New RV LIFE Network Login is enabled. Click Here to learn more.
36 RV Parks near Morgan Hill, California
Mar 2018 - $52.00
We were not optimistic after reading reviews about this place. However, we were pleasantly surprised. It is very neat and clean. Bathrooms and laundry were old but tidy. $1.50 for wash and same for dry. It is jam packed and we may have gotten the only site left. Many permanent trailers that have been brought in by the owners and many long termers from the looks of things. The sites are very close together but are concrete with fake grass in between. The staff was helpful and friendly and it was very quiet when we were here. We had the windows closed and did not hear any road noise. Cell service was good, which seems to be an issue with other parks that are not close to the road here. - ALbums
May 2017 - $60.00
This is a park packed with full time residents, mostly field crop laborers. Jam packed! Spaces are on top of each other with no room to move! Neighbors came out to watch us squeeze in. Truck won't even fit into space. Had to ask neighbors to move a vehicle. Bathrooms and showers are clean and require a key, $10 deposit at front desk to get one. They close @ 6:30 PM. Will never be back. - dtdilts
Dec 2016 - $55.00
Three week stay in the park. Mostly long-term residents. This is very middle of the road - do not expect a 'wonderful site', but it is absolutely adequate for a stay in the area for a few weeks. No problems at all, helpful staff. Residents keep to themselves but are polite. I would happily recommend this as a safe, clean, affordable spot in the Morgan Hill area. - Aphazia
Feb 2012 - $45.00
I did not stay here! I called in the morning to make a reservation for a one night stay and was told to come on in, no problem. Upon arrival I was told they do not accept overnight, but would make an exception. I paid for one night, but after seeing the site which had garbage bags and a parked car blocking the entrance, I got a refund and moved down the road. - astreamer
Jul 2010 - $44.00
Our one-night stay here was a mixed experience. The staff who run the park and who assisted us in the office (2 men, 2 women) were some of the nicest, most courteous people we ever have met. Friendly, outgoing, helpful. They graciously answered our questions, and I saw one of them going over a map with another guest to provide helpful directions. The park itself, however, is below average. It is not really a place for vacationers, most of the park is set up for permanent (or at least very long-term) tenants. In fact, the parkway lakes web site (not the KOA site) specifically states that they are looking for long-term residents and the park reflects this emphasis. A few of the long-term have nice sites, but many are occupied by older, run-down RV's. Some of these residents have installed storage bins and/or storage lockers in their sites, which creates an unkempt appearance. Some of the sites have two or even three cars parked in and around the RV, and the sites really do not have space for this. There are overflow parking sites around the office/pool area, and these were mostly full of residents cars, as well. As a result, much of the park has an over-crowded feel to it. I should emphasize that the park is not dirty, the office, pool, and laundry areas were neat and tidy and the grounds were clean. Our site was adjacent to some older units that looked as if they had been there a long time. The site was old asphalt, with a straggly strip of grass on one side. Cable was available, but I was not able to use it because the connection required a coax cable with a female end. I have a coax cable with two male ends - one for my RV and the other for the park connection, this has been the standard hookup in every other park I ever have stayed in. I was not able to access the Wi-Fi in my site or in the office area. One of the staff graciously tried to help me get connected, but we were unsuccessful. He would have been happy to help me further, but I did not have the time, we had to hit the road. Plus, I knew the problem was not with my laptop since I connected successfully at every other campground and several hot-spot locations during our trip. The bottom line, I would rate the staff as a "10" and the park as a "2". - bgw
Jul 2010 - $45.00
We were very pleased with this campground. The manager and his team are just awesome. We can not wait to come back again. Has wide sites, a pool, and a stocked store. Lots of camping fun. - mmrvs02
Jun 2018 - $5.00
