This camp ground is rustic and not very well kept. Example cigarette butts and beer bottle caps everywhere. Each site has a new concrete picnic table as well as a fire pit/BBQ. It was very busy and kind of loud at night. I brought my boat $21 extra fee and my dog $5 a day extra fee. This is dry camping with no amenities at all. On the plus side, you have lake front spots and a nice view. I had site#100 with a little shade in the a.m. and was able the get satellite without a problem. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an Elks Lodge, so camping is only available to current Elks members. You go into the Lodge, sign in and then talk to the bartender about whether there are any spaces available. She signs you up and reviews your membership card. This lodge had their RV spaces behind the lodge with a code enabled gate. There were 12 spots. Even though the signage said cars should be parked on the north side of the building, everyone seemed to park their car in front of their RV. We have a small motorhome but I could see where some of the larger rigs could have a difficult time navigating around the vehicles. Supposedly, if all of the spots are filled, they will let you dry camp in their front lot. The lot is large and very level. There is a very nice walking trail directly behind the campsite. The lodge is about 1.7 miles from downtown Napa where there are loads of wonderful places to eat. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you are looking for primitive style dry-camp this may be the place for you. I had site #103 just above the water. I was in a 26 Foot C Class but a much longer rig would fit on this site. Be careful which site you reserve as many will not fit a motor home even though they say they will. (I went in my car ahead of time to pick a site.) My site was fairly level with fire pit and picnic table. No other amenities at this park. No running water or flush toilets, but they say they are coming. I was able to get my satellite easily. We camped here in a Motorhome.
At this point, this facility is dry camping only--there are not even water faucets in the campground. There are some clean portal-potty's available. Other than that, the campground staff is friendly and helpful, the sites are well maintained and level, and have new picnic tables and fire rings. Most sites are lakefront. A big launch ramp is available for boats. Hook-ups are planned for the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great RV park for boating and fishing and is right on the marina of Lake Berryessa in Napa. It is located right on the water with a fair number of sites on the waterfront. There are a number of spots that offer good shade, but many of the sites do not have any cover. Basically a parking lot right next to the waterfront, but it is convenient for those who are using the lake for recreational boating. Each site has a BBQ and picnic table, but no fire pits. Guests may use their guest slips on a first come first serve basis or you can rent your own slip at a minimal cost at the marina. They also have a pool and a swim/picnic area. During the peak season, there is a restaurant and an ice cream shop on site within a 10 min walk. Right next to the marina there is a general store and a snack shop. This is our campground of choice when we go to Lake Berryessa. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Big wide concrete sites. Plenty of room. Nice grass in between. Great place to stay while visiting the wine country. Restrooms are the private all inclusive type and were always clean. Laundry room very small--2 washers, 2 dryers. We liked the park though. One problem though is the entrance-- if you aren't very careful you will miss it. Also, most rigs will need to use the opposite lane to pull in if coming from the south. Also, a GPS directs you to another not big rig friendly gate so call for directions. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is nicely located. The campsites are good. The hookups (electricity, sewer, water) work well and are nicely located. But there are a few problems. Our first clue was the camp host thought it hilariously humorous that a Liberty Prevost coach was badly damaged getting into his camp site because of a tight corner. The dimensions to get in and out work. But they are tight for a 45 ft motor home. (Why was he telling us this "joke"?) We stayed 3 nights, having good food and fine wine with friends. We shared rides. But the camp hosts showed up "bang, bang, bang" on the coach (we have a doorbell they ignored). You can't have 2 cars in a campsite! OK. They were only here for a few minutes and blocked no one (their car was on our camp pad). So you can see. The facility is OK. But the place is unfriendly and unhelpful. We accept and abide by the rules. But these were done unnecessarily unfriendly. Hope you do better. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate includes a Good Sam discount. Paved sites, pull through and back in, space in between sites for privacy. Full hookups, picnic tables, Wi-Fi worked really good. Good location to explore the area. Clean and well maintained. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a small park of 28 sites primarily for expo exhibitors. The Expo center is on the property. It is a city owned facility. That said it is very nice and clean with large concrete pads and well manicured lawns between sites. Staff was friendly though one guy was a bit of a stormtrooper with the rules. Very safe and secure. Probably the nicest Expo RV area in the US. I have seen a few. This is tops. We had come in to go to the wineries and see friends for a few days. Just keep in mind that their can be traffic for events coming in and out of the area. If you like wine just turn left out of the park and follow signs for Silverado Trail (you're on it, but it takes a few turns). Bring lots of money. Best wineries in the US are just 10 minutes away and they are a tad pricey. We loved this park. Can't say enough good things about it though the entrance is VERY tight and poorly marked. GPS will take you to the expo and not the RV park which is on the side of it. The RV park is one block before 3rd street on 121 (Silverado Trail) on your left. If coming from the north then pass through 3rd street and look to your right. Look for chain link fence and a small sign in either case. Big rig friendly if you are not afraid of a tight turn getting into the place. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Location is great. Can walk to town if you want. Enjoyed the fact this park is within the Napa Valley Expo fairgrounds so walking a dog and just walking among the trees in the fairgrounds was a pleasure. Nice wide, long sites will accommodate the largest of rigs. Great Wi-Fi and free. Oxbow area is just a few blocks away and provides many places to eat and shop for food. Good point to use as a 'jump off' point to visit the hundreds of wineries in the area. WATCH the entrance to the park as it is narrow and lane restricted. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It's all about location. Not a fancy park, but excellent WiFi, electric, etc. Had good concrete pads too. If coming to Napa / Sonoma area, this is your campground. We've stayed several times over the years. Plenty of room for your 45 footer. We would definitely recommend. Found the park utilizing Big Rigs Best Bets book!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were going to stay 12 nights, but the Bottle Rock concert was going on so we only stayed 6. We enjoyed the park; cement pads, picnic table, and grass. The back in sites are against the road and can be noisy. Very good, central location to the wineries and San Francisco. The city of Napa is very cute with good restaurants. We would stay here again. The price seems to be high with no cable. If you have to use their bathrooms/showers, there are only 2 each. