We stayed here 4 nights. We had a view of the river, nice trees. The park has a lake and lots of picnic area. We used the picnic table next to our RV, however. It was a great location for visiting our family in Lompoc and the side trips we made to Hearst Castle, Solvang and the beaches. The mission is very close by which includes miles of hiking trails. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sites have side by side hookups so only one of a pair are convenient for use. Although there is a park host, never saw them. You pick a site then go back and register placing payment in an envelope and into the "iron ranger." The basic FHU site is $20 per night. BUT, if you have a toad it is an additional $10 per night and dogs are $1 per night for each. Showers are 3 minutes for $.25 and really needed a good cleaning. We were here on business so this place was better than the high dollar park in Buellton. We would stay here again if coming to Lompoc. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground has definitely deteriorated over the past couple of years. The electric breaker box at our site was almost on the ground. Park host had a noisy dog barking all the time. The farm field next to the park had been sprayed recently and made my wife sick. There was a strange red substance in the Santa Ynes River which is just back of the campground. I would not bother coming back to this campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a small park run by the city of Lompoc. We wanted to stay at Jalama Beach but it was full. The sites are clean with nice trees. There is a river behind the campground and an active farming operation on the other side. It was noisy during the day with dirt bikes in the river bed and some farm machinery working the farm. The road in front of the site is the main access into River Park, a large, heavily used day park. It quiets down after dark. The hosts were friendly. We probably won't be back We camped here in a Tent Trailer.