Paid $5 for 50 amp as was hot weather. Bathroom in our section was closed. Lots of foxtails so check your pet. Do not take a left out of the park with RV even if GPS says to or you will be on a very narrow, winding road with low branches for 12 miles before getting to highway! - rvreviews
Feb 2018 - $1.00
Stay here from time to time due to kids living in the area. They have certainly cleaned up this park since we were here 2 years ago. They check insurance and registration on RV's and vehicles before entrance and have made the permanents clean up their sites. Downside of course is there is no sewer only 30/50 amp w/water sites. 50 amp sites covered now with crushed marble along with roads in this area. Still charge $5.00 per night for 50 amp. Pool and all the regular amenities and activities of a Thousand Trails. Much better experience than in the past. Will stay here again. - teepee51
Jul 2016 - $5.00
Bathrooms were cleaned daily, old and dated. Laundry facility was dirty, had to pay 4.00 for a debit type card to wash clothes. However, loads were only a dollar each, I will hope that other parks I stay in have the same device. Vending machines for drinks did not work the entire 2 week stay, I did bring it to the attention of one of the Sales Agents. Many guests are full timers, it has cleaned up a bit since our stay here last December, but still feels dumpy and kind of uncomfortable. Many sewer spills from people carting their own waste to the sewer dump station. A large sewer spill from one of the rental cabins was handled promptly, and apparently appropriately. This same day there was no access to the dump station or all but on set of bathrooms. Most of the staff was friendly, however, a couple were just outright rude. California has been in a drought, I get that. When we were here in the winter, it was a muddy mess. This summer it has been nothing but a dirty dust bowl. There are cones and fences in the open grass area, you can't go there. This is definitely a dog friendly park, a lot of people did not pick up after their pets. Gate code was changed frequently, unfortunately, we were not told, and had issues getting in one night. It is time for Thousand Trails to take a serious look at this park and how it is advertised. I am pretty sure we will not be back. Time for a major overhaul of this park, such a waste for all that this area has to offer. - 50 States of Gray
Oct 2016 - $40.00
It is difficult to be objective about this park. While the place is technically clean and there are plenty of trees, there are a few negatives. First, this park scores a new high on the number of enforced rules. For example, the dumpster had a combination lock on it. Second, every blade of grass is off limits to pets as indicated by the numerous signs. Pets are expected to do their business on the asphalt. Just not a relaxing place. - Charisma1965
May 2016 - $49.00
Very quiet and well kept with mature planting between large sites. Very helpful staff. Only slight negatives are WIFI is a bit hit and miss, and there are no fire pits, and only a couple of sites with BBQs. Overall very good. Best to book in advance as mainly a residential site with limited overnight sites available. - PCP
May 2016 - $41.00
This is primarily a residential RV park, with just a few spaces for transients. The space we were in didn't have sewer. They provided a free honey wagon service, but that still meant the day we left we either had to stop by the dump station or carry one day's worth of grey water with us (what we chose to do to conserve time instead). Same price, I think, as a space with sewer...?? It's a pretty park, more out in the country, and with a nice creek walk adjoining the campground (beware of little patches of poison oak in some spots on the sides of the path, often blending in with the wild berry bushes...!). However, we probably wouldn't stay there again. Mostly because, as it is right now, this is NOT a pet-friendly place. No pets are allowed on any of the various grass patches or fields. They are allowed on the creek path, but it is far enough away to be inconvenient for quick potty outings (like at bedtime). From talking to a resident, I understand the reason for this is past bad pet owners, leaving dog piles that kids ended up playing in! That is awful and incomprehensible to us responsible, common sense/decency pet owners! And of course we end up paying the price for their bad behaviors!! The wifi was not so great, kept getting dropped. So it's a pretty nice place with nice people so I don't want to rate it badly, but we won't be back as our animals are a fundamental part of our family life, and this place does not currently accommodate them. - CarrieBearie