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I have to agree with the reviewer before me—I'd say this place was a bit of a disappointment overall. First of all, calling to make reservations is a pain. They don't answer the phone most of the time, and have long periods where no one is in the office. I had to call a couple of times because I never got a confirmation, and each time it was rather tedious. We stayed here for four days—on two of the days, there was an overpowering rotting fish smell in the campground. Not sure what that was about. One day in particular, we had to leave because of it. I used the showers twice because we ran out of propane, and they don't have propane here. The first time, there was no hot water, and the water pressure (non-adjustable) was so extreme it bruised my skin. The other shower was better. Bathrooms were sort of adequate... no mat or anything to prevent slipping, and puddles of water, couldn't close the window so it was very cold, etc. Road construction nearby also turned out to be a huge hassle, and actually led to us getting a flat tire when we tried to leave, not that that's the campground's fault. But entering and leaving the campground is pretty tight, and not well-marked. On the good side, the internet was pretty reliable, and sites were level and concrete. I don't think I'd stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
After reading reviews were hoping for the best. The park is small and tidy with concrete pads. But the Wi-Fi is limited and sporadic and the bathrooms were overused as they only had two of the singles open for 15 rigs which led to messy floors, waiting and line and they actually ran out of hot water. We stayed three days because of its proximity to so much of the local area but it was a disappointment. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A nice, convenient place to stay when in the area. Sites are level, concrete pads. Friendly, helpful staff. Wi-fi is free. Well groomed appearance. This was our third stay here and a pleasant one. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great place to stay in Napa. It is walking distance to town and a short drive to St. Helena and Yountville. The pads are very large and nicely spaced apart. There is no cable TV but we were able to get several channels over the air. We tried to watch a show on our Dish Online but this park limits bandwidth. If you plan to use their Wi-Fi for streaming movies or shows it will shut you down. Overall we enjoyed our stay and will be back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a great park. It would be a "10" if they had cable/sat TV. Right in the middle of Napa, excellent pads, grass, clean and well run. We initially were staying for 2 nights and immediately added 1 more night, since it was so nice. We really enjoyed staying here. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice place to spend a weekend in Napa Valley. Park is on the fairgrounds and within a walk/bike ride to downtown Napa and Oxbow Market. Only drawback is traffic noise from Silverado Trail on Friday night. There must have been a drag race going on!! The Wi-Fi was spotty to nonexistent, but Verizon worked fine. Bathrooms and showers were very clean. This is the best place in Napa to camp. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean and well organized newly renovated RV park. The entrance is difficult to see when approaching from the south on Silverado Trail and when exiting the park there is no left turn. The concrete pads are wide and level. There is adequate grassy space between the pads and the well located services are easy to plug into. This park is close to all services and conveniently located for visiting the Napa Valley and surrounding areas. The Camp Host was very friendly, helpful and went out of his way to accommodate us when we arrived with no reservation. We would stay in this park again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here in 2007 when it was just the old site haphazardly placed amongst the buildings. Nice job on the new park--clean, well laid out. The entrance isn't well marked and is a bit of a job depending upon how long you are. Exit is a no left turn which means going down a few blocks to get to where you need to be. Entrance off of 3rd street is closed at times, so can't count on it being open. Would have rated higher but at $40/night this is on the high side with only Wi-Fi as the amenity. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Friendly camp hosts. Clean, clean, quiet park. VERY convenient for Napa, Calistoga & Sonoma sight seeing. Lots of park area to walk pets. Return here every year. $$ reflects Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A little hard to find, but this is a very clean park. Laundry room is available but we didn't use it. The fairgrounds are pretty and the buildings were were updated. Nice quiet stay in December. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park itself is fine. The noise is bad. Silverado Trail traffic is constant until about 10:00 pm and the morning commuters start before 5:00 am. Loud cars, semi-trucks, delivery vans, it has it all. We were planning on a two night stay but left after one night even though they would not refund the second night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great park. We loved it here. Check in was easy and fast. The host met us while we were entering the park. He guided us into the site even though it was not necessary. The sites are long, level concrete with all services correctly placed and properly working. Nice wide grassy strip separating the pads. Grass was well manicured. The only downside was the lack of mature trees. It was very warm in Napa and some shade would have been nice. Rules were not overbearing. Internet and cell service was 100%. We paid $38.00 per night including the Good Sam discount. We will return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It is a nice place to stay and convenient to the entire Napa Valley. There are friendly and helpful hosts. It is very clean. Quiet time is enforced. I stayed here a week and it was quiet except for one night. It is close to downtown, restaurants and attractions. Napa Valley is not RV friendly, as there are very few nice places to stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
One of the cleanest RV parks we have stayed in. Very quiet also. Nice large pull throughs with a good sized green lawn between sites. Camp host was very helpful. Very close to the Napa Valley Fairgrounds which was nice to walk our dogs around. We can't wait to return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The location of this park is perfect for exploring the Napa/Sonoma region. It is clean, has ample room, generous size concrete pads with lots of well-tended grass in between. But the other super plus is the campground host! He was our next door neighbor during our five-night stay, and gave us all kinds of terrific advice on wineries, restaurants, and places to see. He is SO helpful -- he even walked our little dog when we went on the wine train! The park has a super advantage with the host - kudos to them for hiring him on. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were able to stay here 2 nights (all they had available) and are hoping to squeeze in for a few more on our way out of California. The park is manicured and immaculate. The camp host is just the nicest guy you can imagine, with a wealth of knowledge about the area and routes well beyond. This park is small, but quiet and secure. They are expanding a bit, which is a great idea. It is close to all the great things to see in Napa Valley as well as the ferry from Vallejo to San Francisco. I am looking forward to another stay here! We camped here in a Motorhome.
