We stayed here while sightseeing in Monterey and The Pinnicals National Monument. We were very impressed with the overall cleanness of the grounds. Staff was very helpful and we had a guide to our site which was concrete and mostly level. Gate guarded at night accessed by code. Nice dog run on site. If we are in the area again, we will stay here. We had dinner at the Windmill in Soledad. Nice old restaurant but great food. You won't leave hungry. - donee
I stayed here with my RV club and was impressed by the immaculate grounds and amenities. It's not a destination park (yet) but is still pretty new. Trees aren't grown up yet and they need signage on the road but they are trying to gather more business. Very friendly people and the park is super well maintained. Where have you seen a dog washing station in an RV park? The facilities and kitchen for groups are perfect. They have plans for a complete museum, hotel, airfield and more in the future but only the RV park is done for now. As some others have said, the only downside is the wind that comes up every afternoon but it might be a bonus during hotter weather.
The sites are spacious and have grass and tables. I don't think I saw a weed anywhere! - Jerry B
I stayed at this fine park last year and have returned and will return in the future. This year I used the spa, which is heated to 102 degrees, to soothe the aching bones. The amenities are outstanding. Long, concrete pull thrus. I did go to King City [13 miles south] to buy groceries at the Safeway and to have a nice breakfast. There is not much in Greenfield. It does get windy in the afternoon but the staff warned me about it. Friendly folks run the park. - bradydane2009