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Tolt-MacDonald Park & Campground, Carnation, Washington

Date of Stay: June, 2015 - $26.00
Overall Rating:

This is a fantastic campground, and is one of our favorites so far. The RV part of the campground is 16 sites, all crescent pull-throughs along the outside edge of a giant loop with a huge grass field in the middle. This means we had other RVs about 30 feet behind us and in front of us, but none on either side of us. The camping side of each site has a grass area with picnic table and fire ring but a heavily wooded border, so we had nearly complete privacy during our stay. It's a short walk down to the Tolt river where our dogs went swimming every day among various families staying at the campground or using the river for day use. The sites along the west side (the river) have good shade in the late afternoon and the most privacy. To sum up, it's a beautiful nature setting with huge sites, lots of grass and trees, very dog friendly, and has an accessible river with beach to top it all off. The park was sold out for the weekend but there were always sites available during weekdays. We made a reservation for a week (discounted weekly rate shown above, no extra taxes/fees), which is the maximum time you can stay in one site. Sites have 50 amp and water, but no sewer. There is a $9 commercial dump station (cash only via honor system envelopes) at the park exit. One downside is that there is only one shower per gender at the bathhouse, so we often had to wait quite a while for showers. Also, they clean the bathrooms once a day. With all the campers, that meant the showers got dirty quickly. We had very strong AT&T signal, our Verizon worked but was a little weak. Also be sure to note that the park gates are locked at 10 PM during the summer. We had to cut short an evening out with friends to ensure we made it back in time. Not only would we stay here again, we're looking forward to it! We camped at Tolt-MacDonald Park & Campground in a Motorhome.

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Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Number
4
Site Surface
Concrete
Campsite Features
Fire Ring, Picnic Table

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Spacious
Sun & Foliage
Some Shade
Tips for other Campers:

If arriving/departing via NE Tolt Hill Road like we did, be aware that it has a two mile 9% upgrade and two mile 9% downgrade with many sharp curves. We managed it fine in our motorhome, but you'll want to take it very slowly on the descent.

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Elwha Dam RV Park, Port Angeles, Washington

Date of Stay: June, 2015 - $38.00
Overall Rating:

Rate above is for a week. As others have noted, the new owners (as of May 2015) are wonderful and excited about their park. The campground has two sections, the old section (close to the office) is wooded with mostly back-in sites, and has a number of full-time residents (relatively tidy/clean) in the spaces around the perimeter. The new section is all pull-throughs for big rigs along a hill with no trees. We were in the last site of the new section. This site's camping-side grass area was much smaller than the other pull-throughs (i.e. fairly close to our neighbor), but being the last site meant our curb-side had a nice unobstructed view of the field where the owners' horses grazed every day. Some of the campground's sites were a little close together, but none were right on top of each other, so we were satisfied with the spacing, even for our smallish site. The pond, field, playground and other features gave the park a nice rustic feel. The loop trail and dam trail were great for walking our active dog. The WiFi was unusably slow most of the time, but our Verizon jetpack had excellent signal. Our AT&T phones worked but had a weak signal and slow data speeds. During the day there was some noise from trucks on the nearby highway but at night it was silent. Fire rings are available from the office. We'd definitely stay here again if in the area. We camped at Elwha Dam RV Park in a Motorhome.

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Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Surface
Gravel
Campsite Features
Picnic Table

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Nearby
Sun & Foliage
Sunny Open
Tips for other Campers:

The campground is just a few miles from the entrance to Olympic National Park's Hurricane Ridge area. If you go, try to wait for a clear day! It was hazy and humid when we went so the views were not as clear.

