We stayed here for 2 nights in a back-in site. The sites are narrow and although the landscaping provides privacy between you and your neighbors, some serious pruning needs to be done. The shrubbery is overgrown and our driver side slide out hit it. We were able to roll out our awning but it did hit the trees encroaching on the small patio area with its half-sized picnic table. The sewer connection at the back of our site was buried in the bushes of which one was a long throned variety. Not fun getting stabbed by the bush trying to hook up to the sewer. The sprinkler system came on around 9:25 pm when we were sitting outside. That is way too early in my opinion. The site next to ours looked like a car wash there was so much water spraying everywhere. The family staying there was driven inside their rig because there was no place dry to sit outside. It is a shame the park is in the condition it currently is in. From all outward appearances, it looks nice. The ownership needs to really put in some effort to clean up the shrubbery and plantings to make it easier for RVs to set up. Plus we had to do trash clean up in our site upon arrival. Cigarette butts and other small pieces of garbage were scattered around. The Wi-Fi was intermittent and the road noise annoying. I doubt we stay here again unless it is absolutely necessary.
Very well maintained campground with spacious grassy sites. Picnic table and fire pit at each paved site. Reservations are not available. It is first-come first-served only. Main drawback was road noise from Highway 97.
Very quiet campground, no train or road noise. Park Management was very friendly and helpful with local information. Not much in the way of amenities, but then again, we were only looking for a place with basic hookups. We plan on coming back and hopefully with a group next time.