I think people give this campground such negative reviews for no reason to be honest. The road in is a little windy, but it's easy to get here. The staff were all very friendly during our week stay. Just note that they are going through a lot of updates, which is a good thing for the future!
All of sections A, B, & C were packed when we arrived. Any open spaces had a red power box indicating there was no power in that spot... There were quite a few of those. If you need cell signal you can ignore these sections anyway. Move on to Section N. Full 30 Amp hookups, great cell service ( T-Mobile & Verizon ), and a great sunset view! Skip Section K... that whole section was currently closed. Sounds like they're upgrading to 50 Amp but lost permits due to COVID and have to reapply? Check with the office on any outages for Section N though. They did have to turn off the water for one day and sewer for about 4 as they are doing sewer upgrades there. My only gripe about this section is I think there is either a dog breeder or humane society to the east. Sometimes all of the dogs just go crazy! There is a train too, but we couldn't really hear it from Section N.
The facilities and pool all looked pretty clean and nice. The grounds are taken care of and there is a lot of new landscaping on the west side of the campground. This place is absolutely huge by the way. It just keeps on going when we walked the dog towards the west side. There's a huge family pool over here but it was closed for the season. You could easily have a quiet family picnic past there because we didn't see a soul.
I feel Soledad is closer to and deserves a 4-star. They ARE really working hard on upgrades and take very good care of the place! Kudos to their hard work!
Vehicle Type: 38' 5th Wheel Stay: 1 Week Site: N-210