33 RV Parks near East Hemet, California
We did however find 33 campgrounds within 25 miles of East Hemet. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near East Hemet in the left hand column.
Feb 2014 - $20.00
Rate is Passport America. Can accommodate RV's up to 30'. This is hard seal camping in a secure, gated carpark at the back of a large mobile home complex. The complex is clean and tidy and the people friendly. Full lookups but the restrooms nearby were locked. We were asked if we were self sufficient for restrooms and so I don't know if they are ever used. A pristine pool and jacuzzi are open to RV'ers and you are able to use the showers and restrooms here. Laundry facilities available. You need to check in the office first, show vehicle registration papers and ID, and pay a $50 refundable deposit for a gate opener to the RV section. It isn't a destination stop but more than adequate for a place to stop while passing through to somewhere else. We would stay here again. - Monaire Corporati
Sites: 170 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 11 Reviews
Feb 2016 - $37.00
Here's the pros, electric works 50amp and 30 amp. Lots of sewer smells from vents and long term residents with old rigs scattered around the park! We stayed here 2 winters and probably won't be back! The pool decking is dilapidated and covering falling off! Men's bathroom has Black Mold all through the cabinets. When you take a shower, water fills up and you have to stand in dirty as drains are very slow. Asphalt in entire park is crumbling and you will constantly track it into your rig. Several RVers have had their bicycles stolen over a 4 month period, lots of homeless people outside on streets of Hemet. The spa pool is old and not very clean, overall not a great RV experience. Probably will never return as no improvements at all over a years time as we were told there would be. - seaguy
Dec 2015 - $9.00
This park was supposed to get a major upgrade from the owner of the day but due to a legal issue the ownership changed. Resort was the name given by previous owner and referred to what the park was going to be redeveloped into. This didn't happen and the park is inhabited mainly by low income people. There are also thefts occurring and stories of drug dealing. The spaces are tight and the sites and roadways are run down. The manager is pleasant and helpful, but doesn't have a clue about what snowbirds and winter escapees are looking for in a resort. - Britcanuck
Aug 2015 - $40.00
NOT a resort! Almost nothing for activities, save for a puny bingo game on Wed. nights and an ice cream social (costs a buck, two for a root beer float) on Saturday. I realize it is summer, but what 'resort' doesn't have activities? The clubhouse has no air conditioning, RV spaces are tiny and close together, very few trees so no shade, mostly permanent residents, many old dilapidated units, several old mobiles located in park. Manager is pleasant enough, but assistant is an admitted pothead who is rude and complains constantly about how she doesn't have enough time to do all the work they demand from her. Although the facilities are clean, it is more a place that caters to low-income permanent residents who have nowhere else to go. They should be ashamed to call this place a resort. - Traveler112349
May 2018 - $45.00
Have been visiting this park for the last four seasons. I'm a "snow bird," so Casa Del Sol is my winter home. First two seasons, in a fifth-wheel, then with the help of the park manager, ordered a park model and now have all the features and room I could want! Excellent security (with new additions of lighting and security gates), clean sites, a sense of community encouraged by special events and gatherings for the entire park. And all the amenities you expect at a resort park: pickle-ball, shuffleboard, a card room, craft room (with the most wonderful group of quilters you could find!), exercise room, a pool room, swimming pool and spa, laundry, restrooms and showers, and a ballroom with full-service kitchen for events. Management truly cares for all of the residents, and go out of their way to make us feel welcome and valued. Availability of services and shopping in Hemet is A+, conveniently close by. I'll be back again in the fall to my winter home...can't wait! - Marketlady
May 2018 - $22.00
Me and my wife had an extended stay at this wonderful park, and in doing so got to experience almost everything the park has to offer. Whether you like to sit by a pool, play tennis, or enjoy one of their many community run events that are held in their clubhouse, you will surely find something to do. One thing this place has that you can't find anywhere else around here is a nice community and friendly staff. I would mention names if not for the rule, but let's just say that anyone that helps, especially management, you will be well taken care of. - Young couple
May 2018 - $45.00
My husband and I visited Casa Del Sol in our fifth wheel while travelling on assignment as a travel nurse. We stayed for almost five months and found a clean, quiet, and most enjoyable environment at this RV resort. We stayed in a huge new "pull thru". The facilities have been improved tremendously recently with brand new pavement, new lighting, new security gates and fencing, new pools and spa, upgraded showers and washrooms. What impressed me was the location to all the amenities which were all within walking distance-shopping, movie theaters, banks, medical, rv supply, restaurants, and entertainment all within a block of two. Staff and management were most helpful and kind to both of us. We really felt at home during our stay. When you are on the road like we are so much of the time, it's a plus to find such a great spot to call home and Casa Del Sol is that place. - ramblnRVr
