The park is located on the grounds of Castle Air Force Base which is largely vacant but partly used for community services and flight training. It was originally set up for the volunteer workers at the Air Museum. The rent comes with a free pass to the nearby museum and gift shop, which is definitely worth a visit. The park is basically an asphalt parking area next to a large grassy area. Manager is onsite. Sites are two parking-spaces wide. Wide area in front makes for easy backing. Electric is 50 amp only at the back of the space. Sewer both at space and park dump nearby.
I use the park for an overnighter. - SactoMatt
Not a destination park, but a cheap place to stay overnight on the way through. It is a place to park and hook up, nothing else. No restrooms or other amenities. Half the sites are dry camping ($15), the other half full hookup back in. The hookups look a little worn, but work well. If the sewer hookup is out of reach, which it was for us, there is a dump station on the way out. Verizon worked excellent here. With the rate comes one free ticket for the adjacent Air Museum, which has a nice selection of military planes from WWII to the end of the 20th century. A little noisy at night, due to the trains honking their horns diligently. To find the place watch for the museum and take the road next to it. Then turn left immediately on Hospital Road. Half a mile down the road on the left you will see a small parking lot which is the RV park. We will come again for overnight stays. - TheSchweitzers
Park provides full hookups or dry camping. No restrooms available. Park is very convenient for visiting Castle Air Museum. Only 6 full hook-up sites, but no problem getting in this trip. If visiting Air Museum, we would stay here again. - mooseduds