Megan C.

Simi Valley, CA

Joined May 2019

Our favorite spot so far!

We LOVED this campground. We were really sad that we didn’t find it until the last day of our trip, because we would have easily stayed here for several days. You are right on the lake, it is calm, quiet, all the spaces are mostly private and you can’t hear much noise around you. The trees give great shade and the fire rings are clean and well maintained. The camp host was AWESOME. He was friendly, informative and very knowledgeable about the area. We had such a great time staying here and definitely will again. There is a boat launching site, RV sites, tent sites, and an upper campground in the trees if you like that better! We absolutely loved it here. There is usually running water and running water restrooms but right now it is shut off- hopefully that starts up soon! There is a vault toilet, picnic benches and nice paved spots to park in.

Fun, cute and clean!

This was a great place to stop for a couple of nights! Our family was on our way around Utah with our camper and stopped here first. The River was BEAUTIFUL, my 8 year old swam in it, it was the perfect temperature to stand in bare feet. The “Social Hall” is adorable, there are games you can play and they have events like movie night, coffee every morning and ice cream hour for the kids. There was a laundry room so we were able to get all of our clothes clean before embarking on our dry camping adventures. Full hook ups, a shade tree and a fire ring made it so convenient to pull up the camper and unload. We loved it! A few tips- if you are going to order food from the grill or ice cream for ice cream hour, you have to go to the front desk to get tickets to pay for your food with when you order at the window. If you go to do laundry, be prompt when your clothes are done! It’s a busy place with 4 washers and 4 dryers, so you have to move your clothes quick. Also- you can’t set up a tent in the RV spots, and they mean it. We had a tent setup to store things in and a friend who was going to set up his tent behind our camper and they asked us to take them down! No big deal, but a good thing to know!