I agree on the cleanliness however there is one major flaw - it is VERY STERILE, and more like an RV parking lot instead of a campground. No amenities so too expensive for what you get, no nice views, no fire pits, No trees, no privacy between your neighbors and the hosts are beyond anal about dogs on leashes. The choices of campgrounds in Napa are very limited so if I had another option we would not stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
You can't stay much closer to San Francisco for less then $50 per night. New rates took effect as of May 1st to $44 per night before Good Sam/AAA Discount. This property is immaculate and the hard working host is great. They are adding another 9 sites too. Reservations here should be made months in advance. They work hard to accommodate people, but all of the sites are full nearly every night. It's hard to believe that this is a fairgrounds property since it is nicer than most 5 star resorts. If you are planning a stay in the bay area, this is the place to be. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I love this place. When I bought my first 5th wheel, I took it here only 25 miles from home and they helped me out on some tricks and how to hook up. I just bought a new RV and decided to come here again. The other campers are always friendly. VERY clean and great location for bike riding through Napa Valley. I wanted to stay a 3rd day and they let me hang around until all reservations were confirmed, unfortunately, no cancellations. I'll be back! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very clean, well-maintained park. Friendly, helpful camp hosts. Level concrete sites with picnic tables, easy access, easy hookups. No trees, no fire pits, and no "nature" other than well-trimmed grass between spaces. Main reason to stay there is to visit town of Napa - we walked to Wine Train and also to restaurants in downtown across the river. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very small RV park, however, if you can get in its great. This park, in comparison with others in Napa, is excellent (but trees are limited). The man who handles registration and maintains the park is the nicest person you will meet. He keeps the place spotless and well maintained and is most helpful with all our many questions during the stay. The park is located at the EXPO, but is up in its cozy corner and quiet. Very close to downtown Napa (we road our bikes into town) and town is beautiful. Pull through sites are level and big. I tow a jeep and with both rigs parked I still had lots of room on the pad. If in Napa, I would definitely stay here again without any reservation!!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
A lovely surprise in Napa. Large, long concrete pull-through sites with double 50/30/20 connections, water, and sewer. Presumably they double up sites during the fair or other events. Grassy areas with picnic tables between sites. Excellent paved interior roads, and properly trimmed trees easily accommodate big rigs. There is a small social room with a few tables and chairs for small groups to meet. Wonderful camp hosts are both friendly and helpful. Park rules are well enforced and make for a pleasant experience for all. This park is not well suited for children. Park entrance gate is closed at midnight each night, though there is a way to get back in after hours. Good Sam is currently accepted for discounts. Bring the valid card in to register as they require a copy of it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was my first time pulling a 5th wheel anywhere. My wife and I wanted someplace close to home to try it out. We were met by a very friendly gentleman who showed us how to do our hook ups and give us some advice on camping. Very quite and the weather was perfect. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground was a really nice surprise. We found it to have everything we wanted: pull through site, Wi-Fi, grass, quiet, easy access to area activities, etc. We stayed over two weeks because it was just so convenient to what we wanted to see. Staff was friendly and helpful. If we are every in the area again we would definitely stay here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great little RV Park! It is very small, but has wide, level, concrete pad sites. There is a nice sized patch of grass between each site, and a well kept picnic table. The grounds are manicured, and have newly planted trees and rose bushes. There is a small laundry room, and clean shower/toilet facilities. There is no fenced dog run, but there are ample grassy areas to curb and exercise your dog. You can walk them throughout the fair-ground, and even into a nice little neighborhood across the street. There are strict "pickup" rules, but as a result, the grassy areas are a pleasure to walk through. This park is well situated, and close to downtown Napa, and many vineyards. The camp host is very friendly, and made some wonderful suggestions for vineyards and restaurants that we might want to visit in the area. I would recommend this park to anyone, and we will return on our next visit. Put this park on your "Yes" list. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very nice park. Has paved roads, concrete pads and grass, no trees though. The big advantage here is the proximity to downtown Napa. We walked over the bridge into downtown and didn't had to drive at all. Enjoy the wine train or a good dinner with some wine and safely get home to your rig. The private shower cabinets are not too big and the only downside was the noisy fan in the shower, but you didn't need coins for the shower. We were parked at the end of the park towards Silverado Avenue where at times we got the traffic noise. Good Sam rate and we will return when again in this area. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
This is the perfect park to use as a base for exploring Napa Valley. It's convenient, quiet, and well-appointed for this kind of visit. Interior roads are paved and the concrete sites are huge by any standard with plenty of grass space between sites. Utilities are excellent and they've added Wi-Fi. Staff was helpful and friendly, our pets were welcome, and we had no issue getting satellite and Verizon signals. Rate reflects Good Sam discount. The only down-side could be the small number of sites (we made our reservation well in advance), although we were told they hope to double the number of sites by removing some of the barn/stable areas in the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed here many times, and have always enjoyed ourselves. This is primarily a location park, as opposed to destination park, and by that I mean its proximity to downtown Napa is a major feature. The sites and the park are well described by other reviewers, but the big change is that the park now has Wi-Fi. There are five private bathrooms with showers for 18 sites. No other amenities like a pool, but that's not the reason we come here. It's a great place to return to to have a glass of the wine you bought at one of the many great wineries. We will definitely return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice small park for big rigs with long, level concrete pad and wide paved streets. Price reflects Good Sam rate-up to date card needed. Very friendly host showed us to our site to get settled even before registering. Had our name and site # from a reservation made months in advance, through the phone number that only works Monday-Friday. Reservations are a must as they were full every night. The directions they email to you are good once you get to the poorly marked entrance. More detail can be found on the web site. WiFi, satellite TV and aircard all worked well. Great location for the Wine Train and Napa Valley. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wow! This is an EXCELLENT "RV" Park! The price is hard to beat anywhere in the Bay Area. Price reflects Good Sam rate. Make sure to have your card in good standing. There are currently only 2 options to choose from in Napa, and the Expo is hands down the nicest if you like staying at "Modern RV Parks." If you prefer a "Campground" atmosphere, you may prefer nearby Skyline Wilderness Park with nearly the same pricing. The Expo has extra long and wide 75' concrete pads at 12 pull-through sites and 7 long back-in sites. Each site with a large picnic table, wide grassy area and full-hookups. All roads are wide and paved. It was upgraded a few years ago and has no trees at the sites since 150 units use the same space during events held at the expo. There are lots of trees on the Expo property for taking walks or for walking pets. Sites face west, so you get afternoon sun on your patio. But, since each site has 4 sets of connections, you can probably ask if you may face east to get afternoon shade. There are not a lot of HOT days in Napa so, shade trees are not often needed. The nights are always cool and many mornings cloudy from coastal fog. The restrooms and showers are new, clean and private. There is a small laundry room which could be larger or have newer machines. There is free Wi-Fi which works well and the Camp Hosts couldn't be friendlier. Make sure to have reservations since they are full just about every night. They are very accommodating to fit people in whenever possible due to other cancellations. The Park deserves a 10, but there is no pool, spa, cable TV nor activities. Excellent place to stay for the price and location! I will back back again and again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park surprised me. When I arrived they were expecting me and they had me pull into my site and get settled in before we took care of the paperwork. The restrooms were very clean. I'd even go as far as saying immaculate! The showers were clean too, and very private. The spaces are concrete pads with plenty of room for a large RV. In between each spot was a beautiful grassy spot with a picnic table. Trash cans located throughout the park are emptied as needed, and the park host was gracious and very helpful with area attractions. We booked our spot months in advanced, and I'm very glad we did as there were only a 18 sites total, and they were all full. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great park to visit Napa and ride the Napa Valley Wine Train. The sites are concrete and the security gate is locked at night. Make your reservations early as there are only about 18 sites, but all sites are large pull throughs, long enough for any motorhome including the tow car without being disconnected. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great access to downtown Napa and the Silverado Trail. The park appears to have been recently refurbished, with plans to add a few more sites in the future. Check in was easy and we were escorted to our site. Site was wide, long and level with green space between us and our neighbors. Wi-Fi was strong. Satellite reception was fine. The park was full every night during our mid-week stay, so reservations are essential. If you’re coming in from the south, the entrance is a sharp left turn. Consider waiting for traffic to clear and turning into the exit lane, which is a much easier turn. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We really liked this park. We were surprised with the size of the sites, enough room for the truck and 30 ft 5th wheel end to end. Level concrete pads, grass between sites. Clean showers, bathrooms and laundry room. Close to downtown Napa. The only downfall is that there is no cable TV hookup. That is why we rated it an 8. We will for sure be back here to stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great park to stay for access to the Napa and Sonoma wineries. Rates went up in January to $40 a night, but you get 10% for Good Sam or AAA. There are no weekly/monthly rates, and there is a 28 day stay limit. Camp hosts are friendly and helpful. I would advise calling and getting a reservation due to the limited spaces. There are 6 back-ins. Our 43' motorhome fit with no problem, with plenty of room for the toad. Spacing is also good, no problem with the slides. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place was expensive due to its location, but that's about it-it had large pull through spots but we requested 2 spots together and we even had printed proof of that. When we arrived, the manager was incredibly rude and basically said "too bad", he was also highly rude to the women in our camp. He told us he was a former cop and could do whatever he wanted because we were just dumb kids--we are young for RVers but we paid just as much as anybody else to be there. We would never stay there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was our first visit to this park. We were pleasantly surprised with the park. Although small, it has long pull through sites that will accommodate any length RV. Concrete pads with grass in between sites was nice. Restroom and shower facility was very clean. The camp host was very helpful and pleasant (and chatty). The park has no recreational facilities so does not rate a 10. However, it is a good place to set up camp for a few days as it is close to the wineries. We would definitely come here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I agree with the other reviews. The campground is in a very convenient location for touring the wineries. It is clean but very sterile. In my opinion it is more like an RV parking lot than what I consider a campground. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This little gem of a park is located right off the Silverado trail in the city of Napa. All of the widely-spaced sites have over sized concrete pads and have 30/50 amp full-service utilities. Half of the sites are back-in and half are pull-through. Most are satellite-friendly and all will accommodate big rigs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here in a 45' motorcoach and had plenty of elbow room. Very convenient location to explore the Napa/Sonoma communities. Strong electric, spotty Wi-Fi, easy in and easy out, but if coming from the south: turn in front of the huge electric pole at the entrance. Large, level sites with grass and a picnic table. You can walk to town. Excellent work campers. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Napa doesn’t have many (if any) RV parks that will accommodate the 40 footers, but this one will. It has apparently been remodeled in the last couple of years, turning a dirt lot into a very quiet, pleasant park. You will find paved roads, extra wide, concrete pads and a grassy space between sites. It's easy to maneuver in the park, but be sure to approach it from the north on Silverado Trail as there is a pole in the entrance that would be extremely difficult, if not impossible for the big rigs. The laundry is small but appeared clean. I didn’t check the restrooms. You will get satellite, but they don’t have Wi-Fi. Our data card worked. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground was a pleasant surprise. Large concrete, pull through sites with grass separating each site. Tables with seats large enough to accommodate six adults. Quiet. Reservations are taken and a specific site reserved; however, if you decide to extend your stay you may be required to move to another site. Inconvenient, but understandable since they reserve sites. We had to do this twice. Very dog friendly park with large grassy area for them. They do not have an enclosed dog run yet, but we were told that it is in the works, so to speak. There are no trees for shade at the sites, but they have several in the park where you can walk your pets. The camp host was very friendly. The Napa Valley wineries are very close and give you an opportunity to savor the wines produced in the area. We certainly will be back again since we ran out of time for visiting them. We camped here in a Motorhome.
