This was an amazing "city" in itself! A bit cramped as far as each space, and not much in the way of 'off street' parking when residents had visitors, but the spaces were nice, and there are a LOT of amenities. I spent a lot of time exercising in the pools, and we visited with a lot of the friendly people there. We especially liked that there were two large enclosed dog areas where our Brittany & Cavaliers (spaniels) could play with their new friends. The Wi-Fi, however, was a sore point: hot spots did not include where we were, so I had to take my laptop to their computer lab to connect - that was frustrating and inconvenient. Centrally located to a lot of activities and shopping, but not noisy. Overall, we did enjoy being there for nearly two weeks.
We stayed at WestWorld during a dog show circuit, and the proximity to the show was the draw for staying here. We stayed in the outer area, not wanting to be on asphalt, so it was a hike to the rings each day, but that's normal. The Wi-Fi was 'iffy' at best, but it was nice when it worked. The 'staff' were dog show people, volunteers, and of course were friendly to fellow dog show people! The location was great for shopping and dining out, and visiting friends in the area, but it's certainly not a destination location if not for the dog shows (or rodeo in the other area).
This is our fourth stay at Orange Grove RV Park, and we will return whenever we are in the area! Highly recommended by my parents, their attention-grabbing comment was, "Pick your own oranges!" YUM! Navel orange trees are throughout the park (hence the name), and during the season you may pick all you can personally use, they'll supply long-handled picking tools. We stopped here for two days many weeks ago while heading to Arizona (we weren't in a hurry to leave), and we're here again while on our way home to Oregon, staying 3 nights this time. We've found enough oranges still hiding in upper branches to supply us with juicy, sweet, seedless oranges to eat, or for OJ to last hopefully a few days. As for the park itself? It's clean, with nice staff and facilities, and large enough spaces for each RV. There is WiFi: a MUST for me. The orange trees are not tall enough for a lot of shade, but that wasn't a problem this time of year! There is occasional truck noise, but it's not highway noise. If you are a repeat visitor, they do offer a discount for your next stay. We had our Brittany & Cavaliers (spaniels) with us, and there is plenty of area to walk the dogs; although not having a fenced dog enclosure (in which to let the dogs run around for awhile) is the only thing keeping us from making this a "10"! I'd love to recommend that they fence in an area in one of the corners: the dog people amongst us would LOVE that!