This was a great find! The park does have many full-timers on site, but it has a few spaces reserved for people coming for days, weeks, or months as well. It is only 2 blocks from the beach! It was perfect for a week at the beach. There are shops close by for food within walking distance as well. The spots are very close to one another. It is a large parking lot, but there are spots of grass for dogs, if you have them, just a short walk to the front of the park and of course, the beach. The owner, Chuck, is very accommodating and friendly. He was great all week while we were there. Everyone at the park is very friendly and helpful with directing you where to go in the area. We had a great experience, and we definitely recommend this park if you are anywhere near the area. It is affordable and just blocks away from the beach with full hook-ups! To note, the wifi is great! We work full time from our RV and we rarely use the park's wifi because it is too slow for the work we do on our computers, but this wifi was very impressive! If your travel trailer is over 31 feet long, I would request spot number 5 because it is one of the only spaces you could back directly into. If you are not an advanced level "reverser", unfortunately, I would think you would need to consider elsewhere. The spaces just cannot accommodate larger trailers. We have two slides that are across from one another and we were only able to pick one side to put out because the spaces just don't allow for the room. We were fine with this, and most do not have slides directly across from one another, so it shouldn't be an issue, but just something to be aware of. Also, the sewer hookups are the old school iron pipe, not threaded PVC, so be sure to put a rock on top of your sewer hose or use a donut to be sure it doesn't come out while you are dumping. Overall, a good park and one you should consider if you are wanting a spot close to beach near Santa Cruz. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rate shown for 1 week stay divided by 7. Access road poor to fair pavement. Narrow park roads. I had to back up the exit route in order to get to my assigned site. Park sites are short and most will not accommodate RV lengths longer than 26-34 feet. The manager advised that only 7 of the sites are for transients. Our site was an unlevel paved back-in. More of a parking lot with lines there is no privacy between sites. All utilities worked. The cable TV selection was extensive and worked well. The Wi-Fi was intermittent and would cut out at times. Our site was close to the road and it got quite noisy at times. The laundry had 2 washers and 2 dryers. The wife said she was happy with their efficiency. Friendly accommodating manager. Still, we probably won't return due to the noise levels. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Small park with mostly long-time residents. They are parking spaces, really. But it's got clean restrooms, showers, laundry, reliable Wi-Fi and cable, and great location near, but not on, the beach. Very nice manager, and quiet, friendly park. Nearby restaurants and stores. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We came here thinking it's on the beach, not. The park was small with way too much concrete and live in campers. The employee's were helpful since it was our first time out in a trailer. Probably will not go back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Seacliff Center Trailer Park is a delightful place to stay if you like the ocean and the Santa Cruz area in particular. It is a very short walk to swimming, sunning, fishing from Seacliff Pier, the cement boat, Visitor's Center and museum—all are within two blocks of the park. Nearby are this hamlet's quaint shops and restaurants which attract locals and visitors alike. It is a quiet, cozy tree-bordered park adorned with beautiful, flowering plants. The restrooms and showers are clean although a bit weathered. Seacliff Center's rates are very reasonable for the area whether for short or long-term stay. The Seacliff community is small, rural and safe—State Park Drive being frequented by California State Park rangers, and local and state police. Residents embrace the outdoor life—frequently biking, jogging, hiking, skate-boarding and the like. This RV park provides a very nice place to visit for those of us who do not require posh amenities, those of us who enjoy being in the midst of the unspoiled beauty of this secluded neck of the California Coast." We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is difficult to evaluate because of location (great) and pricing (fair for area), but park has numerous problems. Park was built in the 60's and shows its age. Restrooms are terrible, they should be torn down and replaced. Laundry room is OK but has limited number of machine's. The voltage was low the entire time we were there, in summer months I sure it will drop even more. The spaces are very, very small; When making reservations I kept telling the manager the size of our trailer and that we had slides on one side. He keep replying "no problem", once parked with slides out we completely filled our allotted space, there wasn't room for chairs or BBQ. Too Small. There are only a few pull throughs, and they are very short and small. It appears that many of the occupants have been here for some time, some of the trailers had trash/items under or near their trailers. Sea-Cliff State Beach Park is only one block away, if at all possible I would stay there, I don't believe we will return to this park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.