33 RV Parks near Aromas, California
Oct 2013 - $33.00
The staff here are fabulous. It is a large park but mostly filled with long-term residence. They did have room for our large 40' rig but just barely. It was dirt/gravel nearly everywhere so not very fun for our toddler. The biggest downside to the park is the entrance. It is directly off the freeway so you have to pull into Hwy 101 on a blind curve and immediately merge into traffic (only going North). It is terrifying!! There is also no entrance from the Southbound 101 so you have to U-turn on the freeway! We decided to leave early simply because we didn't want to continue to take that risk. If it weren't for that, it would have been an OK place. Oh, and we did get two other residence come soliciting at our door to sell us DishTV. That has never happened anywhere else! - Crown Jewel
Jul 2012 - $30.00
This park is EXTREMELY difficult to find, especially at night. There are hardly any lights on the highway that it is off of and you must do a U-turn when coming from the north. Once you find the park you must cross a single lane bridge to get down to the main portion of it. Arrive early, they do not stay open late or leave information for you if they are closed. We arrived late in the evening and everything was closed up and we were left on our own to find a spot. This is very frustrating when you have paid in advance. There are MANY long term residents at this park, I would estimate about 75 percent of the spaces are taken up by people living there. The pool is closed and a murky green color. The spaces are small- to standard-sized but the roads are horribly small and the problem is compounded by people parking their extra vehicles on the small roads making it a tight squeeze for RVs. Everyone encountered though was very nice, and it was pretty quiet even though it was near the highway. We likely wont stay there again but in a pinch it is not bad for a quick overnight stay. - Nevaga Coyote
Jun 2010 - $33.00
There are only a few spaces available for the RVer passing through. Most of the sites are taken up by long-term units, many of which are run-down with expired registrations and surrounded by junk. The park is right next to the highway, and truck noise is significant day and night. However, the office personnel were friendly and refunded our second and third nights' payment when we told them we were unhappy with the accommodations and wanted to leave. - nmroadrunner
Oct 2013 - $40.00
This place is lovely! We were so excited to stay here because the staff were amazing . A real family owned/run business with true hospitality. The grounds were gorgeous and the monthly rate was very reasonable at $600. We fit just fine, but did scratch the tail as it dragged a bit coming in. But sadly we were unable to stay because the old electrical wiring was not able to support our newer rig. We have run on 30 AMP easy at many other parks but here our surge guard kept us from getting enough electricity to do anything in the rig! We were tremendously disappointed, but they were very gracious and said this was the 1st time they have run into this problem, doing what ever they could to remedy it. So if you have an older rig, or a smaller one, or they upgrade their wiring this is an oasis along your journey!! - Crown Jewel
Mar 2009 - $35.00
There is a very run down feel to this park. It seems to be mostly populated with long term residents in mostly older RVs. They seem to be working on the park but the park is either in decline or trying to make a come back. I cannot say which. They offer a honey wagon Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Power was low voltage. It got down to 108 volts at least once a day while we there and shut down our electrical system. I would not stay there again. - We are Fulltimers
Jul 2008 - $28.00
Nice park with many locals or full timers. They are not a problem, but an asset. All were friendly to overnighters. The only problem with this park is the hard climb to the rest rooms, showers and laundry. That is if you are in the lower section by the lake. The laundry and restrooms were very clean and neat. Sites were roomy, and it was not full in the middle of the summer. They have a private fishing lake which you can walk around, very nice, but it closes at 7PM. Stay here you will like it. - Chalet 22
Nov 2017 - $49.00
Nicely maintained grounds, easy on and off freeway. Has a security gate that is activated after 5pm. We were there for one night and were placed next to a large family, when there were many open spaces. Many long term trailers, cars and trucks coming and going all night in the park. Train tracks nearby. - Millerfamily04
Sep 2017 - $45.00
Concrete community. No grass at campsites gravel and bushes only. Electricity was solid during excessive heat waves. Easy to navigate to CG and also in CG. Fair amount of nicely maintained permanents. 108. - hug448844
Jul 2017 - $48.00
