Interesting place. A combo of KOA and camping lodge. We stayed in Coastal Village sites. OK, but grass dead in this section. Sites not level front to back. No Verizon cell and Wi-Fi did not work in Coastal Village loop. It worked at the lodge and restaurant area. About 20 miles north of Santa Cruz. Restaurant on site, but a little on the high end. Not much nearby to eat . Too out of the way for us. We were visiting Santa Cruz boardwalk area.
This park recently became a KOA. There is evidence that things are getting better, but there is still a a lot of work to be done. Sites are not level and the place needs to be repaved. Nice pool and water play area for kids. Probably won't stay here again.
We loved this park. Very friendly staff. They were very nice and helpful. Nice sites most are in shade. Easy to pull in and room to back in. Room for slides. Nice play area for kids and room for riding bikes. Great cool weather. Near Jedidiah Smith State Park and Stout Grove. We would return if we were in the area.
We loved this park. We stopped for one night. Easy to get in and out. Nice check-in. We had a back-in fountain site. Our six-year-old loved the frogs. Plenty of room to back rig in. Site had room for slides and still have a patio. Freeway noise was masked by fountains. We would stay here again if traveling through. Very hot in summer, but a nice pool.
This place is perfect for our trips to Sea World and the San Diego area. Easy to find and check in. Check in has been simple and fast. The employees have been friendly and cheerful. The campground is nicely laid out and easy to navigate. Easy to pull into sites and out. Sites are good size with enough space for slides. Both of my slides extend 40 inches. We were able to extend our awning. Long level sites. Great place to camp for families with children. Swimming pool, play ground, air pillows, and other activities were all excellent. Our travel trailer is almost 35 feet long and we had no trouble navigating or parking. This was our fourth time here. We will return.