An excellent campground. Long, level, concrete sites with patio. Close to downtown for the Thursday evening festivals and close to the wineries. We used this as a base to travel to San Francisco also. There is an excellent host who was most helpful. The only negatives were lack of shade (thankfully it was very pleasant there) and lack of Wi-Fi. If the CG had these, the 18 sites would be full all of the time. We will definitely stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a small, well maintained park with concrete pads and very helpful staff. The location is excellent and provides a good base (and good value) for visiting the Napa/Sonoma wine county. The showers, restrooms, and laundry are clean and easily accessible. The park was very quiet and pleasant. The camp hosts were particularly helpful to our daughter and her family, who were RVing for the first time and arrived a day ahead of us. The only downside is the lack of trees for shade, as it was quite hot here during our mid-July visit. The park is clearly popular, based on the lack of availability during our stay (we made reservations 3 months in advance). We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
What a transformation! This campground used to look like a parking lot and it has been completely re-done with double-wide sites and very long parking pads. Paved roads and pads with nice grass between sites. Easy access for the largest rigs and a great place to park and visit all of wine country for a few days. No recreation features, but most people aren't here for that. Clean, neat, great electric, water and sewer and a nice quiet location. Would return to this campground over and over again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
They have an outstanding campground host. Very friendly and helpful. Most of the sites are large, level, concrete pull-throughs. Note that all sites face due west, and there is no shade. Bathroom and showers were spotless. No cable TV or Wi-Fi. No campground amenities, but a great location within easy bike or walking distance from downtown Napa. We stayed for four days, and had a great time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park has asphalt roads and long, level concrete pads with grass between fairly wide sites. There is not much for kids to do unless something is going on at the fairgrounds. We definitely will return when in the Napa area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our first time at this RV Park. The host was great. The site was perfectly level, paved, and long (75'). Nice location, near downtown. Good rates, pet friendly, and hospitable. Access from Silverado Trail is best. We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great camp host. Nice wide and long paved spots with grass area and table next to each site. We are 40 foot with 4 slides and had plenty of room to include our toad. If you don't mind a little traffic noise this is the place to stay in Napa. Be sure to enter from Silverado Trail and not from Third Street. Glad we found a spot in this area that has 50 amp so we can run both AC's if we want to come back in the warmer months. We have found a new favorite spot in Napa. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were one of 4 other RVs in this large parking lot (off season!). Can't beat the location. Great to walk the dog to town to buy wine, cheese, etc. But if this park had been full, we would've pulled our hair out. It's just a parking lot with side-by-side sites. So, consider your purpose in staying here. Want to walk to town or participate in fairgrounds activities? This is your place. Eager for Napa scenery? Not here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We actually had to cancel, so didn't stay here, but I wanted to put in a good word for the delightful and responsive woman who takes their reservations on the phone - she couldn't have been better. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed overnight on September 24 2008 and had a very quiet stay. Paid $31 with AAA discount. All spaces are pull through and looked to be about 80-85 feet. Highly recommend. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We arrived on a Tuesday without reservations. They must, however, take reservations because they were expecting park to be filled by a group on Thursday. They did take my credit card. Nice park with good separation and healthy well cared for lawns between sites. I counted 6 young trees about 6 feet tall. No shade. Entrance and entrance sign are difficult to find or see. There was moderate street noise day and night. Friendly, helpful staff. We would come here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good park, recently upgraded. Good electric, concrete pads, very convenient to town of Napa, excellent campground hosts that meet you on your arrival. Will hold even the largest of Motorcoach's. When approaching park from south wait until traffic is clear and go left of huge utility pole at entrance. They do not take reservations, so arrive before noon or you may not get a spot. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park and the perfect place to stay when visiting the Napa valley. Very nice hosts. Other recent reviews are right on. Generally very quiet at night once the local traffic dies down, but we had some noise one night from people leaving a reception at one of the Expo buildings. The only other negatives are no cable TV or wi-fi, and only 18 sites. Arrive early to get a spot as they don't take reservations, and cash only. Hard to believe there are no other RV parks in the Napa area, but at least this is a good one. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great park to see the Napa area from. Access the park from the Silverado Trail, not 3rd street. Concrete sites are well spaced. Nice grass and perfect paved roads. The host was very friendly. The hookups are a 10. The only bummer is that they don't take reservations, and I never could get anyone to answer the phone. Less than 60 minutes to Fishermans Wharf. Less than 60 minutes to the ocean. Wine tasting up the wazoo. One of the best in the bay area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We found this to be a very nice park to stay in while touring the area. Long concrete pads with plenty of space for even the bigger motorhomes as there were several very high end ones staying when we did. Full hook ups and picnic tables at every site. Camp hosts are very friendly and went out of their way to make sure we were enjoying our stay. Although they do not have wi-fi, when we inquired we were informed that we could go up to the main office and get internet connection during their working hours. Again very accommodating. Outside the RV Park area, the rest of the grounds were very parklike and a nice safe place to take a walk. Close to downtown, excellent restaurants, Copia and the Wine Train Station. They are a certified Good Sam Park and offer a discount for members. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had reservations at Skyline Park for a weeks stay. After one night there, we were able to move to Napa Valley Expo, very nice! Nicer than Napa Fairgrounds in Calistoga and a lot nicer than Skyline Wilderness park. The concrete pull-throughs were almost 80ft long! They have all new utilities and the showers and baths were cleaned daily. It is in the middle of town but almost no noise! The main entrance does close at night but an alternative entrance is open around the clock. Friendly staff and a very nice park-like setting. Very dog friendly with lots of streets inside the expo center to walk with virtually no traffic to worry about. The down side is they don't take reservations. Although, after staying there for six days, turnover of sites is pretty regular. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Still not a destination park, but the improvements are very nice. Concrete pads (but you will still need to level) and full hook-ups are now available. Not all sites have a picnic table. Camp hosts are very friendly and helpful. They do not take reservations, and the gate to the park locks in the evening. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park has been rebuilt as there are brand new concrete pads, electrical and very little vegetation. I didn't notice a lot of trees like what was mentioned in a previous review, at least near our site, so they must have removed many during the rebuild. Close enough to walk downtown and to the Wine Train in 10-15 minutes. If there is something going on at the Expo Center it can get noisy along the driveway with traffic. Overall it is a no-frills clean park. Host was helpful and friendly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is really not a campground. The parking is on large curb areas within the park. There is a dump station and 50 amp service at sites. Almost all of the sites are in the trees. It is, however, a great location for camping while doing a wine tour. The camp host was most helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent field located right in the middle of Napa. Convenient to downtown and the local wineries. 50 AMP available at a few sites, but mostly 30. Large grassy field that is level and nice, clean restrooms. Current host informed us that they are putting in sewer and updating the park over the next few months. He also indicated the price will be going up substantially. We came for 2 days and ended up staying for a week. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It's just a big, level, grassy field--but it gets the job done. Partial hookups at the site and a dump station by the entrance. No reservations. Very convenient location for visiting the wineries in the area. Watch out for gate locking time, we were stuck outside at about 10:30--but the friendly security guard saw us and let us in. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It was just okay. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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Great place tour Napa, we stayed here on July 4th and enjoyed a wonderful fireworks show almost over the top of us. You park on a grass area that is pretty level with some sites that have partial hookups (no sewer). Very close to the downtown area and the river, within easy walking distance. Friendly host and went out of his way to find us a place with hookups. This is actually part of the Expo fairgrounds. Stayed in a Itasca 30' Class A We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a county park, and back-in sites in our loop were very tight. Our sewer was under our neighbor's picnic table. Park was clean, cell service was good. Satellite setup easy. Though the park is pet friendly our little pooch picked up lots of little burrs in his feet that we had to pick out every time we took him out. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is not a very pet friendly park as the pet park leaves a lot to be desired and you can only walk your dogs on the roads. This is a wilderness park and they are not too particular about how the RV campground looks. There is only one other campground in Napa and they sit on top of each other so you really have to decide the lesser of 2 evils. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is for a partial hookup pull thru site after $2 AAA discount. We have stayed here before and will stay again. Nice and quiet park. Very well maintained. However, most sites are only for smaller rigs. I would not rate this park to be big rig friendly, but accessible, yes. Only two sites in the full hookup section are long enough to accommodate our length of 51' combined. Driving and maneuvering was o.k. though. This might be different when the park is full. The pull thru sites in the partial hookup section are 35'. All back ins are about 30' or shorter. Be prepared to park your tow vehicle or toad in the parking lot at the entrance. Staff is very friendly. Sites are fine gravel and most of them require some leveling equipment. Hookups are in good order. Picnic table on site but no fire pit. A few small trees but very little privacy. Dump on the way out. We neither used any facilities nor the WiFi. Verizon was pretty good instead. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
It is just the cheapest in Napa. It is good if you just want to hike or ride bikes. There are no playground for kids, and it is not especially dog friendly. You cannot take them on the trails or into the woods. The deer and the birds are abundant. The staff does their job considering they have a lot to deal with there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Roads and sites are gravel. Full hookup sites are very close together. Back-in, water/electric sites are wide so your neighbors are not as close. Very quiet at night and in October the park was only about half full. We really enjoyed the hiking trails at the park, but dog owners need to be aware dogs are not allowed on the trails. We had good 4G Verizon signal. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
You won't find a better RV park near Napa Valley. Full hook up sites are tight, and the unpaved roads are dusty, but the utilities are great. Nice cool breeze each day, as the bay is very close. The office staff are great - they go above and beyond to help any way they can. We'll definitely be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The trash dumpster was overflowing for three days (Sunday - Tuesday). Dirt / gravel / weeds parking area. This park is located about 5 miles from downtown Napa. There was no Wi-Fi. The staff was nice. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Caution - Most of the RV sites at this park have electrical & water only, with no sewer connections. Only 10 of the sites offer sewer so if you need full hookups be very sure you are clear on that when making a reservation. The sites have nothing much to offer and are close together. The WiFi worked well. We stayed three nights and would not stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate shown for AAA discount. First site assigned (24) was very unlevel and needed 25 feet of sewer line for hookup. I managed to get a better site (25) that was more level and no problems with hookup of the sewer line. No cable TV, but plenty of channels over the air. Wi-Fi weak, but usuable most of the time. The surrounding wilderness park has plenty of trails to explore and the native garden near the campground was interesting as well. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We chose this campground because reviews said it is quiet and in fact it is very quiet. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The sites are all gravel and very close together. Make sure you park your rig right to have access to the sewer. The wireless works ok-ish in the early morning, for the rest of the day just forget it. The park has wonderful trails with great views and on the other side it is just a mile to a shopping center with Raleigh, Target and HomeDepot. Our rate reflects a AAA discount. We will come again when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
