This is a nice campground along Hwy 1. Restrooms and showers were clean, and new ones being added. Lots of room in the pull-thru sites. Lots of trees. We brought our own firewood or you can purchase there (however there's a place next door which sells it cheaper). I was able to get a Verizon signal on my phone occasionally. Good hiking trail to the ocean. Lots for families to do, ice cream, karaoke, movies or something going on every night. You can be as social as you want to be. I would return.
We have enjoyed this park twice in the past 3 months. Great location in the harbor. The tall ships were coming and going, so were fun to watch. All hook-ups worked fine. Facilities and restrooms were clean and propane was a very reasonable price. Great seafood restaurants within a bike ride/walking distance. Close to Bodega Head for hiking. Be forewarned that Bodega Bay is VERY windy most of the time - 3 kite stores in town means good kite flying winds! We would stay here again.
Nice place to spend a weekend in Napa Valley. Park is on the fairgrounds and within a walk/bike ride to downtown Napa and Oxbow Market. Only drawback is traffic noise from Silverado Trail on Friday night. There must have been a drag race going on!! The Wi-Fi was spotty to nonexistent, but Verizon worked fine. Bathrooms and showers were very clean. This is the best place in Napa to camp.
This is a great place to stay! I recommend it 100%. We had a beautiful site and there was lots to do: Lassen National Park is very close by, as well as Hat Creek for fishing. Also nearby is the small area of Manton for wine tasting. Too bad you have to pay for Wi-Fi, but it did work well when we paid. Bathrooms here were spotless! The whole staff is so friendly and accommodating. Give this place a 10!
Perfect spot for a group, or a few friends, wanting a clean and LEVEL spot to park their rigs. Group meeting facility was amazing! We were happy to see such clean restrooms and showers. It was a very quiet park, no traffic noise. The views were incredible of the surrounding hills. I didn't give them a 10 only because you cannot have campfires. Otherwise, it was a perfect place to camp. We went to the casino for buffet dinner, but didn't stay long in the smoky casino. We would definitely come here again, as there is lots to do in the area.
This is a nice park in a lovely location. We had no trouble with the "rules", as others have mentioned. There are good walking and biking trails next to the park. It was quiet and peaceful. The bathrooms and showers were clean. Verizon worked just fine. Hook-ups worked well, except for the dump at our site, which was higher than our van's outlet. Even though the park was not full, they would not put us near our traveling companions, who had larger rigs than our class B van. That was our only complaint. Apparently only certain size units can go in each spot!
This park is a gem. Very clean and well maintained, with grass and flowers everywhere. There are camping cabins and tents, as well as the RV park. This would be a great place for a group camp! Bathrooms/showers were heated and immaculate! Plus there were "community" fires at night, where people could sit and visit. Cable TV and hook-ups worked fine. There was no cell phone signal (Verizon). There are some nice bike rides/hikes near the park. There is a small store on site, but for major groceries you would need to stop in Santa Cruz to the south, or Half Moon Bay to the north; Costanoa is a bit isolated. Also, they were very accommodating about changing our reservation to a different day.
We camped in a site on the slough, which was nice. Hook-ups all worked fine. There is no TV cable. We came onto the island by the bridge, did not use the ferry. Using GPS, we had no trouble finding this park. My only complaint is that the bathrooms were not cleaned during our stay: ladies' hair was all over in the shower.
This was a very good place to stop along I-5. It had level, paved sites, good Wi-Fi and cell reception. Restrooms and showers were clean, but seemed to be in the "remodeling" phase. Beautiful view of Mt. Shasta. Several fast food restaurants were within walking distance. Not a fancy park, but very clean and accommodating!
This was a very good place to stop along I-5, just south of Medford. Nice, clean park. Sites are paved, but some are not too level because of tree roots, cracks, etc. We had a site along Bear Creek; it was lovely to hear the gurgling water all night. Very clean restrooms, showers, and laundry. Wi-Fi worked, as did my Verizon cell. Plus they have fresh, warm cookies!! We would stop here again.
