The park's web site oversells the park. Mostly rock and dirt; permanents have the few grassy spots. Wi-Fi unacceptably slow. Laundry nice. Bathrooms clean. Should have adult swim times. Mostly all permanent residents. Staff nice to me, rude to my wife. Rather disappointed in park. Unlikely to return.
I had to wait the 90 days to admit I made a factual mistake in my review of my March stay. I had said that the park charged me more for 6 days than 7 and I gave them a 1. It turns out, I forgot that I had bought a lot of propane on my credit card and that's what the extra charge was. So, my wife and I loved the place, the people were very nice, the laundry and bathrooms were clean and the oranges were still in season. We would most certainly stay here again and I admit I made a mistake and regret my error.
The lakefront sites are all taken by seasonals. There are spots with sewer for $2 more a night. Also, you need a lake pass to camp here, I think ours was just a few dollars. We were close to the lake and most all the spots are. Quiet during the week but busy on the weekend. Only lake in area for jet skis and such. Enough of a grocery in town. Sheriff's have dedicated seasonal patrol, though I hardly saw them in the 5 days we were here. My wife really loved it here and we'll be back for a much longer stay. Monthly is $250 plus power.
Pull through sites about 43 feet long. Laundry $2.50 wash. Traffic and train noise. No on site staff. Nice layover for a few days of exploring the Scotts Bluff area of Nebraska. Property going to auction block end of June 2014, a phone call may be in order to see if they're still in business.
I agree with the last few campers. The staff is very nice. We stayed for a month. Close to Flying J with the cheapest gasoline and easiest RV access. Right off I-90, but not much traffic noise. Not family oriented. No facilities at all. Laundry in town was $3 a load. May not stay here next time we're in Rapid City. And, we use Americas Mailbox as our forwarding service, of which they do a good job.
I'd say 8.5. Clean bathrooms and laundry, though the wash was $2. Didn't check cable, but the rest worked. Come stocked with provisions if you're staying for a few days. White Lake is a very small town. Will stay again.
Only the spots closest to US-81 are long enough for the larger rigs. 7 days free. We put something in the donation box. Dump and fresh water in driveway. Nice place for a few days of rest and sightseeing. Traffic noisy.
Just off exit 51. Grass spots, everything worked, nice young gal came by for payment. Another camper told me that the phone doesn't really get answered. Park is just east off I-35, you can see it from the northbound lanes.
I agree with the other campers. Quiet, large site, no laundry or anything. Grassy site that the dog liked. Not well marked, look for the red dirt driveway after the two churches. We liked the place and will stay again
Snooty people upset my wife. Unless you golf, you may be in the wrong place. Pedestal caught fire. Park very interested in what we did to cause it. Hookups way in back. Spots are three cars wide with concrete pad. Rate based on weekly price. We probably won't stay here again.
PA for minimum 3 nights. Everything nice about park. Owner and staff top notch. Fairly desolate, come fully stocked. Swim spa nice. Very clean bathroom and laundry. Most spacious spots I've ever seen. We'll definitely be back.
End site with great views. All grass camp area. Weekly and monthly rates excellent. Bumpy interior roads. Passably clean restrooms. Odd dump station, honey wagon weekly. Next year we'll stay for a month.
My wife really likes the place. The beach and lagoon at the Avi is top notch. The regular spaces are narrow and on top of each other. Your neighbors will be real cozy. Casino not as smoke filled as the last few times I was there. Spotless bathrooms and huge, clean laundry. Staff very nice.
Value priced for full hookups. Not a traditional layout. Friendly owners. Expensive laundry. Excellent pool, spring fed and naturally warm. No cell service at all. Wi-Fi barely worked, a bit. Quiet base for Death Valley. Will stay again.
Everything about the park was wonderful. We paid for a week and only stayed 6 days. The park charged my card an additional $49 for the amount of 6 individual days in comparison to staying a week, which is cheaper than 6 individual days. That sours me on ever going back which is a shame.
