Heavily treed, dirt, grass and some gravel. Owners were friendly, however, the sites were VERY VERY tight for a big rig-NOT recommended even though it says Big Rig Friendly it really is NOT. I did not realize the water was bad and it ruined a washload and my new filters which I had to toss. It was full of iron and I had to flush my system several times to get it out. DON'T use the water if you stay here. Overall, this was a very unpleasant experience as I could not get my satellite TV or internet reception under the canopy of trees and then I discovered the water problem at night, too late to do anything. The owners refunded my fee, but refused to replace my filters because I complained to KOA corporate after I left due to time constraints (NOT that they bothered to reply to me or assist me.) I would NOT stay there again and they have made it clear I would not be welcome there. They denied a problem with the water, but I see another camper complained about it last year as well.
Very nice campground, nice pool and pleasant owner. Only one pull-thru space next to electrical stuff. I would definitely stay here again. Good location to explore North of Boston and Salem, Cape Ann area.
This is a county park located in Eucalytpus woods in a gorgeous area north of San Leandro. There are a few sites that are available for RV's in a larger campground. There are not a lot of amenities, but it is workable if necessary to stay in that area. Take Redmond Road and then go through the Marciel Gate to get to the campground. Both are very narrow and winding, but driveable - just take your time. NOT for motorhomes over 40 feet! Beautiful area to see and very quiet and peaceful. Only 30 amp power and water pressure is low. I filled my tank and used my water pump. GATE TO THE PARK IS LOCKED AT 10PM! 2 mile walk to campground if you are late. Make reservations!
Although this park was physically attractive, I had a very bad experience with the managers. My dog was seriously attacked by a German Shepherd that belonged to a long term tenant, and was off leash despite the campground and county rules. At first the campground manager said they would cover the vet bills. But the dog owner lied to them and told them it was my dog's fault. (Right. A poodle attacking a Shepherd, or giving him his leg to bite.) The manager's wife got nasty with me and refused to do anything. I tried to file charges, but I was unable to stay until April. In Florida, if you cannot show up in court, the judge throws the case out. So needless to say I would NEVER set foot in this place again, and I do NOT recommend it to anyone else.
I had a very bad experience as these people were very pet unfriendly. I have a standard poodle that is very thin due to a medical condition. They said they restricted dogs over 40 lbs. I was treated rudely upon check in and they wanted me to produce a vet certificate or some proof of his weight! Everyone I spoke to in the park with dogs were afraid to let them make a sound and they were made to feel like the dog waste nazi's were watching. There was NO dog area in the park and had to walk ACROSS the 4 lane street to a commercial area to let him do his business. They said they were having problems with pet owners not picking up waste and were considering being a no dog park. They treated me very badly and I would never go back. I ALWAYS pick up my dogs mess. I was exactly the kind of camper they should have welcomed. My dog is friendly and submissive. DON'T stay here is if you have a dog! Although the park was clean and pretty, it was very tight for a large motorhome as well. Go somewhere else if you have a choice.
Older park, with some nice pull through, 30 amp sites near the office are the nicest. 50 amp are back-ins only and in an area that is mostly long term and older rigs/live-ins. Park is a decent place to stay, but not a destination park. I was in a 40 ft. Motorhome pull-through right near the sewer dump and pet area. There was not much choice.
Park is conveniently located to the turnpike and to Rt 2 to get into Cleveland and the West side. There are a lot of trees, the sites are close and not many are level as it is a hilly campground. Beautiful in the Fall. It is acceptable if you can get a level site. There is not much available in the Cleveland are for larger rigs, so this is about the best you can get. Make reeservations early because it fills up during prime season for Cedar Point which is also not far. It was acceptable, but far from exceptional. They will also nickel and dime you to death.
FYI, I have not stayed here yet, but this is the former Auburn KOA campground . I had a devil of a time getting the phone number, since it is not listed anywhere yet that I can find. So I will list it here for informational purposes. For the reviews go to the listing for the Auburn KOA. My rating is not based on staying here yet. I will rate it after I stay. Their phone number is 530-823-5435.