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Barton Park, Boring, Oregon

Date of Stay: June, 2015 - $26.00
Overall Rating:

We stayed in the RV section (Barton East) for a week. The campground in general is quite nice, with newly paved roads and sites, decently sized sites, and a huge green field in the center of the main loop. Most sites are back-in with full sun and plenty of space. There are about 8 crescent pull-throughs that have more shade and privacy, but are right up against the trees with very little camping space. We chose the back-in. The park is mainly used by locals for weekend camping and activities along the river, and as a camper you can walk down to the river to swim, tube, etc. There are a few trails around the park which are good for walking dogs, and the campground itself is large enough for most dog walks. The main downside is that because of the several small lakes that surround the campground, the grass and roads were covered in goose droppings so you continuously need to watch your step. The lakes are overgrown/swampy so not good for getting the dogs wet. The showers were clean but water was lukewarm and the shower head created a fine spray making the water feel even cooler. The camp host was very friendly and helpful. We had only 2 bars of AT&T and Verizon 4G but both worked pretty well. Note: the park apparently locks their gates at 10pm nightly, although we were never out late so didn't confirm this. We used Barton Park as a home base to visit Portland and the Columbia Gorge. Unfortunately it's about 60 minutes to Portland due to traffic and 45 minutes to Columbia Gorge due to lack of main roads nearby. We'd definitely consider staying here again (it's a great park with a great price), but we might try to stay closer to Portland for a few nights to visit without all the driving/traffic. We camped at Barton Park in a Motorhome.

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Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Surface
Concrete
Campsite Features
Fire Ring, Picnic Table

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Nearby
Sun & Foliage
Sunny Open

Review Count: 191
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Sisters Creekside Campground (formerly Three Sisters Overnight Park), Sisters, Oregon

Date of Stay: June, 2015 - $35.00
Overall Rating:

This campground is almost perfect, and we really enjoyed our stay. It's rustic, with gravel lots and grass/dirt sites and many pine trees. There are a wide variety of sites including 50 amp RV, 30 amp RV, van, and tent sites. The best part about the campground is that it's right in Sisters, and the entire town is within easy walking distance. There's a very large grass area where we took our dogs daily, and the campground is adjacent to the Sisters City Park with more grass and the Sisters State Park which is mostly dirt and pine trees. We never ran out of places to walk the dogs. There was very little highway noise from our site at the west end of the campground, but sites closer to the highway might get traffic noise including many trucks. The camp hosts were friendly, and many people had campfires nightly. It was very busy on the weekend, much less during the week. The only drawback is the size of some of the sites. Our site (#6, 30 amp) was quite nice with plenty of camping space as well as grass and trees behind us, but many other sites were much smaller (but still acceptable), so your enjoyment might depend on getting a good site (or having no neighbor). There's no WiFi but our AT&T and Verizon had strong signals. We would definitely return. We camped at Sisters Creekside Campground (formerly Three Sisters Overnight Park) in a Motorhome.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Number
6
Site Surface
Gravel
Campsite Features
Fire Ring, Picnic Table

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Nearby
Sun & Foliage
Some Shade
Tips for other Campers:

Walk to pretty much anything in the town of Sisters! We walked to restaurants and shopping several times. It's about 30 minutes to Bend, Black Butte, Smith Rock State Park, and various other attractions.

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Crater Lake RV Park (AKA Prospect RV Park), Prospect, Oregon

Date of Stay: June, 2015 - $34.00
Overall Rating:

We stayed for five nights while exploring Crater Lake and the surrounding area (it's a 40 minute drive to the Crater Lake visitors center). Our site was extremely long (probably could have parked two big motorhomes in it) but not very wide / not much camping space. Fortunately there was no one next to us so we had plenty of room. The park is heavily wooded and rustic feeling. There's a nice trail leading out of the park that we could walk our dogs on (in addition to walking them through the park) which goes to the nearby dam/reservoir. The staff was friendly and helpful. We had no AT&T or Verizon cell reception, even with our booster. The office has a stronger booster on a very tall pole which you can use if needed. The WiFi worked quite well (streaming movies is not allowed), but it's worth noting the park was about half empty when we stayed. The biggest drawback (apart from the lack of cell signal) is the noise from the highway. Our site backed up to the highway so we heard very loud trucks going by all day. Fortunately at night the highway was mostly quiet. We were also surprised (and disappointed) with an extra fee when checking in. When reserving, the web site listed the rate as $28.50 (for 2-6 nights) and said "all sites have full hook-ups with 20, 30 & 50 amp service". When we checked in, we saw an extra $3 per night added to our bill for 50 amp service. There's also a per-dog fee but at least that was listed on the web site. We camped at Crater Lake RV Park (AKA Prospect RV Park) in a Motorhome.