Location is the only reason to stay here. Gravel and odd hookups in the very back. $6 per night for the trailer, overflow moved to near the sat wagering. Cozy spots. Seemingly a lot of people pay the daily rate all month to stay. Would stay again, but only for location.
Acceptable overnighter. 6 of 8 nights were on PA, other two on GS. Good value with PA. Pull-through spots not level. Gravel between pull-throughs. Can see but not really hear I-5. Road in front of park has heavy daytime truck traffic. Mexican place across street not good. Within a mile of Walmart and Walgreens etc. Some parking and storage rules don't apply to long term stays. Wouldn't pay rack rate, but would stay again. Bathrooms very clean.
Spotless everywhere. Nightly rate calculated from weekly rate. I wasn't clear that we wanted a space along the freeway side, which is $130 a week cheaper. WiFi good for email and surfing, not streaming. Staff nice. Hot tub very nice. Truck stop across highway has great breakfasts.
Couldn't come up with one bad thing about the park. Rack rate is steep, but you do get to see and smell the ocean. Restrooms and laundry spotless. Maybe the wash ($2.25) and ice ($2.97) could have been cheaper. Excellent heated pool and hot spa. Staff very nice. Our price ($45 a night, max 5 days) was the winter special, which we fully paid for last August. If money was not an issue, we would stay here again. Excellent place to start out full time life
Best place in area. Everything clean. Staff very nice. Good price on propane. Trees starting to grow, shade in a few spots. No cable and gravel pad a little cheaper than concrete pad and cable TV. Though on US-95, not much truck noise. Will stay again.
Excellent stop. Great value. Owner checked us in and couldn't be nicer. $1 wash and dry in clean laundry. 50 amp in open lot, 30 amp in shade. Nice shade, and still got Sirius. Plenty to see for a few days. Loved park. Will certainly be back.
Rate includes daily fee. Spacious sites with shade. Dump hole covered with grate and not cap. Saw ranger multiple times a day. Hotspot worked. There is pay Wi-Fi available. Park closer to Independence than Elk City. Will stay again next year.
Great value. Clean restrooms and shower. Ice and firewood sold at gate. Spacious sites with room for kids to play. Ranger patrolled. Swim beach 10 minutes away in car. Stayed 8 days, will stay longer next year. This is not a RV park, but camping. 4 hole dump station.
Nice park. Level sites with concrete patio. No picnic table. Expensive. Didn't use any of the facilities as we only overnighted. Staff very nice. Use a water pressure regulator as the pressure blew the head off my toilet sprayer. Will stay again.
Off I-80 in town. Some mild train noise. Water not at every site, nor a picnic table. Spaces not marked well, if at all. But for $15, we were very happy to stay in this pretty city run park and we would certainly stay here again
River rock sites with concrete strip to park on. No dust during windy days. Staff is very nice. Pool and spa are covered with roof. Bathrooms are clean but hot and humid. Close to all shopping. Much closer to Carson City than to Minden. Wi-Fi spotty, got better reception on phone hot spot. Some traffic noise. We will stay here again.
Spotlessly clean bathrooms and laundry. Nice staff adjusted our stay a day without issue. Rack rate is excessive, but they take Passport America and Good Sam. Slight highway noise. Poor Wi-Fi is my only real complaint. Ice plant between sites gives park a different look. Best dog run ever. Flying J across highway geared for RV use. Grocery and Wal-Mart within 10 minutes of park. Hookups to rear of space, but didn't have to unhook cargo trailer to hook up. Great home base for Delta, Stockton and Sacramento sightseeing. Will stay again
Still every bit as nice as the last time we stayed here. Laundry is not free anymore, costs a dollar each for wash and dry. Casino is going through major makeover, is very nice inside. Could use some shade, trees are not growing in very well. Besides that, this is one of the nicest parks I've ever stayed in.
Hardly any freeway noise. Very nice people. Clean restrooms/showers. Big laundry. Hot hot tub. Great food deals in the Sierra Cafe, join the players club. We plan on staying here again next year. Had deer wander right by campsite one night at dusk. A top place to stay.
