30 Parks near Woodbridge, California
Apr 2013 - $18.00
Back in gravel sites with large grass area behind, picnic tables at sites. Great location for wineries and shopping. Lodge is a few steps away from rv, lodge members are extremely friendly. Thanks to the camp host for all your great tips for site seeing in Lodi and Woodbridge. - waymar
Oct 2012 - $16.00
RV sites on edge of lodge parking lot. 8 are suitable for pull in parking so you face an area of grass and trees. The rest of the spots are back in suitable for shorter rigs (less than 30' only) Standard Lodge amenities available, bar, etc. Town is nearby including the very first A&W restaurant. A pleasant stay for us. - Bucky Beaver
Feb 2017 - $54.00
As noted in other reviews, our Wi-Fi was virtually non-existent, even in the middle of the day with fewer than 10 other campers in the transient section of the park. The very nice staff told us to come to the office/lounge to use Wi-Fi. Worth noting is the smell coming from the nearby treatment plant and dairy farm which made our two day stay somewhat unpleasant. Okay for an overnight stay in route to somewhere else. - Runner in the Night
Dec 2016 - $27.00
Very nice place. Not a "Resort" in my opinion, but a very, very nice RV park. Very nice people in the office, easy to navigate in the park, plenty long for our 35 foot coach and toad. Would stay here again. - Kalama Traveler
Dec 2016 - $37.00
Staff courteous, prompt and helpful in finding the best rate for you. We stayed 18 nights over 3 occasions. Good and accessible interior roads. Sites are concrete, long and pretty level. There is a small patio area. We couldn't put our awnings out due to trees which provided sparse shade. Mostly dirt between sites - looks like they planted some ground cover but it didn't quite take. The one time I used the laundry facilities all of the washers (door and seals) were dirty. The dryers had lint in all the screens, and one smelled moldy/mildew. WII FI did not work. Directv worked fine. Verizon was 4g 4 bars. This is a busy park with mostly overnight stays. There are lots of long term tenants but most of the sites were neat and clean. There is the constant drone of noise from freeway no matter where you are parked. Very for convenient for visiting wineries. - Free
Sep 2015 - $20.00
This park has 8 RV sites with 50 amp, water, and a dump station. Easy access for big rigs. We parked our 40 foot fifth wheel here and had no problems, but we arrived early in the day before the parking lot filled up. Sites are paved, but some sites are sloped moderately. Great shopping in area. Would stay again. - richdoreen
14900 West Highway 12 Lodi, California 95242 (map) | (209) 369-1041
Sites: 398 | Latest Rate: $35.00 | 35 Reviews
Dec 2016 - $35.00
After reading all the negative reviews, we were somewhat hesitant about booking a stay, here. We're happy we did!
The park is beautiful with mostly grassy, tree-covered sites. We had a friendly greeting upon arrival. When we saw some sites without trees, the front desk people happily moved us so that we could get a little more of the winter sun.
The there's a good sized dog park, a grassy field, kids playground, and outdoor pools (closed for winter).
The water stopped working our 3rd day there. By the time I made it to the office, they were already working on the repair and had begun hand-delivering free cases of water to every site.
Other signs of good management were new rail fencing around the jumping cushion, and new sewer connections going into the east side of the park.
The pull-thru site we were in was designed to allow travel buddies to have their doors facing each other. But the sites were so long, that you could also pull all the way forward to get more privacy.
We'll be back! - TahoeWino
Dec 2016 - $60.00
My review of this site is based on my experience in attempting to cancel reservations. My wife made reservations here based on the web site photos and description. After multiple people from the area warned me about the drugs and crime associated with the trailer park attached to this park (nothing in the website about that by the way) and being warned that if I have a gun I should bring it....I decided to check the place out myself in advance. I could not drive directly into the park itself but could see quite a bit of it from the parking lot above it where the store and check-in area are. The trailer park looked pretty much as described by friends, there was lots of debris and trash behind many trailers and the inflatable kids giant pillow mentioned in the ads was deflated and covered in stagnant water. At that point I saw enough to know I did not want to stay there. My wife called to cancel the reservations and was told that she could have 50% in store credit??!! When she complained and asked for a manager, she was told one would call her back the following day. Nobody called. She did follow up the next day and was told that the manager "Paul Kraft" said that "rules are rules" and that's the way it is. We are currently following up with the corporate office that owns the campground. I DO NOT recommend staying here or dealing with this campground. Terrible attitude and service. Management could not care less if they tried. - HBeachbum714
Sep 2016 - $65.00
We stayed here while our truck was in the shop. Great restaurant, live music on weekends, very nice & helpful staff. - JackNancy
Sep 2013 - $40.00
We first drove in the campground and wanted to leave cause at first glance it was a bit rough. We found our sight, b40 and it backed up to a large grass area with large shade trees and the Delta was right there. It was beautiful! We had a great area to have a BBQ and campfire, to our family it was perfect. The beach area was nice although the first day there were so many jet skis the noise was horrible. There were 10 in our little area at one time. Just seemed like a lot. I was worried about the night and if the area would get a bit wild but it was fine. We enjoyed our BBQ and campfire and then slept fine. As long as we got the same area of the campground we would stay again. - missymiss
