This is a great park, handy to Santa Barbara and the Ynez valley. Although there were no pull thrus, the back in sites were easy to manage with plenty of turning space. The restrooms were clean. There is WiFi (not the greatest) in the adult lodge and some of it spills into the nearest campsites. We took advantage of local hiking, bicycling, and organized activities like the stock demonstration and wine tasting right on site. The pool and hot tub are beautifully surrounded by trees. The only downside is the narrow road within the ranch that takes you to the campsites. It is very narrow and very winding with three corners that have big convex mirrors to help you see around. It is quite nerve-wracking with a big RV. On-coming traffic can best be avoided by checking in late in the afternoon and leaving early in the morning.
At first sight we loved this RV park. Each site is separated by beautiful beds of California wildflowers. There are lots of pull thrus with lovely concrete pads. The office and pool facility are modern and clean. The manager is delightful. The downside is that the sites are not level. For motor homes the management offers the loan of stepped blocks to roll your front end up onto but for 5th wheels it means you are way up on your landing gear. The concrete pad is narrow and there is no patio portion so you must step right out into the wildflowers. These were small issues compared to the location, the price, and the excellent hot tub. We will be back.
The staff was friendly. The location is great, but the sites are not big-rig friendly. We were in a pull-thru which was extremely narrow. Our 38ft RV had one slide touching the fence and the other side was touching the picnic table. Getting in and getting out were both challenging worrying that the back end would “wag’ over and knock the service post. In fact a 5th wheel two sites over was damaged coming in to its site. We will not be staying here again as we did not see a better site in the park.
The location is excellent. The staff is friendly. The internet service was good and not too expensive ~$2/day. But the fact is that many of the sites in this park do not have sewer. Most campers start out in these sites and many actually stay in them as we did for 2 two week stints on our zone camping pass. We opted for a pull-through site for ease of entry , good access to satellite TV, and easy off-loading from our toyhauler. This tradeoff meant no sewer.
We loved this park, the shade around each site, the friendly staff especially the owner who helped us back in to the site, and the immaculate restroom facilities. The sites were generous in size, level and well-kept. The only drawback is the extremely limited communication through cell phone and Internet. Limited browsing does not include use of Facebook. I know this is not important for many people but we are full-time travelers and want to keep connected with friends and family.