Date of Stay: November, 2008 - $12.00
If you're looking for a slick, resort-type park, this isn't it! This is a very rustic park in an out of the way place. While children are welcome, I doubt that there's much for them to do -- I'd suggest that the park is suitable for an overnight only with kids. Adults, seeking quiet countryside living, might enjoy a few day-stay (we wish we could have stayed several days, but we already had subsequent prepaid reservations). Due to a problem on the road, we arrived just after dark. It was difficult to see/find the park. However, the park owner appeared with flashlight and assisted as we disconnected our tow'd and backed our motorhome so we could enter the park. The owner also helped guide us into our assigned space (park lighting is minimal). The space itself was quite roomy. The park has a number of long-term tenants and a few stored RVs. The owner explained the large number of vehicles parked -- apparently they also restore 'classic' cars that they export to Europe -- there were a half-dozen Ford Mustangs in various states of restoration and a fully restored 1928 Buick (very nice) parked in view. Previously this RV park was shown to have pull through spots, but that does not seem to be the case at this time. There was plenty of room to maneuver our 43' rig. We would stay there again. We camped at Holland Ranch in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2007 - $28.00
There is absolutely nothing here. The previous review is suspect. Nothing for children to do; you are in the middle of nowhere about two miles down a farm road off a secondary highway in a county with no tourist attractions or amenities of any kind! We camped at Holland Ranch in a Motorhome.