2 Parks near Vista, California
Oct 2015 - $30.00
This is a standard RV Resort. Sites are concrete and each has a tree and ground cover as well as a patio area and picnic table. (some leveling required as all of the sites are graded down hill, however, the park provides levelers).
Pool is clean and good size. There is also a very large Jacuzzi.
Bathrooms are large and clean. Showers were great!
There is a laundry room with soap machines, etc.
One of the reasons we stayed at this park is that it is located near all major highways and freeway systems. Close to shopping and restaurant's! - jmjack
May 2015 - $20.00
Very friendly young managers. Great wifi, clean restrooms, warm pool and our site was fairly flat concrete. Just one night as passing through but would stay again. Only complaint was office closing at 4pm which is very early. - kiwitravelers
Apr 2015 - $36.00
This is a very nice RV park, but I wouldn't call it a resort. The park is quite clean and well maintained. There are few trees which are too small to provide shade. The roads are paved and the RV pad is concrete. Spaces are fairly tight and there is really not much space for chair or table. The RV pad is level side to side but lengthwise it has such a slope that the park provides leveling blocks. My front tires were a foot off the ground. The pad is barely wide enough for the RV; the slides overhang the planter on one side and the tiny sandy patio area on the other. The campsite has 20/30/50 electric but no picnic table or fire pit. The water is city supplied and fairly decent at about 60 psi. Basic cable is free. Internet wifi is free with a strong signal throughout the park; good enough to stream. The laundry is small with 3 machines, but in good condition. The showers are clean and in good condition; did not use. There is a small pool with spa. The office staff is a helpful young lady who is quite friendly. The park has a few activities, but it's such a small park that events really aren't very feasible. The park is located in a city and close to anything you could want. Noise, even from the commuter train, is minimal. Traffic is always an issue when going anywhere. This is a pleasant park to stay at for doing things in the area, but not as a destination park, unless you're just looking for a place to live. - Wiyndog
Jan 2012 - $23.00
An Elks lodge RV park that allows non-members access and takes reservations. Parking is on dirt/gravel on a level lot. Large covered picnic area for groups. Laundry available at lodge building. Narrow sites for rigs with slides on both sides you are only 4 feet from your neighbor when his slides are extended. Big rigs should watch for dragging turning into lodge coming from the north. Host on site. - Bucky Beaver