Extremely convenient for the traveler off Highway 101. I had a tiring journey from LA and needed a place to stay for the night in my Class B motorhome. This privately owned park was very well run and quiet in spite of its proximity to the highway. It's not necessarily a destination spot, but it is located not far from beautiful Monterey. - Ramsey and Mary
Mar 2014 - $33.00
Yes, this is an older park, but it worked for us as a one night stopover. There is actually a TV cable hook up, but no viewable channels can be seen (just ghostly images with snow). You can, however, get several HD channels on your roof top antenna with about 4 of them in Spanish and about 6 in English. There is a long dog run which is not fenced and right beside the highway, so keep your dog on a leash. The roads are paved and the sites are on old gravel, which can get a little muddy if it rains. The sewer hookups are old and have not been well maintained. Wi-Fi is limited but worked OK for us in our site. The park itself was relatively quiet at night, however the highway was certainly a continuous noise. We would only stay here again if necessary. - Snoet
Jul 2013 - $35.00
In San Juan Bautista near mission/SHP. Just off highway but very quiet. Well kept park with shady sites. Interesting historic buildings on property. They don't seem to advertise much; not crowded. Staff was friendly and helpful. Excellent restrooms. My kids relocated near recreation building to use the Wi-Fi. The signal was weak at the campsite. Don't understand previous reviewers concern about long term residents. There were some but immaculately kept spots. I could see why someone would want to stay for a month or two. We used the location as jumping off point to visit attractions in the San Jose/Santa Cruz area. Would definitely return. - MMLM
Oct 2011 - $37.00
This is an old park that could be very nice if cleaned up. Has low tree limbs and lots of trees. The toilets were boarded up. A lot of permanents parked here. Stayed 3 nights while we were in the area. - TeamElk-Rib
May 2017 - $63.00
We stayed here because it was convenient to Monterey and Pinnacles National Park. We were in a section with units positioned to pull in from opposite ends so we shared connection locations. The space was rather tight and almost all asphalt. Unlike other spots, since we faced our neighbors, it wasn't very private. The bathrooms need upgrading and management says they are planning that. The laundry was great. Wi-Fi was not usable but Verizon 4G was fine. It served our purpose for the location but not really that pleasant. They said they are upgrading the power which is needed as we lost power the last night. The entry driveway is a tight turn and steep so follow their directions if you have a big rig. We were close to the 101 highway so noisy. Like many RV parks today, there were a number of permanent or semi-permanent residents. - bdornbush
Mar 2017 - $74.00
What a great little park! Despite heavy storm damage, the maintenance staff has been working hard to clean up downed trees and make each RV site nice. Our site, the best one in the place, has a side deck and back deck, all for the price. Management and workers are friendly and helpful. Would stay here again in a heartbeat. - laurly
Nov 2016 - $1.00
This is a campground that needs some improvements. Our space was tight for our 40' Class A, but we managed to back it in. The problem was electrical supplies. Luckily we have a Hughes Autoformer and a Progressive Industries 50 amps EMS. Despite having the Autoformer to boost voltage, we saw power drop down to 105 volts. I went to the office after shutting down all power to the rig and they quickly sent an electrician to diagnostic the problem. He was unable to fix the issue and we spent the night without power. It was cold in late November.
In the morning we moved to another location that became available and the management agreed to refund our stay. Nice and friendly management, but watch out for electrical supply in some spots. - Two Dogs and an RV
Sep 2015 - $45.00
We chose to stay here because of the access to the surrounding areas. The sites are very close together. It did not allow us to park our towed vehicle except right outside our door, which meant no place to even sit outside or access our storage bays. Our RV is 40' and we were given a back-in spot. There are a few trees but no grassy areas at the sites. It seemed there were plenty of permanent residences. It was easy off the freeway, it is located right behind a huge shopping center (Target, Kohl's, Michaels, BevMo, and restaurants). - Traveling Around
Jun 2015 - $34.00
Rate is based on weekly rate. Park is almost entirely permanent residents. I was jammed in next to the dog walk area, which is next to the rest rooms. I stepped off my doorstep literally into dog XXXX. There was no room to park my truck at my site. The office said I could park up front near the office, which I declined. I was then told it would be OK to park in one of the two spaces reserved for the rest rooms. These two spaces were sized for Honda Civics, so if I left for the day and someone else parked in one of the spaces, I had to wait for them to leave before I could park for the night.