Park is not on the beaten path. Narrow levee road that you need to drive slow on to get to park. People are really nice, owners live on site and are actively involved in care of park. Interior roads and pads are all interlocking paving bricks that are really nice. Spots spacious. Have stayed twice this year and will go back. The few cons are: no laundry, no cable. Rio Vista is 11 miles away. Oakley is closer but requires using the toll bridge to get back to camp.
Top dollar. Nice people. Everything worked and the bathrooms were spotless. Not much choice for a full service campground between Ft. Bragg and Bodega Bay. Small casino within 10 minutes with good food and nice people. There's no direct way to get here, but if I were staying for more than a day or two, I'd stay here again
Nothing fancy but everything worked. The staff was very nice. Wi-Fi free but a bit slow. Mild freeway noise when outside, nothing you don't block out and we couldn't hear it inside. Closest grocery in Los Banos, about 8 miles. Gas and fast food plentiful in Santa Nella. We would stay here again.
A little muddy in winter. Office closes at 5. Very nice staff, made us feel welcome. Only a few cable channels. Walking distance to Columbia State Park. Saw deer more than once from our campsite. Would stay here again.
To correct two errors. There is a dump, its on the way in/out on the river side of the road by the yellow/orange dumpster. Its not marked at all. And, the showers do not take quarters, they're free. I just camped here for 6 days and it was real quiet and not windy at all. Spring and Fall tend to not have as much wind (or "Delta Breeze) as the summer does.
As good as it gets. Nice in every way. Strong wifi. Clean and new. Discounted rate when you join the slot club. 24 hour shuttle. Two hot tubs and heated pool. Free laundry. Yep, free. Can't say enough nice things about this place. I'll certainly be back.
Friendly staff. Nice pool. Everything was clean and worked. Lots of shade, may be a problem for dish users. Cable TV was a bit lacking in channel selection. Quiet but close to gas and stores. We will stay here again.
The "lake" was more of a pond, but still scenic. The sites had a cable TV outlet but no working cable. Everything else worked fine. We didn't check out the bath house but thought the park was nice. It's more camping than rving. There was road noise on side of park closer to highway. We would stay here again.
Not a bad place to camp to see the National Parks. The price is a bit on the high side. Only 14 channels on the cable tv. Staff was nice and the place was clean. Industrial Visalia is expanding close to the campground but I didn't find it a deal breaker. We would probably stay here again when revisiting the parks.
Except for the spotty cable reception and the lack of a picnic table, this place is top dog and worth a stay. The on site restaurant is nice and they have a small internet cafe if you didn't bring your laptop. The hot tub was nice and the shower/bathroom was clean and really nice. The next time we're out this way we will be staying here again.
About as good as it gets. The construction noise on the east side of the park was hardly noticable. Everything worked and the facilities were clean, as usual. We've stayed here each of the 4 years we've been RV'ing and have been happy every time, though they charge top dollar, its worth it.
Just a spacious place to park. Restrooms clean but no park that charges this much should be lacking wifi and cable tv. The Nugget in Sparks has banned boondocking and we were left wanting for a spot. This is not our first choice, they charge too much for what you get.
Good family park with horseshoes, tetherball, volleyball and badminton. The pool was only open one of the three days we were there. Daily newspaper comes to the office. Mostly gravel spots with a little grass. Very shady for the most part, sat users may have a problem. About 12 channels on the cable TV. Walking distance to Columbia State Park. We liked the park and will be back.
I agree with the above poster. I got a pull through site and it was level. I saw other campers swimming at the Resort pool though we didn't. You can only camp here for 14 days each year, so its not a place to winter. Be sure to come fully supplied, the closest full grocery is in Parumph.
Just south of Rio Vista on the Sacramento River. All sites pull through. Large sites not bunched up. Some with view of river. $7 extra per car. Day use area attached, as well as boat launch. Ranger patrolled. 30 amp only. Fire pits. Quiet. Worth a stop, though it isn't a resort.