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Nice campground and the other reviews are correct… I would just like to add that the sites are for RV’s 30’ or shorter. Larger RVs will not fit in the spots.
What a fantastic spot, with luxuries like flushing toilets and coin-operated showers.
In summer months, there is a super cute camp shop, as well as activities for all the family.
Given all that and its proximity to SF, I’ll be aiming to get reservations here every summer, and some winter seasons…
Beautiful giant red woods, clean camp sites, and plenty of amenities has impressed us. Flushing toilets and showers everywhere, water spigots were never too distant, and trails always felt safe and clean.
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First let me say RV parks are my least favorite places to stay, thus 4 stars. But when a heatwave comes through I need hookups for AC. I stayed 2 nights. Very clean grounds. Several shade trees. Lots of little kids. Wi-Fi was great. Could work and stream TV. Facilities (bathrooms and showers) were…
This is a great RV resort for extended stay or overnight if traveling through. Lots of pull through sites for long RVs which are OK here. In the summer, there is a strong coastal influence so it stays cool here! Amenities include a pool, very clean bathrooms and showers and a small store.
The park is a on beautiful forested hilltop. Some areas are redwood, other parts mixed with other kinds of trees. This is the only place I’ve seen the redwood trees harvest the fog and make their own rain, which is pretty cool. In the morning it’s raining under the redwood trees but not under the…
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Campground is military/DOD/veterans only. Great location near Monterey. Full hookup and fully paved. Restrooms were fairly clean. Great for a stopover or if you’re visiting Monterey.
Great for kids and very clean. Sites are close together but the terrace makes for a little space from each tent site. Very close to Carmel makes a morning walk on the beach and back in the pool by lunch very manageable.
We happened upon this RV Park as a drop in when our other park was not available. What a pleasant surprise! We’ll be making this our go to spot when traveling through the Gilroy area from now on.
For starters, the staff is wonderful. So friendly. Just an FYI, if they have open spots after the…
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THE WORST. My husband and I were excited about this RV site at first because of it’s beautiful location, ease of booking, and that it offers restrooms and showers which were necessary given our camper does not have either. However, when we arrived they told us they only have one functioning…
The RV spots are part of a parking lot that is used for the walk-in campsites, so it’s busy. All 34 tent sites are walk-in and uphill, so keep that in mind. Also, they only allow charcoal cooking fires. The picnic tables were nice and made out of concrete, so there wasn’t much vandalism. The…
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We are beginning our search for a place to camp using a tent and driving in with car. We are looking for running water and bathroom use. This place so far is right. Will be continued....
I had my doubts trying this campground out. Right next to a race track? No potable water? But it turns out my doubts were unfounded. My daughter and I had a great time here! A short list of things we liked and things we didn't.
- Beautiful views! Not every site has them, but most…
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Called ahead. No answer. Arrived late. Pulled in to a spot. A few minutes later a police type SUV rushed up to me, lights flashing and bright headlights in my eyes. A very nervous acting, hostile officer shouted "put both hands on the wheel". She asked if I had a res and I tried to explain there…