Interior trees need to be trimmed. I had to pull out of my site at an extreme angle in order not to have a tree branch hit my AC units.
The interior roadways are very crowded with vehicles.
I cannot recommend this park and will not stay here again. - GoPackGo
Mar 2015 - $36.00
A very full park at our week visit time with many long term residents. It was crowded. We enjoyed the well behaved resident children's antics, regard the staff as professional, and helpful in directing us to a resident that cared for our young pet while we were away on day trips. - SDCampowneroperator
Apr 2017 - $40.00
Park concessionaire died 2017 April. The city is temporarily closing the RV sites. - wjzcbn
Oct 2016 - $35.00
We found this to be a very clean and quiet RV park to stay at. The bathrooms are very dated, but functional and as clean as you could get them considering their age. This is a community park, so obviously, there is no money for the facilities. There was an extra fee for our two dogs and we had no problem with that. The issue we had was that you have to sign a release for the county, that says if they find that you have left your dogs unattended in the RV and you have left the park, that you allow the local Animal control to enter your RV, by force if need be, to remove your unattended animal from your RV and take the dog to the pound. Fortunately, it was fall, so we were able to take our dogs with us whenever we left the rig, in the summer this would have been a problem. - luvdoggiez
Jul 2016 - $40.00
The location is nice and the staff are friendly and helpful; however, when a park states that they have wifi, it should be decent wifi. There was a bait and switch to the wifi; if you want "high speed" the charge is $1.95 an HOUR! The "slow speed" (their words) was miserably slow. And don't go with out texts because that's how you sign in, receiving a text of your sign in number. I had just gotten a phone with texts right before leaving to go there.
The manager told me when we were leaving, that she was going to talk with their internet guy about getting more bandwidth, so it may be better soon.
At night the gates are locked, so security was good. We were given a key, after a $5 deposit, so could get in the couple of nights we were out after 9 pm, when the gates are closed and locked.
Would have been nice to have a children's playground, for when our granddaughter came to visit, but we were told it had been taken out some time before and not replaced. - grandma w
Sep 2017 - $50.00
Sites are concrete with gravel between, minimal landscaping. Sites are "slide to slide", minimal room to park a long tow vehicle or toad, no patios (no room) or picnic tables. Good satellite viewing of southern sky for pull-through sites. There is a lot of road noise all day and night. No dogs allowed on grass, there is a dog park but it is full of dog poop. No coach washing but you can have a service come out to wash your coach. Funny thing is the service uses the parks water so what is the difference if you wash or service, I smell something fishy here. They could charge like other parks do to allow owners to wash thier coach, revenue in. Lots of permanent residents. - SStapleton
Sep 2017 - $50.00
Awww... the smell of Garlic! It was present, but didn't bother us at all. This park is paved, with sufficiently level concrete pads. There are a lot of full time residents. As a two day visitor, I felt welcome. The location was good, with lots of stores nearby. The office closes at 5:30 PM, which was before we arrived the first night. Late check-in procedure was no issue. Sites are long enough, but tight (in that neighbors are right there!). I could not extend my awning due to a tree (I could have moved the RV further forward to account for the tree, but then it would have hit my neighbors RV who parked in his site crooked to fit his attached trailer). - Zeltar
May 2017 - $50.00
Well kept, quiet Park. Staff did a great job at providing information and recommendations for the local area. Our site had shade thanks to a large tree. Level concrete pads and hook-ups where they are easy to use. Pet friendly - take you dog to the office for a treat. Only negative - no picnic tables. - Champ203
Aug 2016 - $40.00
This is a county park so I was surprised as to the cleanliness of the place and the condition of the sites. Think of this as a camp ground with RV spaces. By that I mean RV parks normally have some lawn and paved roadways (at least the ones we go to). The roadways are paved but everything else is dirt, so if you have kids they will get dirty.
