Camping amongst the trees is special. Walking around the site gives you some great views. The RV sites provide full hook-ups which is very convenient. I think the electric is only 20 amp though, and we found we would keep tripping the breaker when...
The campsite is fine. I filled up my trailer tank with water on the way in, so we didn't use the toilet block so can't comment on that. Site 140RV had a good amount of privacy, if that is what you are looking for. Personally I prefer views. Site...
I woke up early on the first day you could book sites online and managed to grab Site 109 - which I think is the best site in the campground. This site is fantastic. You basically have your own beach. The only downside is that the concrete pad is...
Loop A was closed when we visited in August 2019, which meant Loop B was full. We managed to find the only remaining spot at around 3:30pm on a Wednesday. My assumption is that now with Loop A open, this wouldn't be an issue, and you'd be able to...
We stayed here in August. We were at site 26, but almost all sites along the river have similar (and amazing) views.
The temperatures were comfortable during the day, but in the evenings there were very strong winds, and eventually it got pretty...
One of the few locations with availability during summer 2018.
Site 101 was a tight squeeze, even for my relatively small setup (21ft trailer).
The view from our campsite was nice, but quite cramped.
There wasn't really any food to buy on...
You'll need to pay for use of the dump station at the administration building located at Gate B at 344 Tully Rd, San Jose, CA 95111 if you'll be paying in cash. Otherwise, you should be able to call 408-580-6549 or 408-680-1274 when at the dump...
Dump station is nicely setup and free to use. Only issue was that water hose did not have a screw end on it, so it made connecting to my black tank rinse out difficult.
We were heading for site 21, so after entering the campground area, we turned left at the 2nd stop sign and we saw just after the toilet block on the right was a water faucet. There was enough room to pull over and fill-up my trailers fresh water...
It cost $10 to use the dump station. It's quite poorly designed though. The dump nozzle is higher than other parts surrounding it, meaning you need to put in quite a bit of effort to get a good flush.
"Beautiful location but too hilly for kids to ride bikes"
"Campsite OK, Beach is out of this world"
"A truly amazing experience."
"Nice views, but not sure we'll return."
"Possible the most beautiful campsite we've visited (mountains & stars were incredible)"
"A convenient location for us, with some fun rivers nearby for swimming"
"Expensive and complicated to use, but the only dump station I've found in San Jose. "
"Quick and easy dump station on your way out of Coyote Lake"
"My kids love playing in the River, but no RV hook-ups"
"$10 for a poorly designed dump station"
"Very family friendly, well maintained, and lots of wildlife. "
"Trailers not recommended (according to their website)"