17 RV Parks near Bonadelle Ranchos-Madera Ranchos, California
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Sites: 80 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 45 Reviews
Oct 2017 - $45.00
This could be such a great park has so many amenities but really falls short. Mostly it's poorly maintained. The grout in the bathrooms is gross dirty. Really needs a bleach bath. The laundry room really dirty. The TV cable is broken and they have no intentions of repairing. The retro trailers don't even have cable to tv's. We were able to pull in a few channels from our trailer. The Deli shuts down early Oct. The pads are dirt and gravel and very unlevel. Our friends stayed in a 30 ft Airstream which turned out to be an old Fleetwood look a like. Their propane gas ran out at night after office closed. There is no after hours number. We happened to have a portable heater we loaned them otherwise they were going to sleep in their car with the motor running. It was 30 degrees out!!! No hot water as well. They obviously don't check that before they leave so don't rent a trailer in winter. The trail around park is blocked so don't bother. The park is not flat it's on a hill. Don't choose spot near petting farm you will smell manure. To me these are all easy fixes which could take it to the next level! On a positive note close to park, mostly shady. The office people are nice. - Ncogneeedo
Aug 2017 - $77.00
Just finished a four night stay here. Like others have said, this park is under renovation. Our stay was very pleasant, the sight was very nice, fairly level and a excellent patio right outside our door. The staff was friendly, and we frequently saw park personnel touring the park. There is a dog park which was an unexpected surprise. The power was reliable, the water was clean although a little low on pressure at 30 PSI. The Wifi signal was good and streamed Pandora with no interruptions. This park is more of a rustic place with modern amenities consistent with the forested surrounding. It is not a barren, concrete paved RV parking lot with no character. If that's your preference, you probably wont like it here. Overall, we really enjoyed our stay and will return. - JP-JP
Jun 2017 - $51.00
This is our third stay at an RVC Outdoor Destination park. This park is a work in progress. The bathrooms, laundry room, and office are newly renovated, kept very clean and are definitely up to RVC standards. The pool was clean and the pool furniture appeared to be new. The staff was amazing - very friendly and helpful. Unfortunately, there is a lot of work to be done to bring the campsites up to RVC standards. The sites are close together, unlevel and not well kept. The setup of the loop we were in required us to back up, out of our pull-thru site, in order to exit, as the previous exit road was permanently closed after septic lines were installed. This left only a narrow road on a curve that was blocked by trees on one side, with low hanging branches, and vehicles extending from other sites. We saw other campers having trouble exiting as well. Although our 5th wheel was under the 40' maximum limit, our truck only fit because we were on an end site. We were also able to open all 3 slideouts, but it was a tight fit. They still have a long way to go with regard to the campsites. The entrance to the park is hard to find, as there are no signs prior to the entry. This park has a lot of potential. I hope they continue with their renovations, bringing the park up to full RVC standards. - JPFRetired
Oct 2017 - $25.00
This review is specifically for the newly revamped Lost Lake Campground adjacent to the day use park itself. It is actually in the town of Friant, a few miles east of Fresno. Fresno County has done a terrific job morphing a formerly rundown campground into a really nice County Park which reopened late 2017. The interior roadways are all paved as are the campsites. Each site can handle RVs some of which are big enough to accommodate 36-foot long RVs with slide outs. Tenting is allowed. There are no hookups at the sites otherwise the rating would be an 8. The bathrooms are exceptionally clean.The trees are beautiful and could provide nice shade during the hotter times of the year. Each site has a large picnic table and a fire ring. There is a permanent camp host to collect the overnight fees, answer questions and provide an additional level of security. There are 42 sites, a few of which have a view of the river. Even without the river view the setting is so peaceful. Portable generators are allowed at certain times of the day.The price is $25 per night with significant discounts for disabled veterans and senior citizens. It is important to note that this campground, while contiguous to the day use part of the park, is off limits to day use folks. Nice County campground. - exportman
Aug 2017 - $15.00
