Date of Stay: July, 2016
Clean, spacious park with nice concrete pads on 50 amp sites and a large lake.
Date of Stay: June, 2016
Stayed here 2 weeks while waiting for reservations at Yosemite. This is a beautiful area with a large reservoir for water recreation and hundreds of campsites and day use sites. FHU sites $25, Primitive $20. $10 off either for seniors. Virtually all sites are right on the water. We arrived on a Monday and noticed some trash around sites, but the next day it was gone. The rest of the week until Friday was wonderful and quite with less than 10% of the primitive sites occupied and most of the approx. 200 full hook up sites occupied. We stayed in a primitive site with a beautiful view of the reservoir and easy access for our kayaks. All the good things ended on Friday when the park was overrun with thousands of campers arriving and packing the park to the gills. The weekend was wild with noise, drinking, and boats/jet skis racing around the lake. Most don't pay any attention to the 10pm quiet time and everyone just dumps their trash on the ground. By Sunday night, the entire park is a trash dump with every conceivable kind of trash on the ground including a lot of food despite the fact that there are around 100-150 large square trash dumpsters spread throughout the park. Every campsite has a dumpster located within 50 yards of the site. We travel the US fulltime and, after a weekend, this is the trashiest campground we've encountered. It's a shame such a beautiful area like this gets trashed by the locals that come out to party and drink their weekend away.
Date of Stay: May, 2016
One mile down a steep, winding, paved road off highway. Campground is in a beautiful setting, next to a mobile home community. Old park, but fairly well maintained, lots of shade, tightly grouped gravel/grass lots. The MAJOR FLAW in the park is the old, weak, 30 amp electricity. We hooked up to site 24 and discovered we couldn't run any two items at once. While drawing less than 25 amps, our voltage crashed to under 100 volts and set off an alarm in our RV. That low level of voltage will destroy electronics. Park office said they thought site 24 problem had been fixed and told us to connect to site 23 box which was fine. When I plugged in to 23, I got an alarm showing the box had reverse polarity, also dangerous. At that point we decided to cut short our planned 3 day stay and left. It's a shame such a beautiful park setting has a serious, potentially catastrophic and costly problem for rvers.
Date of Stay: October, 2012
This RV park was set up mostly for workampers working the peak Fall season at the Amazon.com distribution center right across the road. It is an all gravel park with none of the family oriented things you would find at a vacation type park, like playground or swimming pool or fire pits. There is no shade. But for the purpose it was designed for, it is an excellent park. It is a four minute walk to work at Amazon. The family that owns and runs the park is very friendly and are wonderful people. The park had level sites that are fairly close together, and the park is clean and well maintained. There is a large community room with TV, wi-fi, laundry room, & showers as well as wi-fi through out the park. It's a great place to stay if you're working nearby or just traveling through the area and don't need park provided activities.
Date of Stay: July, 2012
Older campground but well maintained. Owned and run by a local church pastor. Very family friendly. All new playground equipment in 2012.