5 Parks near Morgan Hill, California
Aug 2015 - $65.00
Have stayed here several times when in the area. Nice fenced in dog run! Very clean! Helpful nice staff. Few kids. A favorite place. Nothing to do here but swim. Nothing in walking distance. We will be back. - C.J. Arizona
Jul 2015 - $65.00
We usually travel north when camping, however due to a death in the family, we needed to go to San Jose and decided it would be cheaper to take our trailer with, rather than stay in a hotel for numerous nights. There weren't many RV parks in the area that allowed a dog of our size (English Mastiff 200lbs) We came across this park and the website and reviews looked good and they also accepted our dog. Although it was about a half hour drive from San Jose, the drive was very easy. The staff was extremely helpful and courteous! The bathrooms, showers, and pool were clean, and the campground was quiet and very, very well kept. The sites are a little narrow and back in, which I was a litte apprehensive of, but the staff escorted me to my site and helped me back in with no problem. He was the nicest, most patient man. The sites are all cement and level, with decorative rock in between and a nice grassy area behind each site. The other campers were polite and the kids that were there were quiet. The freeway is close by, but far enough that the noise isn't too loud. There is however a train that travels right accross the street, but only seems to run during the day, as we never heard it at night. The dog yard is small, but big enough for a little exercise, and it's nice and clean. There are rolling hills, with a nice view. Within just a few minutes drive, there is a super Walmart, In N Out, etc. We have a lot of family in the San Jose area, and usually stay with them when visiting, however, after staying at the Coyote RV Resort, we may bring the fifth wheel with us from now on. I would highly recommend this RV park! - Mastiff Lover
Jul 2015 - $70.00
This park is very nice. It is very clean, well maintained and they recycle. (I give an extra point for recycling.). The dog park is average size with small pebbles. There is a large field to the rear of the property where you can walk or unleash your pet. There is a walking/biking trail to the rear of this field. You can walk/ride the 11 miles to San Jose or the 5 miles to Morgan Hill.
There is road noise especially if you are parked near the front. There is also a rail track across the road with a nearby crossing. (Horns, horns, horns) - Michael47
Sep 2014 - $30.00
Very well kept, friendly campground. Many residents are long term, however all the sites I viewed were well maintained. There is an evening security guard, although I saw no immediate need. The area seems safe. The pool is lovely. Facilities are spotless. Shopping is only a few blocks away. The on site store is stocked with many essentials. I stayed for 3 weeks for business, but I would return for a day or two next time in the area. - kalynzoo
Sep 2014 - $47.00
Rate is based on the weekly rate. Mostly park trailers for long term residents. Convenient location for Gilroy. Away from 101, but can't avoid the train noise. Sites are rather small/narrow, but hook-ups are conveniently located. Parking is tight at the sites, but there is additional parking near restrooms and fence. Grass (OK, weeds) are being replaced with artificial turf, which looks pretty good. Laundry room was small (there are several) but kept clean. - Cindy S
Apr 2014 - $34.00
About 70% of this park are permanent residents, however, the sites for short term stays are up near the front of the park and almost all long pull-thrus. There are no shade trees and the spaces are about 10 ft. apart but plenty of room for slide-outs. The cable is poor, about 18 channels and all analog. The WIFI is pretty slow most of the time (too many users) but adequate for e-mail. Restrooms are older but quite clean and well maintained. The restrooms/laundry in the site area is accessible by key for a $10 deposit. There are also showers and restrooms behind the office and in the area of the pool which have code locks. They are a good long hike form the RV site area. Morgan Hill is a very nice up-scale community with good restaurants and plenty of shopping as well. This RV Park is located about 12 miles south of San Jose and a good 15 to 18 miles from downtown. Unfortunately there are very few RV Parks in the San Francisco Bay area. We would rate this one three stars out of five as a good place to stay for a few days. The price is particularly attractive given the area. - Lombardos
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
Feb 2010 - $15.00
