Very family oriented. Nice owners. Went for Thanksgiving and had great potluck. Clean park, good Wi-Fi, awesome frisbee golf course, fun putt-putt golf. The only reason I didn't give it a 10 was because the water pressure was so low that we couldn't use our RV shower, had to use the shower in the clubhouse. It was clean, but prefer to use our own facilities. Washing dishes with low pressure not fun. Overall a great place for a family.
This is a clean park and well managed. The staff was polite and helpful. Charged an extra $7 dollars per child per night, turned out to be $58 per night which is a little steep. Big rigs like ours (37') have minimal choices on sites we can fit. If you want sites right on the river, you'll need to book a year in advance. The bridge across the river to the campground is narrow and pretty scary to cross in a big rig. Was awesome to be so close to Coloma and walk to historical sites.
Park has narrow roads, a tight fit for our 37' fifth wheel. Staff was not at all helpful. They were not willing to help with any Yosemite details. Video game caboose was locked and they wouldn't open it and told us that 1/2 the games were broken anyway so it wasn't worth them opening it for us. Tough to explain to our little kids when they saw the games turned on and lights blinking inside. Sunday morning check out at 11 am is strict. You cannot pay for a late check out.
I was happy with our stay. Clean site, attentive employees quickly filled my propane and cleaned up broken glass on playground. Roads somewhat narrow, but that is due to Tahoe environmental quacks that won't let them cut trees. Would have rated higher but I hate it when they try to gouge for wireless internet. It is a forest with a lot of pine trees, normal pollen when we stayed. Overall, very happy with the accommodations.
After initially assigning us a space that would not fit our camper. Re-assigned when we pointed out the issue. Recommend large units in pull through. It is a dirt bike/quad toy playground. A little dustier than a normal campground, if you want a clean parking lot type campground: don't camp here. Non-paved spaces and trees make it more natural. No problem with low branches for us. Dirt bike rides were fun up into the mountains. Wife, 9yr old and 12 yr old and I had fun. Nothing too challenging: mostly fire roads. Explore up into High Sierra lakes. We brought swim suits and had fun. Certain trails get fairly rocky, but not too bad. Watch for 4x4 trucks, etc.
Very clean campground. Happened to go on 4th of July weekend. It was a little chaotic. It seemed like many people had friends/family visit for the day. Way too many people in park. Very kid/family friendly campground. A lot of activities for kids (Tie dye shirts, bounce pillow, playground, candy bar bingo). Would go again, but not on a holiday weekend.
Nice rural campground. Very pretty lake. We hiked around a good portion of the lake, very nice. Only 12 RV hookup sites. No problem fitting our 37' fifth wheel. Small but nice place for a weekend. Unfortunately, the tent campers directly behind are RV were noisy, messy, and heavy drinkers. The campground asked them to tone down their language (we have young boys). The managers did everything right, but it's hard to manage impolite people. At $29 a night, this is a bargain.