Theo A.

San Francisco, CA

Joined November 2019


Great location, good spots

This is a great location halfway between northern and southern California along I5. Clean and not too busy so we were nicely spaced out.

It being in the middle of nowhere, there is nothing to walk or bike to, but the town is about 10 miles inland.

Extremely disappointed

I would not want the KOA name attached to the Acton LA campground. It looks like the current owners bought a campground on the way down for cheap and gave up on it completely. 

It's a mess, not maintained, trash in spots, a garbage dump called secured area, no wifi, the owner who does not wear a mask in the office when helping clients. Etc.


This is one of the better campgrounds. An amazing location, spacious spots, water and electric, all for a reasonable price.

What a view!

One of the best KOA's

Great spots, all with a seating area. Fruit trees at our spot. As it is winter now in most states, people tend to stay throughout the winter. Come in the summer and they'll have covered spots.

We'll definitely will be back next winter.

Incredibly busy

This place is extremely busy with lots of people, loud music, narrow spots, old hookups. Good for kids, not for couples.

Great location, very nice setting

Close to Truckee, a very nice looking rv park, plenty of nice size spots surrounded by trees. Quiet and well maintained.

This is the one to stay at when visiting Tahoe-Donner.

Nice resort, well maintained

Very well maintained campground. The spots are groomed and clean when you come in. Great Long Beach location, a nice bike ride along the beach to Naples and the Queen Mary. Highly recommended.

Great campground close to beach

Sycamore campground in Mugu State Park is a great campground close to the beach with large spots to park your trailer and car.

The only downside is that there are no hookups so this is boondocking at its best.

No respect during covid

Very unfortunate, a nice clean campground close to Pinnacles National Park but a lack of respect from the office. No one is wearing masks, enter at your own risk.

Great location, very nice setting

Close to Truckee, a very nice looking rv park, plenty of nice size spots surrounded by trees. Quiet and well maintained.

This is the one to stay at when visiting Tahoe-Donner.

Right off the freeway

Located next to highway 80. Easy location when traveling between California and Utah. Not sure where the lake is but a good place for a one nighter.

Great location, WiFi suspect

Great location when visiting Salt Lake City. Very large campground but well maintained. WiFi keeps on throwing us out or is slow.

Only 45 minutes to Park City which is a must when you are in the area. Take a slower route via Solitude back, just beautiful.

So close to Bryce Canyon

Ruby's is quite an industry. I think they own the whole town right before the gate to Bryce Canyon. Large spots, shade and clean on their regular campground. We stayed in their overflows behind Best Western. Also large spots. Good mobile phone access, spotty WiFi though.

Great location, well maintained

Not too far from Zion (20 mins) is this campground in Hurricane. It's a nice and well maintained campground. Decent WiFi and cell phone service. A variety of spots, long, wide, de lux, etc.

Dusty but so close to Great Basin National Park

The spots are large enough, lot of dust as there is no grass, just gravel. The highlight is that it is located across from the entrance to Great Basin National Park. What a location!

Probably depending on where your spot is but there may not be any WiFi. Cell phone service for us worked well though.

Great location close to the river

It's about a 15 minute drive to Truckee but the spots are pretty good with either 30 or 50 amp. There's is a great 'Legacy' bike path that goes all the way to town and Donner lake. We'd come back.

First to Review
Tight but reasonably priced

This is a church rv parking lot with full hookups. There are 18 slots. Tight spots but only $25 for full service. Cute little town down the block.

Best location but very tight spots

Want to be close to Pismo Beach downtown, the pier and the beach? This is the place for you! The spots however are very tight and short, although there are some that are somewhat wider so you can pull in next to your travel trailer.

Great location, well maintained

This KOA is located in a great location, not too far from the redwoods, not too far from Eureka, not too far from the coast. There's a bunch of guys running around every day to maintain the grounds. Decent spaces, especially if you can get the front row with a view to the golf course. Crappy WiFi though.

Lucky to get the best spot

It's not much to look at when you drive up on highway 1 but behind that facade is a great Campground. There are different sections and the upper loop is definitely the best. Book spot #10 which is the largest and has a good view.

Other spots on the outside of the upper loop are good too. WiFi is spotty but a good cable TV makes up for that.