Nice campground with great views of Hensley Lake. Unfortunately in 2017 the lake is very low. Located in the desert so don't be surprised to see lots of dry dead grass as you enter the campground. Great central location to drive to both Yosemite and Sequoia National Parks. Long but scenic drives. - Kansas Traveler
Jun 2017 - $15.00
The restrooms are adequate and the showers are decent, however they need a good scrubing. Smiley around the bottom and corners. Could use an exhaust fan also. - db77
May 2017 - $30.00
We stayed here for a few nights before heading to Yosemite. We had a site by the water which was beautiful. We only had electric at our site, but there was a water spigot close by that we were able to use to refill our fresh water tank by connecting two hoses to reach the spigot. Verizon 4G worked well at our site, but it was only 3G in some sections of the park. It seemed like the sites by the water had the best signal. The staff was very friendly. When we checked in we could not fit in the site I had selected online so they let us pick any other available site. Since we were there on weekdays there were plenty of open sites to choose from. Very beautiful and peaceful location to relax for a few days. - Love2Camp777
Apr 2018 - $25.00
There are no signs telling you where to camp We we're lucky to see some other campers already set up so we found our way in. We arrived after 5 and there wasn't anyone on duty The place is a wide open grass area with some trees. Hook ups are scattered around with no site numbers. Apparently you can camp on the grass with out hook ups also. It's a great place to send the night while traveling the Central Valley - Grovester
Mar 2018 - $25.00
We wanted to find a stop north of Bakersfield when leaving California. Found this place online decided to give it a go. It is very close to highway 99 but highway noise is minimal. All of the sites are on grass and some sites have sewer and 50 amp. We had choice of sites as there is only one other camper in the park. The facility is nice a bit of a challenge to find if you don't have directions. They have washrooms but need a code which we didn't get. There also appears to be Wifi but again we didn't get the code, but were able to us Lowe's. We certainly will stay again. - mamestra
Apr 2018 - $40.00
I'm a full timer RV. This is my base park and pay monthly. There has been some management changes and they are adjusting. The parks location to shopping and restaurants is excellent. It appears that the park is in transition but I am hopeful it continues to add maintenance personnel to keep grass cut and sites clean. Overall, from my limited experience, the park is quite adequate. - Pugdaddy
Mar 2018 - $35.00
This is an old park they are making an effort to clean it up it is convenient to everything and pretty much the only park available. Stay here when visiting family. Friendly managers, noise from Blackstone late at night is disconcerting cars peeling out and such. Quite a bit of helicopter traffic over head. Close to restaurants and shopping. - Cactusflower
Sep 2017 - $27.00
Stayed at this place before, while visiting relatives in Fresno. There is not much selection in this area for rv parks. The park is under new ownership, but really hasn't changed anything much to improve it. The park itself is safe, and in a good location of town. If you walk outside the park early you will trip over street people sleeping on the side walks, which has increased over the past years. Electrical water and sewer work well, the wifi is useless, as well as the cable TV, both have ususable signals. The bathrooms are kept clean. The long term units are kept tidy and are friendly. The donut shop across the street is really good. If your stuff in this part of the valley this is not bad, that not great either. Have never had a problem during any stay here. - Randoni
Apr 2017 - $30.00
We camped here on April 1 and 2 in #116. First the positives: great bathrooms, spacious sites, beautiful lake view, and the space to back our pop-up camper was just right. Negatives: the host was rude. There were kids next to us who were late getting out and he was very rude to them. Also, no one comes around to clean up the sites after people check out. I don't understand why they make you check out at noon and new people can't check in until 2 if they're not cleaning the sites. There was all kinds of trash left behind and no one came to clean up. The other negative was the trash at the dumpsters. We got there Saturday afternoon and the dumpsters were already all pretty full then. By the time we left Sunday night the dumpsters were OVERFLOWING and there were bags of trash on the ground around the dumpsters too. The wind was blowing so the trash was blowing all over. Mostly it is a very nice campground and I recommend it. Just be sure you're out by noon or you'll get yelled at. - Lori LCSW
Oct 2016 - $33.00
Booked through ReserveAmerica. There are few RV parks in the area and the only one decently rated (Blackstone) said they did not have room. I needed to be in the area for a family matter or I would not have stopped in Fresno.
