Camp hosts were *super* nice! Very friendly, helpful and hospitable. The park itself is "rustic", with dirt paths and dirt pads. That said, it looks like they are pretty level and our spot didn't require boards, etc. It's a nice setting and a river runs directly behind the park with many of the back-in spots along it providing a nice view out the back window while one enjoys morning coffee. This place is a bargain! If we find ourselves in Cave Junction again, we would certainly consider this park next time!
This place is a complete parking lot. The spaces are close together, separated by a small plot of dead grass. It's immediately adjacent to the freeway -- my young daughter could easily hurl a rock onto the freeway from our space (but she didn't) so road noise is constant and considerable. With so many really amazing RV parks in the area, I don't see why this one stays in business. With that said, the park host was nice and all the hookups, cable TV, and Wi-Fi are functional. If you're looking for an overnight spot just to sleep and then then hit the road again, this place is convenient. We would not stay here again. Note that, at the time of this review, the I-5 South on-ramp was under construction and the detour was to take the I-5 North ramp, drive three miles north, then get off and take I-5 South from there. So six miles out of the way to go south on I-5.
The park is well-kept and clean. There isn't much space between spaces, but it's not excessively cramped. Back-in spaces get an extra paved space next to your RV for your tow vehicle. There is a path that leads down to the river which is directly behind the park and some back-in spaces are right on it. Park host was really friendly and helpful.
This place is adjacent to 101, so you can hear the highway, but it's just a background noise, it's not intrusive. Slots are long - my fifth-wheel and truck are 45' and I had at least another 15'. This place is basically a parking lot with narrow grass strips between the spots and there are no tables outside, no general store, etc. However, Target is just across the freeway and the park is just a minute from the Waterfront/Old Eureka district (but not walking distance). The camp director is a nice guy and provided excellent advice on where to park when we went to the waterfront, etc. We would stay here again for a night or two.
This is kind of an "old school" park - it's not paved, but rather is tightly packed gravel. That said, it's nice to stay at someplace other than an asphalt jungle. The sites are level and easy to get into. As other reviews have noted, there are a number of antique RVs in the front (available to stay in) and a nice gift shop as well. The park personnel were very friendly and accommodating. We would certainly stay here again.
The campground is close enough to the freeway to make it really convenient for an overnight, and there are some places to eat close-by. The owner and his son keep the place clean and well maintained. The kid's park is a trifle "dated", but everything works and my daughter enjoyed it. I ran into an electrical problem with my RV and the owner was quick to loan me a extension cord so I could isolate and fix the issue. I would definitely stay here again.
This resort is well laid-out and easy to navigate. The staff is friendly, helpful and knowledgeable about the area. The pool is fairly large and well-maintained, and there is even an "adults only" spa/pool on the upper level that is really inviting. We would definitely stay here again the next time we stop in Paso Robles.
The primary selling point of Dockweiler is that it is literally on the beach. As others have written, this is not a "resort", it is a "park"; the spots are narrow, and there are no man-made amenities other than bathrooms/showers and the smallest dog run I have ever seen. Located just a half-mile from the LAX flight-path, there is constant jet noise but you do get used to it. However, sand and surf are just footsteps away and the bike path, which runs from Redondo Beach to Marina Del Rey, is immediately adjacent to the park along the beach and affords some terrific cycling. Manhattan Beach is just three miles to the south and has good nightlife, shopping, restaurants, etc. All in all, a great place to spend a vacation! We go there whenever we have the opportunity.
The campground supplies no power or water at the site. You can fill up your reservoir at a fresh-water station near the dump station though, so you're not totally without fresh water. The park Rangers were friendly and knowledgeable, however the camp "hosts" were aloof and crabby. The scenery was fantastic -- it's a two minute walk under the highway and you're on the beach. It's quite close to Cambria and Hearst's Castle. Just make sure your battery is up to snuff; it's 25 miles to Paso Robles if you need a new battery.
The staff were friendly and helpful. We had trouble with the cable TV, and the staff were out in less than five minutes and resolved it immediately. We stayed for a three-day Disneyland trip, and the park is quite close - about a five minute drive. I've read complaints that this RV park is just a big cement slab, but it's in downtown Anaheim -- what do you expect? It's comfortable, clean, quiet, the sites are large enough, and it's close to Disneyland; what more would you want? I'd definitely stay again.