This was our first trip with our new travel trailer. The park was very clean and well taken care of. The pool and spa were in good condition. Located right next to the marina and a walking path along the water. Good for short bike rides, the path ends a short way north of the RV park. Overall we really enjoyed this park. The only negative is no camp fires. Not even if you have a portable fire pit. We were told the reason they did not allow campfires was due to the smoke,really??? Who camps and doesn't have campfires??? It was a combination of the really high dollar motorhomes who didn't want smoke going in them and the older people with medical issues. So the kids didn't get to roast marshmallows.
We are new to RV camping and Pinezanita was our second trip. On there web site it says they have full hook ups, but didn't know this was only for full timers (another issue that we are learning about). We got a electric ans water hook up. A lot of this park is full timers, so you it looks like you drive through a mobile home park before you get to the RV park. The site we had was nice, next to an large open wooded area, great for the kids. Once I detached my truck and strategically parked it to block the view of the old fifth wheel that looks like it was parked there since the dawn on man, it wasn't to bad. The Julian area is beautiful and the park was very peaceful. The pond was not the prettiest, but kids still had fun "trying" to catch fish. The roads up to Julian are a little tricky, but good practice for us newer people pulling trailers.