This is a large, older park which has seen better days. There are a large number of annual sites, some of which are in a shocking state -- furniture, equipment, extra tents -- even an old Winnebago that appeared to be stuffed up to the ceiling with junk and a tattered tent with a mini-fridge sitting outside. The "B" side lodge was a wreck -- rotten wood railings, a crumbling laundry room ceiling.
I saw several large dogs, including PITBULLS, off-leash. They seemed well-behaved and stayed with the owners' rigs, but it's a recipe for disaster.
There are lots of mature trees on the "B" side which was nice, but no sewer hookups (you start in "B" and show up every morning on the "A" side to find out if you get to move to the "A" side, which has sewer hookups and is better-maintained. They do NOT disclose this on the web site, which I think is just wrong.)
The "country store" is shamefully overpriced. $4.50 for a quart of milk. It's a few miles down the hill to Chula Vista where there are several large shopping areas, so stock up before you arrive.
I stayed here for two weeks - I had a lot of work to do, and as a Thousand Trails member, I didn't pay anything additional for my stay. I enjoyed the area, lots to do in San Diego, but I was really disappointed with the park and I would not stay here again. - rushin river
Stayed on South side with full hook ups which is nice for a TT location. Clean site, amenities are in good condition. WiFi - paid $6 for 2 days is reasonable and works well. Service atrocious - xmas vacation calendar schedule of events was not followed - no one at pickle ball court during scheduled time, no nets, etc. Kids activity room was randomly staffed and not according to schedule. General lack of care by staff to answer questions. No concern on their part that they weren't living up to their commitments. Nice place, if they pull their service and attitude together it could be great. - Dukebdevil2000
We have camped at this park several times this year. As other reviewers have noted there is a North Side and a South Side to this park. Expect to be in the North Side during the summer unless you get there mid week. There is a "Roll Over" system where you can put your name down for a full hook up site on the South Side when somebody else leaves. There may be several people on the list so your name goes in a draw. The North side has no sewer hookups. AT&T reception is available at the fare end of the North Side. There is no pool on the North Side. If you are there in the spring, fall, and winter you stand a much better chance of getting a full hookup site on the South Side where all the facilities are. Dell reception is available around the adult pool area. The adult pool is nice, clean roomy and a hot tub. We got reasonable TV reception with an antenna on both sides of the park. They recently commissioned a new Wi-Fi system throughout the park, pay as you go, we didn't try it, as our At&T hotspot was working fine. In the 5 times we've been here this year the water has gone off twice and the power twice. Also every time we have camped here the water filter has been blocked with silt by the time we were ready to leave. Gets kind of expensive if you use high dollar filters. Lots of places to see in San Diego. Shopping in Rancho San Diego close by. Brody's Bar restaurant a couple of miles away in Jamul has around 20 draft beers and burgers are good. The True Value hardware store in Jamul has EVERYTHING you need. - Brian n Barbara