1 Park near Bonita, California
Jun 2015 - $35.00
The views are nice and there's always a breeze. It's pretty much off the beaten path but that's part of the appeal. You have to tow your second vehicle behind your RV or you will be charged an additional $4 a day. I do not have a tow package for my Infiniti and will not buy one. No other RV park in the San Diego area requires the second car be towed in except the San Diego county parks. When I mentioned this to the ranger, they told me that the other private campgrounds build the $4 a day into their fees. That's not true. As a long term camper, I can stay at a number of local RV parks for less than $30 a night and get a second car for no additional charge.
Also, there's only one way in and out. If someone is checking in, you'll get caught at the gate until the transaction is complete. The rangers haven't figured out how to check people in and wave others through the gate at the same time. I guess they don't think it's inconvenient for campers to sit behind someone for three to five minutes. And if you leave early, you don't get your money refunded. - Anctmariner17
Jun 2015 - $33.00
The park setting was nice. We stayed here for 6 nights while visiting family We were in site 32 in the older section. The site was gravel and level and everything at the site worked (no wifi). The bathrooms/showers were a disaster. They were old. I never saw a cleaning crew. The toilets overflowed. My wife caught someone going through her toiletry bag while she was in the shower. Small children in the showers unsupervised. Trash left in the showers. The ranger checking us in mentioned recent thefts of bikes and coolers. - ALTraveler
May 2015 - $35.00
We stayed at this park for the first time over Memorial Weekend. The campground was full as it was a holiday weekend. We stayed in the newer (upper) loop in site #119. The site was level and the sites are terraced and there is vegetation between each site. It was quiet, even though there were people outside talking and laughing. There were lots of trails if you are into hiking and some sites even had small corrals for a horse or two and we did see a couple of horses. We will be back. - The traveler