1 Park near Riverside, California
Oct 2015 - $20.00
This was our destination campground as I had a five-day conference to attend just down the street. I never could make the Tengonet wifi work. We left every morning before the office opened and returned every night after the office closed so could not find out what the problem was with their wifi. I used my cell phone as a wifi hotspot instead so it was no big deal.
This place is a county owned and operated park and campground. It was immaculate in every respect. All streets are paved and every space is level concrete. There is a lot of room between each space so it never felt crowded. There were a lot of trees and, in spite of the drought, a lot of freshly mowed grass. A very pretty park!
There are two separate RV areas. One campground is the older area in the back (Lakeview), the newer area is Cottonwood. Cottonwood is closer to the front entrance, office and store. We camped in the newer Cottonwood area. To us, it seemed much nicer. During the day, there were maintenance people all over the place taking care of things. At night, very quiet and peaceful.
They have a very nice convenience store.
I would camp here again. We camped here in a motorhome. - Wise Old Man
Oct 2015 - $15.00
Would have been a 9 for me if they had sewer hook-ups. They do have a dump station.
This park is clean, very quiet, and is behind closed gates at night.
AC power is good and remains stable.
Water is good and pressure is 50+ lbs.
This park is an excellent value for the $15 Passport America rate. - RagFtw
Apr 2015 - $30.00
This a very nice park, spacious, well maintained, but ALWAYS booked up!! It has great amenities for the kids and adults as well. Great for bike rides, walks and fishing. However, I do not recommend staying on the lake side (not if you are like me and prefer to glamp). The lake side was, in my opinion too rustic and occupied by too many shady looking characters!! You can instantly tell you're in a different place when you cross over the threshold to the lake. I also don't recommend staying where I stayed. I suggest the inner circle where there's grass and some trees. The outer sites (where i stayed)...straight dirt backed by weeds. There is plenty of space between the sites which is great!! I can't imagine any size rig would have too much difficulty maneuvering around within the park. - Glamper Dude