This is a lovely spot along Hwy 101, near the California Redwoods. There is a 9-hole golf course adjoining the RV park. We had a back-in site on the golf course. It was very quiet and shady, plus we could watch all the duffers play through! Nice level paved sites, with grass between each site. Very clean restrooms and showers. We have stopped here several times, and will again!
For the price, this is a fantastic Oregon state park! Beautiful, large, private sites, some shady and some sunny ones. The boat dock was a short 2 minute, drive away. The town of Bandon is less than 10 minutes away. The restrooms and showers were very clean. No Wi-Fi, but cell signal was good (Verizon). We stayed in B loop, with full hook-ups. We will be back every year for crab season!
Nice location, quiet and lots of shade in the trees. Our site was not too level, which made it hard to use the sewer hook up on the "uphill" side. The bathrooms were unpleasant and not clean. Lots of traffic up and down the entrance road. We will not return here.
This campground is a beautiful, flat grassy place. All sites are huge with room for several vehicles on a site! All hook-ups worked very well, except TV cable, (also wi-fi was spotty and occasional at best). We enjoyed the nightly campfire and marshmallow roast. No pancake breakfast was offered on Sunday, although this is stated on their website. There is a pizza place on site, with wonderful home-made pizzas delivered to your site. It seemed to be a very kid friendly spot, with a rec room and playground. Many recreational opportunities were close by. We did see bears, but they seemed to be only after the trash cans. Berries were abundant! We will be back for a week or more, next time!
We camped in dry dirt and weeds. The hook-ups all worked. We tried to use the showers but there was no hot water. The location is very pretty if you can get a spot right on the lake. Across the road is much more desolate. With some care, this could be a lovely park.
This is a very nice, clean park. Sites have a concrete pad and grass area between sites. We had a shady site on the golf course. There is a pool and other recreational opportunities are close by. I loved the bathrooms; this park has the most showers (6) I have ever seen! We would definitely stay here again. Highly recommended!
Lovely place to camp. Level grassy and shady spots with a nice view of the river. Lots of good bike riding in the area. The river was shallow enough for children to swim or float on a raft. It was also very quiet. Bathrooms and showers were adequate and clean, but not too modern. This was our second stay here and we would return.
This campground was right next to the lake, although you cannot see the lake from your site. The "upper loop" sites were much better, not so close together. Shasta Lake is a party place and people were definitely partying. We did not see anyone enforcing quiet time. Bathrooms and showers were so-so, not too clean, broken shower heads, etc. But we liked being in the trees and seeing wildlife. We would come back here.
The shade trees were great! Restrooms and showers were very clean and modern. The campground was close to many activities in Chico. Check in took a little longer than necessary: owners had lots of questions to be answered! We would come back here.
This was a very nice park. Campers were all quiet and respectful, within reason. Many bike trails/rides within immediate proximity. You can rent pedal boats and kayaks just across the street. Wi-fi worked smoothly for us. We had to wait in line a while to dump, upon checkout. The only negative was the water tasted awful! We used bottled!
This is a nice RV park within walking distance of the ocean and golf courses, plus the CA coastal trail, where you can hike or ride your bike. We stayed here in our class B van, so it was easy to get into our site. The sites are all back-in. There was nice grass lawn in between each site. There was cable TV, so we could watch Thanksgiving football! The management was very nice and helpful. Also they give a discount if you pay in cash. We would stay here again.
It is a great spot and close to the ocean, just over the dunes. It is also within walking/bike riding distance of the harbor, antique shops, fresh produce stands, and wonderful restaurants. We stayed here in our class B van, so it was easy to get into our site. The sites are all back-in and quite close together. We had one on the end of a row, so we had more privacy. We would stay here again!
Camped here one night, on our way to the coast. It was quiet and clean. We don't play golf, so can't comment on that. However, we did ride our bikes all around the park. Showers and restrooms were spacious and clean. NO cable TV, but we got good reception of the Sacramento stations on our antenna. We have a class B van so it is was easy to get into our spot. Most spots looked like easy access.