Not impressed by this park. Our site was not very well shaded, rather dusty and had not been cleaned from the previous occupants. The dog walk area (although large and doggy bags were available) was covered in dog waste. Road noise from adjacent Highway 395 was very disturbing at night. We would not stay here again.
Very clean and well maintained Park. Our site (#30) was in the Duck loop and the site was roomy, paved and level but did not have any shade. I believe the best site in Duck loop would be site #27 which has a large shade tree adjacent to the site and also has a terrific view of the lake (according to the Camp Host this is a very popular site!). Plenty to do; fishing, boating, bike riding, hiking, lake swimming or just relaxing. The only negative to our visit was that our RV (inside and out), clothes and dogs were soon covered in the fine powdery dust as mentioned by a previous reviewer. We would stay here again.
Limited number of sites with TV cable, water and electricity. The remaining RV sites have electricity and water only. Most of the sites are shaded with lots of grass throughout the park. There is a small store and cafe on site. Although the park is adjacent to Highway 395, road noise did not bother us. All in all this is a nice park with easy access to Highway 395 and convenient to downtown Bishop. The only negative we found was the $5.00 charge to use the dump station (non-guest dump charge was $12.00). We would stay here again if in the area.
A very green and shady park with large sites spaced well apart. Each site is equipped with a table and fire ring. The campground has a dump station, boat ramp,horseshoe pits, basketball court, playground, nature trails and swimming area. We only did an overnight at this location and wished we could have spent many more days. Lawn areas are mowed and watered on a regular basis which might require tents to be moved. Gave overall rating of 9 instead of 10 only because lack of water and sewer hookups. We would definitely stay here again.
A very nice park with large sites spaced well apart. Each site has a picnic table (covered at most sites) and a fire ring. Our site was a 40' gravel pull through that was level. Although only electric is provided at each site, water spigots are located within the park and there is a dump station with water at the park entrance/exit. The restroom/showers are clean (the showers are coin operated - 25 cents for 4 minutes). The park is pet friendly with large grass areas and a very nice shaded trail along the Yampa River for walking (bring bug repellent). There is a play area for children with swings and other play equipment. Park staff patrolled the park on a regular basis and were helpful and friendly. The only negative to the park is the lack of shade trees. We would stay here again.
Very nice park with paved and level sites, grass and shade trees abound. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. Although there are no hook-ups, water spigots are located throughout the park and a dump station is located near the park entrance/exit. If tenting, be advised that the lawn areas are watered regularly. The park is pet friendly. We would stay here again.
An excellent facility with roomy sites that are level, gravel paved with an adjacent concrete pad for use as a patio and/or additional parking. We were escorted to the site by the resort management who were super friendly and helpful. The park is very clean and the restrooms, laundry and pool/jacuzzi areas are spotless. The resort also features a billards room and horse shoe pits. Pets are welcomed and there are two small fenced dog exercise areas within the park and gated access to the adjoing desert for dog walking. The resort is a few miles away from the casino action and the resort does not have shuttle service. We will stay here again. (Note - would have rated a 10 if there were some shade trees.)
A very basic and quiet park. Sites are large, gravel paved, mostly level with trees separating the sites (the trees somewhat dampen the Tehachapi winds). The park is pet friendly with a large dirt/native grass field adjacent to the park and several adjoining rural roads for pet walking. However, the park grass and surrounding fields were full of foxtails which required a good check of our dogs ears and coats to remove them after each walk. The adjacent glider airport does have a small cafe.
Well maintained park operated by the County of San Bernardino. The sites are roomy, level and easy to access. Each site has a picnic table and metal fire ring. The Mojave River Forks name implies that a flowing river would be nearby. In fact, the Mojave River is not readily accessible to the campground and only flows seasonally. For watersports, Silverwood Lake is only a 10-minute vehicle ride away. The main activities featured at this park are hiking and equestrian trails. We made reservations ($5.00 fee) at www.co.san-bernardino.ca.us/parks/ and only had to show our reservation confirmation at the entrance gate. We camped at site #18 which did have a shade tree. A very quiet park and we would stay here again.
Our site was a pull-along site on the outside loop of the full hook-hook area. Being parked along side of the road, I was not able to use our awning as it would have projected into the roadway. Other than the awning issue, the pull-along site was roomy and seemed to have a more private feeling than the pull-through sites since there were no rigs to either side of us. The park personnel were very friendly and helpful. If you bring your pets, be advised that dogs are not allowed on any park trail or wilderness area within the park limits. Dogs can only be walked along roadways or within your campsite. Full hook-up sites 30-48 have Palm trees and are the only sites with any shade in the full hook-up area. A very quiet park and I will stay here again.