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Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Surface
Concrete
Campsite Features
Picnic Table

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Space Between Lots
Nearby
Sun & Foliage
Covered Forested
Tips for other Campers:

There's a small convenience store in town that has basic necessities (milk, bread, etc.) but for any major shopping you'll have to drive pretty far. Best to do most grocery shopping before arriving.

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Valley of the Rogue State Park, Gold Hill, Oregon

Date of Stay: May, 2015 - $34.00
Overall Rating:

The rate above includes an $8 reservation fee. We were only able to stay one night while passing through, but the park was quite nice with views of the nearby hills and river. Our loop (F) had large sites (many can easily fit big rigs) and was mostly wooded. Sites have picnic tables and fire rings, and there were many campfires going on. No WiFi or AT&T but Verizon worked well. One leg of our 50 amp hookup didn't work so we had to plug into the 30 amp terminal instead. The Rogue River Greenway is a paved trail that goes through the park and was a great place for a long dog walk. The biggest drawback is the noise from I-5, which was literally just a couple hundred feet away. We camped at Valley of the Rogue State Park in a Motorhome.

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Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Site Number
F
Site Surface
Concrete
Campsite Features
Fire Ring, Picnic Table

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Nearby
Sun & Foliage
Mostly Shady
Tips for other Campers:

There were many ticks in the grass and our dogs brought quite a few back with them into the RV before we started doing dog (and human) inspections outside before coming in.

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Helpful Reviews: 100

The Redwoods RV Resort, Crescent City, California

Date of Stay: May, 2015 - $34.00
Overall Rating:

We consider this more of a campground than resort: heavily wooded with dirt roads, gravel sites and fire pits at each site. This worked well for us as we prefer a natural setting. The park was larger than we expected and our 30 amp back-in site was quite large which was nice. The staff was very friendly. There's a nice playground for kids, and a dog washing station but it's only suitable for small dogs. Our AT&T didn't work, but Verizon worked well. The campground WiFi unfortunately was Tengo Internet and was spotty: the WiFi signal was strong, but it usually was extremely slow and sometimes usable, so we ended up relying on our Verizon hotspot much of the time. The park was large enough to take our dogs for pretty long walks without having to leave the campground. Our site was in the farthest section from US-101 so we didn't get much highway noise, but other sites are much closer. We'd stay here again. We camped at The Redwoods RV Resort in a Motorhome.

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Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Surface
Gravel
Campsite Features
Fire Ring, Picnic Table

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Nearby
Sun & Foliage
Mostly Shady

Review Count: 191
States Visited: 44
Helpful Reviews: 100

Ancient Redwoods RV Park, Redcrest, California

Date of Stay: May, 2015 - $36.00
Overall Rating:

We stayed at Ancient Redwoods for 5 nights while exploring the Avenue of the Giants and Humboldt Redwoods State Park. This is a good "no frills" RV park in a great location, right along the Avenue of Giants. The sites are pretty long (good for big rigs) and paved, mostly pull-throughs, with a nice grass lawn between each. The staff was friendly and helpful, but once they leave the office for the evening you're on your own: there's no camp host. We had no cell service at all (Verizon or AT&T) and even with our booster we could only get a weak signal. Fortunately the free WiFi worked pretty well most of the time. We were there just a week after they opened for the season, so there were only about 10 RVs in the park. We found plenty of places to walk our dogs inside the park. There was some road noise during the day, but it was mostly quiet at night. We'd return here if we were visiting the area again. We camped at Ancient Redwoods RV Park in a Motorhome.