Jul 2007 - $25.00
This place was a dump. Septic backed up and there was a stench. No one was cleaning the restrooms or bathrooms. Plus the place is up for sale so it seems no one cares. We stayed the next night at Tiki Lagun, down the road and found it to be 10x cleaner and much more friendly staff. - traveller57
Jun 2006 - $25.00
This is the single worst campground we have stayed at to date. The campsites are in the middle of an oval of permanent residents. It is dirty and way off of the beaten path. It took us 30 minutes to get to the place off of the 5 freeway. The managers were watering down the dirt sites, and sprayed our clean truck and trailer with dirt and mud. The pictures in the website do not tell a true story. The river is right next to the campground, but it is brown. - smeede
Jun 2016 - $52.00
We were in a 35 ft fifth wheel and backed in right to the Stockton deep water channel. Interesting place to stay if you like bass boats, sail boats, PWC, and cruisers, they all came by. Some folks were fishing, and there was a good club house. All the facilities were good, including WiFi, no cable or sewer hook ups, but good dump facilities on way out or in. Space a little tight and on gravel, place very secure with locked gate, nice parks. Very good stay, although a little pricey. I would stay again. - jimNann
Mar 2016 - $50.00
With few choices that appealed to us in the Stockton area, I based our selection on the experiences of other rv'ers. WOW! We drove through the beautiful neighborhoods of N. Stockton and arrived at our gated RV park. Being fall, there were not many campers at the park. We were greeted by the friendly young woman at the check-in desk. Since we were only staying one night en route to our destination, she moved us to a more convenient and accessible site near the front gate (#15). Being novice rv'ers, I asked the young man, who worked at the park, if he could assist us in backing in to our site. Well, he went beyond the call and actually parked our rig for us. Talk about a low-stress arrival! Our site was wonderful with so many interesting things to view: fishermen, a giant freighter, sailboats, jumping fish, amazing sunset, early-morning fog, changing fall colors in the trees, etc. The restrooms at RiverPoint Landing are clean and well-maintained. There is a nice patio outside with tables and a book exchange area in the common room. On the other side of the park, you find the boats....all snug in their slips. There is plenty to see walking around this park and marina. We will definitely stay here again if the opportunity presents itself. Be aware that there are no restaurants within walking distance of the RV park. But to be honest, who would want to leave their trailer and the beautiful view? BBQ "at home" and sit back and relax! - ibfrog
May 2015 - $37.00
Reasonably clean RV park with waterfront sites along the river. Some sites with nice shade trees, others without. The reasons we downgraded the park are: No sewer hook-ups, no cable, no pool and all of the 50 amp sites were in locations without shade trees; so you get 50 amp service or shade, not both. Our satellite antenna worked fine outside the front of our RV site. The sites are wide enough for both your rig and your tow vehicle, side by side. The wooden tables in each site are in poor condition and need some repair, at least a good scrubbing and a coat of paint. The honey wagon man comes on Thursdays only ($15.00), so plan accordingly if you stay for a while. The good news is, he pumps the RVs first starting around 9 AM, so you can get the service done and have the rest of the day to plan your activities. We rented a covered slip to keep our boat in, which was a very short walk from our RV site which was very nice. There is a large open field next to the RV sites to park your boat trailer, which is free. The boat launch is right next door to the RV park and costs $9.25 with the senior discount. We enjoyed our stay and plan on returning, but we understand that this is a popular weekend destination and if you plan to stay over a weekend, reservations might be difficult to obtain. - Skishell
Jul 2016 - $4.00
I only seem to review parks when I really like them or don't. You will not have to guess which one this is. Firstly, this is not big rig friendly. Your experience begins on the approach, a narrow twisting road on a levee for about 2.5 miles, when you arrive and must descend a single lane, very steep drop off the levee to the park. What goes down must come up. The park is very poorly maintained: dusty roads, bumpy grass (sort of grass) sites, and very poor electric. I never looked in the showers etc, but the building looked very tired. Mostly permanents (maybe seasonal), but very few transients. My 50 amp connection was not working (causing my surge protector to hum) and not delivering power to the coach. The one small bright spot was when a maintenance man came over to check out the humming, and informed me that this site had poor power and I should move to another. He did assist me and we found another site and we were able to stay the night, but left the next day. The ride up the hill to the levee was equally challenging and I was very pleased to be on my way. Would not ever return (even for free). - Woody1
Apr 2016 - $7.00
First time to this park, and the last. Stayed here with Coast to Coast discount. Was charged $7.00 nightly for full hookup but only had 30 amp available, and we had to use adjoining electric because our electric was not working. Reported it to management but nothing ever happened to fix problem. Campsite was in a grassy area but probably had not been mowed in several months, grass all around was very tall which made it a mosquito haven. Staff were friendly but resort needs to fix gravel roads and general lawn maintenance. Stayed just down the road at another campground which was much more appealing and no fees. - Dedra C
Jul 2015 - $11.00
Campground nicely shaded by a canopy of trees along gravel driveways.