We have mixed feelings giving this Park a "5" rating, because at the very end new management came in and solved all of our issues and complaints, and it appears major improvements are on the way. Overall, this Park is safe and comfortable, and convenient to the town of Morgan Hill and San Jose. We will stay here again given the improvements that we saw during our stay. On February 12, 2010 there was a major improvement in management when an investor-manager couple arrived to take over. This change of management happened during our 4th and final week at this RV park. Until the change in management, it was safe to assume that the complaints posted here on RV Park Reviews regarding this KOA were mostly accurate. My wife and I had similar complaints, and were initially overcharged on electric use, had no cable TV, and were subjected to aggressive and onerous demands for credit information that far exceeded the legal norm for our one-month stay. However, it is important to note that the customer service situation has changed dramatically. An experienced management couple with a financial stake in the operation has taken over day-to-day management effective February 12, 2010. On their first day we brought our concerns to them and they moved swiftly to correct the situation. We received immediate refunds, a profuse apology, and they followed up to make sure that our situation had been remedied to our satisfaction. We're giving this place a "5" rating because of the previous experience that we had, combined with the corrective actions of the new management. It was what it was. However, given the speed at which the new management is implementing fair and even policies and improvements to the park, and had we experienced the Parkway Lakes operation under their management, we would change the rating to an "8." Please note that we are not connected to the management or KOA or the Parkway Lakes operation in any way other than as a customer. - Oregon Resident
Jun 2015 - $8.00
Very disappointed. No sewage hookup. Lots not assigned, not level, not paved. Dusty. Poor amenities. Rude staff. Loud guests. Crowded. Fires close to vehicles. No wifi. Full timers create an atmosphere of trashy trailer park. - LJC1969
Apr 2015 - $5.00
Great roomy spots with pull-thru 50 amp service. Nice big pool. Verizon and Dish worked well. The only downside is no sewer but there are several dump stations and the honey wagon will pump you out. - rolling homeless
Apr 2015 - $60.00
Satisfactory overall. Pluses: fairly roomy, some shady sites, beautiful olympic-sized pool, tennis court, a few amenities for kids [pool table, games, etc], not too crowded, adequate number of rest rooms. Quiet. Creek-side. Minuses: their dump very tight for large RVs, NO SITE SEWERS and sewer dump very tight for large RVs, mostly 20-3o amp spaces [few 50 amp], UNPAVED sites > DUSTY,
office service sketchy, some run-down long-termer trailers. - robert87
Apr 2015 - $40.00
Uvas Pines is a little gem! Small, shady, green, intimate, quiet, restful and friendly- next to year-round creek. Good value, decent wifi at all sites, almost all on sewer [and if not free honey wagon], very helpful and responsive at office, and excellent washing machines that work. ~80-85 % long-termers carefully chosen for sociability and thoughtfulness to others. - robert87
Aug 2014 - $40.00
The park is very beautiful, wooded and tranquil.
However, it is very small. The staff was very pleasant but did not provide any information unless I asked.
This RV Park was made up of 98% fulltime residents. All very quiet and cordial.
The only dumpster is located near the front of the park. Not a far walk but further than most parks.
The sewer hook up is located towards the front of every site while the electric and water is located near the rear of the sites. Bring extensions.
The park is located in the middle of the Santa Clara County Wine Trail which lends itself to access to some phenominal wineries.
All can be reached by driving a short distance.
Sites have no picnic table or fire ring. - Fyrflie1
Mar 2013 - $40.00
This park is a bit out in the country with some winding roads getting to the park. The positive side of that is that is very quiet and wonderfully dark. There are only a few RV spaces for over-nighters, so it is definitely advisable to make reservations. As noted, there are a lot of long term residents but that is not a problem; they were all quiet and respectful. There are a few sites that will get satellite. Our Verizon phone and data card worked well. The park has a very nice feel with a large green space and sites well-spaced. The manager was very efficient in getting us registered and accommodating our satellite needs. The utilities are all good, but spacing is a bit strange with sewer hookups located quite a ways away. We would definitely stay here again. - TheJim