If you want a good quiet night's sleep, this is the place for you. While it may not be the prettiest park, it is level enough to consider. Certainly the Napa Valley has a lot to offer. Consider the wine tour at Castello de Amoroso near Calistoga. It is by far the most impressive sight in the valley. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Price reflects senior discount. This was a great place as home base for visiting the Napa Valley. There was a lot of street work on Imola Ave. but the detours were okay even with our big rig. The area is extremely quiet and we loved walking the dog here as it felt like the country, yet we were close to town. Staff was very helpful at check in. Sites were gravel and dirt but level. Verizon cell & air card worked well. We would definitely stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here when a reservation for a different RV park fell through. Skyline is very convenient to Napa/Sonoma wineries, activities, and highways. It is clean. The staff is helpful and friendly. The sites and road are gravel and level. This was not a problem for us. We had shade throughout the day. Our site had 50 amp full hookups. The sites are very close together yet it was not a problem because other campers were respectful of the closeness and it was quiet. We had a view of the mountains and trees. We would stay at Skyline again as our first choice. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here to tour wine country. The location is great for this activity. Unfortunately we had very noisy neighbors after quiet hours but there is no one monitoring it. The sites are fairly close together. There is no traffic noise at all so if your neighbors are quiet it is great sleeping. Husband said the bathrooms were adequately clean. They however, are a little old and worn. Verizon jetpack works fine for internet. There are almost no over the air stations to get. Roads are gravel and are level. But they are dusty and have a lot of weeds. And lots of sticker weeks so our dog had stickers all over him after sniffing around. You are better off staying at Napa Expo grounds or go to Santa Rosa Fairgrounds and tour Sonoma Valley wine country. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very friendly and helpful staff. Great fenced off leash area for the dogs to run. Nice and quiet, but spaces are somewhat close together. Recommend on weekends get here before 2:00 as spots are on first come, first serve basis. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate shown BCAA discount. Site gravel back-in and almost level. Sites 34-38 are on a narrow cul de sac and access is by backing in from the campground loop. Utilities worked fine. No cable TV, but at least 10 channels off the antenna. Wi-Fi signal strong, but slow at times due to bandwidth. Around 17 miles of trails in the park including some nice vistas of the Napa valley. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We found this park to be about 2 miles North of downtown Napa and a very convenient location for exploring Napa and the Napa Valley winery areas. The park has gravel roads and sites. All have water and electric but only the lower section has sewer. There is a dump station on the exit road. Most all sites will require leveling and very few have shade. The park would be a challenge for larger big rigs if it is near capacity. The sites are narrow and tight. It has a lot of walking trails but dogs are not allowed on them. There is a nice enclosed dog exercise/walk area, The showers and restrooms are old but were adequate. They advertise Wi-Fi but we could not get it. It's located in a huge wilderness area and is very quiet. Considering the cost of living in the Napa area, this park is a good value and adequate but definitely not a destination park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great location for a diverse getaway in the Napa Valley. Park has recently (this week) been totally renovated with new power pedestals, electrical services, and water service. New compacted gravel surfacing throughout the RV area. No dust whatsoever. Many RV spaces are essentially double-wide with some spaces being pull-through. Quiet. Wi-Fi too. Park is adjacent to Skyline Wilderness Park a huge recreation facility with equestrian facilities galore, disc golf, archery, etc. A wide array of hiking trails consisting of easy to strenuous. Some trails lead to a cozy canyon lake. Miles of hiking and mountain biking trails. Also, a quick and easy 2 mile drive to downtown (old town) Napa and its many attractions. Will stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A decent RV wilderness park. It’s not posh, but it is a good, rural, “state parkish” type RV location. I stayed here for a couple of nights in May 2011. The Park was upgrading its RV sites as well as adding additional visual grounds improvements. The host was helpful and friendly. Pluses: You’re in Napa. Good Hiking, horse friendly. Good Value. ~$30/night. Minuses: Bathroom/Showers needed upgrading. RV sites are a bit too close to each other. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I have mixed feeling about this park. The WiFi was slow. I didn't get any TV stations with my converter box. AT&T only had one bar. The spaces are not very level with ruts throughout. It is a pretty setting with nice trails. It's close by for driving to wineries. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This little gem is located outside of town in a country setting. It's very quiet. There are nature trails adjacent to the park for a nice morning hike. Some of the spaces are a bit close to each other, but I really liked the country setting. It's about 2 miles drive to the town of Napa, CA. I would definitely stay here again for an extended stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sites are dusty and minimal gravel. Entry and exit acceptable. No cable. More like a rugged state park than an RV park worth $33.00. However, it is close to downtown Napa with great restaurants and with easy access to the "wine tasting tour loop". We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We came to Napa for the Wine Train ride with dinner. This park was near the station. I had read the other reviews and was concerned about the check mark that said it wasn’t big rig friendly and comments about 35-38’ limit. I called and made reservations months ahead of time and specifically about big rig friendly, our coach is 42’11” plus tow apparatus. I was told they had spaces large enough. I double checked that information with another call the day we were scheduled to arrive. Again I was reassured that there was space for our coach. The second day we were there a coach our size or larger arrived. I know I had no problem negotiating the roads or getting into the site. Since the other coach was parked next to us, I assume they didn’t have a problem either. The interior roads and sites are gravel and need another layer of gravel to hold down the dust. Of course if other campers would observe the 5mph speed limit, dust wouldn’t be a problem. The RV section of the park was less than half full and very quite. The price I posted included a senior discount. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very convenient location for touring Napa and the vineyards. Like "camping" -- lots of green space! Walk from your site to one of the many hiking trails. This was a real GEM! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Gravel and dirt interior roads 35 - 38' rig would be about the limit for the site length. This was a decent place to stay in an RV, but not a campground feel if that is what you're looking for. Mostly a big gravel parking lot with hookups. Stay away from the full hookups unless you do not mind having very close neighbors. The water and electric sites are decent size. Close enough to downtown Napa for easy driving access and quiet at night. Has nice gardens and some nice walking hiking, popular for mountain biking. No fees for reservations, just call and tell them your coming, that is all they need to know. We camped here in a Motorhome.
