This KOA is nestled in the hills of Santa Paula. The KOA is consistent with its name, meaning the kids amenities are all there, trampoline pillow, nice walking trails, walking labyrinth, and of course the adventure course and zip lines which are great activities for all ages. This place also has teepee tents to stay in and wagon coaches with beds to also rent and stay in. Recommend those two things in the summer months. The pool is a nice size too, plenty of room. We went during January and there was also a rushing River that you can get to by a 30yard hike, great for a dip or letting the dogs play. The only downside is that you pay KOA rates and most of there sites are only water and power. They have about 10 sites that have sewer hookups too, and for all the others they have a dump station when you leave. Some trees may be low, be aware pulling through and parking in sites. There are peacocks that roam the campsites freely, they are loud and not scared. Overall we had fun and good weather.