1 Park near Scotts Valley, California
May 2016 - $50.00
This park is almost entirely full-time residents, but there is a small section of pull-through sites for "transients". These were very narrow and barely long enough for our 34-foot 5th wheel with the truck parked sideways in the road. The park is very convenient to the town of Scotts Valley and a 15-minute ride to downtown Santa Cruz. Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park and the cute town of Felton are 10 minutes away.
As a base camp for exploring the area, this is pretty good, though we prefer the state park campgrounds down on the beach, which are quite nice, or the yacht harbor RV park. The pool is nice, though it can get crowded on weekends since lots of kids live here. Even with the Thousand Trails discount, this place is quite expensive, but typical for the greater Bay Area. - MrSunshine
Jul 2015 - $54.00
Not our kind of place. Cramped spaces, neighbors entry faced ours so thru us together so absolutely no privacy. Lots of kids so it was noisy as we were right by the pool. No place to walk outside park. Staff was extremely helpful and went the extra mile for us. Internet was not good. Sites were holy, not level. - LottaTidbits
Sep 2014 - $20.00
The $20 rate reflects the RPI rate including tax. The park is an older park with a lot of long term residents. Our site was a pull-thru with full hookups, cable TV and a picnic table. The sites are somewhat tight so there is not a lot of space separating you from your neighbor which is not necessarily a bad thing if you like to "visit". There are a lot of trees providing shade and a nice setting. The park is far enough off of the freeway so there is very little road noise. Evidently this park was taken over as it is a lot nicer than the previous review. It is a TT/Encore Resort and has a nice pool, spa, laundry room, clean restrooms & showers. There are wineries nearby and the trip down to the pier in Santa Cruz & Boardwalk is a must. - Michael Kibler