This is one of our favorite parks. It's almost all long pull-thru sites, lots of shade trees, level, utilities in the right place, and very well laid out. Propane service at your front door, grocery shopping a half block away and one of the best steak houses we've ever found just a short stroll away...like less than a block! Great location in town and off the freeway but super easy to get to. They also have a store in the office that stocks a lot of RV accessory parts, and a pretty good library for guests to trade books. All in all, it's a great overnight spot or a place to stay a week, month, or longer. Rate shown is the published rate less Escapees discount plus tax. But, you can pay $46 out on I-5 if you want to say you stayed at a "resort".
What else can you say about this place other than it's as good as it gets. Obviously laid out and planned by someone who's spent more than one night in an RV. Site layout is excellent, amenities and services are first-rate, and staff are all really friendly. Of course the whole place is all about winners and losers and of course most of the time the Casino wins. But, you can play the penny slots, lose slowly, and spend hours losing a couple bucks. Easy in and out gas station on site and the lowest prices in the state that we saw. Get a Player's Card for free and you'll get discounts on future visits.
Utility hookups are mid-point in the site which can present problems for those of us whose hookups are at the rear. We had to jockey the trailer to keep it's rear end and the front of our pull vehicle off the street and still be able to hook up power and avoid other objects with our slider. All in all, it worked out. Water tasted horrible and when reading brochure later, discovered one spigot serves city water and another one at the same spot serves up well water. Guess I'm supposed to read two pages of rules, one page of advertising, and small notices about there being a red spigot and a blue one. Oh well, it's now two days later and we're still alive, haven't grown horns and are 600 miles down the road. Rate was actually $37.40 which is published rate $40 less $6 Escapee discount, plus $3.40 tax.
I hesitate to let the secret of this park's existence out, but we stay here a lot and like it a lot. It's old, but the sites are huge and it's being well-maintained. It has quite a few pull-throughs and is conveniently located to most parts of Fresno/Clovis you'd care to visit or need to visit. We've stayed here for several weeks at a time during the past 5 years and have never had a single incident even though the park is on a busy city street and in a commercial area. If not for the RV sign at the street entrance, you'd never know it was there. Rate is based on a weekly rate of $175. Rates for overnight or a couple days is a bit higher, but not much.
Well, we tried it again, but this is the last time. With no cable, no WI-FI, skinny roads, boulders to hit at site entrances, and a tree hanging over a road which was low enough to trash my fridge vent cover (our trailer roof is only 10 feet off the road), this place is just not worth the hassle. Staff seemed bothered by having to stop whatever she was doing to check us in and wasn't very welcoming. She was, however, very efficient in handing us four (4) pages of printed instructions and no-no's. It was Easter Sunday, so I can understand someone being inclined to be somewhere else, but being a holiday, no discounts were given no matter how many organizations you're a member of. Park had a lot of empty spots by nightfall. Caveat Emptor!
Section of park dedicated for overnighters was nice and well laid out. Location of utility pillar required some "creative" parking if you have a slide-out you want to extend and for your power cord to reach. Staff was very informative and provided a full page of pool rules and another full page of Wi-Fi info which contained everything except the name of their connection which is actually "office 5139" which leads you to Tengo I, the actual Wi-Fi provider. One activity you can enjoy is counting the number of trains which pass directly along the north side of the overnighter area. I lost count somewhere around 40. Although the trains were noisy, we still got a good night's sleep. Rate shown was after discounts for memberships.
We've stayed here many times the last several years and staff has always been polite, friendly, and just plain nice to be around. Sites are level, well maintained, and pull-through's will handle the biggest rigs. Plenty of shade and everything works! You can get propane tanks picked up, refilled, and delivered and the office stocks a good selection of RV parts and consumables. You can pay a lot more but you can't get more than you will at this place.
We've been staying in this park for several years when we pass through Fresno. It's come a long way recently with new owner. Nothing fancy but it's got good sized spaces, easy access, and a very convenient location. Rate shown was daily rate based on a week-long stay. Overnight rate is $30 which is still a good deal these days. Cable TV selection is kind of limited so we used our satellite except for local channels. Wi-Fi was fair to good, but had a few problems sometimes.
Very nice park but overpriced. No cable TV so bring your own satellite. Wi-Fi seldom worked even though we were parked close to an antenna and had clear line of sight. Golf course is grossly overpriced and the driving range was under several feet of water. Staff was friendly. If you take a spot in the new area, beware the big rocks some twit has placed at all four corners of the pad. Turn too sharp and they'll hole your rig like the iceberg that got the Titanic.