Stayed in Valley View 1. Valley View #2 has little shade. All except for 3 or 4 sites are very shady. The ones in the center area are totally shaded. There is a dump station at this park.
Lots of hiking trails and mountain bike trails to hike or ride. - Tom Sch
Aug 2016 - $40.00
Nice park in the trees - halfway between Watsonville (very cool coastal area) and Gilroy (very warm inland area). Excellent tree cover and while this makes for comfortable days and nights, you may get some marine layer (so heavy this morning it was like rain) and you'll get little to no cell reception. Other than that, it's convenient (except for the road work on 152 that can get very congested) to so much and a pretty good deal for what you get. Tip: If you want to burn some firewood at your fire ring - bring your own since they sell it there but for $13 for a small box. - Darwindog
Sep 2015 - $35.00
We really enjoyed this little park. The sites are all covered in trees so you have lots of privacy. No fire pit in our site but we did have a big brick grill. Definitely a steep road to get to the park but we saw some big rigs while we were there so it's doable. Good location if you like hiking or wine tasting. - MadAdventures
Dec 2017 - $75.00
The staff was friendly and helpful. The park was clean and within walking distance of the beach and restaurants. They do charge $85 on the weekends. It is convenient to Monterey, etc. We had site #1 so did not have another rig to look at when we used the patio. Parked the tow car at an angle in front of the rig. - TeamElk-Rib
Oct 2017 - $68.00
The biggest benefit of this park is that it is centrally located to the coastal areas of Santa Cruz, Monterey, Carmel, and the big Sur area. While not next door to any of these locations it probably is the most centrally located campground to them. The park is easy to find and the roads to and from are OK, but take it easy on Moss Landing Road it has quite a few potholes. It is also a little difficult getting out to Highway 1 if you are headed south on Moss Landing Road due to heavy traffic on 1 and no traffic light. The entrance can be congested if more than two rigs arrive at the same time. The park itself is nicely maintained but the asphalt internal roads are narrow and the sites are very close to your neighbors. Our picnic table was very close to our neighbors hookups. What little space that there is, however, is nicely maintained grass. You are escorted to your site so that helps alleviate any potential problems caused by the narrow roads. All hookups worked well but the WIFI was only so so. The cable TV offered 16 channels. The pad was concrete and level. We did not use the restrooms and any of the amenities offered like community fire pit. Overall I would use this park again but I would look a little closer at other alternatives. - WOLFTRACKS
Oct 2017 - $70.00
Normally I do not take the time to report issues however I felt this one needed to be forwarded to the owners of the resort We are not looking for a discount or a free stay we simply want to advise you of unpleasant circumstances that occurred upon arrival at the KOA at moss Landing We confirmed our reservation for October 15-18 on the basis that I and our traveling partner (2sites) had served in the navy (myself) and the army reserves (my friend) and had been offered and accepted a military discount even though we had not been active for almost 30 years There were two issues upon arrival at the campground the first was we were denied the military discount on the basis that we could not produce ID I explained that we've been out of the service for 30 years but the park manager insisted that we must have an ID It became unpleasant and upset because we were promised the military discount when we made the reservation and there was no mention of ID necessary at that time I simply let the discount go and proceeded to my site as we had just completed an eight hour trip to the mountains and were quite tired After sitting up at the campsite the park manager came over and stated that I needed to move my Trailer as the stabilizer jacks were not on the cement put on the grass. I stated that was nothing in the campground rules on that to which Park mgr replied "its common sense" The only reason the camper was back that far was to clear the slide out from the electric post and prevent damage however he insisted and I ended up re-hooking up my camper and moving up and over as he requested After resetting the camper I noticed that the rig right behind me also had stabilizer jacks on the grass when I advised this to Larry he proceeded to tell me that " this was a private campground and they could refuse service to anyone" at this point I was beyond angry and did call him an **** We stayed at the campsite for three days without further incident - Mark osmer