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Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $36.00
This is not a resort by any stretch of the imagination. You have to choose between having full hookups or having some space, both are the same price. We had reserved full hookups but our site was so narrow we couldn't put our awning out. There was no water in the river at all.
The gated entrance is a hassle since newcomers have to park right in front of it to register while current residents wait to drive through. The roads are narrow. The sites are set among large trees but our views were mostly of our neighbors' rigs. I am very well acquainted with the exterior decor of a certain brand of fifth wheel. It's quiet because most of the residents are permanent and work during the day. We didn't have a fire ring since they are not at the FHU sites. We didn't even have a picnic table since our site was a pull through and the only space for one is either in front or behind our rig. This park has a lot of potential if the owners would reconfigure the sites to provide space and FHU. Until then we won't return. We camped at Club Royal Oak RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $40.00
This is not a resort by any means. The river is dried up and alot of permanent residence. There are alot of run down buildings. This is not worth $40. A night and that is the winter rate. The trash is piled up. We camped at Club Royal Oak RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $40.00
Alas, the ravages of No Water have descended upon this once fair campground leaving only a dried and dusty remnant. The river has been long gone for a few years leaving only a sand filled riverbed that plays host to off roaders who create dust clouds that make you cough and leave a coat of dust on everything. The park is filled with long term residents, long stored vehicles and boats, and it looks like it. The office carries no information about the surrounding area and its sightseeing features or history. The park is quiet unless the occasional drinking party is in session well past the quiet time. Lots of off leash dogs but none appeared to be aggressive. Crowded together sites, no real privacy (ie: trees, bushes between sites). I will not return to this park and I suggest you avoid making reservations here, also. We camped at Club Royal Oak RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.
The town, Kingsburg, has a Swedish history that it proudly displays. Downtown is a nice walk with interesting shops. The surrounding is farming heaven: grapes, blueberrys, oranges, peaches, apricots, etc. Check into the Fruit Trail, and the Blossom Trail in February.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $35.00
This is a rather unique campground in the winter. The river is a dry sand bed, but apparently is a full river in the summertime. I don't know if that applies to the current drought in California. This is an old campground with old restrooms and the laundry is tired and worn. The layout is nice, with lots of room between sites on grass or maybe a cement deck area (if you are lucky) We enjoyed the peace and quiet, the safety of the coded gate with gate card (you can enter at all hours with the gate card). I would return again although it is a few miles off Hwy 99 and away from town. We camped at Club Royal Oak RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $70.00
This park is right on the river. We walked in it and it was like bathwater :) I loved it, my hubby, not so much. Our dog loved it too! Our site was very sunny, but it's long and there's a cement pad for the table and setting up chairs. We did have to drive up on blocks. We had a full hook up. The park is pretty crowded, so be prepared. There was no WiFi. They have A LOT of rules, but we saw most folks breaking them, especially the one that indicates to tie up your dog. Mgt. didn't walk around, so I'm assuming the rules are not enforced well. We had two dogs race towards us. We are hoping to stay here again, but instead of a full hookup, we'll get one by the river. We camped at Club Royal Oak RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $35.00
Good luck getting a hold of anyone in the office! Not the greatest management. The park is well kept and the spots are big, grassy, and shady. The river only has water in it for a short time in the summer. The WiFi is awful. You can't even pick it up that well right outside the office but I have yet found a park that actually has good WiFi. Overall it isn't bad. There is a big grassy area at the front that is nice for the kids to explore and play. Paved roads but grassy spots. Some have a cement patio but some don't. But I would probably try another RV park in Kingsburg next time. We camped at Club Royal Oak RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2014 - $35.00
The Club Royal Oak RV Park, is well laid out with paved roads and concrete patios. We called a few hours ahead of our arrival and spoke with very friendly office staff who just took our name and said she would look for our arrival which was going to be about 4:30 PM. She had our registration papers ready and gave us a nice pull through site. This is a quiet park on the Kings River, but about three miles from the US 99 freeway and the RR. All utilities were good. We did not visit the other amenities and cannot comment on them, The site was plenty roomy and had a picnic table. Of note,the park office window displays an FMCA commercial member sign, but did not permit us the 10% FMCA member discount as published in the Jan. 2014 magazine. We camped at Club Royal Oak RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2013 - $32.00
