Same old Moss Landing RV Park. Now it's 71.50 a night, plus 7.5 tax. I don't know how the last guy paid 55, maybe he's related. Just check the web site to see the truth. Since the new owner took over and went KOA, they've overestimated the number of gullible, desperate campers who are willing to be gouged out of their hard earned resources. Go five miles down the road to the Marina RV Park. It’s high too, but not this crazy.
This park is now a KOA. It still is very well kept. Sites are not large but I didn't feel cramped. Nice management. Great location for visiting area and a couple of excellent restaurants are within walking distance. There are also a number of antique shops along the street that leads to the park. Rates in the Montery Bay area are high everywhere that's near the water, except the state parks.
Pretty place. Right in the redwoods and adjacent to Henry Cowell State Park. Paved roads and gravel sites, some with concrete pads. Park is clean. Rates in the Montery Bay area are very high. Our site was to small to park our tow vehicle in as were the sites of others near us. Many empty sites that would have been more appropriate assignments. Bathrooms old and dingy. The only showers are somewhat away from the camping area, up the hill, by the pool. Management was pleasant and new owners are said to be planning improvements.
We enjoyed our stay here while we explored the area. The staff was friendly and helpful. Sitting in the trees as it does, makes a nice setting. As said before there are a variety of sites here. Within the tree sites there are some locations that are better than others. Most sites on the hookup loop that are farthest from the office are going to have more sun. The inside of this area faces the afternoon sun and the outside faces storage, equipment and piles of dirt. The outside is more dusty since that part of the road has minimal gravel. The optimal sites are closest to the office on the south side. The park is right on the edge of town (nice for walking) and across the street from the Forest Service Visitors Center.