Sites are not too tight. We had a corner lot which was nice. Campground was clean. Had some noisy neighbors and dogs but they were friendly. Close to Groveland proper and Yosemite Valley. Campground Wi-Fi is third party, cheap ($15/wk), but connectivity was inconsistent, we had to keep disconnecting and reconnecting to get any throughput. Trails around campground itself aren't that great, but there are plenty of awesome trailheads around.
Great location just a short drive to the entrance of Yosemite. Great for families aka lots of kids. Clean facilities. Campsites are close to each other but overall it was fine.
Great location, very close the park. The river was beautiful. We weren’t lucky enough to catch anything but our neighbors caught three trout. We happened to be there for Cinco De Mayo and they had a cute party with a food truck (it was yummy) and a piñata for the kids. We had a great week here and Yosemite is epic!!!
It was our first time camping and had no clue what we were doing. Many people around helped us out and access to a variety of trails, lodging, resources around
Hot showers, no burn-ban, and they have yurts! Cell connection is not a thing there.
I recently stayed at Yosemite Lakes Park Campground with a number of colleagues of mine and had an amazing time! Although we spent most of our time in Yosemite Valley, hiking and exploring, the drive into the valley was not too long and quite a pleasant one to say the least. Yosemite Lakes Park Campground is tucked in nicely in the surrounding wilderness and has a very family friendly vibe with plenty of amenities. There may not be a pool but the river has several areas that are great for wading about.
Although there could have been better wifi, like most campgrounds, it's almost a blessing in disguise to unplug and live in the moment.