This place is ok, sort of. It's one of the few places around so, any port in the storm. It's in a bad part of town but they do have a security gate. Mostly permanent residents with what seems to be a bunch of illegals right outside the gate milling around waiting for the bus. The office staff was nice to us. Our site was gravel but it was level. Showers were old but clean. Wi-Fi was good, fast and never dropped out. Camp here if you have business in the immediate area - -otherwise I'd suggest that you find another spot. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It was a pleasant surprise to find a park where we had adequate room to back into a space without fear of hitting anything. All hookups were in good condition. The Wi-Fi worked great. Spaces are rock with a concrete patio with table. It would be a little dusty for long term stays. Shade is only on long term sites. The people here were very nice. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a typical city-center trailer park with short-term RV access an afterthought. Park is located in seedy area, but is walled and gated. Restroom/shower is dated but clean, as is pool area. This park is minimally acceptable, but, I'll try something else before staying here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rough part of town, farming day labor pick up right outside gate. The restrooms are hot. The office staff is not friendly. Has good paved roads but sites are narrow and "pull throughs" should really be "back ins". Sacto doesn't have many choices, kind of wierd.
We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Only reason to stay here is that you need to be close in to Sacramento. It's a pretty good location to get to the state capital and other area attractions. But it is acutally an old, small mobile home park half of which has been converted to RV sites. It is located in a pretty tough part of town and you're glad for the coded security gate. There are a lot of long-term RVers in the back-in sites. The pull-through sites are so close together slide-outs almost touch and awnings are out of the question. Must disconnect toad before trying to jockey anything 29 ft or longer into or out of the so-called "pull-through sites." One guy's toad which was parked in front of his MH got creased by the swinging rear corner of a MH making the very tight turn necessary to pull out. Restrooms and showers were old and rickety but were kept clean. Managers were not rude but quite stern. Made us feel like interlopers. Actually wrote on our receipt "we prefer not to have to remind anyone of the rules!" Believe it or not we've stayed here twice! Won't go back.
We camped here in a Motorhome.