After full timing for over a year, this is the worst experience I have ever had at a campground. The staff here is beyond rude and unprofessional; they are cruel and discriminatory. After we had been at the park for two days, a large group of RVs arrived. They had made arrangements to bring 20 RVs, but instead brought 25. The camp manager told us we had to leave to make room for the group, even though we had made arrangements to stay for three more days. When we protested, he continued to bully us and told us he was kicking us out. It was a horrible experience. Though it is close to Napa, it is not worth the inconvenience and uncertainty of having your vacation disrupted because of someone's poor managerial and personal skills. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The best thing about this park is the location. It's close to Napa Valley sights and easy to find. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The scenery is not what I would call "beautiful" but I would guess it is greener during winter and spring. Deer and wild turkey are easily sighted. The park is quiet and peaceful. This is one of the few RV parks in the Napa Valley area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We enjoyed the Staff which were very accommodating. We had "requested" a Full hookup site, which are on a First Come First Serve basis. They were able to set us up and this made our stay even better. We like the access to hiking trails and the ability to see a lot of wildlife. We will definitely visit again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
If you are looking for an inexpensive campground, with no amenities, that is conveniently located to wine country - this is it! If you are looking for anything else, then skip this campground. Skyline Wilderness Park is a very basic campground. The spots were a comfortable size, however, although we had called about 30 amp service, when we arrived and went to our site we found that we were sharing an electrical box with our neighbor and he had already taken the 30 amp service. So, we were stuck with 20 amp service until he left a week later, but that worked for us okay since we did not need our AC. The other occupants in the campground were a combination of people passing through, some that looked like they lived there full time in some very run down campers, and a group of Hispanic men that lived in their camper during the week while they were working in Napa. They were extremely loud in the evening as they always sat outside with their case of beer and bottle of Jaeger. But, they did not bother anybody beyond that. The showers were just okay - not extremely clean, but not awfully dirty either. They water pressure was strong but the you could only depend on having hot water if you were the first person in the showers in the morning. There was only hot water for one shower and if you were not it (which I generally was NOT), you were left with lukewarm to cool water. The best part of the park was how quiet it was (no traffic noise at all), how dark it was (no lights at night to glare into your windows), and how convenient it was to the Silverado Trail, downtown Napa and Sonoma. And for $25/night for full hookups, you can't beat the price to be in the heart of wine country! There is a laundromat right down the street from the park and a grocery store very close by as well. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
We picked this campground because it is in a great wilderness area and offers terrific hiking and mountain bike riding. We later discovered that dogs were not allowed on the trails. Must be the horses! The site we had (#18) was great with lots of room. However, if you pick a full hook-up site you will be right on top of the next rig. It is very tight! The facilities are okay, but getting old. Hiking the trails is worth the trip because the area is beautiful. And, you can ride your bike into town rather than burn gas! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is well located and has friendly office personnel. The sites are gravel. There are trees. This is a good, safe place to park with few amenities. We were fortunate to get a full hookup, not all sites have sewer. Everything worked just fine and although this is not a "destination" park for us, it is certainly a nice park for several nights. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Basic but nice camping. Not pretty by any means, but in the springtime hiking in skyline park can be nice. Excellent location for other adventures in the area. Be prepared for windy conditions! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is just a basic county park RV camp ground. People are very friendly and there are a lot of trails to walk. The park is located on the edge of Napa, so it was just about 8 minutes over to Copia and downtown Napa. There is a big shopping center as you go into town. The location is what sells this park. It takes about a week to really see the Napa Valley and I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is a nice find in the Napa area. It is a little hard to find, but the staff are very friendly and helpful. The sites are nothing fancy, but clean and level with full hook-ups or a dump station on your way out. We will stay here again when we're in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We planned on staying two nights here because of the great wine country location, but the stark, gravel parking lot sites made us want to move on. The staff member we met, however, was very friendly and refunded us one night. The bathrooms were reasonable and the park is very quiet. It is adjacent to a large public park with lots of walking trails and a frisbee golf course. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a pleasant alternative to a conventional RV park, surrounded by oak trees in a natural setting, and close to the wine country. Full hook-up sites are available, but are close together. Bigger coaches, such as ours, are best suited to the pull-through sites, which offer electrical and water only. It's quiet at night with nice cricket sounds.The woman who handles registration is very nice and helpful. Only negative note, we thought, was that this park has some (limited) working residents using this as home base and a couple sites needed to be tidied up. Nonetheless, it's a very pleasant place and we would stay here again. Actually, we stayed here twice. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This CG is a good choice for touring Napa and Sonoma. Sewer sites are first-come, first-serve but electric/water can be reserved and there is a dump station. There is Napa Coin Laundry nearby - driving distance apx 1 mile. The restrooms were very clean, but the showers were typical "wilderness" showers with a touch of mold on shower curtain and a few spiders and webs. Otherwise they were clean, had all needed hooks, and nice rubber and wooden floor mats. The garden area was wonderful. My kids loved the "secret garden" and always asked to visit it when we were at the campground. The staff was friendly and check-in was pleasant. The trails are nice. We saw wild turkeys and deer. It really is a wonderful place to stay while seeing the Napa, Sonoma and San Francisco area. We would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Lovely park to stay in while touring the wine country. Close to town. Quiet and secure key gate at night. We did not have time to use all the trails available but loved the gardens and wildlife. Deer, wild turkeys, birds, etc. Friendly helpful staff. Great location. We will return. Too bad it did not have laundry or store, but they are available near by. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very very close to Napa wine country. Only 30 minute drive to Vallejo Ferry terminal and hour ferry boat ride into San Francisco ($17 RT) -- best $17 I spent on entire trip. Jointly owned by county and city government. Well maintained and helpful staff. Also has 20+ miles of hiking trails and native habitat garden. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park will be closing July 13. Very minimal hookups. We dried camp in our RV. Convenient place for launching your boats. Dusty dirty camping. Obnoxious loud foul mouthed campers. People above us were wasted. A few had fallen and rolled down the hill and some were puking right above us. Not a place to bring your kids due to some of the choice words our fellow trashy campers used. Not a peaceful quiet stay at all. A lot of drunk people throughout. Loud and inconsiderate. Some were kicked out at 4:00am for fighting. Security could not keep up having to warn campers to quiet down. Paid in full during reservation and we were told that 2 cars per spot. Not true and charged us extra for 2nd vehicle. Hopefully the new owners will clean up the place. It needs major updating. Overall too much riff raff and the staff are clueless. The nice thing is that we were able to keep our generators on longer since no one else was respecting the quiet time. We were also off away from most. Could be a descent park if there was a way to weed out the lowlifes. Maybe if this was mostly an RV park it would be better. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A good park for access to Lake Berryessa. Most sites are "on the water", or just steps away. A 12 lane boat ramp! Can get busy during holidaya & weekends. Sites are dirt, but level. We camped here in a Tent.