Date of Stay: August, 2011
We've stayed here many times over the years and we love this park. We stayed here for a month that's why the rate is lower. All of the employees are wonderful to us. We hope to be back here next year. We stayed in the back area and it's peaceful and beautiful and our satellite worked. Life is good.
Date of Stay: May, 2011
We love this RV park. The staff are very friendly and so helpful, truly wonderful people. The sites are big, it's quiet, the bathrooms are clean: really clean, the showers are great. The rate listed above is low because we are staying here for about 3 months, so we get the monthly rate. These ladies have made it easy for us to come and stay in this most beautiful area of United States and get to see all that this area has to offer. So very majestic here. Thanks Highlands staff.
Date of Stay: August, 2010
We have stayed here for many years now and this park is wonderful. it is centrally located to all things going on in Mammoth, the check in is fast, the staff is courteous and well trained. The sites vary in size and are ample.
Date of Stay: July, 2010
We have been staying at Highlands RV park for many years now. The staff is courteous, the park is very clean, the sites are ample size, check-in is easy and it is close to everything in the Mammoth area. We stayed here for two weeks.
Date of Stay: April, 2010
Wonderfully lovely people work in this park! They were very helpful in every aspect. Park is rustic and quiet and very well maintained. Sites are sand/grass and some have shade trees. Just a great, quiet getaway and close to Hemet and Temecula. If you want the perfect peaceful holiday, come here.
Date of Stay: December, 2009
This is our first time here and we've already booked two more trips next year. We love it: peaceful, quiet, clean and my hubby can fish for trout. Big sites: we were in #20 and we think it's the best site in the park. The only negative is that they do not enforce dog waste laws and there are tons of old, dried-up dog waste on the grass everywhere. They do have staff going around with shovels, but apparently they miss a lot.