Apr 2018 - $45.00
This is the third winter I have stayed In Diamond Valley: each year from 1 Nov thru March. The staff is excellent, facilities are great and the Management superb. Residents walk around the park for exercise or to walk their pets. There Is a great dog run also. Guests must stay a minimum of a week, so it eliminates the constant in and out traffic. It is a gated community. Laundry facilities are great and clean. I will be back back next year. - Craig- W W
Nov 2017 - $33.00
Unsafe, we left after 1 night. Lost $250, but could not stay. We stayed the night at WalMart and felt safer. Very tight spaces. Manager was friendly, tenants were not. Will never go near this place again. - Ted Cottingham
Jun 2016 - $35.00
Old facilities unkempt, roaches are an epidemic, homeless on property, management not available after 5pm and weekends, gate code same for all (including previous evicted tenants), tenants are hard working and quiet (scared and continually threatened by management). Most sites had problems with hook up boxes, not all working. Old abandoned trailers and Park models. Stay at another park. - D Mummy
Apr 2018 - $44.00
We stayed here with a rally. This is a very nice park, but very expensive for what we were getting for the rally rate of $44 per night. Passport America rate is $28 per night, even in April. This is a resort with all the amenities, but the season ended on April 1, so there was not a lot going on at the park. The sites are level, but some are small length wise and side to side. Friends had trouble opening their slides due to bushes. Verizon signal was strong. The park WiFi worked well. Easily able to obtain satellite. My only complaint is the high price. We will not stay here again due to the cost. - Deniselg53
Mar 2018 - $77.00
We stayed for four nights. We spent most of our time vising wineries in the area, so spent most days away from the resort. Our site was quite level. We had satellite access. The most remarkable feature of the resort is how involved residents are in activities: Volley Ball, Swimming, Exercise, Shuffleboard, etc. Staff were very friendly and helpful. We would stay here again if traveling to the Hemet area. - Joe from Victoria
Dec 2017 - $68.00
Will stay again. Suggest interior sites for the most quiet. The long term guests all seemed friendly. The area seems to be trying to recover from nd times. - Dp26
May 2017 - $60.00
Park is run down and dirty. Too many flies to enjoy yourself and they say they stock the lake but they don't really. Your being ripped off if you pay to fish there. Lake is dirty and has trash floating in it. Nothing for the kids to do. - Nun ya
Feb 2016 - $35.00
Small little fishing lake. I enjoyed this park. Had a good time. The park was easy to navigate. The spaces with hookups were easy to use. The over appearance was good. It's what you would expect from a small fishing lake. Everything I used worked fine. - frosty316
Dec 2014 - $35.00
Overall a fair place to camp or rest for a couple of days or so, if you can become accustomed to the swarms of flies and the smell of the dairy farm close by. I don't believe that the lake(s) have been stocked for fishing in a long time. The manager was friendly and courteous enough to make it all worthwhile for a short period of time anyway. But once again, similar to the situation at "Diamond Valley" park--There are
predominantly long-term or "permanent" residents here that have allowed the general maintenance & appearance of the park to slowly degrade to the point of being falsely Identified as a "shantytown". - Mark Yamahammer
Feb 2016 - $10.00
Not really a full review after only 24 hours here, in the winter, but the campground is quiet and looks clean and well-maintained and I'd definitely return.
There are some things I wanted to mention because I did not see them elsewhere:
(1) Verizon service is good throughout the whole park.
(2) This park is not really in Banning itself, but 12 miles up the winding mountain road toward Idyllwild. Don't be fooled into thinking that this is not slightly scary to get to.
(3) Dig out your jack pads before you come, because the sites are asphalt (wish I'd planned ahead!)
(4) The sites are laid out in an unusual pattern, with groups of both back-in and pull-thru sites in short "nodes", with lots of grassy spaces between nodes. It strikes me that this is one of the best arrangements I've ever seen for family groups with multiple RVs, or small groups traveling together.
(5) The sewer connections are exactly 3" in diameter and threaded on the outside. I had nothing - including my 4-in-1 slip adapter - which would fit these. I guess you need a rubber seal connector and that's the only thing that works? Just come prepared.
As with Thousand Trails parks, you pick your spot. But when I called the office to give them my site number, they refused to take it over the phone. She said I had to give them that information in person?!
