We camped here with our Good Sam chapter and enjoyed group rate discount with more than 10 rigs. Very well maintained and spacious RV pull-through campsites. We had a mountain view with our rig's door open instead of someone else's rig. Fishing is great and fish is delicious. The drive from the freeway to the campsite is dusty and twice as long as the posted distance. Bring plenty of insect repellent as the mosquitoes are vicious. This is a quiet and very peaceful campground and we always enjoy ourselves tremendously. We've camped here twice already and will come back here every chance we get.
Newly upgraded WiFi connection works great. However, that does not compensate for the constant loss of water pressure due to problem with the water pump. Whenever water pressure is restored the water is highly rustic and stains the toilet. When water is available the pressure is so low that we were not able to effectively clean out the black tank washer. The current electrical system is not able to handle the demand as our electric power safety monitor kept on shutting down due to low voltage. We were force to by-pass the safety monitor to get electricity. We camped here with our friends and neither one of us will return to this campground.
On-site manager was very friendly. We were told our nightly rate did not reflect the rate increase of $5 per night because we made the reservation before the rate hike. Nightly rate is considered high for a campsite that is not leveled and no WiFi available. We will not return to this campground.
The nightly rate was very reasonable with the Passport America discount. Campground is beautifully landscaped with spacious pull-through sites to accommodate large rigs. Self check-in has very clear step-by-step instruction. We will definitely return when the opportunity arises in the future.
The nightly Passport America discount rate is very reasonable. The resort is beautifully landscaped with most of the park catering to residents living in permanent park models. However, this campground only has back-in RV sites. RV sites are small and difficult to back in. Definitely not big rig friendly. We will not be coming back here.
Rancheria RV Park campground is surrounded by trees. A very scenic campground but somewhat isolated. Because of its location there is no cell phone reception and the two pay phone booths onsite do not accept coin for making long distance calls. Little restaurant onsite serves very good food and the dessert pies are homemade. WiFi is free for two hours a day and very, very slow.
The staff was unfriendly and the sites are very small. Due to the small site we were really concerned about our RV flipping over when we leave as the tires were on the ledge of the slope. We made it with no room to spare. It was a very, very close call. Bathroom facilities were not clean and toilet seats were loose. This KOA is not at the quality level we've come to expect of a KOA campground. The rate is higher than other KOAs and the level is much, much lower than other KOAs. This campground does not warrant a repeat visit nor a first visit. Stay away if you can.
Although the campground offers quite a bit of amenities, I feel the nightly rate is on the high side. All sites are leveled and cemented. WiFi is available but slow. There are no trees to provide shade and the AC had difficulty keeping the temperature down in the rig during the hot afternoon sun. If you enjoy wine, this is the place to be. You can also get some great fresh produce and fruits during the Farmers Market season.
This KOA campground far exceeded our expectation of what a KOA campground should be. The facility is old but very clean and everything is kept in excellent condition. Staff is very friendly and will do whatever they can to ensure your stay is as pleasant as possible. We enjoyed the campground and the staff so much that we extended our stay by an additional day. We will plan our future trips to try to stay at this campground if at all possible.