We were lucky to get one of the pull through sites at this park. The park is very nice and has all amenities. I would caution anyone with a large RV to get the pull through sites because the other sites seem very tight for a back in.
While most of tenants here are long term, we enjoyed the peace and quiet of this park. While it is not a resort, it is located centrally for much activity in the Los Angeles area. The park is exceptionally clean with garbage picked up at least every other day. The pool area is beautiful and well kept. We are returning next year for two months to enjoy the restful pace of the park.
Cages Bend is a wonderful, peaceful campground. Some of the campsites have great water views. There is no sewer (Core of Engineers Park) but the environment makes up for it. They do have a dump station. One problem is that the directions to the campground are not sufficient to find it without knowing the area. We got half price for camping with the Senior Pass.
This RV park was certainly an Oasis after driving through from Albuquerque. The owner was very friendly and accommodating. The only detriment was the wind blowing from the south but the park is laid out to minimize the effect.
This park is a delight. Although located in the city, it has a green, pastoral air about it. The owner is very accommodating and very helpful. There are markets nearby and historical buildings in the town. It is well kept and green with shade trees for comfort.
This park has quite a few permanent campers, but all is well kept. It is an older park, but navigation though to the campsite is adequate. The best part is the on site barbecue wagon, where you can pick up delicious barbecued meats.
Although this park had good ratings for facilities, the area we were parked was primarily permanent for most sites. There was no grass except around the buildings. There was a storage area one row over that was littered with debris. Most of the permanent residents had boxes, toys, and trash around their sites. There were many junky trucks just parked around their sites. One resident had a chicken on a tether. It was not a good experience, but there is a shortage of sites for camping in that area.