Date of Stay: March, 2010
This park is now a KOA park and is under renovation. Of the 16 full hook ups available only 3 or 4 were available, the rest seem to be filled with permanent guests. The Wi-Fi was up but would not assign an IP address to my laptop. Staff was definitely not focused on customer service. The park manager promised to contact us about the Wi-Fi problems and never showed. Our site (P3) was not level and not clean. Peacocks are beautiful but keep the dogs excited. I don't recommend walking your dog after dark, meeting a Peacock in the dark is guaranteed. The sites with just water and power are quite nice and separated from the full hook ups by quite a margin. The park is up a canyon and has only one way out, I would not use it during California's fire season. I hope that KOA improves the park and staff. I'm inclined to think it should be closed until complete renovations are through. A poor showing for KOA here.
Date of Stay: February, 2010
A nice park with a friendly staff but getting a bit thread bare and there are many permanent guests, maybe a sign of the times. Sites are all gravel pull throughs with grass patios. Wi-Fi worked fine for me. The park is surrounded by orchards that give it a nice atmosphere. A small inviting swimming pool is available. It's easy to find just off I-5 but far enough from the freeway to be fairly quiet. If you arrive here late in the day it's a good place to stay before tackling the grapevine.