This is the absolute worst campground we have ever encountered. It is trashy, the electric didn't work and it was full of vagrant types getting drunk. We got back into our motorhome and left back out on the dusty gravel road and it has take my husband 3 days to get the dust off. I've had to dust everything in the MH. Even $300,000 motorhomes leak when that much dust is blowing out from your diesel exhaust. We couldn't tell the color of our tow car. WARNING: Never ever go there. Shame shame on Passport America. We camped here in a Motorhome.
WiFi weak and unusable at my site (far end of campground). Cable TV not working for entire campground as per staff. Steep asphalt then gravel road; narrow but maintained. Constant Interstate 5 noise. Passport America rate. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
If there is a number below 1 then that is what we would rate this park. To start with, we drove through and could not even think about parking and getting out of the truck. This is the worst park I have ever seen. It was true "trailer trash". Messy, trash all over, lots of stationery trailers that were filthy. I cannot believe that Passport America has this listed in its book. Plus, the road is a one lane, dirt road, downhill, with no pull over spot if two meet in the middle, goes about 1 mile. Do Not come here. This site requires a dollar amount, so we put in a dollar, even though we drove through. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Would not reccomend this campground to my worst enemy, we stopped for one night. This is the spot where the word trailer trash comes to mind. I expected to see Jerry Springer there. The restrooms and showers were the worst I have ever seen. Cannot believe that this is a Passport America campground and has been rated by Woodhall. I think they need to go in and check it again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Kind of in the middle of nowhere, this campground is a nice place to stop for a night or two if you are traveling along I-5. I was here in winter, so none of the facilities like the pool were available, so I can't comment on them. My pull through was very long and the hookup post was in very good condition and covered to keep it out of the rain. The staff person I dealt with was very friendly and led me to my site with her golf cart. There was cable TV, but only 4 or 5 channels worked when I was there. They are supposed to have WiFi, but it didn't seem to work. I was only there for a night, so I didn't bother asking about it. With Passport America, this really is a good deal. The road into and out of the campground is pretty steep, take it slow and be careful if it has been raining. There were some long term residents living in rather old trailers. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.