Date of Stay:
March, 2011 -
Very clean, quiet park with friendly, helpful employees. Convenient access to shopping and I-10. The park is large and fenced on three sides, with surrounding fields where my dog and I could walk on the trails for miles. I was parked on the perimeter, where most of the seasonal's stay. While it can be a bit tight, I still felt like I had plenty of privacy. Clean bathrooms (soon to be remodeled), clean laundry room, great convenience store, warm inviting pool. Because there are so many planned activities to partake in, it would be incredibily easy to stay here for a long time! My rate reflects a month's stay (electricity is extra). We camped at Leaf Verde RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay:
October, 2010 -
We thoroughly enjoyed our three day stay at this park. It was clean and well maintained and the sites were spacious with fire pits and covered picnic tables. The park hosts were very helpful and friendly and even brought us firewood. We were parked in a site with private beach access so our dog was able to romp and swim to his heart's content. We found the park to be very pet friendly but we were also careful about picking up after him. The bathroom showers were clean and spacious. It was a very close walk to London Bridge and town. The only downside is, with the exception of host sites, there are no hookups. It would be nice to have water and electric. That said, there are still plenty of potable water connections all over the park and a nice dump station. We camped at Lake Havasu State Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay:
September, 2009 -
I stayed in this park for a total of 6 nights. This campground is part of the fairgrounds and has a very basic layout with sites side-by-side, backed up to Redwood trees. It was not busy during most of my stay, therefore I had plenty of room between my motorhome and the next one. However, during the weekend the fairgrounds had stock car races and roller derby and the campground was noisy from the events and space became very tight with the extra motorhomes parked here. Events were usually over by 10 pm and patrons were respectable in leaving. If noise bothers you, check the event schedule before your stay. The shower facility had a security code required to enter but was very basic with just a hook to hang your gear. It would have been nice to have a bench to set things on. Sequoia Park is within walking distance and is a beautiful place to hike or picnic. There is a nice grocery store 1/4 mile from the campground as well. With the full hookup discounted price of $20/night, I would definitely stay here again. We camped at Redwood Acres Fairgrounds in a Motorhome.