Our GPS instructions dropped us off in the middle of the road with no campground in sight. This was a winding mountain road. We continued on and found the closed ranger station a few miles up ahead with a sign saying "Campground 2.5 miles". There was no more information to pick up. I wound up taking a photo of the posted signs on my iPhone, then we followed the road to find a really nice set of campgrounds. The RV area was a mile or so further on.
All sites are back-in, with a steep grade down. We tried several in our 35-foot diesel pusher MH but could not get level. We wound up just not leveling, so the whole time our back end was lower than the front end. We saw a few other MH that had gone in front end, but we would not have been able to reach the sewer with our current equipment.
This park had a lot of RVs, but the campsites around were mostly empty. This made for a nice area to walk our dog and we wound up using those bathrooms because they were clean and the RV park filthy. - Slkeyes
Apr 2016 - $40.00
This review covers the Meadows camping area of Millerton Lake SRA. The Meadows area has the RV/hook up sites. Full hook ups, W/P/S are in the RV Loop, sites 120-144; sites 117, 118 and 119 have W&P, no sewer, but there is a dump station that you pass on the road to Meadows. The RV sites are arranged in a loop.
Sites 120-144 are basically just large asphalt spaces. Plenty of room for an RV and a large vehicle or two small vehicles parked either in front of the RV or along side if you don't want to put out the awning.
Behind the RV site, off asphalt is a picnic table and fire ring. Sites 132, 133, 120 and 144 are ADA sites. There is quite a bit of extra room at these sites, and the picnic areas also have a wood canopy over the picnic area.
Sites 117-119 do not as much asphalt as the other RV sites and also have the picnic canopy. These sites will still accommodate a large RV. Sites 117-119 more closely resemble a campsite than the other asphalt full hookup sites.
The camp host is at the entrance of the RV loop.
There are bathrooms/coin operated showers at each end of the RV loop. I didn't use the showers, but I noted that they were clean and attended to. All bathrooms and showers are individual rooms.
The non-RV sites all have water (spring loaded spigot, no threads) and are ample and all seem to have canopies. If you don't absolutely have to have power and sewer and can get buy with water in our tank, these sites are actually very nice, some overlooking the lake.
As of 4/3/2016 the lake is nearly full again with the water level just shy of the spillway. When the snow cap melts later in the Spring the lake will probably release water.
The comfort station at the entrance to the loop has a water machine similar to what you see in front of supermarkets, .50 cents a gallon. The machine also sells ice, 8 lbs for $5.
The roads to the campground are in good shape.
No WiFi, but cell service (Verizon) had a strong signal. - Jmaellis
Jan 2016 - $27.00
Stayed here for a week visiting family. RV sites are in rear of mobile home park, visually might not be the best. Lived here for most of my life and maybe understand the area more. Very quiet, no safety concerns. The couple that runs office are very nice. Price reflects weekly rate of $185. This is a cash only place, and office does smell like smoke. Be aware that restroom facility is older, maybe clean not appealing. Used shower in rv. All said nice stay, would use again because of its proximity to Madera. - Randoni
Oct 2015 - $35.00
Good place to stay a day or two. 50 amps must use higher priced pull through. Older park with some junky perminant guests. - Journey39k
Mar 2011 - $30.00
Country Living is a decent park conveniently located off 99 for an overnight stop. The price is $30, cash only. The smell of cigarettes is pretty strong in the office so if you're sensitive, you might want to send someone else in. The sites are well laid out and easy to get in and out of. The park was quiet and we'd stay again. - Travelfish
Mar 2018 - $20.00
We arrived with a reservation for a six night stay. Reservations can be made a month or so in advance. Checkin is very easy with cash or check, no credit cards. There are ten sites with 30 amp electric and water service. Two of the sites are used by the camp host in site 4 and a small Class-C in space 1 that has been there for a very long time. Very, very low water pressure. Hookups for site 5 were on the curb side of our rig so make sure you have enough hoses to reach the water connection. There is another parking site next to the lodge building that has electric service and I did see another rig dry camping near the entrance. Most of the sites will take a big rigs but not all. The camp host will ask the size of your RV when you call for a reservation. A lot of traffic noise in the area. The Lodge's WiFi is virtually worthless. Could connect sometimes but getting emails and simple surfing the web was painful. Used our jet pack 98% of the time. Verizon cell service was strong and we were able to get a DTV satellite signal. If you want to use the exercise room and showers make sure you get a key card from the camp host. $10 deposit. - StarlifterFE
