Park is situated in a shady grove of trees between Groveland and Yosemite NP. It is a very quiet park with little highway noise except for log trucks on Hwy 120. The park was spared during the Rim Fire of 2013 by the efforts of the CDF and local fire departments. We camped in site 15 which is a very nice spot away from most of the other sites. Wi-Fi was not good during our stay, only having access 2 of the 3 days we were there. TV reception is good if you have the satellite dish receiver provided by the park. We would stay here again.
Yanks RV Resort is a brand new RV park near Greenfield. It has concrete pads, full hookups, wifi, and a beautiful setting in the Salinas Valley. There is also a pool, fitness center, large clubhouse, small shop, dog park, and outdoor fireplace for large groups. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The location is ideal for trips into Pinnacles National Park and the Monterey peninsula. It is an excellent overnight stop for those traveling on Hwy 101 between northern and southern California. The cable TV offers local and some satellite networks, although not in HD, but that's not an issue. Some highway noise may be heard depending on your site.
Campground is very quiet, even being next to Hwy 1. The sites are fairly level gravel with a lattice fence separating each site for the pull-throughs. Other sites have no separation. Each site has a sturdy picnic table, but no shade trees. The management seems very nice during my brief encounter with them at check-in. The park is well maintained, as are the laundry and bathroom/showers. The only complaint I had with the park is that they advertise they have cable at each site when in fact there is no cable available at all. The only reception we received was via our digital antenna and we only received 4 stations, ION, ION life, Qubo, and an infomercial channel. We watched back to back episodes of Criminal Minds for three solid days. We could not pick up any other stations. The park is located just north of Bodega Bay on Hwy 1. You almost have to know where to turn when you make that last curve leaving town or you'll pass it up. We love coming to Bodega Bay when the temperatures in Sacramento are in the 100's. The coastal fog keeps the temperatures in the mid 60's. We also love the fresh oysters and clam chowder available at the local restaurants. The highway through Bodega Bay is narrow, so motor homes and large trailers may have a difficult time going through town, but go slow and you'll get through okay. There are several other RV parks in the area, but we like this one because it is sheltered from the wind and the noise from the harbor fog horn. We would stay here again if they get the cable fixed.
Camped here for one night on our way to Eureka. It appears the park has many permanent residents and limited spaces for RV'ers. The park has many shade trees which helped in the 100 degree heat. Staff was friendly and helpful in assigning a space. I would camp here again if I were driving through this area, but would not stay for an extended period.
This is a very nice RV park located along the Avenue of the Giants in the Humbolt Redwoods. The sites are paved, level and well spaced. The park is quiet even though it is next to the highway. The staff is very friendly and will assist with any problems you may encounter. The Wi-Fi is good, but intermittent at the farthest site from the tower. The only downside is the lack of cable television. Only one local channel is available using an exterior antenna. The use of satellite antenna is recommended if you have one. We enjoyed this campground very much, and the best part was picking the delicious blackberries along the fence. They were wonderful. I would definitely recommend this campground for anyone traveling the northern California coast.
Park is located in a very picturesque valley about 3 miles east of Custer. The lack of cable TV seems to be prevalent for all the parks in the area. Not sure why cable TV is not available. Only caught one station using antenna, and this was not a very good reception. The area around Custer is beautiful, especially Custer State Park. We visited Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse Memorial, Jewel Cave and traveled the Needles Highway (don't miss this drive). Custer has a lot of shops, restaurants, and anything else a tourist destination should have.
We used the campground while visiting Devils Tower and other attractions in the area. Good level sites. Very friendly staff. The park has two levels, and I recommend the upper level for best views of the area.
Campground is easy access from interstate. Very friendly staff to assist with any problems. There appears to be a high percentage of permanent tenants, but they are interspersed within the park. The turnoff to the park is difficult to find if you aren't paying attention for the sign. The Hilton has a nice grill if you prefer to eat out. I would stay here again if I'm ever in the area.
This is a very quaint little campground along the North Fork of the Kaweah River near Three Rivers. The sites are gravel but fairly level. Lori and Mona were very friendly and helpful. We had a site along the river and loved it. Some sites were a little tricky getting in and out, but all were wide enough for slide outs. The park is near the entrance to Sequoia National Park and Three Rivers has all you need for an enjoyable visit. Make sure to visit Reimer's Candies and Gifts while in Three Rivers. Wonderful home made candy. We will return to this campground in the future.
Camped here overnight in route to Grand Canyon. Very friendly staff. Easy access to Williams and the freeway. Full hookups available. You can hear freeway and train noise, but not as bad as other RV parks located closer to Williams. Would stay here again if traveling through Arizona in the future.
Park is across the highway from the lake in a well maintained campground. Lots of pine trees. Spaces were not too close together. Snowed our first night there. Staff very friendly. General store/gift shop at the lodge/restaurant. RV park office had a good selection of RV supplies. Would stay here again since it is a good base camp for day trips to Nevada and around Lake Tahoe.
This is one of the nicest RV parks I have ever stayed at. The office personnel were very friendly and helpful. The staff will empty your tanks for free when you check in and give you some chemicals for your tank. There's free popcorn and tea in the office, and free coffee in the spacious visitor center. The pool is well maintained and although there are no lifeguards, the families seem to keep their children in check. The sites are clean and well spaced. Wi-Fi was available and fast at my site (17). The park is about 3/4 of a mile from the casino and the shuttle runs about every 20 minutes. There is nothing negative I can say about this park. The casino service station has a touch less wash for your RV which is about $40, but you get a $10 coupon when you check in. The station has a well stocked store for anything you may need. We will definitely stay at this park again.