Date of Stay: April, 2011
This park is run down and sorely lacking in basic maintenance. The trees and bushes are over grown. The bathroom in the loop we were in was permanently shut down. Our site was described as pull through but it was not. There is a nice view but access to the beach is via a set of run down stairs. It is not handicap accessible at all. There is also a train that goes by up to 3x per night, blowing it's horn while it drives by. Also, there is freeway noise. I recall visiting this park about 25 years ago. It was in much better shape back then. So sad. I am not sure if we will visit this place again.
Date of Stay: July, 2005
This is our favorite place to camp. Not only is it beautiful there, but the lake is warm too. You can bring your own watercraft or rent some there. You can take a short drive to a small Sequoia grove for a picnic, go to the powerhouses (some offer a tour) or drive up to Huntington Lake too. There is a small store that offers things that you might have left behind. The town of Shaver Lake is just around the bend as well.