Some sites were really unlevel. A very undeveloped campground (Upper Pines was much better!!!). The staff was not very friendly. Of course there are no hookups and there is no general dump. There is near a river. By the way, if you want to visit the Sequoias go to Sequoia National Park directly.
No hookups, leveled and big site (we had the number 34). There is a general dump station. Friendly volunteer staff. $10 with the National Parks Annual pass. You must keep the food in cabinets and freezer. The Bear-Lockers are not necessary with RV.
There are bad things: -Too many long-term residents with old equipment. -Sites (including the large ones) are small, without the space for a car. But, on the other hand: -Great views of the ocean. -Friendly Staff. -Leveled sites. -Clean Restrooms, excellent laundry. -Fast wireless internet, but 5$ daily with "tengointernet". -Going to San Francisco is easy, rapid and cheap in Public Transport -a taxi to Daly city about $10 and the BART to San Francisco 5$/per-. And 10 minutes in car. Conclusion: -The best place to visit San Francisco.