Nice park. Would stay here again. Staff was friendly n helpful. The only downside is the last short stretch of road in is a little rough. We had a pull-through site - the sites are level n grass. We camped here in a 40' motorhome. We had plenty of room to park our dinghy. Located on the river, which is pretty much dry this time of year, but it would probably be nice in the summer. One review complained about the storage area (boats and RVs) and indeed that area isn't very scenic, but it was behind us and also didn't really bother us. Was a very quiet park - very peaceful; water, sewer, electric, and Wi-Fi all worked well. We camped at Club Royal Oak RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2013 - $30.00
This was a great place for us. It is in the charming area of Kingsburg. Out amongst the trees and vines. We had a river site. Grassy and we had a pull in site so we viewed the river from our MH windows. The space was huge! River front has no sewer but who cares. This was only an overnight for us but I can see how locals or others would do more than one night. We were lucky enough to have great neighbors who actually lived 10 min away but came often. They had us over for dinner. Such fun. Biggest down side! Must check in by 4pm. Gates close and no one gets in after that. As an RVer I am used to coming in with a reservation or finding open sites, whenever I arrive. I think this issue will keep people from visiting. I will be back if I'm in the area. Safe, comfortable and clean. We camped at Club Royal Oak RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2012 - $20.00
Stayed for a month, had to pay in advance (my fault) won't do that again. Way over priced for the place and site, very narrow pull through. They had some nice wide sites but for some reason, not available when my reservation was made. Management very unfriendly. Some staff friendly. A large part of the park was not in use. Storage area right next to sites making views undesirable. Laundry sub standard. River is a joke, obviously little water for a long time, NO way to launch a boat, gas dock out of water! One bright spot, lots of birds, place is in middle of orchards. Would NOT stay there again even if free. We camped at Club Royal Oak RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2012 - $27.00
Very nice park. Would stay here again. The only downsides are the road in is rough and the sites are grass. They needed to rake and clean up the sites the grass and leaves were dragged into the motorhome. We camped at Club Royal Oak RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2012 - $27.00
We stayed here one night on our way home from a vacation. We had planned to stay two nights, but left after one. However, it was not due to the park; it was a family situation. Because we stayed here in the winter, during the very slow season, it was hard to imagine what it might be like at full swing in the summer. However, the space was surprisingly level, the wi-fi excellent (even though we had to pay an extra $3.00 per day for it). Because it was the slow season, the office was not open for two days a week, making reservations a bit tricky. However, when we saw how slow it was, it was hard to hold that against the park. No cable, which was a downside. However, we were able to get several stations using the antenna. It is a pretty spot ,and we might consider revisiting it again, especially during the busy season. It was quiet and off the freeway which was an improvement over other parks in the area. We camped at Club Royal Oak RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $50.00
Great place to spend time with family! Friendly and helpful staff. Close to town but right in the middle of nature. River Front, quite, nice bath houses, what more could you ask for? Simply a wonderful stay. I highly recommend staying at this park. We camped at Club Royal Oak RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2011 - $36.00
Park is way too expensive: $60 for pull through site and $40 for back in. We opted for the back in (our rate was AAA). The back in sites turned out to be very narrow and filled with older units that seemed to be parked permanently. Not a very comfortable area. We walked around the other sites and they seemed to be quite nice and spacious. Still too expensive. Just beware of the back in sites. We camped at Club Royal Oak RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2010 - $35.00
Outrageously priced. No amenities except the river. Rude, uncaring staff. Nasty bathrooms. We camped at Club Royal Oak RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
The town, Kingsburg, has a Swedish history that it proudly displays. Downtown is a nice walk with interesting shops. The surrounding is farming heaven: grapes, blueberrys, oranges, peaches, apricots, etc. Check into the Fruit Trail, and the Blossom Trail in February.socalretiree • April 2015
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