Clean and well run. It is part of a gated gated community and you have to wait for a security guard to escort you to your site. A "resort" fee of $3. is added to the bill even though we were overnighters and had no intention of using any facilities. My husband and I were each issued an ID badge that had to be worn when we went out for our nightly stroll in case a security guard stopped us. The campground is just dirt with a concrete pad for the picnic table. There are rules on how your RV has to be aligned with the concrete pad. Not a place I would choose again.
Typically fabulous National Park campground. Our site did require some leveling. RV dump and water are available in the campground. Many beautiful Joshua trees and junipers. Flush toilets but no showers.
Good quiet park for an overnight stop. The treeless pull-through sites are behind the main campground and do not have sewer hookups, although there is a convenient RV dump. Wi-Fi was available at the office but I could never get a strong enough signal to log on.
We stayed here 11 days. Very pleasant and exceptionally quiet park. Sites are divided by high bushes for privacy. The Carmel River runs right behind the park. The owner (staff?) was very helpful to us in getting our rig backed into the site.
A very pretty campground next to a small river. Well cared for. Our only complaint is that it is next to Hwy 99, which has a huge amount of traffic, and a railroad also runs close by. This was very noisy at night.