1 Park near Emigrant Gap, California
Jun 2015 - $36.00
Beautiful Setting in the tall pines next to or near a private lake, depending on which campground (there are 5 or 6 different camping areas). The campng pads are as well spaced as any park I have ever been to and are mostly level. As I drive around I don't see anybody with more than two yellow leveling blocks. The bathrooms are sparsely spaced - generally one to each camping area. Ours was quite a hike but was Very clean and fairly new. However, there was only one commode and 2 showers. Fishing in the private lake was great and I saw some two or three pounders come out (none for me though).
There are no sewer hookups or I would have rated this place a 9 or 10. There is also no camp provided WiFi. Bring your hotspot though as I had no trouble getting 3-4 bars on 3G. It was really a slow connection though... not fast enough for video streaming but Pandora and XM streamed just fine. OpenSignal.com reported 775kb download and 885kb upload. The camp store is pathetic. - hotsauce
Sep 2014 - $1.00
Wooded sites are extremely tight and unlevel. I tried one pull-through and gave up on trying to level. Stayed in a parking lot area they call "the cliffs". The rate reflects Thousand Trail membership. Great care should be taken with the address in any GPS. Strongly suggest you call for directions. I would not stay at this park again. - Tranquilty1
May 2013 - $1.00
Older Thousand Trails (TT) park set away in a quiet mountain setting. Pros - Good ATT coverage - Beautiful mountain setting on a lake. Close to I80 yet quiet. Cons - The sites are gravel pads and the internal roads are very rough with a lot of pot holes and the sharp turns are not big rig friendly. -Most sites are set back far from entrance. No full hookup sites. - Bay Area Early retirees