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Nice place to camp, weather is around 75 during the day and about 50 to 36 degrees cold through out the night. Has everything you'll need. Bathrooms are close by, showers HOT water available. Camping sites are too close together. Other than that it's great. Not many people this time a year. Had a…
Plenty of room to be by yourself and shoot some pictures.
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Have a great time every time. Hike fish and swim
I did make a phone call to them before leaving and driving some 30 miles to get to their location which is in a rather secluded rural area and we were told that yes to come down and upon our arrival they completely changed their attitude. Let me explain a little something I am a burn survivor and…
We spent 4 days at the Ranch on a Peninsula Site near the Barn. Sunrise and sunset views are absolutely gorgeous. Clean porta potties, fire rings, we had two picnic benches and far from any other campers. Staff was amazing so sum them up. We will be making this trip I imagine twice a year. We'll…
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Beautiful clean new, the view is worth the price of admission. Host was awesome made our trip special. Super beautiful and clean site.
First overnight trip in our class b so we had to book at the last minute. Easy to book, easy check in, and got a spot for a Saturday night with pull through and full hookups. No cable, but good internet using my cell phone. Well maintained camp ground with lots of beautiful trees. Great picnic…
Nice place very clean lots of space and people are respectful it gets really cold so bring the right gear. Hello
Loved camping at yucaipa been twice so far are favorite place so peaceful and beautiful a lil bummed lakes were closed but still had a fun week
Little quaint to the huge lake that u encounter fun enjoyed every minute. Made some friends.
This site was great. We used it as a camp tester to see if something we would enjoy doing. We did some hiking, fishing near by and costed big bear as it is not too far away.
We're usually full-time boondockers, and this was the first time we've paid for an RV park, so we don't have a lot to compare it to. But overall it's been a pleasant stay. Lots of shade, a pond, and reasonable rates. Good water pressure in the showers, which has been nice. Most private RV spots…
Full hook ups, wonderful camp hosts, very clean bathrooms and showers
Lovely little place! Super close to the lake, secluded up in the mountains.