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Date of Stay: October, 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. We camped at Vineyard RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $50.00
A lovely rustic RV park central to Vacaville, 10 min from Davis. Gravel and earth for the most part, one section is fully paved, but that area is back in only. Friendly helpful staff. Very large fenced dog run area (1/4 acre) and well maintained grass new playground. Lovely pool. They could do a better job of picking up the trash, but that may have more to do with recent guests than the staff. We've been there before and we will visit again. We camped at Vineyard RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $49.00
This park is easy to get to. Spaces are gravel as are the roadways although in one area there is asphalt. When I asked at the time I was booking what space number we would be in we were told that when we arrived we would find out. That was different but OK. Wi-Fi is different; you have to use coupons provided by the park to log on to Wi-Fi. They are good for one day at a time according to the office staff. The Wi-Fi reception was not that good. We didn't use the bathrooms but according to our friends who did use them they were, shall we say, rustic. Staff was waiting for us and showed us to our site when we arrived after office hours. Overall the park is OK but not worth the 8.5/9 rating that Woodall's gives it. We camped at Vineyard RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $49.00
Our gravel pull-through site was just long enough for our 40 foot motor home and tow dolly. Cars are parked in the road next to the site but the roads are quite wide and parked cars do not block traffic. Our site was quite wide with some brick paving, grass, shrubs and a picnic table. Staff were friendly and the park is very clean. There are some tall trees but none blocked our satellite TV. Cable TV is mostly local channels with a few extra thrown in. I had problems connecting to the TengoInternet Wi-Fi but was able to use my MiFi instead. Adequate Verizon signal that was mostly 3G. We would stay here again. We camped at Vineyard RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $47.00
Rate includes Good Sam discount. We spent about a week here while we visited our daughter who is a grad student at UC-Davis. In 40 days of camping across country, Vineyard was one of the more expensive RV parks we visited, but considering the area, we did not feel ripped off. Park is clean and spacious, with nice landscaping, clean restrooms and showers, and good laundry facilities. After spending many days on the road in cold climates, Vineyard was a nice oasis. Our dog enjoyed the two dog parks. One nice amenity (free) was the air hose for adding air to the tires of our motorhome. We rented a car from Enterprise while in town and they picked us up at the park without hesitation. When we return to the area we will stay here again. We camped at Vineyard RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2014 - $30.00
Stayed here with a group, so nightly rate reflects that. They have a pool, but it is seasonal. I enjoyed the park and my area was quiet, level, and large enough for my 24' rig. My two complaints...my area was filthy...cigarette butts everywhere along with other waste! The two pet runs were nice, but the dirt is powdery and my white dog turned brown...honest! Some pea gravel or grass would help! We camped at Vineyard RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2013 - $39.00
Rate reflects one week stay. Office staff was friendly and helpful. Pull thru site that was a little tight, but do able. All utilities worked fine. Unusual cold snap put temps below freezing at night, just let faucets drip and were OK. We were in the older section, the newer area was very nice. Area is quiet, clean, and close enough to Sacramento, Napa, Sonoma and San Francisco for day trips. Local shopping in Vacaville is plentiful and a lot of restaurants as well. The Budweiser brewery tour was fun and includes complimentary beer. In Napa, do not miss Gotts Roadside for Really good burgers that are not inexpensive, but Good! We will return when next in the area. We camped at Vineyard RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $51.00
Rate reflects Good Sam discount and two small dogs. We stayed here about five years ago and decided not to return. However, with family nearby and favorable reviews, we gave it another chance. Glad we did, as there have been many improvements and it is now a nice park. We had grass on both sides, ample room for slide outs, and a site that was easy to get level in. Restrooms, while clean, are old, but I'm told that is this winter's remodel. We'd stay here again. We camped at Vineyard RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $49.00
