Very busy campground in the summer months. Noise levels are high very late into the night. We camped across from a family who constantly worked on their cars and screamed at the top of their lungs at their young children. They also had several visitors throughout the long weekend, sometimes there would be as many as 40 people & kids on their campsite. The restrooms need updating and the toilets were often clogged. A lot of people "cruise" the campground, so there is constantly traffic in front of your site which makes it dangerous for children to ride their bikes. They do have nice hiking trails that are well marked. The sites are an "ok" size, but there is not much privacy. There is a nice sized beach for swimming and a small splash pool for young children, but the splash pool was often overrun with older children/teens. We would not stay at this campground again, though it would be ideal for large groups who don't mind all of the noise.
Made our reservations a few days in advance and explained that we would be camping in a tent. Arrived and were checked in quickly. However, our site was so small we couldn't even fit our tent on it, not to mention there was no grass, just a concrete slab and stones. Returned to office and after being shuffled around for nearly an hour, were finally given a campsite that had some grass. We had requested to be near the playground, since we have 4 children, but were told the sites were already taken (though they were empty). We asked how that was possible, since we were unable to reserve a specific site when we called, but were told "that's just how it is". We considered a no-hookup tent site, but quickly changed our minds when we checked it out and saw that it backed up to a VERY smelly swamp. Campground is located next to a busy freeway, so you do hear loud truck and traffic noises constantly. However, the playground was very nice, the pool was clean and a good size. I would not recommend camping here in a tent or if you want privacy, as the sites are small and close together, but it is a fun place if you have children as there are lots of activities for them and it feels very family friendly.
We have camped at this campground several times, but only in "off" seasons (early spring or very late fall/early winter). Our sites are always beautiful, with loads of big trees and lots of privacy. The sites are a good size and good distance apart with lots of foliage in between. The roads are well-kept. Everything is VERY basic, but it's very pretty with plenty of hiking trails. There is a lake, with a swimming beach that is nice. The only thing that could be a little nicer are the restrooms, they need some updating. They're not really dirty (at least not with human dirt), mostly cobwebs, dead bugs, etc. And they're not heated, which isn't not a lot of fun when it's cold outside!
We were pretty disappointed by this campground. We rented the KOA Lodge (they only had one) and for the price ($145USD per night), we were expecting something fairly nice. What we found was what could have been a nice camping cabin, but it was placed in the most undesirable spot in the entire campground. It was sandwiched in between two other pull-through sites, which were VERY close. The lodge is at the bottom of a hill that apparently houses long-term or live-in campers, who's sites were cluttered and ugly, sort of like a trailer park. Our site had only 1 small tree, no privacy (the live-in people next door spent the entire first day staring at us). The roads were unpaved, the pool was closed until late in the 3rd day of our stay. The camp store couldn't have been further away, so we only shopped there once. The worst part was the cabin we rented. It was FILTHY with hairs all over the bathroom (shower & sink), the floors looked like they hadn't been swept in ages and the mattress' on the beds/bunks were possibly the worst we've ever slept on. I realize this is camping, but we have 4 young children so we paid the extra money to stay in a cabin, rather than a tent, as we had planned other activities (thank goodness) away from the campground. With the pool being closed, there was nothing for the kids to do. They couldn't scooter as the roads are very rough and rocky, the playground is tiny, though they did like the jumping pillow. Overall, I would not recommend this park unless you're just parking it for overnight. This could be a nice campground, but it is very run-down, unorganized with very few nice camping sites.