We stayed for a weekend, it was great, they have probably hundreds of sites so getting sites next to your friends shouldn't be an issue. The kids loved the splash-pad and park area which are open during coronavirus.
We love this campground. It’s local to us but a great place to getaway with family. It’s family friendly, great flat biking for kids, large dirt area used for parking during the Balloon and Wine festival that kids can play on and ride bikes in. Splash pad open during the summer which is great for kids and adults alike. Fishing and boat rentals. Far enough to feel like your away but close enough to grocery stores and towns. Right outside the Temecula Wine Country and Old Town Temecula.
Nice relaxing weekend get away, most of the full hook up spots are next to nice grass areas. I think the bath room and showers could of been placed in better locations for a shorter walk for each campground. The park is well maintained, multiple trails for biking, running or just taking a nice walk. The park is also pet friendly for a small additional fee. The lake is stocked with fish throughout the year, but they require you to buy a riverside county lakes fishing permit for each day if you want to fish. Boat rentals are available blot bring your own boat. Overall not to bad for a close , clean , and easy weekend trip
The campsites need some upgrades as well as the facilities but overall the area was clean and the staff friendly. It was a very good experience for myself and my family
Been going here all my life, most recently for my sisters 36th birthday. Would recommend it to anyone. Went canoeing for the first time will definitely go again next trip. The staff is all very friendly!
This is a great family campground right around the corner from Temecula, Murrietta, and Menifee. It has tent, partial, and full hookup sites along with a camp store, fishing, biking, bathrooms, and day use areas. The lake is beautiful and boating is also an option. The fishing costs an extra fee per day on top of your California State License, so it’s a bit pricy. There are also nice hiking trails near the campground.
The sites are right up next to each other so there's not much privacy. The campground itself was standard. They have options for water and electric or full hookups. The campstore had everything we may need. Had about 2 bars of Verizon service.
I loved this campground but wasn’t a fan of the extra fees. The charge $10 per person per day to fish in their Lake. And you can’t swim or let the kids play in the lake because it’s a reservoir. On the flip side they have a super nice splash pad park that’s no additional cost! There are lots of walking trails. We happened to be there during the poppy super bloom and the butterfly migration so that was also really cool!
Great spot, i had a blast
Nice and relaxing here. It is close to home so it’s a spot we go often. Nice water pad for the kids to play at and playground. Big open grassy area for activities. You can’t swim in the lake only fishing or slow boating. Not much shade at sites and some are pretty tight. Overall it’s a nice place.