2 Parks near Vacaville, California
Aug 2014 - $35.00
It's quiet, our site was level, there are dog walks with grass and trees, and the place was beautiful. Trees with sunlight filtering through, but no trees blocking sites. Reading the other reviews, I would have to say, yes, there are some long term residents. That's not a problem for me. Everyone I met was friendly. I felt comfortable, safe,the location was soothing and breezy, and the manager was very nice. We maneuvered a 43' RV with tow vehicle around the park with no problem. We will stay here again. - vandystargazer
May 2014 - $35.00
The park was well situated and accessible. But maintenance/upkeep was sorely lacking. Picnic table in our site hadn't been cleaned since last year, perhaps. Dirty and loaded with spider webs complete with spiders. Even after we sort of cleaned it up, we would not sit at it. I would rather not go there again. - Harold Fritsche
Sep 2013 - $35.00
Not a great place for sure. Full of old trashy permanent trailers with junk piled everywhere. Very tight for any big rigs no matter what they advertise. No room between rigs. Gravel mixed with dirt sites. Sites are level. Large Eucalyptus trees make shade, but are very hard to maneuver around, are very messy, and keep satellite signal out. Cable TV is OK, and internet fair, but they only give you 24 hours of Wi-Fi free, then you have to pay. Water and power seems OK. Staff very nice and helpful, but the place is just trashy looking and way too tight. 4-6 miles from any shopping. We came to visit friends in Vacaville, and we would not stay here again. - Retired CSI Guy
Jun 2015 - $49.00
This was an overnight stop on our way to Oregon. The office staff was very nice and helpful.
The park is a mix of long-term "residents" and travelers. Overall, the park is maintained but it is older. The pads are dirt/gravel and ours was not level making it difficult to get the jacks set properly without the front tires of our 34' MH being well off the ground.
There are a lot of large trees making good shade, a big grassy area and a nice common area with bbqs and picnic tables under an arbor with grapes growing over it. The friends we were traveling with have a large dog and the park was quite dog-friendly.
We didn't use the bathrooms, showers, cable or wi-fi so I can't review those features. Overall, it was a decent place to stay but a bit overpriced for the location and age of the property. - Ree Klein
Jun 2015 - $49.00
Needed a quick overnight on a long trek home. Arrived around 7:30 or 8:00 PM. Met by a very helpful young woman, who gave us our choice of back-in or pull-through. Took the pull-through so wouldn't have to unhook. She led us to the site on an ATV. Somewhat narrow, but okay for our little rig. Brand new picnic table. Electrical, sewer, water connections were in excellent condition.
Big place. Not sure how many are full-timers. Have a variety of RV sites, tent cabins. Nice pool area. Very easy off/on I-5. Quiet at night. Very nice big trees. Will be back. - RichAndSheryl
Oct 2014 - $50.00
We have stayed here out of necessity three times. The park is a mess with overgrown weeds and seedy buildings with lattice and different wood attached at odd angles. There are many permanents in the park with old trailers and new trailers. There are many work trucks parked by each trailer. On one site, the permanent resident has even been able to trim bushes at his site into a dog shape. The bathrooms are old and moldy but the owner has pulled a trailer into the park with individual shower and toilet on each side (two units) That makes a total of 4 toilets for the entire park of 110 sites. This toilet/shower area is new and fairly clean. I was curious about another campground next door, it seems to be neater and designed better and looks cleaner. Both parks are old and heavily used. There are not many other parks this close to San Francisco. - saturn7