Jul 2018 - $70.00
We were here for 3 nights in a motorhome with a trailer. It's a very nice park with trees and well-taken care of......very park like. Staff well-trained and helpful. It fronts on what is basically a highway, and my partner is very noise sensitive. Since we had a trailer, we were advised we could ONLY be in a large, premium site, despite the fact that our 25 foot coach and small enclosed trailer could have resided in a smaller one. Unfortunately, all the larger sites are "up front," and close to the highway. The internet is easily overwhelmed as is often the case in RV parks. It'll work OK until ~4:00PM weekdays, then start lagging. I work from our little coach, and so I just routinely used my Verizon hotspot and didn't bother with the resort's insufficient internet. - Diesel24J
Mar 2018 - $80.00
A word of caution, if you decide to stay here, make sure to follow the directions that are in their e-mail. The state has put a divider on Monterey Rd, so if you don't follow the directions, you might have to go a few miles, before you can make a U-turn. Check in was a breeze. They have someone lead you to your site, and they assist you in backing into the site. The only complaint we have is that they like to park you close to the bushes, between the sites, so it was a pain to access the basement and wet bay. We had a deluxe back-in site, so we were able to park our Jeep next to the coach. The cable TV, DirecTV, and AT&T cell phones, including our wf-fi hotspots worked well. Their wi-fi worked well, until it started raining, after that, we had to use our hotspots. There are train tracks across the highway, but inside the coach, the noise didn't bother us. A nice park, and if in the area, we would stay again. - Bbtj
Dec 2017 - $72.00
Although this RV Park is very close to San Jose, it really feels like it's out in the country. Coyote Valley is a fairly large commercial park just south of San Jose and north of Morgan Hill. We stayed here so that we wouldn't have to tow a trailer into Pinnacles National Park (about 60 miles south). Very nice facility with super accommodating staff. They had a guide to assist in parking our trailer. The space itself was all concrete and very clean. Space between units was about 5 feet. I would have given it a better "value" rating if they had a seasonally adjusted rate for our winter stay. - Phil E - Lakewood WA
Sites: 73 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 4 Reviews
Apr 2018 - $40.00
Been coming here since 99, it was one of the best kept secrets in Santa Clara County for years, now with the RV side, its busy all year round. Still a great local park to get away from the city life. - Squirrell
Mar 2017 - $40.00
Had a pleasant overnight stay at the RV section of the park with hook-ups in July on a Sunday evening which was very quiet after the weekend crowd had left for home. Brought the kayak to do some fishing while my girlfriend hiked the nearby trails with our dog on leash. The rangers are helpful and courteous, they also enforce the rules when someone parks illegally makes noise after quiet hours. Bathrooms are clean and well-kept. Most all sites have picnic tables and a fire ring, sites do not have sewer connection but there is a dump near the entrance. The road into the camp has a couple of tight turns but easy for our 17 foot travel trailer. This place gets crowded during the Spring and Summer months on the weekends but is a joy to stay Sunday-Thursday if you can make it out. Cellular and data coverage is spotty though Verizon gets a signal while AT&T does not. - CasitaSanJose
Jun 2016 - $40.00
Great camping area. Lots of wildlife too. Rangers keep things running smooth. I like that they make people follow the rules. Excellent shower facilities. Can also launch boats/kayaks, etc. Except for no cell service, this is great campground. - Darwindog
Aug 2016 - $40.00
This is a county park so I was surprised as to the cleanliness of the place and the condition of the sites. Think of this as a camp ground with RV spaces. By that I mean RV parks normally have some lawn and paved roadways (at least the ones we go to). The roadways are paved but everything else is dirt, so if you have kids they will get dirty.
Stayed in Valley View 1. Valley View #2 has little shade. All except for 3 or 4 sites are very shady. The ones in the center area are totally shaded. There is a dump station at this park.
