We’ve stayed in this resort for several years, and every year we hear more and more stories about the theft that runs rampant throughout the park. Bikes, furniture, grills, propane tanks, even golf carts get stolen on a regular basis—even when...
Great location right near the National Park. We didn't feel particularly welcome at check-in. We didn’t use the showers, but a neighbor did and said they were, “Not as bad as some I’ve seen.” Laundry was okay. We would have loved to sit outside...
This is essentially a wide open, grassy park, lots of long-term RVers. Everyone was super-friendly and helpful. Spaces are mostly level, a fair amount of space between, but absolutely no visual privacy. There were few people there, it's early in...
The website says $15/night. Don't be fooled: there's a "utility" fee, and you also have to pay the day use fee on top of camping. 2 days = $60.
It's a lovely spot, though, and there's nowhere else on this lonely highway.
While others have given the sites at this campground 5 stars, I’m afraid we have to downgrade it to 4; though the location is top-notch.
* It’s very clean, the rangers are super-friendly and very knowledgeable.
* Hiking trails are...
Sites are asphalt, mostly level though some need more adjusting, side-to-side, than others. Some sites are full hookups (including sewer), others electric & water, and some non-hookup sites. They also have camping cabins, and open (non-specific)...
This is our 2nd time here, and we won't go anywhere else in the area. The park is beautifully landscaped, with great amenities (clean laundry & restrooms, great pool & spa, sizable dog parks, game room, events room, golf, pickle ball). Short-term...
Price reflects the senior pass discount. This is a very small campground that seems to fill quickly, though most people appear to only stay one night. As mentioned in the previous review, the spaces are ridiculously off-level, but a little work...
This review is for the Sam Stowe Campground, which is for RVs (full hookups). The small campground is nestled at the base of cliffs that are adorned with petroglyphs—there were several we could easily see from our seats by our campfire. One site...
The Old Spanish Trail turns off of Highway 160, about midway between Monte Vista and Del Norte. You can use the GPS coordinates, or make it easy: There's a sign for "Old Spanish Trail," and a parking lot where you can unhitch and scout out the...
"Great mineral water; shame about the stealing"
"Super-nice hosts, very clean, but a little old"
"Beautiful, but hidden fees"
"Good without being great"
"Great campground, 5 stars if it had cell service"
"Well kept, great amenities, excellent staff"
"A little slice of magic – except for dogs"
"Hospitality and dog-friendliness with full hookups"
"Quiet, away from crowds, excellent cell service"
"Great people, great retro trailers, views for days."
"Brand spankin' new, dog heaven"
"Good for overnight, pleasant surprise"
"Spacious, but busy and little privacy"
"Lovely little lakeside gem"
"Beautiful sites, lots to do"
"Beautifully maintained beachside resort"
"Trailer park in the true sense of the term"
"Pretty sites, but could use some updating"
"Quiet little forest oasis"
"Peaceful, well-kept, very relaxing."
"Just a parking lot, but friendly and a good location"
"No privacy, but the views are spectacular"
"Clean, private, well-run campground, watch out for wildlife"
"Nice & clean, but charge for WiFi and rules, rules, rules"
"Good for stocking up, great for dogs"
"It's boondocking, with a big price"
"Well-kept resort, lots of rules"
"Good location for exploring SLO and Morro Bay"
"If you read this, we'll have to kill you."
"Great location, well-kept park, though pricey"
"Friendly & clean, but no privacy"
"This place has seen better days"
"Strangely empty, but good for a stopover"
"Good for people, bad for dogs"
"Lots of privacy, small sites"
"Great place to stock up before 10 days' boondocking"
"Don't judge a book by its cover"