It is a nice place with lots of higher end RVs there. There are enough families to be fun with the kids. Many open space tables to dine at, many of these are really cool "glider tables" Close to bay waterfront and on the marina. The public park surrounds this park with play structures for the kids. There are too many parties taking place in these areas surrounding the RV Park though. About 15 mins from Knott's Soak City if you want to take the kids to a water park or attend a concert as Cricket Amphitheater. Our space was really small. It was an exterior site backing up to the main entry road - not enough traffic on this road to be a concern. We will return again as it was a pretty good place with nice amenities.
This was a fantastic find. Super tidy and well kept, the owner shows a very high pride of ownership. The staff was friendly and accommodating. The location was great for a passing though stop-over which we did coming and going. Wineries nearby if you want to spend some time out wine tasting. There is also a waterpark next door with tons of fun for the kids. Pool and spa were clean and very nice, as were the rest of the grounds. The spaces were a bit on the small side but that is because this RV Park was built on some premium land. The crowds were good there too with many groups camping / family reunion activity. There are tandem front to back pull throughs where four RVs could all occupy the same common grass area between them all. They have both DG and concrete sites available at different prices. As for the other reviews worried about getting nickle and dimed for every extra person / dog etc. so be it: dogs make messes and more people use the facility so if you show up with ten persons in your RV you should pay more! Good Job Roger and keep up the good work! We will see you again soon We will definitely stay here again.
Great place to stay. They have added a new section for added RV areas New Space Count = 42 as of early 2009. There are stocked lakes and a swimming lagoon. Great pavement for the kids bikes and skateboards. Located at the base of the Big Bear mountains give dramatic views. Good hiking - watch for poison oak though and careful where you walk. Lots of grass areas. Super bright lights on the bathroom / shower facilities are a bummer at night. We will be back again.
Some spots are dirt. Lots of oak trees and shade in some areas. Some green grass on Chardonay Mesa. In October during the week it was very quiet so getting a space not a problem. We even had a lake glimpse from out site. I had camped here 20+ years ago. It is a bit worn around the edges and I would have thought it was going to be a bit nicer but nothing was terrible. Easy access and side roads make getting your RV in and out a snap. The say they have a playground but NO. It has been gone for years. Fun bike riding around the place - its big and hilly. We will be back.
This place is pretty worn out. It could use some attention but I guess it is the desert. There is a big pool, a covered baby pool and three (or four) pools of verying temperatures which were nice. There is a big pond full of fish you can feed - it was great for the kids - but not fishing allowed. There are a lot of permanent residents on side of the project. The spaces for regular rental each have a concrete pad and is just dirt otherwise. There is a *very* small playground that consists of a swing and a very small climbing gym. I will likely take a pass on staying here again - its just not our style.
Great lakefront spots. Fish from your rig if you want. Boating rental access for all types of boats right there on site. We rented a pontoon boat that could hold 16 people for $60/hr. There is a Small playground with a couple swings and some beat up golf carts. This was end of season so it was pretty quiet. Just a long walk or short bicycle ride to Big Bear Village which was nice. We like to ride bikes with our kids in child seats on the back. The scenery on the horizon was fantastic but up close the campground is a bit weathered and dated but perfectly acceptable. They have just installed 1" rock in most of the campsites that it layed over landscape cloth so you are not right on the dirt. We will be back to stay again.
Cute and rustic. Mostly dirt sites unless you camp on the 'meadow' only available on the weekends. They water it during the week. We camped in the meadow. 20 Amp service only here. It was great for the kids with the pond, grassy area, animal and the small playground. We had a great time and the people here were fantastic. A word of note is that there are lots of trees making access tough. I was given (by mistake) a camping spot that never should have had a trailer in it, or a motorhome, etc. Too many branches in the way made for a frustrating mess parking in the dark only to find out I never should have been given that site in the beginning. Thankfully there was a cancellation and there was a spot I could get into. It was *very* tight too. The rec room, etc., is pretty run down and sees very little use, but we camp to be out of doors anyway. All in all a great place to take the kids with really nice people who work here.