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Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Surface
Concrete
Campsite Features
Fire Ring, Picnic Table

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Nearby
Sun & Foliage
Sunny Open
Tips for other Campers:

If driving a big rig, it's easier to approach from the US-101 exit just south of the RV park. The Avenue of Giants to the north of the RV park has some very narrow and twisty areas. It can be done, it's just trickier. If walking dogs in the park, watch out for ticks in the tall grass!

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States Visited: 44
Helpful Reviews: 100

Golden Rule RV Park, Willits, California

Date of Stay: May, 2015 - $32.00
Overall Rating:

Golden Rule is located right off Rt 101 but the road to the RV Park is twisty and a bit narrow. The hostess was very friendly and helpful with various sites in the area. Looks like most of the back-in sites are taken by permanent residents. The pull-throughs are long enough but are a bit narrow so the camping side is a little tight. There are a fair number of trees so getting the slides out can be a little tricky. No wifi, our ATT worked here but no Verizon at all. The campground is a bit small but there is a private road that is great for walking dogs. The resort is about 15 minutes from downtown Willets and about 1 hour from Fort Bragg. There is a bit of traffic noise from 101 but it's not intrusive. The resort felt very quiet and comfortable. The permanent residence kept their areas very tidy and it felt like a nice neighborhood. We would stay here again if we were in the area. We camped at Golden Rule RV Park in a Motorhome.

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Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Surface
Gravel
Campsite Features
Picnic Table

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Very Close
Sun & Foliage
Some Shade

Review Count: 191
States Visited: 44
Helpful Reviews: 100

Napa Valley Expo RV Park, Napa, California

Date of Stay: May, 2015 - $45.00
Overall Rating:

In general we liked the Napa Expo RV Park a lot, we even extended our stay after arriving. The sites have a decent amount of space between them and our back-in site had a lot of grassy space behind it which was great for our dogs. We had read reviews about grumpy camp hosts but everyone we interacted with was helpful. The $50 rate ($45 with Good Sam) is "all-in", i.e. there's no sales tax, room tax, tourism tax, or similar, which makes this a pretty good deal. Many of the other campgrounds we've stayed at recently in the San Francisco area had taxes as high as 12% on top of the campground fee. Our only complaint is the road noise from Silverado Trail, especially from the back-in sites which are closest to the road. Often the road noise is barely noticeable, but frequently throughout the day people seem to drive very loud motorcycles and extremely loud "classic" sports cars up and down the road which became very annoying quickly. As a previous reviewer mentioned, the entrance to the campground is designed to only allow entry when you're driving south on Silverado Trail. Since we were coming from San Francisco, we were headed north and had to enter through the exit lane. Similarly, when leaving the campground, you can only head South on Silverado. We'd stay here again. We camped at Napa Valley Expo RV Park in a Motorhome.

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Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

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Campsite
Site Number
Back-in
Site Surface
Concrete
Campsite Features
Picnic Table

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Nearby
Sun & Foliage
Sunny Open
Tips for other Campers:

It's a relatively easy walk (1/2 mile) to the Oxbow Public Market. On busy days (especially when the Farmers Market is there also), it can be impossible to find parking at the market, so walking is a good alternative.

There is a Shell gas station just a couple blocks south of the RV Park on Silverado Trail. It has plenty of room to accommodate big rigs and seemed to have some of the lowest gas prices in Napa.