I have no toad and it's a long walk back, so I guess they'll have to live without it. That's been my only negative experience here. - Karen On The Road
Aug 2015 - $40.00
Very clean park with over 800 camping spots, two pools one for children and one for adults, bar, resturant and snack bars at each pool. I dont recommend camping here in August due to the heat. We will be back. - snarlin
Jul 2014 - $10.00
This is a membership park. It's in a great location, a huge campground, plenty of area for walking, lots of trees and grass, plenty of birds if you like to put out feeders, nice sized spaces with good wifi (for a fee). One of our favorite spots when in California. It's steep and winding getting to and from the park, but worth the trouble to get there. - NoPlaceLikeRoam
Jun 2018 - $55.00
Sites are close together, I measured 25 ft., I had plenty of room front to back on hard packed dirt, but neat and clean. No phone service and wifi is OK but not for Viber. The biggest negative for me was crazy speed bump in a V that made the back of the motorhome do extreme contortions when the doolies hit them at almost no speed. - CGNRG
Sep 2015 - $32.00
Nicely maintained park. Note: there are only a handful of 50 amp sites. Roads are paved with sites being hard packed dirt. Some large trees throughout park but we were able to use our satellite dish. Our space was long enough to hold 40 foot trailer and truck easily. Decent spacing between sites. Our site did require some leveling. Quiet area yet you are close to Temecula and the wineries. There is no cell service at the park so they provide a free landline phone for you in the lounge. Great value and place to stay if you want to do some wine tasting or see Old Town Temecula. Wi-Fi is free but very slow. - mcharland
Mar 2015 - $20.00
Very remote park with trails and lots to do in the surrounding area. Did a long term stay and was very happy with the management and park hosts. Weekends can get crowded during peak times and wifi is poor due to it's location - lucky if you get cell service or text. Go there to relax and enjoy nature, site-see. - PixieStardust
Jun 2017 - $64.00
Though this RV park has great potential it is not pursued. Most of the spaces are permanent residents in old RV's most appear not movable. The residents do not keep up their sites so it looks horrid. Broken down vehicles and trash (maybe personal belongings) surround most of the permanent residents sites. This is not much more than an expensive overnight stopover. There my was no picnic table at my site. Next time I am in the area I will go to a Walmart or rest area which is comparable to this RV park only free. There is no place to dump your trash. On a positive note it was quiet. - pjkoths
Oct 2016 - $36.00
Stayed here for 3 months during the winter. Roads could use some work, some tight turns; under new management, they are working on landscaping (mostly desert area). Spots are gravel with a concrete patio. There are a lot of full time residents but all were very nice. Some of the run down RV's are being weeded out (I'm sure that takes time). Our spot was up on a hill, could get windy at times. Never any issues with the laundry services. Nice pool and hot tub. Others stated they didn't feel safe, we never had an issue with anyone there or in the area. We walked our dogs all through the nearby neighborhoods without any problems at all. My husband rode his bike to the nearby Walmart and grocery store. Several families in the park with kids; had a park Halloween party that was fun. Office staff friendly and helpful. No this is not a high dollar resort, but it is a nice and safe place to stay. I worked in San Bernardino so this was a good spot for us to have as a home base. We would stay again. - LaneyC RN
Oct 2016 - $43.00
This was a very sad RV park with nearly all of the occupants also residents. The place where they put us an 'overnighter' was between 2 broken down motorhomes. One had trash, flat tires and a rusted out car and some other vehicle under a torn tarp; the other side we had a very worn trailer with 3 motorcycles, a few rusted vehicles and clutter all around. The place simply did not feel safe. We had planned to stay 3 nights but left after just one. They were very good about refunding our money. There were a lot of down and outters, tattoos, smoking, obvious drug users, etc. hanging around in the park. Other places in the park were well-maintained but we weren't put there. It was full. There was a gate key given to us to use so they are aware of security. It's just a bad area all around there. I understand there is new management trying to improve the park. We will never stay there again. - toccata
May 2017 - $42.00
This was a nice park with nice grassy areas to walk the dog. Some sites, believe in Loop A & B have lake views. We were in C and while we didn't have the lake view, we did have some pretty views of rolling hills. It was a pretty dusty area and there was no pad next to RV. There is access to a boat ramp, which we didn't use. You can't swim in the lake. There was a deli on premises and a store. Some wineries were very close, it was about 25 minutes to Old Town. Spots were long enough, a little close, but we did have room to put out both slides and our awning. There was no separation between sites. Our picnic table was a little beat up. - dorcol
Apr 2017 - $37.00
This is a big park with a lot of sites. Great areas of grass for playing games and lots of roads and trails to bike a bit. - Californication
May 2016 - $36.00
This review will be primarily for the Temecula Valley Wine and Balloon Festival camping experience. It was around $430 for the weekend for a Water/Electric site; a little more for a full hookup site. That price includes 2 combo passes to the festival. I stayed at Campsite A which was right next to the festival main entrance. That was a great location! I tried getting a full hookup spot, but those sold out instantly. At least I was able to get electricity. For the festival they opened up a huge dry camp area in the dirt lot next to campsite A. I'm guessing there were about 300 sites marked off in the dirt. If you don't mind crowded, dusty, and loud dry camping this is for you. The biggest plus camping for the festival is you don't have to deal with the traffic getting out. I've heard it can take 1 - 2 hours to get out using the one lane road, especially on Saturday night.
Our biggest complaint was the dust. With dry dirt everywhere and occasional high winds, you get dirty. I imagine during a regular stay at the campgrounds it wouldn't be too bad, but with a crowded festival it was really bad. Other complaint was not enough portable bathrooms in the campsite. There was 1 nearby and after 1 day with a full campsite...lets just say I'm glad I don't have to sit.
I'm definitely doing it again next year. - Arash