3 Parks near Visalia, California
Apr 2016 - $36.00
Very nice lady checked us in. Free wifi for all three of our devices and worked very well.
Lots of spaces for RV's that at one time were filled with Mobile homes.
Some older Mobile homes but are kept clean and everyone was friendly. Felt very safe here too!
We used this place as a base camp to see Sequoia and Kings Canyon National parks.
Would defiantly stay again! We stayed in a 34' motorhome with tow. All back-in sites. - 3TexasRats
Feb 2016 - $36.00
We stayed at this park as location to visit Sequoia NP as there were no other choices closer this time of the year. The staff was very friendly. The streets are all black top and the sites are concrete. The streets are narrow making it a bit of a challenge getting larger RV's around corners and onto the sites. It wasn't a large issue, but did require moving slowly and carefully. There is some grass between sites making them adequate size and spacing between sites. The park is quite old with most sites occupied by either monthly or long term renters. Most of the long term trailers are old and not in the best of shape. There were a few sites that were empty, but not well kept for some unknown reason. An off thing I noticed was that they were supposed to have 50 amp service, but the site we were on only had 40 amp breakers. - Phaeton_Owner
Jun 2015 - $25.00
Rate is based on weekly site rental. Has the feel of a mom-and-pop operation, although it is in fact owned by an off-site corporation. The manager and assistant manager provide friendly, personalized service, and make RVers feel at home even though this is, in fact, a mobile home community for seniors. It is immaculate, quiet and convenient to all kinds of shopping and restaurants. The sites are large, easily accessible concrete pads, with grass and trees between rigs. The streets throughout the park are wide and paved. The evening we arrived the managers were hosting a barbecue for residents. We were invited, and had some of the best brisket we have ever eaten (cooked by the manager and assistant manager) with all the yummy trimmings. We will definitely return when in the area. - BSR
Apr 2016 - $20.00
Not much to add to the other reviews except that the park receives very little maintenance. The blacktop is starting to disintegrate and could use a good sweeping. The hook-ups are overgrown with limbs. There were only a small number of rigs  in the lot. Back-up as far as you can because the hook-ups are way in the back of the site. Reservations are not accepted or needed. I will stay here again because it is only a few blocks to the Visalia Country Club - a nice course with a great clubhouse. - bradydane2009
Nov 2014 - $20.00
Nothing fancy, but this is a nice, clean, safe place to spend a night. Sites are nothing more than back-in parking spots located behind the lodge in an asphalt surfaced parking lot. The electric and water connections are at the rear of each spot. The property borders a residential area to the rear and is quiet at night. While there are no sewer hookups at the spots, a dump station is located on site. There's a 7 day stay limit per month and $5 dry camping is available ONLY when all hookup sites are filled. Voltage was good during our stay. We did not use the water. Both AT&T and Verizon have a moderately strong LTE signals here. We'll definitely come stay again. - Gyropilot
Jul 2013 - $20.00
Rate is for a 50 amp water and electric only back-in site behind the Elks Lodge. Marked spots at the rear of the lodge parking lot with hookups at the back of the site. Has dump station. Available only to members of the Elks. Lodge is open daily and has dinners on various days, but you must sign up for them. While it is some distance off the 99, we would stay here again if in the area. - Big Moose
May 2016 - $53.00
We have stayed at this park twice before, the last time 4 years ago. Both times it was very nice and green; some grass, some mowed weeds. Big change! Mostly mowed weeds, lots of dead patches; millions of foxtails which are a big issue for those of us who travel with dogs. The worst foxtails were in the enclosed dog yard! Yes CA has a drought; we live in CA and have the same issues at home. This seems to be a case of just letting the place run down.
On the plus sice, the staff was very friendly, park very clean, quite a few full time residents but rigs/spaces were clean and tidy.
We share others' feelings about the "one hour free wifi", should be free/unlimited like all other RV parks.
For this park I would have expected to pay about $35, not $53. And that was after the KOA club card discount. We would not stay here again. - MarvMarvs
Jan 2016 - $44.00
There is hardly any gravel, just dirt with a lot of grass growing on the sites where you park. It smells strongly of manure. It was dark when we came in, but we assume it is near or next to a feed lot. It is cold tonight; can't imagine this place during the hot summer! WiFi is "free" for an hour, then you pay! This is the first time we have Ever run into this at a KOA. We would never come back here. - Pdx discovery
Jun 2015 - $50.00
This is an older park in a very industrial part of town near a railroad track. It is conveniently located near Sequoia National Park. Most campsites are pull-thrus with a picnic table. There are some large trees in the park which are good for shade but not good for big rigs or satellite reception. Grass was brown because of drought. The park would be pretty if it was greener. The WiFi setup was strange - you get one free hour of WiFi per device per day. The one hour is continuous - you cannot check your email and then come back after dinner and check it again. Then you have to wait 24 hours it use it again. We used our verizon hotspot which worked fine. The office was the old KOA A-Frame and was dated but they were adding new cabins and seemed to be interested in the future. - lyzzards