3 Parks near Paicines, California
Aug 2016 - $1.00
We were here during a major fire in Big Sur so some days were quite smokey but that's just an aside. Well kept park, friendly staff, good food in cafe on weekends. They are having a problem with power so many spots are tent only. But, that being said there were plenty of full hookup sites available. Wildlife around but only saw deer. The long term sites are VERY well kept and attractive. We extended our stay here as we kind of like the quiet and seclusion. Will definitely stay here again. - Msims
Jul 2016 - $1.00
Campground not well maintained. Adult Lodge filthy as well as the restroom there. Family lodge not well maintained. Both pools closed for repairs as well as the hot tub. Appears they could have closed them in the winter for repairs, instead of the summer time during high usage. Picnic tables in a state of disrepair. - Sidewinder
Apr 2016 - $40.00
This is the straw the broke the camel's back. We pulled out of our Thousand Trails membership because of this park . Closed or flooded filthy bathrooms. More than half the sites had faulty electrical and the "ranger" was the least helpful staff member I've ever dealt with. Tons of full timers, which is fine if it didn't look like they were making drugs in their rigs. Do yourself a favor, stay clear. We left and will never look back. Sad thing is we've waited to join since we were first married 20 years ago. My husband's dad had been a member since the 80s and it's always been a goal. Hopefully they can get it together . - Appreciatethedaysyouhave
Nov 2016 - $18.00
We stayed in site 89 in the RV loop which has electric connections. Water is available to fill your tank, and a dump station is available to dump your tanks. Site was spacious although some are closer together. It was great seeing the wildlife (birds, rabbits, deer) from our campsite. We were close to the trails into the Pinnacles so it was an ideal location for us. This site was in shade half the time. Weather was moderate and it rained the evening of our last day so it didn't slow us down. This is a good time to visit this park. We will be back. - bdornbush
Apr 2016 - $23.00
We arrived without reservations, and decided to take a tent site because the RV sites were too open for our liking. It was a long but pleasant walk to the showers, which are coin-operated. There is a lot of poison oak here, so be sure to keep your pet out of it. We thought we had done a good job of avoiding it, but we still got a bit of a rash a few days later. - Oregon52
Apr 2016 - $35.00
We stayed here for 2 days. This camp site is clean and have coin showers and a swimming pool. This camp site also have a store for most of daily needs. - Abhi
Dec 2016 - $44.00
This must be a newer RV park, because everything there looks new, clean, pristine. We only stayed one night but we really liked the park itself. The dog run is second to none - I've never seen such a great dog run before! There's a dog wash, a nice comfy bench to sit on, tunnels, and just lots of space and things to sniff. The view, of course, can't be beat - 360 mountains everywhere you look. And it's even landscaped, which I generally don't see in a dog run. There were even newly planted trees. Our dog LOVED that dog run, and she usually doesn't care for them.
The sites themselves....well, that's why it's only an 8. None of the sites were level that I could tell. Our site was a back-in, and our front tires were VERY close to being off the ground (that is NOT good for an RV, as you well know). We looked around at all of the sites, and they pretty much all had that issue. Aesthetically they couldn't be nicer - the landscaping was wonderful, but level is what's important when it comes to parking an RV.
We just stayed the night, so I don't even know what was nearby, but there was a town a couple of exits down the highway so I'm sure it wouldn't have been difficult to get supplies had we needed to. The view, again, was just spectacular - mountains everywhere you look - it was wonderful.
And the park was silent for the most part - we didn't hear traffic or our neighbors or anything much. We had a great night's sleep there and would definitely stay again. - chasmyn
Nov 2016 - $65.00
RV resort in every sense of the word. Most sites are pull through, and long enough for the biggest rig. Roads are surprisingly narrow for a big rig park, with tight turns. Very new park in excellent condition. Good availability, even on busy weekends. We didn't experience high winds, as others have noted. Security gate entrance. Propane and store on site. Huge dog area, with pay dog wash station. Events room good for rallies. We loved it here. - Scott Hicks
Nov 2016 - $44.00
Stopped here for an over-nighter in November. This must be a brand new cg - the office, store, grounds, roads, campsites and etc. were modern and immaculate. We received a warm reception, were guided to our site, and the friendly guide even helped us back in. Our back-in site was 50ft long, level concrete, and plenty wide. The pull-through sites are 75-100 ft long! Our Verizon MiFi worked well here so we didn't test out the cg's free wifi. The cg is a minute away from the freeway - the traffic noise was barely noticeable outside, and we could not hear it at all inside our trailer (our site was at the back of the cg away from the freeway). There's plenty of grass, shrubs and young trees. The cg is surrounded by miles of pleasant farmlands. We will definitely stay again if we are travelling by. - phann