1 Park near Pleasanton, California
Mar 2016 - $40.00
Very small spaces and narrow lanes. It was extremely difficult to park the 5th wheel, and then there was hardly any space for the truck. We were so close, we couldn't open the awning all the way. Sites were gravel and poorly marked with chalk lines. If you choose 50 amp, you may be on the grassy pad in the first row that looks nicer. Utility poles are not well put together and poorly maintained. There are not a lot of options in the North Bay Area. We were here a week while visiting relatives. - BLT2015
Mar 2016 - $65.00
All time champion for being overpriced, and it's an additional whopper $20 deposit, if you need a bathhouse key; glad we didn't. Site not level. Hookups satisfactory. Wifi satisfactory. No cable. This place is Days Inn at Ritz Carlton prices. On the positive side, it was safe and quiet, and the camp host was friendly and helpful. County owned, and they aren't worried about competition. Had placed chemicals dangerous to dogs on grass, but check in staff did know of it; we were warned by some other campers. Suggest double checking directions to the park. - MSTraveler
Jan 2016 - $40.00
The major positive about this RV park is that, I believe, it's the nearest park to the East Bay area. The sites are very simple gravel/dirt with full hookups and wife. TV channels could be received through our antenna. The bathroom facilities were pretty large and well-maintained. The park is located in a fairly quiet area, though I did hear a train pass nearby at sometime.
Unfortunately, one of the nights we stayed there, our neighbors left a dog in their trailer and it barked most of the night. The Camp Host was situated quite far away near the entrance gate. - exsoccermom