Oceanside is just what we had hoped for and I have to echo what was said in the April review. Yes, the roads and sites are gravel but we prefer not to camp in a parking lot atmosphere or a WalMart. No problem for big rigs with huge pull-through sites and our 40' 5ver and TV had plenty of room in a back-in level site close to one of the beach access paths. WI-Fi is fast, cable TV is adequate (didn't even bother to hook up our SAT). 50 amp is strong and water pressure is fine. Restrooms are clean and up to date. We prefer showering at home so did not use the showers. Park staff is friendly/helpful. The facilities are clean and well kept so I am not sure what the few complaints are about but to each his/her own. Next time back in the area we will stay here again and certainly will tell others.
What a surprise! Some have told us: "it's just a CG in the middle of an orange grove." Well one could say that and they are right. Very nice place with orange trees at every site, and the oranges are juicy and delicious. We were planning on staying 2 nights but liked this park and area so much we stayed for 5. Amenities include spotlessly clean restroom and shower facilities, large laundry rooms, fully equipped gym, outdoor pool, entertainment and billiards room, and free Wi-Fi site-wide. They have whatever you want and need in an RV park and resort, as well as beautiful grounds. A 40-acre orchard in Bakersfield where you can park your rig between row after row of beautiful orange trees. Pull through spaces are 65' and 90' long plus extra wide, which makes coming and going a breeze. Pull right in, pick an orange and enjoy. Evidently others know about this 'just an orange grove' as the snowbirds heading North were making this a 'stop' in their journey home. We will return.
Upscale Park that we stayed at for 3 nights. Office Staff was hard to find if needed, but the amenities of the Park make you forget that. Pool area was excellent and there are many amenities for people to enjoy including Tennis Courts, Shuffleboard Courts, Billiards Room, Fitness Center & Wellness Program, Massage Therapist/Aesthetician, Putting Green, Jewelry Studio and much more. We just were not here long enough to do many. Sites were gravel, ours new gravel and loose, with huge concrete pad. Everything seemed fresh and new which means great upkeep and care. Laundry was top notch with some high capacity commercial washers and dryers, which means more clothes in one washer/dryer hence saving some $quarters. If you are going through the Yuma area, check it out.
WOW. Just WOW!!! What a great site (#27) we had for one of the most spectacular place we have visited so far. Beautiful! Waking up to snow one morning only added to the beauty. No trains, planes or other noises you may hear at the commercial Parks. Although not far from 'town' you'd never know it. The view of the Superstition Mountains was just awesome. One of the better State Parks we have visited. Definitely will be back when in the area.
We stopped here for one night after driving up from Tucson, before going into Lost Dutchman State Park. Very friendly staff and seemed to have a lot going on for the long term RVers. Many snowbirds. Sites are nice size and hookups in good position at the back of the site. Wish we could offer more but again, were only here for one night.
Little pricey but you pay for what you get: and that is a top shelf Park! Very upscale with everything one would expect. Friendly staff, nice sites with great hookups. Pool and jacuzzi area were very relaxing and enjoyable. Laundry facilities were clean and excellent. You do hear the trains, and are close by to 2 airports and the military jets seem to be always up and doing their thing. Being an former aviator this was not a problem, but could be for others. The gem show (one reason we were here) was going on in Tucson and many event places were close by. Visited Pima Air Museum, Old Tucson Studios and the usual tourist sites. Anything needed was not far away. Would visit again.
Price reflects weekly rate. One of our favorites on this trip! Stayed 2 weeks. Great amenities and things to do. Sites are spacious, 40’ x 80’ pull-throughs and the views are gorgeous. Out in the desert with the closest towns 9 or 10 miles to the East and West. Nothing behind our site but breathtaking views of the awe-inspiring mountain vistas and desert landscape. Actually there are mountain views in all directions. At 4,000' feet the temps have still been in the mid to upper 70's during the day and 30's at night. With no city lights around the night sky is lit up with stars and right now, a half moon. Many activities including indoor swimming (with aerobics if you want), a craft day and much more. Friday nights they had jam sessions in the clubhouse which has a great turnout and was fun. Saturday mornings they serve breakfast at the clubhouse where they had pancakes and waffles, scrambled eggs, sausage, excellent bacon, biscuits and gravy, toast, coffee, fruit and assorted juices. Lot of history in the area including of course Tombstone. Other we visited were Bisbee, the U.S Army post at Fort Huachuca, Katchner Caverns State Park, Benson and a few more. In the Clubhouse the day before we left the Border Patrol was a guest of the Park and gave a very interesting and informative presentation. All in all again one of the places we enjoyed the most, and will consider longer stays in the future.
Price reflects weekly rate. We very much enjoyed De Anza. Very clean and well maintained. The gravel on our back in site was a little soft, but that was because it was fresh, it could be packed down. Many great amenities including water aerobics that the wife attended. Great food in the restaurant. The Friday we were here, they served over 175 people. We had to have the fish. Some locals eat here which says a lot about the food they offer. Park is close to Tubac and other touristy places one may want to visit. Close enough to Nogales for easy day trips, if you want to go into Mexico. When down this way again this is where we will stay.
We were here for 2 weeks and had a weekly rate $230. Very clean and well kept RV Park. Wi-Fi could have been better, but not a big concern. Verizon strong. Restaurant on site was very good for a change of pace from cooking at the rig. As others have said, pet friendly with easy access to the desert and BLM land for off leash times. If/when you need to shop for groceries, the closest place is Quartzsite about 11 miles West. We would stay here again if in the area, but 2 weeks was a little long. But it was over Christmas and New Years.
A jewel on hwy 395. We have been by Meadowcliff numerous times in our travels, to further away places from our home base in Reno and thought we would give it a try over Labor Day 2012. Now we are sorry we didn't try it earlier!! Great CG with generous size sites even for our 40' 5th wheel. Friendly helpful staff, gorgeous view of the valley and mountains to the East, and right out our door we looked directly into a western mountain of the Sierra's. We will definitely be back!!