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This park was a bit difficult to navigate with our big rig and was almost full given that we were a 39' with towing vehicle and could not fit into the smaller sites. The park is very hilly with tight turns and lots of trees, but we did find a nice site. It is peaceful and friendly; although, we did not have sewer hook up, the honey wagon is $35 and must be scheduled in advance. There were not many pool, no spa, just a small lodge. It was a pleasant place though and we stayed a few days to visit near by relatives. Winery tours are near there if you are interested in that kind of thing. There are friendly long term residents who pay by the year and get included honey wagon service. We would not go back to this park as a destination, but perhaps just as a stopping point while passing through to someplace else.

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This is in a quiet out of the way location in the heart of wine country. We drove past huge vineyards and vegetable fields on the way to get here. The park is older and needs TLC; although, it has a nice club house and some weekend dinners. The folks here are very nice and there is a great feeling about this place. There are deer, bobcats, (so keep a close watch on your little dog) wild turkeys, coyotes, eagles, black birds...and lovely huge oaks and it is Very Quiet. The trees can be a problem if you have a high rig so be attentive! We damaged our trailer on a low branch which will cost us thousands, sadly....but live and learn. The electrical service is in dire need of attention. Some of the sites are getting electrical upgrades, but our site near the dry creek bed had repeated low voltage (below 105 volts) every morning. Fortunately, we have a wired-in electrical protector that shut off power when this occurred and showed us the lowered voltage so our equipment was not damaged. But I feel sorry for folks that are not similarly protected so we cannot recommend this park unless you have a shut off for low voltage or will not be using the power for devices that can be hurt by low voltage. When we stayed here in October, the grass on the sites was short, dry and covered with leaves...not really unpleasant but a rake would be handy. This location is a convenient distance to Pinnacles National Park which we enjoyed visiting the day after federal funding was restored. The price reflects that we are Thousand Trails members and stayed at a 30 amp site. 50 amp service is $5 extra per day. Verizon service was OK, helped by our cell phone booster. All in all, we loved this park because of the great wildlife, energy, and peace. We will come here again.