accept debit cards. They require payment by credit card only on holidays, and the cancellation fee is an outrageous one night's rate of $70.00. Nearby Lake Casitas Recreation Area has much more to offer for a lot less money.
Date of Stay: March, 2010
We have stayed here during school spring break for many years now, and even tent camped here long before we purchased our travel trailer. The Executive sites are spacious, have level pads, nice grass and views of the lake. The lake is very large, and offers lots of activities. We had a great lunch at the Marina Cafe, and talked all about fishing with the friendly staff at the Marina Store. We rented a pontoon boat for the day, and even took the dogs on board. The fishing was great! This is a park we look forward to every time.
Date of Stay: March, 2010
The riverfront sites are nice and the campground is clean. The manager is a nuisance. She patrols, and there were many campsites she had her issues with. She enforced a one car per site rule to the extreme, the only rule that is not in the numerous pamphlets of campground regulations. Our party had nine people registered for the fishing derby. When we would return to camp, she was there in two minutes chasing out a second car that was simply dropping off our float tubes and fishing gear. After this happened more than once, she banged on our neighbor's trailer, and actually told them they could pack up and get the 'blank' out. This campground has excessive rules, and includes the suggestion to put a bark control collar on your dog if you think they will make noise. The one to wear the bark control collar should be the manager. We will not return.
Date of Stay: September, 2009
This was our first visit to Sequoia RV Ranch. We had a great riverfront spot, parking parallel to the river. The water was low this time of year, but the swimming hole is nice. My husband enjoyed the adjacent fishing hole, lots of small fish to catch and release. It's a quiet park off a small canyon road. We will definitely return.
Date of Stay: July, 2009
This was the third year we have vacationed here, and we will be back again next summer. Pine cliff resort is beautiful. We enjoy walking to the beaches along the shores of June lake. The campground is a great home base for enjoying activities at all the lakes in the picturesque loop. The staff is helpful and friendly. You know you're on vacation when you enjoy ice cream on the front porch of the general store.
Date of Stay: May, 2009
This was our fourth stay at Boulder Creek RV Resort, and we had a great time. The staff is friendly. The main house has a general store, clean laundry and shower facilities, and a large recreation room with big screen television. The pool and spa area is very enjoyable. The park hosts barbeques and holiday events. We reserved two more stays, including our return for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Date of Stay: January, 2009
We stayed at Lake Perris three nights, after leaving a trial stay at a nearby membership RV park, and a disappointing drive by Reflection Lake. We were very pleased. The park was virtually empty, and we chose a nice space with views of colorful meadows and distant hills. Nice trails for meadow walks. We are not boaters, so I think this time of year was nice for us. We would stay again.