Date of Stay: July, 2016
Busy, pretty, happy park, so plan your reservations. No cell service, until you drive a half mile to the cemetery. They call it the phone booth. A couple businesses in town have wifi. $10 per nite for car, $8 reservation fee, etc.
Date of Stay: June, 2016
Bad service because reservations said, "space #57 best for satellite reception". Uh, no. No Phone, no TV. Only the guy with a 50' cord, on his satellite tripod, and parked on the end has a dish out. Wifi is exasperating. The AT&T tower burned up in a fire. So, that being said, it's pretty, baby trout are biting, etc., etc.. Landscapers are everywhere.
Date of Stay: April, 2014
FYI no alcohol allowed. The casino is alcohol free, too. Admirable rule, but somewhat restricting. Perhaps this rule explains the extreme vacancy, in the RV park. There are very few permanent residents, as well. The contradiction is, this is wine country with copious wineries. We chose this park because there is a fitness room and a .8 mile track, on the circumference. There's a sauna too.
Date of Stay: November, 2013
Just love the smell of pine needles warming in the California sun. The ambience made me feel like a kid at camp. The grounds are huge. In November I could unleash my Lab and roam through the trees. Raley's was .1 mile away, wonderful. Only had electricity, in winter mode. Couldn't get satellite to peek through the canopy.
Date of Stay: October, 2013
I just want to add that an RV park with fitness equipment makes me so happy. The slow sketchy Wi-Fi makes me miserable. We loved the Mexican restaurant in town, and I was enthralled by the bead store. There's a health store too.