As stated in other reviews, this is an older RV park with about 1,000 park models. RV sites are squeezed between park models into very tight spaces. RVs are parked on gravel with paved pads adjacent for cars. Park model next to us is less than 2 feet from my slideout. Some hook-ups are ancient and scary looking. Our water pressure is weak, there's no cable but you can call to have it connected, and the 50 amp breaker needed a lot of prodding to stay on. There is an excellent schedule of activities here and many active winter residents to provide fellowship. Suspect we might have been given a better site had we booked for the winter.
Very fine resort just off San Diego Bay. Good sized pads with good spacing between lots. Level sites with modern hook-ups. Clean, friendly, great landscaping, good camp store, nice staff. The resort is a little south of all the San Diego attractions but the proximity to the bay makes up for the extra driving distances. We'd stay here again.
Way over rated, way over priced! Unbelievable that this place gets so much hype and it's a bunch of tiny dirt lots, squeezed next to a noisy highway, on an approach to John Wayne airport, along on a stagnant back water bay. Reception and registration was an assembly line with the staff hardly acknowledging you. The site is barely wide enough to get the slides out and not level. This place is testimony to the power of advertising. I believed the ads and the Trailer Life rating saying this was a great place but it isn't. Don't believe the hype.
Nothing special here. Good level pads with new posts and hook-ups. We had no contact with manager as they were away in Hawaii. A seasonal camper booked us in and helped us back in to our site. Very tight with barely room to get the awning out. Wi-Fi didn't reach down to our rig and cable TV is limited to 16 channels, some of questionable quality. Lots of truck noise from nearby Rte 1. Saving grace is the location which is to die for. Right off the beach within easy drive to Monterey and Carmel. Funky little town. It's clean and it's convenient but at this price, it's an expensive parking lot.
An older campground with good basic services. Desireable campsites in the redwoods are for smaller RVs. We camped in a 40' motorhome out in the open area. The trees are stunning but it was much warmer and brighter out in the sun. We got a 30amp hook-up and didn't ask if they had 50amp. Average water pressure. Lots of channels on the cable. Excellent Wi-Fi that probably works better in the open than in the woods. Sites are a little close together but very level. Some tight turns getting into the site. Everything in good order. Quiet. Convenient to Redwood N.P. headquarters but a long way from the tallest groves.
Sites are a little close together and not as level as we'd like. Even with blocks, we weren't able to level out the coach without lifting wheels off the ground. Not all posts had 50 amp but it doesn't get too hot or too cold here so not an issue. Good water pressure and taste. Most sites are very shaded limiting dish use. Good basic cable, though. Good storage facility if that's a consideration. Almost 35 miles from Golden Gate and 30 miles from Napa but traffic moves pretty well here outside rush hours on freeway. Nice people. Very busy place - would recommend reservations.
Somebody knew what they were doing when they built this park. Level sites with brand new hook-ups, good spacing between sites with enough room for our coach and car, sparkling clean pool and hot tub, tasteful and complete camper store, professional and courteous staff - all in a peaceful setting next to the river. It's about 12 miles off the interstate and 10 miles from Zion N.P. but that made it feel quieter. This was one of our best stops.