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Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $42.00
The two roads leading to the park (Old Dobbins Rd and Lake Frances Rd.) have some branches that will try and grab your motorhome so be careful as you drive to the resort. The entrance to the RV Park is about a city block before the office. You can either pull in to the park and walk to the office or continue on down the road and park across the street from the office for check-in. Navigating in the park is a little tricky with a larger Class A. Roads are narrow and signage is not the best. We parked in B6. The site was not level and took some jockeying of the coach to get situated so it would not take too much work for the leveling system to do it's job. Electrical was reliable, water pressure fair. Spaces had a decent amount of space between neighbors. Very quiet and peaceful at night, quiet time seemed to be observed by everyone. The lake is very pretty with picnic tables and rental paddle boats. The resort has a good restaurant, ice cream bar and there is a small store in the reception office. The pool is clean and should be a welcome spot to enjoy in the summer. The staff was super friendly and helpful. The allowed us to do a late check out and gave good advice on local sights to see. We camped at Lake Francis Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $40.00
Not bad. Very sloped. Our breaker kept tripping. The resort is based on having private guest area at lake, but we saw a lot of locals on the private beach. Also, the private beach needs to be cleaned. Lots of trash and broken glass. Day passes are available although I didn't see their wrist bands. Staff was average. They just need to be a bit more friendly and help people at the counter if they are on the phone. Be aware the roads getting here are very winding. Overall not bad but would be hesitant of coming back soon. We camped at Lake Francis Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2010 - $40.00
This is a nice RV park, We were in site B2 which was a nice site, Paved and fairly level side to side had to raise the nose of our rig a bit to get level. The hook ups were in a very weird location compared to any other RV park I've been to, They were all behind our RV, I had to connect two water hoses together to reach the hook ups and had to connect three 10' sewer hoses together to reach the sewer connection. The post that secures the power box was rotted away and falling over, This didn't seem very safe to me. Our site had no fire pit so if you want a camp fire better bring your fire pit, We had ours and glad we did as the weather was not the best, But it could have been worse. The restrooms were kept clean as they were cleaned twice a day. It was a short walk to the office from our site, but a nice walk along the lake which has picnic tables and BBQ pits and a nice beach to relax at or swim. The office is like a old western town setting. Lots to do horse shoes, 2 pool tables, soft ball field and etc. There is also little restaurant and Ice cream store. I would camp here again. We camped at Lake Francis Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2009 - $40.00
Calling this a "resort" is a bit of a stretch, maybe it was in the 50's. However, this is a beautiful campground with many activities for kids, as mentioned by others. This is not the best place to camp if hookups and a level site are important to you. Even though we paid for full hookups, our sewer lines and water line couldn't reach. We only had electricity because we carry an extension cord. The location of the hookups is not ideal for most rigs. Also, unless you enjoy camping on top of your neighbors, stay away from the B-loop, sites B1-B5. This is a perfect campground for those in tents or with small RVs who enjoy quiet. The campground is patrolled in the evening to enforce the quiet policy. There are also daytime patrols by very helpful people who also kept the campground, including the restrooms, clean. The showers, sinks, toilets, and laundry machines are very clean, but the floors are muddy, to be expected. In addition to the rather high price ($40) its $2 extra per night for each pet and $3 per night for a fire ring, which is required if you want a campfire (you can bring your own). Also, campers are given wristbands to wear, something I've never encountered at any other campground. If arriving with a big rig, drive directly into the campground and then unhitch (or walk) to the office as there is no place for large rigs to park or turn around at the office parking area. We camped at Lake Francis Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2009 - $41.00
Lake Francis resort is operated by a non profit organization that benefits foster kids. It is a fairly well maintained park, with a restaurant, ice cream parlor, and small store. The lake is about a 10 minute walk from the campground, but there are several trails by the sites. Unfortunately, most of the sites are not level, and some are down right steep. There is no WiFi and very spotty cell phone service, which makes this is a great place to go if you want to get away from it all. We camped at Lake Francis Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2008 - $35.00
