Rate is based on the weekly rate. Mostly park trailers for long term residents. Convenient location for Gilroy. Away from 101, but can't avoid the train noise. Sites are rather small/narrow, but hook-ups are conveniently located. Parking is tight at the sites, but there is additional parking near restrooms and fence. Grass (OK, weeds) are being replaced with artificial turf, which looks pretty good. Laundry room was small (there are several) but kept clean.
Based on weekly rate of $175. This is an older park, most are long term single-wide residences. There are a handful of sites for over-nighters and short-term stays. There is a clubhouse, some activities (like movies and games), pool and park area. Common areas are clean and well-maintained. Hook-ups are WAY in the back, so back in as far as you can to avoid extension cords, etc. We've stayed here several times and think it's the best choice in the area.
This is a terrific campground for smaller rigs - large ones (especially trailers) will have a hard time getting into most of the sites. The road to the 12 RV sites is narrow, many trees and a steep drop-off. If you have a large rig, sites 1 - 6 are good, but others will be difficult to impossible. The park is about 7 miles from Castro Valley - winding road through the Oakland Hills. Drive carefully and watch for bicycles and motorcycles. Park is very quiet, good views, lots of birds, hiking trails. We love it! If you have little kids looking for playgrounds and swimming pools, this probably isn't for you.
Park deserves a 10 for cleanliness and maintenance. Sites are very narrow (20') and short for big rigs so larger rigs often park their cars partly on the rather narrow roads. To leave enough room to park in front of your rig you (and everyone else) back up as far as possible. Expect to hear your neighbors' TV and conversation. The cramped feeling is partly offset by the easy walk to the beach. Management could do a better job enforcing rules about nuisance barking. They seem to respond if you complain but do not seem to be proactive. Probably a plus for dog owners but a minus for those who would prefer not to hear a chorus.
The rate shown is based on a monthly rental. This park is almost perfect as far as sites & facilities. Wi-fi can be iffy, but the sites are large and the park is very well maintained. It would be a 10 except for the inability/unwillingness to enforce its own rules about quiet hours (9 PM) and late-night fires. After-hours calls have gone unanswered, despite the paging message. If you are planning to put your kids (or yourself) to bed at 9 or 10 PM on a weekend, understand that you may be on your own to deal with loud (possibly drunken) parties. If you prefer quiet, consider a weekday stay if you can.