Date of Stay: August, 2013
This is the second time we've camped here and only because it is the closest campground to our children. Level pull-throughs, narrow sites, and well maintained interior gravel roads. The Wi-Fi worked well. It is not at all kid friendly. The freeway noise is constant and loud. Our biggest complaint is the monthly rate is for (28 days). The full month of August would cost $435 plus $32/day for the 3 additional days. Way too much considering it's location and lack of amenities. We have been full-timers for over 10 years and have never encountered this before, nor has anyone else we know.
Date of Stay: June, 2013
Loved it! Large park with nice trees and lots of green space. Pool and small lake for fishing with a swimming area roped off. Some small cabins for rent, small store, separate snack shack, and two separate play areas for kids. Friendly staff and owners. Will come back for sure. We have a 45' RV and had plenty of room. They are upgrading their sites and putting in more 50 amp service.
Date of Stay: May, 2013
This campground has long level grassy sites with plenty of room between them. There are shaded sites reserved for long term campers, but the ones not in the trees are just fine. There is cable at every site and picnic tables. The park appears to be well maintained. Road noise is the only complaint I have. We are Passport America members and paid only $25 per night. AARP, military, and Good Sam members pay $30 per night. All others pay $50. We will come back to this park.
Date of Stay: November, 2012
This park has all the makings of a fine park. Paved roads, concrete pads with patio, 6 complete bathrooms, laundry, and clubhouse. The snowbird campers during the winter months are very friendly and inclusive of all campers. The camp host is very friendly and accommodating. The problem resides with the management. The office is not open on any regular basis, the bathrooms are not cleaned (mopped with cleaning solution) daily, the clubhouse was not mopped the entire 6 months we were there, and the only ones I ever saw clean the kitchen floor in the clubhouse were campers. There are no scheduled activities in the winter months except those done by the campers themselves. Management wouldn't copy the schedules for the campers so that expense was on the campers themselves. There is mold growing on the walls in the clubhouse as well as the exterior. The windows were never cleaned the entire time we were there. This is so sad, since the people were great and the park has so much potential.