We stayed here over the 4rth of July weekend and there were lots of fun activities including: relay races, wine tasting, smores, band playing,ice cream parlor, ping pong, pool, wall climbing. The staff was friendly and the camp coordinators were really enthusiastic about the activities and would drive by and remind the campers about the upcoming activities of the night. The downside of the park is that all the activities including the pool, lake, general store were all the act are about a 10-15 min walk from the campsite and is pretty steep. Also the site we stayed in was pretty tight and narrow - we were not able to lounge in front of our awning, however there are a number of sites that are roomier. In addition, the water pressure was not very strong. We ended up having to use our water pump to get enough water pressure for a decent shower. The campsite has a nice woodsy feeling to it - lots of surrounding redwoods, but the campsite itself has some pretty steep hills and is not ideal for bike riding or scooters. We would return if we were able to get a better RV site. We camped at Lake Francis Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2008 - $32.00
The entrance to the campground is on the right with the office, store, pool and â€œvillageâ€ down the road 1/4 mile and on the left. The lake is small, quiet and peaceful. There are tall trees, and the resort is free from garbage and loud raucous crowds. I expected greater things based on the previous reviews here and we were a bit disappointed although not totally unsatisfied. The park is not really big rig friendly as there are only a few pull throughs that are cut into the dirt on a slope. There are only a few spots that would accommodate our 34â€™ 5er and even those are very close together. We were in B3 and had we had a neighbor on our door side we wouldnâ€™t have been able to have our awning out and if they had slides weâ€™d have 2.5 ft of room between their rig and our pad. There isnâ€™t much grass between sites, mostly dirt. We arrived and went to the office and were sent to the campground. We went to the campground and were sent back to the office to register. Not very organized considering weâ€™re towing a large 5th wheel driving in circles. The 20 feet of sewer hose we brought didnâ€™t reach our outlet and we had to find a hardware store to buy more. The bathrooms were nice and clean with lots of hot water which was good because the water pressure in our trailer was a dribble. There is a nice swimming area on the lake with grass and boat rentals. There is also a restaurant that we did not eat at. It was too cool to swim, but the pool looked great even though it is a ways from the campground itself and I love that toddlers are allowed with swim diapers. There was a huge grassy field with areas for softball, soccer and a small playground as well. There are nice paths to walk along the lake. There is no Wi-Fi. This park has a nice setting and lots of activities, but few spots that can accommodate our length trailer with 3 slides. We would go back, but only if one of the few larger, nicer sites was available. With some capital investment to improve the park, this would score higher for us as a future destination. We camped at Lake Francis Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2007 - $32.00
Nice park in a beautiful treed setting. Perfect for families as there are lots of amenities for kids of all ages. Nice pool area and a really cute little old west "town" with a saloon, store, eatery, and arcade. Sites were not huge but were set up nicely for decent privacy. Good fishing lake has swim beach and boat rentals (only non-motorized boats allowed on lake). Owners are GREAT! I'd highly recommend this park. Only the lack of internet keeps it from being a 10. We camped at Lake Francis Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2006 - $27.00
Beautiful place to camp in the foothills. Sites are close but very large pine trees help to break them up some. Very quiet at night. Great fishing as well as beach/lake activities including non-motorized boat rentals. This campground has free, clean, hot showers which we took full advantage of. Staff drives around at all times of the day in golf cart to check on things. Be sure to eat at least one time at The Palace Restaurant. Great burgers. This resort is a definite repeater for us in the future. They offer AAA and Good Sam discounts so be sure to include that in your reservation. Two dollars extra per night for each pet. Friendliest staff we've come across in a while. We camped at Lake Francis Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2005 - $30.00
This was one of the BEST camping / rv-ing trips ever! We camped here on Memorial Day Weekend 2005. The entire resort was geared toward families. There were tons of kids activities, a rock wall, contests, campfire stories, a live band, and much much more. They have the same things going on for the 4th of July weekend and Labor Day weekend. Sites go fast. We booked one of the last remaining sites for Labor Day weekend today. Check out the website, they show a lot of the fun activities on there. We will be coming back for years to come!! We camped at Lake Francis Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
We spent more time at the little town than we did at our RV. Town is a short walk on dirt trail. Kids LOVED it! Sites are a little small but not as small as some places we've been. I would highly recommend this campground for people with kids. Even if you don't have kids, the actual campground is almost empty (of people) because all the kids are down at the town playing. We have 30ft 5th wheel and we wouldn't want to go down the Lakefront Loop. Best spots for larger rigs (with hookups) are B1-B18. We camped at Lake Francis Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Nice shady campsites, many paved with good access. Resort includes access to private lake, but no lake front sites are available. Plenty of things for the kids to do. Somewhat crowded on holiday weekends. We camped at Lake Francis Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
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