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Park is well maintained easy access to sites several cool places to eat close by
Cozy clean campsites easy to navigate. Valley view point was pretty nice will make a good painting spot next time. Bathrooms were clean but didn’t use the showers, assumed they worked just as well. Archery ranged looked like a great trail I’ll have to bring my bow next time.
They have nice facilities and a heated pool although a hot tub would be nice also. The sites are a little small but very mature trees and they keep it clean. Some of the back in sites for tent trailer are a pain to get into but very nice setup with private dishwashing station and cook space.…
This is a great camp ground for families as well as seniors! We are seniors and stayed recently over a weekend when they have their most activities. We attended a presentation on the wild birds in the area that an employee provided, and then he took us on a hike through Costanoa and over to the…
Amazing view, great temperature, bring heater. Conversions welcome
Nice big campsites, well spaced between neighbors. Very open with trees shading most spots Beautiful birds and tons of turkeys, a few deer too. Very dry while we were here. We didn’t go to the lake as this was just a travel stay for us.
Lots of activities for kids, convenient location for area attractions, pet friendly. Local roads to the KOA were in pretty bad condition.
Sites surrounded by redwoods, friendly helpful staff, close to attractions.
Campground was clean and quiet. There wasn’t too much light at night which made it easy to watch the stars. There’s a paved trail around the lake for an easy walk.
Some bugs, but nothing crazy. And as expected the ground was quite dusty.
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Nice and clean campground. Room for any size rig. The store closed at noon on Saturday and wasn’t open Sunday, so don’t forget anything. Although you are not far from stores (Walmart etc). But the real reason to camp here is the beach. About a 5 min trek through sand and dunes and you’ll find…
Will we just got here but it’s nice so far
Entrance is a little nerve racking on your first visit, but once your at your site you can relax. Bathrooms are a little dated, no cell service but good WiFi if your close to the office.
After the fires in Northern California prevented us from camping in El Dorado County, we made a quick decision to go south a bit to San Luis Reservoir. Basalt Campground was practically empty for the entire weekend we were there. The campsites are spaced apart generously and the sites are huge.…
Close to the Bay Area and probably one of the better options. It can get crowded over the weekends.
Looks like they recently increased the price for campsites, which makes it easier to find/reserve a site. Not sure that this was a good thing, but it is what it is.
I liked the trees, picnic tables, and fire rings at the sites. The sites were spaced nicely to allow for privacy. Frog Flat seemed a bit more secluded than the main camp. There was no water running at the site when I stayed there, but vault toilets were available. There is a nearby shooting range…