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Amazing park and really friendly staff. We had a not so great spot E-51 in comparison to most of the other spots, but we got a spot for the 18 days that we needed. Lots of great hiking, green grass, and tons of coyotes.
One odd note:
The staff continually said the park was full yet we always…
I stayed in the ‘F’ area and was lucky to have a lake view. Beautiful view with tons of trees and hills. Love it here wish I could stay forever. Super convenient laundry & showers as well. Arturo filled my propane and was super kind and helpful. Same as everyone else here!
Cool place to stay and fish tons of amenities
It's a nice park great for long walks and trail riding on bikes great for the dog 🐕 also a bit windy so you need to keep a eye on your awning, great cell service with at&t .
So far it is pretty nice we have full hookups 30 or 50 Amp most of the grass is dead I'm guessing because no rain pretty clean great cell service.
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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…
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
Enjoyed all of it. Basic simple no drama easy kicked back
We were able to pitch a tent along side our Mini Trailer in the RV section of the park. We have visited twice now. Hiking swimming, biking, and nearby Kayaking in a clean friendly environment. The park offers large sites with nice lawn to play catch and other lawn games with the family. Also they…
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…
We will be there in October in our travel trailer 😎 but we have been to this park for many festivals and have had a great time.
Sprawling lush green hills? Can’t beat Chino Hills State Park.
The campground itself feels very close together and wide open compared to the space of the park. Gets loud at night if there are too many groups camping. No cell service. Super clean bathrooms and showers.
PET OWNERS BEWARE: Our…
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You know fairness there are a lot of spots that are better than others some closer to the lake further they have separate little communities they do have some that look as though they were permanent residents but they only allow you to stay for 21 consecutive days then you must be gone for 60 it's…
Water and electric only on camp sites. No dump site there. There's nice shade on probably half the sites, the other ones have little or none. Nice views of the lake but it's fenced off and access to the lake and park close in the evening. There is a small older bathroom there a flush toilet and a…
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