1 Park near Potrero, California
Feb 2016 - $31.00
This is a pretty park for an overnite stay. There is some space between sites, and there are lot's of trees. We saw a ranger briefly once when some goats from a nearby farm came for a visit. This park is very close to the Mexican border at Tecate.
The restrooms were old but clean, and the showers were old, rusty, and had peeling paint. If we were going to Tecate, we would probably return. - Vic and Marsha
Jan 2016 - $27.00
Very helpful staff greeted us with info about the park. Sites are spacious among oak trees. Some levelling was required. Easy to find though road from I-8 requires careful navigating. Lots of walking trails around park. No sewers at sites must use dump station. No picnic table at our site but others do have picnic tables and fire rings. - rvbravo2
Feb 2015 - $27.00
This is not an easy campground to reach; it is not a "stop-for-the-night-as-you-are-passing-through" campground. See my notes below on reaching the campground. However, once you do reach the campground, you are among beautiful old oak trees. The park itself is fairly small, surrounded by farms and homes, with many barking dogs. There is not a lot of vegetation for visual separation between the sites, but the sites are fairly well separated. The interior roads are paved and the sites are paved, but several were fairly unlevel. When we arrived on a holiday weekend, the park was fairly busy, but there were still several spaces available. Once the weekend was over, we were almost alone. The dogs: when we arrived there were barking dogs. As we looked at possible sites, the campers near site 13 said that barking dogs and the smell from the horse corral had been major bad issues, so we chose site 21, further away from the dogs. During our stay we heard dogs during the day, but it was very quiet at night. Just a note on sites, sites 33 through 39 are not as nice, more like parking spaces, and sites 33 and 34 are "buddy" sites, right next to each other. The ranger that checked us in was very nice and helpful; the only other staff we saw were riding an ORV at a high rate through the back roads. It looked like fun but I am not for sure the taxpayers should be paying for it. We had great, strong Verizon phone and data with 4G. We were able to get satellite, but, because of the trees, some sites will not get satellite. There is a nice, short nature trail. - TheJim