We were fortunate to find this place at night in the rain, but definitely would avoid it in the future. The entrance is kind of pretty but as you look around the park it is really rough. Lots of full timers in small campers and even some in tents! (Assume they were full timers because this certainly isn't vacation weather.) We registered after hours and were confused as the only pull-thru site we could fit into (only 7 total in the park) was listed as "full hookup" but we could only access electricity. The roadway to get to it was very rough, water-riveted gravel. Did not feel safe. Would not do this again.
I'm not sure of the rate - just know it was about $238 for 4 nights. Most of the spots are elbow to elbow. The park is generally pretty clean and it is an interesting attraction that you can help yourself to whatever you want from the grapefruit, lemon, orange, and lime trees. The major drawback to this park is the number of full timers. I would suggest to the management that they spend less time "dogging" guests about leashes and more time policing up the full time sites. Many of the rigs are covered with a mossy looking scum and lots of dead plants about their places. If we'd been in one of the more spacious spots with grass, which are closest to Struck Ave., I believe we would have had trouble sleeping with all the traffic. I will definitely find a different park next time we visit the area.