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San Francisco RV Resort, Pacifica, California

Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $71.00
Overall Rating:

As others have mentioned, this RV Resort is literally a paved parking lot with lines painted to mark the spaces. The spaces are extremely tight! There are quite a lot of permanent-looking RVs in the park, some not in the best condition. Many are covered in rust and look like they haven't been moved in years. I wish I could say being right on the ocean was a plus, but it was completely foggy, windy, and cold all three days we stayed, and the wind off the ocean left our motorhome and car coated in salt spray (after just two days we could barely see through our car's windows). There is a decent-sized on-leash dog area at one end of the park. Near the dog area is an entrance to a walking path that leads out of the RV Park and into the nearby neighborhood. There's no beach access anywhere due to heavy erosion, but the walking path opens up some options for longer walks. It was a little difficult to come up with a rating for this RV Park. The reservation staff was helpful at locating a space for us where our ramp for our older dog would fit (some of the sites are so close together the ramp wouldn't fit). Just looking at the park itself we'd have rated it lower. However, we give it an extra point or two for being relatively close to downtown San Francisco, given that there are very limited options in this area. We stayed here specifically for the convenience of visiting San Francisco (about a 30 minute drive to downtown). In the future we'll likely try another nearby option, but would return here in a pinch if necessary. We camped at San Francisco RV Resort in a Motorhome.

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Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Surface
Concrete
Campsite Features
Picnic Table

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Very Close
Sun & Foliage
Sunny Open
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Santa Cruz Redwoods RV Resort , Felton, California

Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $48.00
Overall Rating:

This was one of our favorite RV Parks since arriving in California. If you're looking for true resort-like amenities (hot tubs, tennis courts, shuffleboard, etc.) then maybe you'll be disappointed. We prefer a more natural setting though, and Santa Cruz Redwoods fit the bill perfectly, especially after our prior parking-lot resort experience. It's more like an outdoor camping experience (including a large section for tents), with many families having campfires nightly, kids playing, people walking dogs, large groups sitting outside together enjoying the weather and the surroundings. We took our dog down to the river that runs along the campground so he could enjoy a bit of swimming. You can also wade across the river (ankle or knee deep depending on recent rains) directly into the Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park with all its trails. If you don't want to wade, the entrance to the state park is a mile down the road from the campground. We saw no full-time/permanent RVs except for the camp hosts, and every site we saw was tidy. We were lucky in that our site (#61) was very spacious, but some other sites looked pretty tight. The downside to our site was that it received almost no sun due to the tall trees, and it was chilly all week in April in the shade. Some of the sites get sunlight, but not many. I imagine in summer the shade is great. The manager and staff were extremely friendly and helpful and went out of their way multiple times to accommodate us. We were a last minute arrival (being dissatisfied with our prior RV Park) and they didn't have a site we could stay in for 10 consecutive nights. We'd need to move to their overflow space after half our stay, but they kept their eyes open and rearranged some incoming guests when there was a cancelation, and we ended up not having to move. Excellent customer service! The nearby town of Felton is small but very cute and has all the necessary amenities. We'll definitely return, hopefully in warmer weather! We camped at Santa Cruz Redwoods RV Resort in a Motorhome.

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Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Number
61
Site Surface
Gravel
Campsite Features
Picnic Table

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Nearby
Sun & Foliage
Covered Forested
Tips for other Campers:

The Santa Cruz Farmer's Market moves between five different locations depending on the day of the week. The downtown Santa Cruz one was largest, the one in Scotts Valley was nearest to the campground but much smaller. http://www.santacruzfarmersmarket.org/

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Betabel RV Park, San Juan Bautista, California

Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $39.00
Overall Rating:

We reserved here for a week with high expectations based on all the excellent reviews, but we were not impressed once we arrived. Most of the park is taken by full-time residents, although their sites were reasonably tidy. Many of the sites for short-term guests are just a paved parking lot: no grass, dirt, or gravel, just blacktop with paint stripes marking the lots. In our section (not the "parking lot" section), the sites were separated by 6-foot wide, very tall and dense shrubs. While these look nice and provide privacy between sites, they also take away most of the available site space on each side. We had to park in the center of our site so that our slide-outs wouldn't hit the shrubs, which left just a couple feet of usable space on our camping side. In short, the site was much too narrow. Without the 6-foot wide shrubs right up against the RV, we'd have had a lot more usable space. We asked to be relocated but were told any other sites would require us to move a couple times during our stay. We ended up spending our week inside the RV since there was no room outside. The WiFi worked on-and-off but was slow. On the positive side, the park is in a beautiful setting, nestled between hills full of grazing cows. There's a very large grassy field where dogs can play, but it's not fenced. Just outside the gate of the park is Betabel Road which is a good place to take longer walks with dogs (minimal traffic, grassy shoulders). Gilroy is a few miles away and has many big box stores, restaurants, etc. We would not return due to the closeness of the sites. We camped at Betabel RV Park in a Motorhome.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Surface
Concrete
Campsite Features
Picnic Table

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Very Close
Sun & Foliage
Sunny Open

Review Count: 191
States Visited: 44
Helpful Reviews: 100

Coyote Valley RV Resort, Morgan Hill, California

Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $77.00
Overall Rating:

This is the daily rate for a premium site (minus the Good Sam discount). We had made a reservation online, then called in our credit card to lock in the reservation. We got here and found they never put our CC into the system and therefore they dropped our reservation. The host seemed very ambivalent and non-apologetic about the mess. She did make a cursory check and was able to find a site for the two nights we needed.

The premium site was located right up front by the street. The site is spacious, level, and easy to back in. The campground wifi was usable most of the time but pretty slow. The park is very dog-friendly with large patches of grassy areas where dogs can walk around. They also have a dog park, and a bike/hiking trail near the campground. The resort is very clean and has some very nice landscaping.

The major issue we had with this resort is the location. The jersey walls on the street next to our site bounces the traffic noise right back to us, plus there is a commuter train with a VERY loud horn that passes right next to the road starting from 5:30am till at least 11pm. If you're a light sleeper, forget about a good night's sleep.

Lastly, make sure you follow the directions on the resort's website to get to the entrance. Due to the jersey walls, you cannot make a left into the resort.

If we choose to stay here again, we'd probably try for a standard site located by the back of the resort and only stay for an overnight or couple nights to pass through the area. We camped at Coyote Valley RV Resort in a Motorhome.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Surface
Concrete
Campsite Features
Patio

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Spacious, Nearby
Sun & Foliage
Sunny Open
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Pinnacles Campground, Pinnacles National Park, California

Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $36.00
Overall Rating:

This is the only campground near Pinnacles National Park and is located on the east side. The roads leading to the campground are winding, narrow, and one lane each way, but ok as long as you don't actually go 55mph (posted speed limit). We ended up driving as slow as 20-25 on many sections in our motorhome.

Most of the campground has no hookups (no generators allowed), but there is a small section with electric and water spigots located sporadically through the area, there is a dump station (only one) across from the visitors' center. The sites are spacious, level, and easy to back into. Dogs are allowed anywhere in the campground and because it's so large, there were plenty of places to walk around.

The nearest city is about 45 minutes away so bring everything you need before you go camping. There is also no cellular or internet signal in the campground or in the surrounding areas, even with a booster.

Our site had absolutely no shade but other sites do have large trees that do provide some shade. For the water spigots, we only saw one (in front of #86) with threading that would fit a hose. The other spigots had no threading so if you want to fill your tank, you will either need to fill at #86, bring a water bandit, or use a water bladder/container.

We enjoyed the campground and found it pretty and peaceful. We would come back if we were visiting Pinnacles National Park. We camped at Pinnacles Campground in a Motorhome.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Number
92
Site Surface
Gravel
Campsite Features
Fire Ring, Picnic Table

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Spacious
Sun & Foliage
Sunny Open
Tips for other Campers:

You can either drive to the east entrance and park at the various day areas/trailheads (need to pay park entrance fee) or take the shuttle from the campground to the day areas. There is also the Bench Trail from the campground that will take you into the national park.

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