Date of Stay: July, 2009
This site was our first site to visit with our new travel trailer, we were impressed from the start that the owner helped back in our trailer and offer to help with the set ups, and we were impressed with the set up for six since grass gets muddy, tracks into the trailer (constant sweeping) and we could part the bikes onto the small colored gravel . There is minimum traffic in the part since the kids like to ride their bikes, a nice heated pool and spa, a game room that offers a flat screen TV, ping pong, pool table, kitchenette, and a small store for basic items should one forget. The rate is reasonable for an area that offers a short walking distance through a clean park that has a concrete pathway alongside an estuary to a well kept beach with clean and refreshing water. Our kids had the opportunity to see and observe several groups of young ducklings waddle through the water with the mother, bike ride to the pier safely away from traffic (1.5 miles) where they were able to play on large play set on the beach, and boogie board to their hearts content. We have been to other sites since our first visit in January 2009, and I can say that I am willing to pay extra for convenience, safety, and cleaniness. There is a train that runs, Metro Link, and I believe it only runs during the work hours then stops before 7pm.
Date of Stay: June, 2009
This site is truly kid friendly with enough activities to keep the kids busy, however, we thought the beach access was to far to walk safely with kids, and shower area lacks privacy since it is co-ed and small. This location had some staff with attitude issues but we were overall happy with the site.