May 2016 - $30.00
After driving all over town trying to find this place we found that the manager wasn't around. She finally arrived and we checked in. She then informed us that the restrooms and showers were out of order. We had made reservations for 2 nights, but changed it to 1 after we heard that. After assigning our space we walked back to the end of the park and it was in terrible condition with old rundown trailers. We have a very large RV and there was no way we could pull it into the spot she had assigned us. There was not another spot available thank goodness so we asked for a refund and ran. This was one of the worst parks I had ever seen. - H1 -
Feb 2016 - $30.00
We were going to be a late arrival so we made our arrangements over the phone. We arrived at 7 pm and with the freeway construction, it was almost impossible to find the place. When we did, we found an old mobile home park that was very dark, no lighting, no signage directing us to our spot. As we drove through looking for our spot, the residents gave us the once over as we passed. At that point, our only concern was finding the exit. We didn't feel safe, we didn't stay, and don't really care if we get our money back. - Dds
May 2011 - $35.00
This is not an RV park but a seedy, old mobile home park in desperate condition with ancient mobile homes in desperate condition. It has recently been purchased, and the new manager is making improvements as fast as possible, but he has a very long way to go. Very nice, helpful manager. They have one site at the very front of the park, but getting into it was just too iffy for our big rig. We appreciated the offer to clean up another site where large equipment was parked, but the park is just not ready for RVers so we did not stay. - Nillawilla
Jun 2017 - $35.00
First the good: Very clean, well maintained, nice pool, laundry works, manager great. The bad: seedy neighborhood, manager put a super thick chain round our bikes to prevent theft. There are 3 overnight sites, right on the main road, very noisy, they crammed 5 RVs on, and would have put more if they could. This was a serious safety concern to us, and had we not had our slides out before the others arrived, we would not have got them out. No picnic table as there is absolutely no room to put one! This is the tightest site we have ever been on. Will never return. - Herbet
Jun 2017 - $45.00
Saw comments about run down area but it didn't look bad to me, but it was daylight and we were desperate at 112 degrees to find some where to plug in. Lots are level and trees are awesome. Staff are exceptional! Neighbors were friendly and park is very clean. We don't have kids and don't use the public areas but I called four places and this was the only one to call back and they called right back.
Roads are narrow, probably not good for long rigs and tow vehicles. - Maltese Mom
Jul 2016 - $43.00
I REALLY wish I could give this park a 10, but in all honesty I cant. So, I will get the negatives out first, then end on a positive note. This park is in a very seedy part of Fresno. Coming off 99, all we saw were rundown buildings and shady characters. We would have kept going, but we had just left a park in Madera that was even worse, and we were tired and desperate. We called from the road and we're able to get a site for the night. When we got to the park, the entrances were not clearly marked and looked way too small for our big rig and tow. We took a chance on one and although it was very tight, we managed. The roads are paved but very narrow, cars parked diagonally on either side of the roads. That's where the bad stuff ends. Office was closed but a nice resident called manager for us. He promptly came, checked us in, and escorted us to our site. We had a back in that was tight to get in, but the site itself was very level, well groomed and spacious (it was a corner lot). The park itself is well shaded ( helpful with the 111 degrees that day!) Many permanent residents, tightly packed in. Although some of the RV'S and mobile homes looked run down, the sites are well kept, and no one had clutter or garbage on their sites like we see all too often. Staff seemed very friendly and accomodating. If this park were in a better neighborhood, we would give it a 10 across the board. Despite all the trees, our satellite and hotspot worked fine. - KSAM14