The section of the park that we were in was probably nicer than most of the park. The area that we were in had been reconstructed to double the size of each site and give each site more room. However, it looked like the entire campground was in good shape. There were an abundance of shade trees and the entrance gave you a sense of welcome. Our corner site #59 was located on "Zinfandel" street. Fairly level, with all the hook-ups, Good WI-FI and Cable reception. Long enough for our RV & car. Plenty of room on the side for a table and relaxing outside. Because we were on Midway Road and away from the highways, it was quiet. This campground is located about 30 miles from Sacramento and about an hour from San Francisco. Vacaville is only 10 minutes away and has lots of shopping. We stayed here for 5 days visiting family in Sacramento and touring San Francisco. Very nice park and would definitely stay here again. We camped at Vineyard RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $47.00
We stayed here twice in the last 2 weeks, both in the older section and also in the newer sites. Both were quite good, very little shade in the newer, but clean level gravel sites. Good Wi-Fi around the park. Lots of "live aboards" but kept very clean. Nice pool, easy check in. We stayed here in our new 40' bus for her shake down- twice now. Will stay here again. We camped at Vineyard RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $42.00
Not as close to SF as we would have liked, but it seemed to be the best bet. Guess it was 30+ miles from BART, further from SF. The front half of the CG is old, tired and full of full timers and transient workers. Spaces are dirt and close together. Clouds of dust when a vehicle comes through. Lot of junk around the RVs. Would not stay in front area. We stayed in the back which was a little better than OK. Our site was reasonably large, but a bit tight getting into. The road in front of us was paved, ergo, no dust. Only back ins in the rear of the CG. Wi-Fi better than most CGs. Verizon signal weak. The breaker on our power pole blew out. Called and after quite some time, got the owner on the phone (office closed for night) to report this. He suggested we try to extra power pole (for some reason they have two of every thing at each site) which has worked fine, but even though it has been over a week, the breaker has not been replaced. But for SF, this is not a place we would stay again. But if you plan on spending most of your time in SF, this place is adequate for that or a one nighter. We camped at Vineyard RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $50.00
Lovely campground. We were here last year and we find there has been a great improvement. Many fully paved site, all back in. Our pull thru has well kept grass with gravel pads. Nice pool, five minutes from Vacaville and shopping. We will visit again. We camped at Vineyard RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $49.00
Wow! Don't head west on I-80 on a Sunday afternoon. We were in 22 mile backup so by the time we reached Vineyard campground, we needed some comfort. But it wasn't here. Some campgrounds just hit you wrong and this one did. We were in a pull thru on the west side on dirt and gravel. A lot of the permanent residents sites around us were not orderly. The water/electric/sewer were fine and the Wi-Fi was good. Big rig maneuverability is good although the entrance is a little tight. The two campgrounds in the area are almost next to each other. For an overnight, this campground is okay but just not very attractive. We camped at Vineyard RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $39.00
We stayed for a week with a 38 ft motorhome with car in a back in spot. Very nice grass and shade tree. Wide spot with paved roads in our section. Utilities worked fine, as did cable and Wi-Fi. Close to I 505 and I80. Half hour to Sacramento and a casino. Shopping, dining was in town about 3 miles away. They also had 2 laundries. Looks like they had regulars, but park is kept clean. Also had good lighting in our area. Check in was very friendly and helpful for things in the area. Would stay again. We camped at Vineyard RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $49.00
Price reflects Good Sam discount. We spent two nights here. Unfortunately, the first night was extremely hot (even for the Sacramento Valley), and to make matters worse, an accident at the freeway offramp destroyed the power pole carrying the high voltage feed that served the area. The park lost power at 5:30 PM and it was not restored until about 4:00 AM the next morning. (This also affected its competitor down the street.) This is hardly the fault of the park management. Since temps were 112 degrees, those with generators were allowed to operate them all night long. Our second night was uneventful! We shifted from a "premium" site to an alternate closer to the showers. Staff was helpful and pleasant about making the change. Though the site was no longer a "premium" site, we were not offered a reduced charge (there was no cable TV at this site). Roads are wide and easy to maneuver on. Some are paved, but most are gravel as are the campsites. There was a nice "patio" of square concrete "stepping stones" at most of the sites and included a picnic table. Trees were plentiful, but oddly did not offer much shade. Showers/restrooms were clean. If we need to come to this area in the future, we'd stay at this park, though the value received for the amount paid was a bit unsatisfactory. We camped at Vineyard RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
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