1 Park near Winchester, California
Apr 2016 - $34.00
This is a large campground on the eastern side of Temecula. You feel very much like you are in the country when staying here. The is a large lake, hills & mountains, and lots of very nice scenery here this spring. You can even see the distant snow on the higher mountains. I have also seen hot air balloons rising in the distance the last two mornings. There are a number of attractive wineries close by. Many of those places have restaurants. Most of these restaurants are closed at 4pm.
This is an ideal weekend for camping and the place is pretty full. But outside of the weekend you should be able to get in here without a reservation. This is a ways off the freeway though. And if you camp here it is an 8 mile drive to the grocery store, and restaurants open after 4pm. - RFCN2
Jan 2016 - $31.00
This is always a popular place to camp for a few days for us as it is close to where we have our base. This is not an RV park but rather a camp ground. Many spaces are satellite friendly, spaces are quite level but on dirt with only selected sites that have grass nearby.
Good cell phone service and your personal hot spot on either Verizon or AT&T works very well. The campground also has wifi that you can pay for.
This is a very easy park for new RV'ers to practice their skills as there is a lot of room between sites and the dirt forgives mistakes that might be made!
Dog friendly and lots of room to walk fish, or even boat. No body contact with the lake is allowed, but there is a splash park that operates in the summer. There is a small store and gas pumps on the campground property .
Local area provides wine tasting, restaurants of all kinds, food shopping and fuel along with other stores. A very nice park, a bit rustic but a chance to feel you are a long way from the city while just being outside of a good sized city. This campground is well worth a visit!! - Old Detective
Apr 2015 - $31.00
Overall this is a nice campground. Not a lot of trees at the sites, but a couple. We stayed in the B campground. This is great for people who are camping with friends because most sites in this section you are able to park two trailers so the doors open into the same picnic table area. But if you are camping by yourself, you may want to look at area A or C, these are normal spots with the picnic table area facing the backside of the next door trailer. Lake level is not that low compared to others places we have been in CA and good fishing. Theres a splash pad for the kids, younger ones enjoyed it more than my 12 year old. A big jungle gym to play on next to area A. It was windy most of our week long stay, but we would come back in the future. - phs2200