Sherrie R.

Signal Hill, CA

Joined October 2020

Great staff and location. Many rental options.

Many options to stay! Rv, bring your own tent, yurts, safari tents,, cabins. RV spaces have many different location styles, secluded, views, groups etc.

Large clean pool with a shallow lounging section. Playground. Bathrooms/showers were freshly renovated and clean. Laundry on site. Clubhouse and small provisions.

Easy access to Bass Lake and Yosemite entrance as well as local Town food and markets.

Nothing like the pics. No green grass in sight.

Sadly, the park was dry and desolate. It is evident that the owners are scraping by to either keep this park open or just too cheap to water the grass. There is no green grass in sight, except at the office. Therefore you will be camping on gravel surrounded by dirt. Extremely unlevel sites. You will need to use every leveling block you own. Come prepared, you will not find toilet paper, paper hand towels or hand soap if you visit the restrooms!

Their website lists the Sequoia Shuttle picks up on site from Mat to September. At check in you will notice a sign in front of the registration office indicating "Shuttle stops here!" However, no Shuttle is running and we were quite surprised. (Yosemite Shuttles are all in service so Sequoia Shuttles were expected especially with the website marketing and signage onsite)

Sleep to the sound of the waves

Beautiful coastal beach location. Dolphins played off shore each morning. The beach sand 2as very clean and not littered. On the sand rv camping with water and electricity. No sewer hook ups! But a pumper truck comes through every morning and you can get your tanks emptied for $20. Awesome west facing view for beautiful sunsets. 5 mile bike ride to the Hotel Del Coronado.

Full Service resort with close walking or biking distance activities

The resort offers RV camping, cottages Airtream rentals, canned ham rentals and safari tent glamping. Endless amenities include soccer field, basketball court, bocce ball, pool/spa, playground, store, restaurant, LP refills, self service ice machine, firepit rentals, covered bike parking. Impeccably clean and well maintained. The site staff is very friendly, helpful and quietly accomplishes their tasks with hardly any disturbances to campers. Much appreciated. Was pleased to see roaving security regularly.

Great winter destination.

Very spacious resort in the center of a gorgeous 9 hole golf course/driving range. Check-in packet was prepared & ready along w/an escort to our space, which has level concrete parking and picnic pad with table. 50/30/110, water, sewer, wifi and cable included. Catch and release fishing pond, pool, hot mineral spas, tennis, lawn bowling, big and little dog parks. The stargazing is amazing! Very clean and well maintained. Quiet respectful guests. Great area to bike. You can drive to the sculptures, Salton Sea, downtown Borrego and Julian.. you Will be driving through curvy mountain ranges to get to this destination. Stayed 1/4-8/2021

Poorly managed staff and unruly guests

I booked our first trip in our new rv to Emerald Cove for 4th of July. We were sent to the very last space far left at the edge of the campground. The furthest away from bathrooms, showers, store, snack bar, pool, beach, everything! The beachfront spaces were all occupied. But so was the walkways to the water! The spaces reserved as access for all campers to get to the water were filled with cars, tents, people, even though these were clearly marked as walk ways and no parking or any other was allowed. We couldn't even get to the water! Staff did not enforce fair access. Worse, the next camper close to us had a 4 seat razor. Since there was a few spaces between us that were vacant they decided to use the area as a raceway and drove their off road razor vehicle whipping around our camp kicking up dust, dirt and rocks that even flew into us hitting us. I first approached the other campers and asked them nicely to stop driving their OFV wicked fast around us that we were being struck by rocks. They didn't stop. I reached out to the staff who did nothing. We were so unsafe with the vehicle driving around us doing broadies, that we packed up and left within the first 24 hours. We had a 4 day reservation. I phoned the office to let them we had just left and why…they couldn't care less. We will never return here.

Under construction

I have logged more than 30 trips to this campground since the 80s. Sadly, my last visit September 2020 I discovered that the store, boutique, arcade, restaurant, dock and gas station were gone! Bulldozed. There was no warning or notification when making reservations. There was no.access to convenient purchases or fuel. The campground now caters more to rvs than tents but tents are still allowed. There are bathrooms with showers at no charge. But not as clean as they used to be. Please be cautious of the water levels if you are not experienced with this section of the Colorado River in Parker. The dam limits water flow overnight and the river drops. It rises during the day and is extra high in late afternoon evening time. People often lose watercraft, boats and beach gear because they.are not aware.

Favorite camping of 2020

Rancho Sedona Rv Park is right on the creek. Incredible sycamore trees tower overhead and create shade and natural cooling. The park is impeccably maintained. Staff dust underneath and around picnic tables to clear cobwebs even. The cicadas will either win you over and mesmerize you or you will hate them. The park is also a natural habitat to crane who nest high in the sycamore. Easy walking to town is really enjoyable. The park offers an adult only section and is quiet dog friendly. Nice restrooms, showers and laundry are available. Spaces are gravel to park on and include a concrete picnic pad with table. Most have grass as well or grass nearby. Dog yard is well taken care of. We will be back next year at least twice!

A world away!

Beautiful full hook up sites. We arrived after dark and didn't know what to expect. Set up and dozed off. In the morning we discovered a quiet peaceful campground surrounded by forestry. Moose gently walked through mornings and afternoons. See the vid of mama Moose calling her baby so it doesn't get lost An asphalt bike and walking trail at the edge of camp leads directly to the south rim visitors center after a 15 minute stroll. Grocery store with camp goods, souvenirs, deli, post office and coffee are also only a stroll away. They are only out of sight and there is no noise. Bathrooms available but no showers. Picnic table and grill included. Asphalt driveways and level parking. Can't wait to return!

A true RESORT. It has Everything.

My second stay here, 1st week of November 2020. Beautiful wildlife, sunsets, sculptures, beach, marina, bike paths. The staff is well organized, prepared and professional. Check in is quick and easy. Note 30amp IS available. Spaces are concrete, level and have privacy hedges.

Large full service site with lots of space on the bank of the Santa Paula creek.

Checked in the day after Thanksgiving without reservations. Staff was kind, helpful and available. Stayed in space #2. Right at the entrance. Sewer, water, 30&50amp, picnic table and fire ring included. House bathrooms available. And alot of family activity amenities. However all amenities were closed unbeknownst to us until after set up.