1 Park near Lotus, California
Aug 2015 - $15.00
This is one of my favorite Thousand Trails parks I have been to, I go regularly, there are approx 18 river front sites but they are hard to get and are a better fit for bigger coaches, there are also 50 amp and cost extra per day to stay in. This place is pretty crowded and if you get there on the weekend you may be stuck with what you get and it may no be what you want. Small store/Mexican restaurant out front, great frozen yogurt across the street. Many residents here but friendly and mostly clean. Very rustic setting, sites will need some leveling and you will be pretty much camping in an RV. Its hot here in the summer and a great place to raft or tube if you like the water, which is wonderfully cold!! - Tony T
May 2015 - $4.00
I stayed here for 17 days, while my DW traveled back to IL. Campground employees were friendly, campers were nice and friendly. I selected a site in the front row, with a view of the river. This site cost an additional $4.
Overall good, however, the road inside the CG is in need of major repairs. The equity life partners are again neglecting the infrastructures inside the CG. A coat of paint may look nice, but that is all it does.
Yes I would stay here again, unless the road gets worst. - User3006
Apr 2015 - $1.00
I stayed at this park on a thousand trails membership, it was actually free.
It is a popular park. There were still several spaces when I arrived.
The first place I stopped had loud music coming from outside the park, that was very evident when I shut the engine off, even with the windows shut. So I selected another spot.
In talking to the very friendly ranger staff, they said the music is from a bar (not visible through the trees) that plays music into the night.
This park is on the river, and it has a gravel bank along much of the length of the park.
I didn't use the restrooms or any of the other facilities, however I did walk much of the park and it was clean and well maintained.
The spaces are adequate, though they are close together.
I would come back to this park. - StormRunner