Spacious sites and very quiet. Rangers are strict about making sure food is placed in bear boxes. The bear boxes are large. Restrooms were clean and it was about a 15 drive into Lodgepole for showers and laundry.
We camped in site 16 on loop A. You basically share the area with sites 14 and 18. As a result we made friends with our neighbors and shared meals together. The rangers are very friendly and the bathrooms were clean. We could see and hear the creek from our site but we were not on the creek side. It is a hour drive into Yosemite Valley but there is a small grocery mart just a few minutes down the road at the Wawona hotel. There is a golf course there too. I would have given it a 10 if there were showers. Closest showers are at Housekeeping camp or Curry Village. We would definitely camp here again if we go back to Yosemite. We loved that it was not in the hustle and bustle of the valley.
Great state campground. The sites have water and electric but no sewer. The restrooms and showers were very clean despite a full campground. The beach is one block (or a 5 minute slow walk) down city streets. Autos are allowed on the beach> Your auto gets a permit with camping at this state park. It is not a beach for hanging out but more for four wheel drive vehicles. The park rangers are great and very protective of the wildlife in the park. The only pitfall is the site we had was under an eucalyptus tree and dropped sap and other things all over our trailer. We would definitely camp here again if in the greater San Luis Obispo area.
This park is located very close to Avila Beach which is a great beach for kids. The park has a large bathroom/shower/laundry building. The washer/dryer cost per load was posted on the door, but it was not accurate and cost $.25 more. Had to go back to the site and get more money. The women's bathroom and showers did not appear to be cleaned during our two night stay. Only two of the six stall doors to the toilet stalls closed, so only two functioning stalls. The back-in sites are very close and our tail end was only a hand's width from the other tail end of our neighbor. Sites are gravel. The cable was fuzzy so could not use to watch the Olympics. Daughter was very disappointed. The pool and the spa were very nice and were the best feature of the whole campground. We did not experience any issues with freeway noise. We would not camp here again unless there was nothing at any of the greater SLO state parks.
There are nice, large sites. The laundry facilities were okay but two of the washing machines overflowed (we didn't put that much in) making the laundry room floor a giant puddle. The bathrooms were full of bugs but I guess to be expected based on the area but otherwise clean. The showers were okay but need to be updated and cleaned more than once a day since the campground was full. They have a small restaurant on the property.
This was the nicest park we stayed in on our two week vacation. The sites were gravel but level. Most of the sites had large trees. The laundry facilities, restrooms, and showers were exceptionally clean and looked fairly new. The staff was friendly and helpful. We were only here one night but wished we could have stayed a week.
Our site was level. There was only room for our trailer and then the tow vehicle parked next to the trailer. It was very cramped. The picnic table was on a hill which made it difficult to sit on. the restaurants and gift stores were convenient. There was a bear roaming in the campground (we never saw it) so we were warned multiple times by park service staff to make sure all food/odors were in our tow vehicle. The rangers did patrol the park through the night to watch for bears. The showers are in a shower house with the laundry facility and run about $3.25 a shower with unlimited amount of water. The restrooms lacked soap all three days/nights we were there. We did not have Verizon service at all in the area. All the sites were shaded with pine trees.
Rate reflects a water/electric site with an additional person. This is a very nice park. There are a lot of mature trees. There are also tent sites available. The laundry facilities were clean. The restrooms and showers were exceptional. Everything looked brand new and were very clean. The staff was friendly and helpful. They even escorted us to our site and helped us back in. This park is right outside the entrance to Mesa Verde.
A very beautiful park in the Denver area. We stayed here while visiting some family in Aurora. The pads are all concrete which was really nice because it was raining. The restrooms were large and clean. The showers were coin operated, $.50 for 3 minutes and $.25 for each additional minute. My only complaint is that there was no soap in the restroom. Everything was handicap accessible even though we were not at a handicap site. There is an additional fee when entering the park.
Rate reflects water/electric site only with an additional person. It is a beautiful facility with very large sites. We were there right before the Sturgis Rally and it was very quiet. Bathrooms/showers were very nice and clean. Laundry facilities were excellent. The staff was friendly. The pool is large.
Nice campground with friendly hosts to answer questions. There are tall trees and it's only about 1 mile outside of town. They have warm showers and flush toilets. Showers were $2 for six minutes. A little noisy since it was right off of the freeway. We would definitely camp here again. It might be a little tight for a large RV.
This is a really nice RV park in a small town. There are some permanent residents, but many come here for vacations. Everyone (especially the permanent residents) were very friendly and helpful. This was our first time in our new tent trailer, and one of the residents helped us set up. We felt very welcome. It was very quiet and peaceful despite the sites being a little close to each other. The bathrooms are very clean (even for a busy Memorial Day weekend), and the showers are cleaned after each person. There is a small pool and hot tub which was also very clean. The grounds are well maintained, and they pick up your trash every morning. The laundry room was clean, and I was comfortable doing all my laundry there. You don't even need quarters as they have a card they issue with however much you want to put on the card. This RV park is my first pick for the greater Sedona area and there is a lot to do near Camp Verde. We will definitely come here again when we return to the Sedona area.