The biggest drawback to this park is the well deserved reputation for having long-term members in row E who disrespect the people passing through. The long-term members tend to annoy, harass, and disrespect the other campers.
Management has little control over these long-term dwellers who have a sense of entitlement.
Would we camp there again? Only of there were sites available away from row E. - Wanders
Aug 2012 - $35.00
We came in late and were helped by the very friendly manager. The facilities are ok but it is more a camp for residents than for campers. We would stay here again but not longer than a day due to lack of facilities for children. - Paul69
Apr 2011 - $35.00
We have stayed here before and I must say: this park is going through some real changes. It is getting a face lift, so to speak. With that said: the staff and the store have the same pleasant people that where here from the last time, except they have a couple of new people that add to the charming atmosphere. The camp sites are well maintained and manicured. The bathrooms are older but still well maintained and clean. This park is just one big adventure of a place to walk, and has quirky people to meet. We will definitely stay here again! - J Mellish
Jan 2011 - $40.00
The park is old but in good shape, they are really not set up for big rigs, we are 44 ft, the sites are around 30-40ft we pulled in facing the river so all the hook ups are backwards we did get 50 amps from the site next to us, but if they are full you may as well take a site not on the water. They are pet friendly and you have a lot of park to walk in. The park is about 5 min. from town in a car. No sewer available, they do provide a fair dump station. - 44 ft Beaver
Jun 2008 - $17.00
What a dump! It may have been a nice campground at one time but not any more! It was quite run down. Overhead electric lines were so low that we could not stay there (thankfully!). Our rig would have hit them for sure had we tried to drive through the park. So we got our money back and had to make a U-turn at the entrance (that was fun!). - lotsarocks
Oct 2016 - $3.00
There are not a lot of RV parks close to the San Francisco Bay Area, and even fewer one would actually want to stay at. This has become our favorite park at a good cost within reasonable driving proximity. The people working here at the park are very friendly and helpful. The sites are grass, sometimes with gravel, and the ground is very soft - we always sink in under our jacks, so boards are very helpful. They have a limited number of 50 A sites and the sites are fairly open, though some sites have tree obstructions for satellite reception. They do have activities most evenings and a large section of the park is dedicated to full timers. The park is safe and enjoyable and has a nice playground. The biggest con is the ABSOLUTELY HORRIBLE water quality here. Your filters will clog within days, and you don't want to drink this water even if it's filtered. Beware the roads - the access road to the resort is a winding levee road for the last mile or so, and the entrance to the resort dips steeply down from there. (You wouldn't want to be here if the levee ever failed.) The highway to get here is also not always flat due to shifting Delta soil, and construction is not uncommon. - Luvduvs
May 2016 - $1.00
Stayed here for a week in our fifth wheel, nice campground. Plenty of space between campsites. Nice full hookups, 50 amp service. Gravel sites with picnic table and paved streets. Maintenance did a great job keeping everything mowed and cleaned up. Would stay here again. - Dedra C
May 2016 - $1.00
This park is located in the Delta loop recreational area, in between Lodi and Rio Vista on Hwy 12. First, Hwy 12 is a two lane FREEWAY with lots of truck traffic and virtually no shoulders. Second the road to the campground in ON the levee. It looks and felt like the road was sinking, very uneven and again, no shoulders. Speed limit is supposed to be 25 mph, but not well regulated. One one side of the levee is the water and the other side is farmland. One wrong turn either way, and you would be in a lot of trouble. The levee obviously is higher than either the water or the land, but the drop to the land is a 45 degree angle. Now imagine farmland as far as you can see...except for a chunk of land with some trees and grass plopped right in the middle of a field, and that's what this campground is. The gravel roads were in good shape, but higher than the sites (almost like a levee). The sites were a combination of grass and gravel, mostly grass though. It looked like they were trying to put more gravel down in some sites. Our site was deceptively level, but lots of ruts and holes hiding in the grass.
Overall, the facilities were clean and functional. They had activities in the clubhouse on the weekends. One thing that was more of a deterrent from coming back is the abandoned vehicles, boats, and RV's left where they sunk into the ground which were all over the campground. If it was rainy at all, we would not go - it's below sea level and in marshy farmland surrounding it. Needless to say, we couldn't see the water. There was a dock, but no boat launch in sight, so not sure how they can call it a marina. It appears it is a popular local place as it filled up a bit over the weekend. Since we neither fish nor boat, we would not likely stay here again. - JS Dobson