I agree with the previous reviewers. Nice, quiet, wooded campground. Simple and decent. My only complaint is the occasional low voltage at the campsites. It would vary widely from 120w to below 104, if I was running my AC. I've stay at this KOA before and noticed the same problem at another site. As long as your semi-conserved about your power use it shouldn't be a problem. I use a "DISH Tailgater" Satellite system for TV reception and was able to receive partial satellite coverage at site 09. Sites 04 & 52 "looked" like additional possibilities.
This is an excellent county park! Well maintained and operated. Three different camp hosts are on site and very helpful. No need for a satellite dish as over 70 cable SD channels are available via Time Warner. A terrific walking loop trail is adjacent to the campground for dogs and their people. The only drawback to the campground is that a number of the sites are moderately to intensely sloped (front to back). I did a walk through and rated the sites from level to moderate to just plain "try to avoid". Level sites: 1,2,3,10-23, and 38-43. Moderate: 4,8,9 and 44. Avoid: 24-37 these sites will take a lot of work to level out your unit. Additional, don't expect too much from the bathroom/showers. While the rest of the park has been nicely updated, surprisingly they missed the bath house. Tent campers and motorcycles are not allowed. Overall, I would definitely stay at this park again.
Arrived for our 2 day stay at site 96 (Saturday & Sunday). The power pole wasn't working. The picnic table in the middle of the RV parking site should have been a clue. Went back to the check-in station and asked to be moved. The head person said that because it was Saturday she couldn't move us, but she would send someone over from maintance to look at it. After 40 minutes no one showed, so we went back to the office to complain, but the office had closed. We ended up staying at a hotel. It looked like a few other sites may have had problems, i.e. the picnic table blocking the site. Be careful when picking your site because the registration office and maintance don't seem to be talking to each other.
The Pluses. This park has friendly staff and is nicely maintained. Good Wi-Fi. Good AT&T 3G-4bars. Good basic cable TV with 31 channels. Minuses. Has tightly placed back-in sites fronting river. (101-128). Pull-through sites offered much better spacing. Some noise from occasional freight trains. Hookups were oddly placed towards the front left of the site. Monthly rental to full-time residents. Recommendations: I would ask for a pull through site more towards the middle or south of the park, away from the river. I would stay here again, just in a different area.
A decent RV wilderness park. It’s not posh, but it is a good, rural, “state parkish” type RV location. I stayed here for a couple of nights in May 2011. The Park was upgrading its RV sites as well as adding additional visual grounds improvements. The host was helpful and friendly. Pluses: You’re in Napa. Good Hiking, horse friendly. Good Value. ~$30/night. Minuses: Bathroom/Showers needed upgrading. RV sites are a bit too close to each other.