Lots of hiking trails and mountain bike trails to hike or ride. - Tom Sch
Aug 2016 - $40.00
Nice park in the trees - halfway between Watsonville (very cool coastal area) and Gilroy (very warm inland area). Excellent tree cover and while this makes for comfortable days and nights, you may get some marine layer (so heavy this morning it was like rain) and you'll get little to no cell reception. Other than that, it's convenient (except for the road work on 152 that can get very congested) to so much and a pretty good deal for what you get. Tip: If you want to burn some firewood at your fire ring - bring your own since they sell it there but for $13 for a small box. - Darwindog
Sep 2015 - $35.00
We really enjoyed this little park. The sites are all covered in trees so you have lots of privacy. No fire pit in our site but we did have a big brick grill. Definitely a steep road to get to the park but we saw some big rigs while we were there so it's doable. Good location if you like hiking or wine tasting. - MadAdventures
May 2018 - $45.00
Unscheduled stay due to vehicle problems. They were helpful in accommodating me in an emergency situation. Nice spacious campground! However, you wake up to the smell of garlic! - Ronzo Rig
Apr 2018 - $55.00
We stayed in this park a few years ago and remembered it being nicer. Gravel between the sites and cement pads were level. There were weeds everywhere coming up at the edges of the concrete. There is a fenced dog area with bags for picking up that few people used. Long term residents let dogs run loose. Told a staff member and she talked to the offender so didn't see the dog loose again. Restrooms needed attention. No paper towels one time. Floor was dirty. I would stay again but only in a pinch. - Go often
Sep 2017 - $50.00
Sites are concrete with gravel between, minimal landscaping. Sites are "slide to slide", minimal room to park a long tow vehicle or toad, no patios (no room) or picnic tables. Good satellite viewing of southern sky for pull-through sites. There is a lot of road noise all day and night. No dogs allowed on grass, there is a dog park but it is full of dog poop. No coach washing but you can have a service come out to wash your coach. Funny thing is the service uses the parks water so what is the difference if you wash or service, I smell something fishy here. They could charge like other parks do to allow owners to wash thier coach, revenue in. Lots of permanent residents. - SStapleton
Mar 2018 - $35.00
Nice stay for us in the motorcoarch. Plenty of room for parking, with a tow. - Ginger56
Sep 2015 - $45.00
We chose to stay here because of the access to the surrounding areas. The sites are very close together. It did not allow us to park our towed vehicle except right outside our door, which meant no place to even sit outside or access our storage bays. Our RV is 40' and we were given a back-in spot. There are a few trees but no grassy areas at the sites. It seemed there were plenty of permanent residences. It was easy off the freeway, it is located right behind a huge shopping center (Target, Kohl's, Michaels, BevMo, and restaurants). - Traveling Around
Jun 2015 - $34.00
Rate is based on weekly rate. Park is almost entirely permanent residents. I was jammed in next to the dog walk area, which is next to the rest rooms. I stepped off my doorstep literally into dog XXXX. There was no room to park my truck at my site. The office said I could park up front near the office, which I declined. I was then told it would be OK to park in one of the two spaces reserved for the rest rooms. These two spaces were sized for Honda Civics, so if I left for the day and someone else parked in one of the spaces, I had to wait for them to leave before I could park for the night.
Interior trees need to be trimmed. I had to pull out of my site at an extreme angle in order not to have a tree branch hit my AC units.
The interior roadways are very crowded with vehicles.
I cannot recommend this park and will not stay here again. - GoPackGo
Apr 2017 - $40.00
Park concessionaire died 2017 April. The city is temporarily closing the RV sites. - wjzcbn
Oct 2016 - $35.00
We found this to be a very clean and quiet RV park to stay at. The bathrooms are very dated, but functional and as clean as you could get them considering their age. This is a community park, so obviously, there is no money for the facilities. There was an extra fee for our two dogs and we had no problem with that. The issue we had was that you have to sign a release for the county, that says if they find that you have left your dogs unattended in the RV and you have left the park, that you allow the local Animal control to enter your RV, by force if need be, to remove your unattended animal from your RV and take the dog to the pound. Fortunately, it was fall, so we were able to take our dogs with us whenever we left the rig, in the summer this would have been a problem. - luvdoggiez
Jul 2016 - $40.00
The location is nice and the staff are friendly and helpful; however, when a park states that they have wifi, it should be decent wifi. There was a bait and switch to the wifi; if you want "high speed" the charge is $1.95 an HOUR! The "slow speed" (their words) was miserably slow. And don't go with out texts because that's how you sign in, receiving a text of your sign in number. I had just gotten a phone with texts right before leaving to go there.
The manager told me when we were leaving, that she was going to talk with their internet guy about getting more bandwidth, so it may be better soon.
At night the gates are locked, so security was good. We were given a key, after a $5 deposit, so could get in the couple of nights we were out after 9 pm, when the gates are closed and locked.
Would have been nice to have a children's playground, for when our granddaughter came to visit, but we were told it had been taken out some time before and not replaced. - grandma w