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It’s best in the spring and fall. It’s nice and quiet and the spots are not too close to each other. Staff is nice and grounds are clean.
It was a great time! Stayed at site 7, well separated from everyone else. Room to set up two average sized tents. Rock ground, not very soft. Very hot outside, cooled down at night enough to make sleeping comfortable. Drove up to the peak at 7am before it opened to the public and we had the whole…
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This place is magical. We rode our bikes around the vineyards and enjoyed every single moment. Would come back next time for sure.
This park is close to downtown Napa and the wineries but feels like it’s out further. It has nice hiking with beautiful views of the vineyards and the city of Napa. The park itself, however, could use a little TLC. ￼ The restrooms and showers are clean and well-maintained but there are only four…
Way huge depths of camp ground area... Water is nice excluding the dirty appearance it was fun taking the boat out there
Well maintained campgrounds, level and plenty of space for our 35 ft trailer and truck. Close to the water and trails. Overall very nice and will definitely return.
I was worried about our pop up camper not being able to fit in the “tent only sites”, but it ended up being perfect.
The sun shade provided in the tent sites came in handy when we had a short moment of rain. It was also much appreciated during the sunny weather.
Beautiful view of the river but…
My boyfriend and I got a new-to-us pop-up camper and chose Beals Point as our first campsite to test everything out.
We were in site #66 and it was a great walking distance to the restrooms and showers. The restrooms were extremely clean and always well stocked with toilet paper.
There are two sites at Beal’s Point, the hook up campsite and the tent campsite. We went to the tent campsite and was surprised how many RVs were parked in the tent campsite. We didn’t mind until they used their generators. I wasn’t sure if the camp host saw/heard them but it was on for quite a…
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Went to Riverview Campground in April 2021. The campground was clean as usual. During the pandemic, they closed every other site, therefore, it felt safer and not over crowded. We had a great time and enjoyed the view especially the sunset. This campground has a shower with hot water. Lots of trees…
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Been to South shore a few times. It’s family friendly and very relaxing. Easy access to the lake. Campground is well maintained. Bathrooms are always clean and with hot water. No shower at this site. But there’s one close by at the Riverview, walking distance. Oaks Campground is alcohol free site.…
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This was my first solo camping experience. I stayed overnight with the intention of simply testing out my gear. The reservoir is currently nearly dry, so the "beach" is just a field. Luckily, I was only there for the site and the hiking. The Camp Hosts were lovely and accommodating; they came…
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Nice size spots. Very rowdy people. Lots of drinking with yelling until 2am. Lots of poison oak as well. Would be better if they enforced quiet time.
I come here with my family every year around 4th of July. I would book way ahead for busy holidays like that.
The water level really varies on the year. Sometimes the water is right up to the edge of the campsites and other years it's about a half-mile walk. Either way it's possible to get…